Löydetty 604 Tulokset: bring

  • Then they sent someone to bring the long tunic to their father, with the message: "We found this. See whether it is your son's tunic or not." (Genesis 37, 32)

  • About three months later, Judah was told that his daughter-in-law Tamar had played the harlot and was then with child from her harlotry. "Bring her out," cried Judah; "she shall be burned." (Genesis 38, 24)

  • That Pharaoh had the same dream twice means that the matter has been reaffirmed by God and that God will soon bring it about. (Genesis 41, 32)

  • Then Reuben told his father: "Put him in my care, and I will bring him back to you. You may kill my own two sons if I do not return him to you." (Genesis 42, 37)

  • Israel demanded, "Why did you bring this trouble on me by telling the man that you had another brother?" (Genesis 43, 6)

  • They answered: "The man kept asking about ourselves and our family: 'Is your father still living? Do you have another brother?' We had to answer his questions. How could we know that he would say, 'Bring your brother down here'?" (Genesis 43, 7)

  • I myself will stand surety for him. You can hold me responsible for him. If I fail to bring him back, to set him in your presence, you can hold it against me forever. (Genesis 43, 9)

  • Then you told your servants, 'Bring him down to me that my eyes may look on him.' (Genesis 44, 21)

  • Besides, I, your servant, got the boy from his father by going surety for him, saying, 'If I fail to bring him back to you, father, you can hold it against me forever.' (Genesis 44, 32)

  • Tell my father all about my high position in Egypt and what you have seen. But hurry and bring my father down here." (Genesis 45, 13)

  • Not only will I go down to Egypt with you; I will also bring you back here, after Joseph has closed your eyes." (Genesis 46, 4)

  • "They are my sons," Joseph answered his father, "whom God has given me here." "Bring them to me," said his father, "that I may bless them." (Genesis 48, 9)


“Nas tribulações é necessário ter fé em Deus.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina