Trouvé 334 Résultats pour: night

  • And Gideon, and the three hundred men who were with him, entered a portion of the camp, at the beginning of the watch in the middle of the night. And when the guards were alerted, they began to sound the trumpets and to clap the pitchers against one another. (Judges 7, 19)

  • And so, rise up in the night, with the people who are with you, and lie hidden in the field. (Judges 9, 32)

  • And so Abimelech rose up, with all his army, by night, and he set ambushes near Shechem in four places. (Judges 9, 34)

  • And when the Philistines had heard of this, and it had become well known among them, that Samson had entered the city, they surrounded him, placing guards at the gate of the city. And there they were keeping watch all night in silence, so that, in the morning, they might kill him as he was going out. (Judges 16, 2)

  • But Samson slept until the middle of the night, and rising up from there, he took both doors from the gate, with their posts and bars. And laying them upon his shoulders, he carried them to the top of the hill that looks toward Hebron. (Judges 16, 3)

  • But on the fourth day, arising in the night, he intended to set out. But his father-in-law took hold of him, and he said to him, “First taste a little bread, and strengthen your stomach, and then you shall set out.” (Judges 19, 5)

  • And now they were near Jebus, but day was turning into night. And the servant said to his lord, “Come, I beg you, let us turn aside to the city of the Jebusites, so that we may find lodging in it.” (Judges 19, 11)

  • But they were not willing to agree to his words. So the man, discerning this, led out his mate to them, and he delivered her to their sexual abuse. And when they had abused her for the entire night, they released her in the morning. (Judges 19, 25)

  • And behold, the men of that city, at night, surrounded the house in which I was staying, intending to kill me. And they abused my wife with such an incredible fury of lust that in the end she died. (Judges 20, 5)

  • But first they also went up and wept before the Lord, even until night. And they consulted him and said, “Should I continue to go forth, so as to contend against the sons of Benjamin, my brothers, or not?” And he responded to them, “Ascend against them, and undertake the struggle.” (Judges 20, 23)

  • Return, my daughters, go forth. For I am now exhausted by old age, and not fit for the bond of marriage. Even if I were to conceive on this night, and bear sons, (Ruth 1, 12)

  • This Boaz, whose young women you joined in the field, is our near relative, and this night he will winnow the threshing floor of barley. (Ruth 3, 2)

“O bem dura eternamente.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina