Trouvé 58 Résultats pour: widow

  • Because of this matter, Judah said to his daughter-in-law Tamar, “Be a widow in your father’s house, until my son Shelah grows up.” For he was afraid, lest he also might die, just as his brothers did. She went away, and she lived in her father’s house. (Genesis 38, 11)

  • You shall not harm a widow or an orphan. (Exodus 22, 22)

  • But a widow, or one who has been repudiated or defiled, or also a mistress, he shall not accept, but only a maiden from among his own people. (Leviticus 21, 14)

  • But if she is a widow or divorced, and, being without children, she returns to her father’s house, she shall be nourished by her father’s foods, just as she was accustomed to do as a girl. No foreigner shall have the authority to eat from them. (Leviticus 22, 13)

  • He accomplishes judgment for the orphan and the widow. He loves the sojourner, and he gives him food as well as clothing. (Deuteronomy 10, 18)

  • And the Levite, who has no other portion or possession with you, and the sojourner as well as the orphan and the widow who are within your gates, shall approach and eat and be satisfied, so that the Lord your God may bless you in all the works of your hands which you shall do.” (Deuteronomy 14, 29)

  • And you shall feast in the sight of the Lord your God: you, your son and your daughter, your man servant and your woman servant, and the Levite who is within your gates, and the new arrival as well as the orphan and the widow, who abide with you, in the place which the Lord your God will choose, so that his name may dwell there. (Deuteronomy 16, 11)

  • And you shall feast at the time of your festival: you, your son and daughter, your man servant and woman servant, likewise the Levite and the new arrival, the orphan and the widow, who are within your gates. (Deuteronomy 16, 14)

  • You shall not pervert the judgment of the new arrival or the orphan, nor shall you take away the widow’s garment as collateral. (Deuteronomy 24, 17)

  • When you have reaped the grain in your field, and, having forgotten, you leave behind a sheaf, you shall not return to take it away. Instead, you shall permit the new arrival, and the orphan, and the widow to take it away, so that the Lord your God may bless you in all the works of your hands. (Deuteronomy 24, 19)

  • If you have gathered the fruit of your olive trees, you shall not return in order to gather whatever may remain on the trees. Instead, you shall leave it behind for the new arrival, the orphan, and the widow. (Deuteronomy 24, 20)

  • If you harvest the vintage of your vineyard, you shall not gather the remaining clusters. Instead, they shall fall to the use of the stranger, the orphan, and the widow. (Deuteronomy 24, 21)

“A oração é a efusão de nosso coração no de Deus.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina