Trouvé 160 Résultats pour: Born

  • A son, Irad, was born to Enoch. Irad became father of Mehujael, and Mehujael of Methuael, and Methuael of Lamech. (Genesis 4, 18)

  • To Seth also a son was born and he called him Enosh. At that time people began to call on the name of Yahweh. (Genesis 4, 26)

  • Adam was a hundred and thirty years old when he became father of a son born in his own likeness, in his own image; and he named him Seth. (Genesis 5, 3)

  • When people began to increase on the earth and daughters were born to them, (Genesis 6, 1)

  • These are the descendants of Noah's sons. Shem, Ham and Japheth; these are their sons who were born after the flood. (Genesis 10, 1)

  • There were also children born to Shem, the ancestor of all the sons of Eber, who are the Hebrews, and the elder brother of Japheth. (Genesis 10, 21)

  • To Eber were born two sons: the first was called Peleg, because it was in his time that the earth was divided; and his brother was called Joktan. (Genesis 10, 25)

  • As soon as Abram heard that his brother had been taken away captive, he assembled and led forth his trained men born in his house, three hundred and eighteen men and set off in pursuit as far as Dan. (Genesis 14, 14)

  • Then the word of Yahweh was spoken to him again, "Eliezer will not be your heir, but a child born of you (your own flesh and blood) will be your heir." (Genesis 15, 4)

  • those born in your household or bought from a foreigner to be slaves. Whether born in your household or bought to be slaves, they must be circumcised. So my covenant will be written in your flesh as an everlasting covenant. (Genesis 17, 13)

  • Then Abraham fell face down, and he laughed and said to himself, "Will a son be born to a man a hundred years old? And can Sarah who is ninety have a child?" (Genesis 17, 17)

  • Abraham then took Ishmael, his son, as well as all those born in his house and all those he had bought to be slaves, all the males in the household of Abraham, and circumcised their foreskins that same day as God had told him. (Genesis 17, 23)


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