Trouvé 294 Résultats pour: return

  • He also took with him all his livestock and all that he had accumulated (the livestock he had acquired at Paddan-aram) to return to his father Isaac in the land of Canaan. (Genesis 31, 18)

  • Now if you have gone off because you were planning to return to your father's house, why did you steal my gods?" (Genesis 31, 30)

  • And Jacob said, "God of my father Abraham and my father Isaac, Yahweh, who said to me: 'Return to your country, to your father's land, and I will make you prosper,' (Genesis 32, 9)

  • On his return from Paddan-aram, Jacob safely reached Shechem, a town in the land of Canaan, and encamped within sight of the town. (Genesis 33, 18)

  • Now I can't return to my father without the boy, for my father loves him very much. If he sees that the boy is not there, (Genesis 44, 30)

  • for I can't return to my father without the boy. Do not let me see the misery that would be too much for my father." (Genesis 44, 34)

  • Pharaoh told Joseph, "Let your brothers load their beasts, return to the land of Canaan (Genesis 45, 17)

  • Judah, a young lion! You return from the prey, my son! Like a lion he stoops and crouches, and like a lioness, who dares to rouse him? (Genesis 49, 9)

  • It happened that when Pharaoh sent the people away, God did not lead them through the land of the Philistines, although it was nearer, for God thought that the people might lose heart if they were faced with the prospect of a battle and would return to Egypt. (Exodus 13, 17)

  • Then Moses let his father-in-law return to his own country. (Exodus 18, 27)

  • Then Yahweh would speak to Moses face to face, as a man speaks with his neighbor, and then Moses would return to the camp, but his servant Joshua, son of Nun, would not leave the tent. (Exodus 33, 11)

  • but if she is widowed or divorced and, being childless, has had to return to her father's house as when she was young, she may eat her father's food. No lay person may eat it; (Leviticus 22, 13)


“Todas as pessoas que escolhem a melhor parte (viver em Cristo) devem passar pelas dores de Cristo; algumas mais, algumas menos…” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina