Trouvé 46 Résultats pour: Girls

  • Abraham then interceded with God, and God healed Abimelech, his wife and his slave-girls, so that they could have children, (Genesis 20, 17)

  • I shall say to one of the girls, "Please lower your pitcher and let me drink." And if she answers, "Drink, and I shall water your camels too," let her be the one you have decreed for your servant Isaac; by this I shall know you have shown faithful love to my master' (Genesis 24, 14)

  • Laban went into Jacob's tent, and then into Leah's tent and the tent of the two slave-girls, but he found nothing. He came out of Leah's tent and went into Rachel's. (Genesis 31, 33)

  • That same night he got up and, taking his two wives, his two slave-girls and his eleven children, crossed the ford of the Jabbok. (Genesis 32, 23)

  • Looking up, Jacob saw Esau coming and with him four hundred men. He then divided the children between Leah, Rachel and the two slave-girls. (Genesis 33, 1)

  • He put the slave-girls and their children in front, with Leah and her children following, and Rachel and Joseph behind. (Genesis 33, 2)

  • The slave-girls then came up with their children, and they all bowed low. (Genesis 33, 6)

  • Pharaoh then gave all his people this command: 'Throw every new-born boy into the river, but let all the girls live.' (Exodus 1, 22)

  • but spare the lives of the young girls who have never slept with a man, and keep them for yourselves. (Numbers 31, 18)

  • 'Are they not collecting and sharing out the spoil: a girl, two girls for each warrior; a booty of coloured and embroidered stuff for Sisera, one scarf, two embroidered scarves for me!' (Judges 5, 30)

  • Keep watch: when the girls of Shiloh come out in groups to dance, you then come out of the vineyards, each of you seize a wife from the girls of Shiloh and make for Benjaminite territory. (Judges 21, 21)

  • As they were going up the slope to the town they came across some girls going out to draw water, and said to them, 'Is the seer there?' (1 Samuel 9, 11)


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