Trouvé 30 Résultats pour: Rebekah

  • (and Bethuel was the father of Rebekah). These were the eight children Milcah gave Nahor, Abraham's brother. (Genesis 22, 23)

  • He had not finished speaking when out came Rebekah -- who was the daughter of Bethuel son of Milcah, the wife of Abraham's brother Nahor -- with a pitcher on her shoulder. (Genesis 24, 15)

  • Now Rebekah had a brother called Laban, and Laban ran out to the man at the spring. (Genesis 24, 29)

  • As soon as he had seen the ring and the bracelets his sister was wearing, and had heard his sister Rebekah saying, 'This is what the man said to me,' he went to the man and found him still standing by his camels at the spring. (Genesis 24, 30)

  • I was still saying this in my mind when Rebekah came out, her pitcher on her shoulder. She came down to the spring and drew water. I said to her, "Please give me a drink." (Genesis 24, 45)

  • Rebekah is there before you. Take her and go; and let her become the wife of your master's son, as Yahweh has decreed.' (Genesis 24, 51)

  • He brought out silver and gold ornaments and clothes which he gave to Rebekah; he also gave rich presents to her brother and to her mother. (Genesis 24, 53)

  • Rebekah's brother and mother replied, 'Let the girl stay with us for ten days or so; then she can go.' (Genesis 24, 55)

  • They called Rebekah and asked her, 'Will you go with this man?' She replied, 'I will.' (Genesis 24, 58)

  • Accordingly they let their sister Rebekah go, with her nurse, and Abraham's servant and his men. (Genesis 24, 59)

  • They blessed Rebekah and said to her: Sister of ours, from you may there spring thousands and tens of thousands! May your descendants gain possession of the gates of their enemies! (Genesis 24, 60)

  • And forthwith, Rebekah and her maids mounted the camels, and followed the man. The servant took Rebekah and departed. (Genesis 24, 61)

“Meu Deus, perdoa-me. Nunca Te ofereci nada na minha vida e, agora, por este pouco que estou sofrendo, em comparação a tudo o que Tu sofreste na Cruz, eu reclamo injustamente!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina