Talált 1603 Eredmények: house

  • and this stone, which I have set up as a monument, will be called ‘the House of God.’ And from all the things that you will give to me, I will offer tithes to you.” (Genesis 28, 22)

  • And when he had heard that Jacob, his sister’s son, had arrived, he ran to meet him. And embracing him, and kissing him heartily, he brought him into his house. But when he had heard the reasons for his journey, (Genesis 29, 13)

  • You had little before I came to you, and now you have achieved riches. And the Lord has blessed you since my arrival. It is just, therefore, that at sometime I also should provide for my own house.” (Genesis 30, 30)

  • And Rachel and Leah responded: “Have we anything left behind among the resources and inheritance of our father’s house? (Genesis 31, 14)

  • It may be that you desired to go to your own, and that you longed for the house of your father. But why have you stolen my gods?” (Genesis 31, 30)

  • and searched all the items of my house? What have you found from all the substance of your house? Place it here before my brothers, and your brothers, and let them judge between me and you. (Genesis 31, 37)

  • And in this way, for twenty years, I have served you in your house: fourteen for your daughters, and six for your flocks. You have also changed my wages ten times. (Genesis 31, 41)

  • And Jacob went to Succoth, where, having built a house and pitched tents, he called the name of that place Succoth, that is, ‘Tents.’ (Genesis 33, 17)

  • Neither did the young man cause any delay; in fact he immediately fulfilled what was requested. For he loved the girl very much, and he was well-known throughout his father’s house. (Genesis 34, 19)

  • They killed Hamor and Shechem together, taking their sister Dinah from the house of Shechem. (Genesis 34, 26)

  • When they had boldly completed these acts, Jacob said to Simeon and Levi: “You have troubled me, and you have made me hateful to the Canaanites and the Perizzites, the inhabitants of this land. We are few. They, gathering themselves together, may strike me down, and then both I and my house will be wiped away.” (Genesis 34, 30)

  • In truth, Jacob, having called together all his house, said: “Cast away the foreign gods that are in your midst and be cleansed, and also change your garments. (Genesis 35, 2)


“A prática das bem-aventuranças não requer atos de heroísmo, mas a aceitação simples e humilde das várias provações pelas quais a pessoa passa.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina