Talált 29 Eredmények: husbands

  • and all women shall take husbands from their same tribe, so that the inheritance may remain within the families, (Numbers 36, 8)

  • He had thirty sons, and the same number of daughters, whom he sent away to be given to husbands. And he accepted wives for his sons of the same number, bringing them into his house. And he judged Israel for seven years. (Judges 12, 9)

  • May he grant you to find rest in the houses of the husbands, whom you will obtain by lot.” And she kissed them. They lifted up their voice, and began to weep, (Ruth 1, 9)

  • But she answered them, “Return, my daughters. Why come with me? Do I have any more sons in my womb, so that you could hope for husbands from me? (Ruth 1, 11)

  • For she had been given to seven husbands, and a demon named Asmodeus had killed them, as soon as they had approached her. (Tobit 3, 8)

  • Therefore, when she corrected the maid for her fault, she answered her, saying, “May we never see son or daughter from you upon the earth, you murderess of your husbands. (Tobit 3, 9)

  • Would you also kill me, just as you have already killed seven husbands?” At these words, she proceeded to an upper room of her house. And for three days and three nights, she did not eat or drink. (Tobit 3, 10)

  • Then Tobias responded, and he said: “I hear that she has been given to seven husbands, and they passed away. But I have even heard this: that a demon killed them. (Tobit 6, 14)

  • For word about the queen will go out to all the women, so that they will show contempt for their husbands, and they will say, ‘King Artaxerxes ordered that queen Vashti should enter before him, and she would not.’ (Esther 3, 17)

  • And so, by this example all the wives of the leaders of the Persians and the Medes will belittle the authority of their husbands; therefore, the indignation of the king is just. (Esther 3, 18)

  • And let this be published in all the provinces of your empire, (which is very wide,) and let all wives, the greater as much as the lesser, give honor to their husbands.” (Esther 3, 20)

  • and he sent letters to all the provinces of his kingdom, so that every nation was able to hear and to read, in various languages and letters, that husbands are to be the greater rulers in their own houses, and that this should be published to every people. (Esther 3, 22)


“E’ na dor que o amor se torna mais forte.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina