Talált 25 Eredmények: Oppression

  • and I mean to bring you out of all this oppression in Egypt and take you to the land of the Canaanites, a land flowing with milk and honey.' (Exodus 3, 17)

  • So we called to Yahweh, the God of our fathers, and Yahweh listened to us. He saw our humiliation, our hard labor and the oppression to which we were subjected. (Deuteronomy 26, 7)

  • for you shall bear a son who shall be a Nazirite of Yahweh from the womb of his mother. Never shall his hair be cut for he is consecrated to Yahweh. He shall begin the liberation of the Israelites from the Philistine oppression." (Judges 13, 5)

  • But Jehoahaz prayed to Yahweh, and Yahweh listened to him for he had seen the oppression of Israel, how the king of Aram oppressed them. (2 Kings 13, 4)

  • And Yahweh gave Israel a liberator who would free them from the oppression of Aram, so the Israelites could live peacefully in their homes as before. (2 Kings 13, 5)

  • You handed them over to their enemies who oppressed them. In their oppression they cried to you, and you listened to them from heaven, so by your immense kindness, you sent them saviors who freed them from their oppressors. (Nehemiah 9, 27)

  • He rescues them from oppression and strife, for their life is precious to him. (Psalms 72, 14)

  • Brought by the enemy into subjection, they suffered the agony of oppression. (Psalms 106, 42)

  • But then they dwindled and were humbled through oppression, sorrow and distress. (Psalms 107, 39)

  • Rescue me from human oppression, and help me keep your precepts. (Psalms 119, 134)

  • All those who wanted to escape from oppression joined them, and in this way they grew strong. (1 Maccabees 2, 43)

  • Since the Greeks treated the Israelites as slaves, Judas hoped to liberate them from oppression in this way. (1 Maccabees 8, 18)

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