Talált 203 Eredmények: living

  • And I will remember my covenant with you, and with every living soul that beareth flesh: and there shall no more be waters of a flood to destroy all flesh. (Genesis 9, 15)

  • And the bow shall be in the clouds, and I shall see it, and shall remember the everlasting covenant, that was made between God and every living soul of all flesh which is upon the earth. (Genesis 9, 16)

  • At the same time Isaac was walking along the way to the well which is called Of the living and the seeing: for he dwelt in the south country. (Genesis 24, 62)

  • And after his death, God blessed Isaac his son, who dwelt by the well named Of the living and seeing. (Genesis 25, 11)

  • And they digged in the torrent, and found living water. (Genesis 26, 19)

  • But they said: We thy servants are twelve brethren, the sons of one man in the land of Chanaan: the youngest is with our father, the other is not living. (Genesis 42, 13)

  • We are twelve brethren born of one father: one is not living, the youngest is with our father in the land of Chanaan. (Genesis 42, 32)

  • Their father Jacob said: You have made me to be without children: Joseph is not living, Simeon is kept in bonds, and Benjamin you will take away: all these evils are fallen upon me. (Genesis 42, 36)

  • But he, courteously saluting them again, asked them, saying: Is the old man your father in health, of whom uou told me? Is he yet living? (Genesis 43, 27)

  • And they answered: Thy servant our father is in health, he is yet living. And bowing themselves they made obeisance to him. (Genesis 43, 28)

  • And he said to his brethren: I am Joseph: is my father yet living? His brethren could no answer him, being struck with exceeding great fear. (Genesis 45, 3)

  • And they told him, saying: Joseph thy son is living: and he is ruler in all the land of Egypt. Which when Jacob heard, he awaked as it were out of a deep sleep, yet did not believe them. (Genesis 45, 26)

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