Talált 124 Eredmények: arms

  • Then Sarai said to Abram, 'This outrage done to me is your fault! It was I who put my slave-girl into your arms but, now she knows that she has conceived, I count for nothing in her eyes. Yahweh judge between me and you!' (Genesis 16, 5)

  • When the camels had finished drinking, the man took a gold ring weighing half a shekel, and put it through her nose, and put two bracelets weighing ten gold shekels on her arms, (Genesis 24, 22)

  • I asked her, "Whose daughter are you?" She replied, "I am the daughter of Bethuel, whom Milcah bore to Nahor." Then I put this ring through her nose and these bracelets on her arms. (Genesis 24, 47)

  • covering his arms and the smooth part of his neck with the skins of the kids. (Genesis 27, 16)

  • Jacob went closer to his father Isaac, who felt him and said, 'The voice is Jacob's voice but the arms are the arms of Esau!' (Genesis 27, 22)

  • He did not recognise him since his arms were hairy like his brother Esau's, and so he blessed him. (Genesis 27, 23)

  • But Esau ran to meet him, took him in his arms, threw himself on his neck and wept as he kissed him. (Genesis 33, 4)

  • Then throwing his arms round the neck of his brother Benjamin he wept; and Benjamin wept on his shoulder. (Genesis 45, 14)

  • Joseph had his chariot made ready and went up to Goshen to meet his father Israel. As soon as he appeared he threw his arms round his neck and for a long time wept on his shoulder. (Genesis 46, 29)

  • But their bows were broken by a mighty One, the sinews of their arms were snapped by the power of the Mighty One of Jacob, by the Name of the Stone of Israel, (Genesis 49, 24)

  • We must take precautions to stop them from increasing any further, or if war should break out, they might join the ranks of our enemies. They might take arms against us and then escape from the country.' (Exodus 1, 10)

  • As long as Moses kept his arms raised, Israel had the advantage; when he let his arms fall, the advantage went to Amalek. (Exodus 17, 11)


“A ingenuidade e’ uma virtude, mas apenas ate certo ponto; ela deve sempre ser acompanhada da prudência. A astúcia e a safadeza, por outro lado, são diabólicas e podem causar muito mal.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina