Talált 119 Eredmények: girl

  • Abram's wife Sarai had borne him no child, but she had an Egyptian slave-girl called Hagar. (Genesis 16, 1)

  • So Sarai said to Abram, 'Listen, now! Since Yahweh has kept me from having children, go to my slave-girl. Perhaps I shall get children through her.' And Abram took Sarai's advice. (Genesis 16, 2)

  • Thus, after Abram had lived in the land of Canaan for ten years, Sarai took Hagar her Egyptian slave-girl and gave her to Abram as his wife. (Genesis 16, 3)

  • 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)

  • 'Very well,' Abram said to Sarai, 'your slave-girl is at your disposal. Treat her as you think fit.' Sarai accordingly treated her so badly that she ran away from her. (Genesis 16, 6)

  • He said, 'Hagar, slave-girl of Sarai, where have you come from, and where are you going?' 'I am running away from my mistress Sarai,' she replied. (Genesis 16, 8)

  • 'Drive away that slave-girl and her son,' she said to Abraham, 'this slave-girl's son is not to share the inheritance with my son Isaac.' (Genesis 21, 10)

  • This greatly distressed Abraham, because the slave-girl's child too was his son, (Genesis 21, 11)

  • but God said to him, 'Do not distress yourself on account of the boy and your slave-girl. Do whatever Sarah says, for Isaac is the one through whom your name will be carried on. (Genesis 21, 12)

  • But the slave-girl's son I shall also make into a great nation, for he too is your child.' (Genesis 21, 13)

  • The servant asked him, 'What if the girl does not want to follow me to this country? Should I then take your son back to the country from which you come?' (Genesis 24, 5)

  • If then the girl refuses to follow you, you will be quit of this oath to me. Only do not take my son back there.' (Genesis 24, 8)


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