Talált 70 Eredmények: dwelt

  • She shall never be inhabited, nor dwelt in, from age to age; The Arab shall not pitch his tent there, nor shepherds couch their flocks. (Isaiah 13, 20)

  • Had you walked in the way of God, you would have dwelt in enduring peace. (Baruch 3, 13)

  • Later generations have seen the light, have dwelt in the land, But the way to understanding they have not known, (Baruch 3, 20)

  • Then they shall utter a lament over you: How have you perished, gone from the seas, city most prized! Once she was mighty on the sea, she and her dwellers, Who spread terror into all that dwelt by the sea. (Ezekiel 26, 17)

  • In its boughs nested all the birds of the air, under its branches all beasts of the field gave birth, in its shade dwelt numerous peoples of every race. (Ezekiel 31, 6)

  • They too have come down with him to the nether world, to those slain by the sword; those who dwelt in his shade are dispersed among the nations. (Ezekiel 31, 17)

  • which had beautiful foliage and abundant fruit, providing food for all, under which the wild beasts lived, and in whose branches the birds of the air dwelt-- (Daniel 4, 18)

  • Is this the exultant city that dwelt secure; That told herself, "There is no other than I!" How has she become a waste, a lair for wild beasts? Whoever passes by her hisses, and shakes his fist! (Zephaniah 2, 15)

  • He went and dwelt in a town called Nazareth, so that what had been spoken through the prophets might be fulfilled, "He shall be called a Nazorean." (Matthew 2, 23)

  • It is like a mustard seed that a person took and planted in the garden. When it was fully grown, it became a large bush and 'the birds of the sky dwelt in its branches.'" (Luke 13, 19)

“Resigna-te a ser neste momento uma pequena abelha. E enquanto esperas ser uma grande abelha, ágil, hábil, capaz de fabricar bom mel, humilha-te com muito amor perante Deus e os homens, pois Deus fala aos que se mantêm diante dele humildemente”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina