Fondare 16 Risultati per: Virgins

  • I have two daughters who are still virgins; let me bring them out to you; you may do with them as you please, but don't do anything to these men, for they have come to shelter under my roof." (Genesis 19, 8)

  • So they did. They found four hundred young virgins among the inhabitants of Yabesh in Gilead (who had not had any relations with man), and they brought them to the camp at Shiloh in the land of Canaan. (Judges 21, 12)

  • Let him appoint commissioners throughout the provinces of his realm to bring all the beautiful young virgins to the harem in Susa. Let them be put under the care of the royal eunuch Hegai, custodian of women, and let them be given ointments for beauty treatment. (Esther 2, 3)

  • The king liked Esther more than any of the other women. Having won his favor and approval more than any of the other virgins, she received the royal crown and was made queen in place of Vashti. (Esther 2, 17)

  • When the virgins were assembled a second time, Mordecai was sitting at the king's gate. (Esther 2, 19)

  • She is led in royal attire to the king, following behind is her train of virgins. (Psalms 45, 15)

  • Young and old perished; men, women and children were massacred, and infants and virgins were put to the sword. (2 Maccabees 5, 13)

  • Sixty queens, eighty concubines, virgins beyond number - (Song of Solomon 6, 8)

  • but my dove, my perfect one, is unique, the only daughter and favorite of her mother. She was called blessed by the virgins and praised by queens and concubines: (Song of Solomon 6, 9)

  • All roads to Zion are in mourning; no one comes to her feasts. Her gates are deserted, her priests groan, her virgins grieve. What bitter anguish she suffers! (Lamentations 1, 4)

  • In the dust of the streets lie the young and the old, both virgins and young men - all fallen by the sword. You have killed on the day of your fury; you have slaughtered without mercy. (Lamentations 2, 21)

  • Ravished are the wives in Zion, the virgins in the towns of Judah. (Lamentations 5, 11)


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