Znaleziono 23 Wyniki dla: wheels

  • and he so clogged their chariot wheels that they could hardly drive. With that the Egyptians sounded the retreat before Israel, because the LORD was fighting for them against the Egyptians. (Exodus 14, 25)

  • Each stand had four bronze wheels and bronze axles. (1 Kings 7, 30)

  • The four wheels were below the paneling, and the axletrees of the wheels and the stand were of one piece. Each wheel was a cubit and a half high. (1 Kings 7, 32)

  • The wheels were constructed like chariot wheels; their axles, fellies, spokes, and hubs were all cast. The four legs of each stand had cast braces, which were under the basin; they had wreaths on each side. (1 Kings 7, 33)

  • The thunder of your chariot wheels resounded; your lightning lit up the world; the earth trembled and quaked. (Psalms 77, 19)

  • Their arrows are sharp, and all their bows are bent. The hoofs of their horses seem like flint, and their chariot wheels like the hurricane. (Isaiah 5, 28)

  • They hear the stamping hooves of his steeds, the rattling chariots, the rumbling wheels. Fathers turn not to save their children; their hands fall helpless (Jeremiah 47, 3)

  • As I looked at the living creatures, I saw wheels on the ground, one beside each of the four living creatures. (Ezekiel 1, 15)

  • The wheels had the sparkling appearance of chrysolite, and all four of them looked the same: they were constructed as though one wheel were within another. (Ezekiel 1, 16)

  • When the living creatures moved, the wheels moved with them; and when the living creatures were raised from the ground, the wheels also were raised. (Ezekiel 1, 19)

  • Wherever the spirit wished to go, there the wheels went, and they were raised together with the living creatures; for the spirit of the living creatures was in the wheels. (Ezekiel 1, 20)

  • the noise made by the wings of the living creatures striking one another, and by the wheels alongside them, a loud rumbling. (Ezekiel 3, 13)

“Quanto maiores forem os dons, maior deve ser sua humildade, lembrando de que tudo lhe foi dado como empréstimo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina