Encontrados 24 resultados para: Freedom

  • When you purchase a Hebrew slave, he is to serve you for six years, but in the seventh year he shall be given his freedom without cost. (Exodus 21, 2)

  • If he does not grant her these three things, she shall be given her freedom absolutely, without cost to her. (Exodus 21, 11)

  • "If a man has carnal relations with a female slave who has already been living with another man but has not yet been redeemed or given her freedom, they shall be punished but not put to death, because she is not free. (Leviticus 18, 20)

  • However, if later on you lose your liking for her, you shall give her her freedom, if she wishes it; but you shall not sell her or enslave her, since she was married to you under compulsion. (Deuteronomy 21, 14)

  • Gone was freedom beyond the walls, gone indeed from Israel. When I, Deborah, rose, when I rose, a mother in Israel, (Judges 5, 7)

  • Sing of them to the strains of the harpers at the wells, where men recount the just deeds of the LORD, his just deeds that brought freedom to Israel. (Judges 5, 11)

  • and the house of Israel mourned her for seven days. Before she died, she distributed her goods to the relatives of her husband, Manasseh, and to her own relatives; and to the maid she gave her freedom. (Judith 16, 24)

  • Who has given the wild ass his freedom, and who has loosed him from bonds? (Job 39, 5)

  • God will give me freedom and peace from those who war against me, though there are many who oppose me. (Psalms 55, 19)

  • You let captors set foot on our neck; we went through fire and water; then you led us out to freedom. (Psalms 66, 12)

  • Let us grant them freedom to live according to their own laws as formerly; it was on account of their laws, which we abolished, that they became angry and did all these things." (1 Maccabees 6, 59)

  • Let a wise servant be dear to you as your own self; refuse him not his freedom. (Ecclesiasticus 7, 21)


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