Gefunden 17 Ergebnisse für: Noemi

  • He was named Elimelech, and his wife, Noemi: and his two sons, the one Mahalon, and the other Chelion, Ephrathites of Bethlehem Juda. And entering into the country of Moab, they abode there. (Ruth 1, 2)

  • And Elimelech the husband of Noemi died: and she remained with her sons. (Ruth 1, 3)

  • And Noemi said to her: Behold thy kinswoman is returned to her people, and to her gods, go thou with her. (Ruth 1, 15)

  • Then Noemi, seeing that Ruth was steadfastly determined to go with her, would not be against it, nor persuade her any more to return to her friends: (Ruth 1, 18)

  • So they went together and came to Bethlehem. And when they were come into the city, the report was quickly spread among all: and the women said: This is that Noemi. (Ruth 1, 19)

  • But she said to them: Call me not Noemi, (that is, beautiful,) but call me Mara, (that is, bitter,) for the Almighty hath quite filled me with bitterness. (Ruth 1, 20)

  • I went out full, and the Lord hath brought me back empty. Why then do you call me Noemi, whom the Lord hath humbled and the Almighty hath afflicted? (Ruth 1, 21)

  • So Noemi came with Ruth the Moabitess her daughter in law, from the land of her sojournment: and returned into Bethlehem, in the beginning of the barley harvest. (Ruth 1, 22)

  • And he answered him: This is the Moabitess who came with Noemi, from the land of Moab, (Ruth 2, 6)

  • And Noemi answered her: Blessed be he of the Lord: because the same kindness which he shewed to the living, he hath kept also to the dead. And again she said: The man is our kinsman. (Ruth 2, 20)

  • After she was returned to her mother in law, Noemi said to her: My daughter, I will seek rest for thee, and will provide that it may be well with thee. (Ruth 3, 1)

  • And Noemi said: Wait my daughter, till we see what end the thing will have. For the man will not rest until he have accomplished what he hath said. (Ruth 3, 18)


Como distinguir uma tentação de um pecado e como estar certo de que não se pecou? – perguntou um penitente. Padre Pio sorriu e respondeu: “Como se distingue um burro de um homem? O burro tem de ser conduzido; o homem conduz a si mesmo!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina