Gefunden 25 Ergebnisse für: Husbands

  • 'Go home, daughters,' Naomi replied. 'Why come with me? Have I any more sons in my womb to make husbands for you? (Ruth 1, 11)

  • I have not dishonoured your name or my father's name in this land of exile. I am my father's only daughter, he has no other child as heir; he has no brother at his side, nor has he any kinsman left for whom I ought to keep myself. I have lost seven husbands already; why should I live any longer? If it does not please you to take my life, then look on me with pity; I can no longer bear to hear myself defamed. (Tobit 3, 15)

  • The queen's conduct will soon become known to all the women, who will adopt a contemptuous attitude towards their own husbands. They will say, "King Ahasuerus himself commanded Queen Vashti to appear before him and she did not come." (Esther 1, 17)

  • Let this edict issued by the king be proclaimed throughout his empire -- which is great -- and all the women will henceforth bow to the authority of their husbands, both high and low alike.' (Esther 1, 20)

  • So, hand their sons over to famine, abandon them to the edge of the sword. Let their wives become childless and widowed. Let their husbands die of plague, their young men be cut down by the sword in battle. (Jeremiah 18, 21)

  • marry and have sons and daughters; choose wives for your sons, find husbands for your daughters so that these can bear sons and daughters in their turn; you must increase there and not decrease. (Jeremiah 29, 6)

  • Besides, when we offer incense to the Queen of Heaven and pour libations in her honour, do you think we make cakes for her with her features on them, and pour libations to her, without our husbands' knowledge?' (Jeremiah 44, 19)

  • Yes; you are a true daughter of your mother, who hated her husband and her children; you are a true sister of your sisters, who hated their husbands and their children. Your mother was a Hittite and your father an Amorite. (Ezekiel 16, 45)

  • Listen to this saying, you cows of Bashan living on the hill of Samaria, exploiting the weak and ill-treating the poor, saying to your husbands, 'Bring us something to drink!' (Amos 4, 1)

  • For in those days before the Flood people were eating, drinking, taking wives, taking husbands, right up to the day Noah went into the ark, (Matthew 24, 38)

  • People were eating and drinking, marrying wives and husbands, right up to the day Noah went into the ark, and the Flood came and destroyed them all. (Luke 17, 27)

  • Jesus replied, 'The children of this world take wives and husbands, (Luke 20, 34)


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