Found 202 Results for: Daughters

  • since Manasseh's daughters received a heritage as well as his sons. Gilead itself belonged to Manasseh's other sons. (Joshua 17, 6)

  • they married their daughters, they gave their own sons to their daughters and they served their gods. (Judges 3, 6)

  • for the daughters of Israel to leave home year by year and lament over the daughter of Jephthah the Gileadite for four days every year. (Judges 11, 40)

  • He had thirty sons and thirty daughters. He gave his daughters in marriage outside his clan and brought in thirty brides from outside for his sons. He was judge in Israel for seven years. (Judges 12, 9)

  • His father and mother said to him, 'Is there no woman among your brothers' daughters or in our entire nation, for you to go and take a wife among these uncircumcised Philistines?' But Samson said to his father, 'Get that one for me; she is the one I am for me; she is the one I am fond of.' (Judges 14, 3)

  • What shall we do to provide wives for those who are left, since we have sworn by Yahweh not to give them any of our own daughters in marriage?' (Judges 21, 7)

  • We cannot give them our own daughters in marriage' -- for the Israelites had taken an oath, 'Accursed be the man who gives a wife to Benjamin!' (Judges 21, 18)

  • She then decided to come back from the Plains of Moab with her daughters-in-law, having heard in the Plains of Moab that God had visited his people and given them food. (Ruth 1, 6)

  • So, with her daughters-in-law, she left the place where she was living and they took the road back to Judah. (Ruth 1, 7)

  • Naomi said to her two daughters-in-law, 'Go back, each of you to your mother's house. (Ruth 1, 8)

  • '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)

  • Go home, daughters, go, for I am now too old to marry again. Even if I said, "I still have a hope: I shall take a husband this very night and shall bear more sons," (Ruth 1, 12)


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