Found 72 Results for: chariot

  • Solomon also had four thousand stalls for horses and chariots, and twelve thousand cavalrymen; these he stationed in the chariot towns and near the king in Jerusalem. (2 Chronicles 9, 25)

  • When King Rehoboam sent Adoram who was in charge of forced labour, the Israelites stoned him to death, while King Rehoboam managed to mount his chariot and escape to Jerusalem. (2 Chronicles 10, 18)

  • Now, the king of Aram had given his chariot commanders the following order, 'Do not attack anyone of whatever rank, except the king of Israel.' (2 Chronicles 18, 30)

  • So, when the chariot commanders saw Jehoshaphat, they thought, 'That is the king of Israel,' and surrounded him to attack. But when Jehoshaphat shouted his war cry, Yahweh came to his help, God drew them away from him, (2 Chronicles 18, 31)

  • for the chariot commanders, realising that he was not the king of Israel, broke off their pursuit. (2 Chronicles 18, 32)

  • But the battle grew fiercer as the day went on, and the king of Israel had to be held upright in his chariot facing the Aramaeans until the evening, and at sunset he died. (2 Chronicles 18, 34)

  • Jehoram crossed the frontier, and with him his commanders and all his chariots. Under cover of dark, he and his chariot commanders broke through the Edomites surrounding him. (2 Chronicles 21, 9)

  • So his retainers lifted him out of his own chariot, transferred him to one which he had in reserve and brought him to Jerusalem, where he died and was buried in the tombs of his ancestors. All Judah and Jerusalem held mourning for Josiah. (2 Chronicles 35, 24)

  • at your reproof, God of Jacob, chariot and horse stand stunned. (Psalms 76, 6)

  • build your palace on the waters above, making the clouds your chariot, gliding on the wings of the wind, (Psalms 104, 3)

  • Even so, he in no way diminished his arrogance; still bursting with pride, breathing fire in his wrath against the Jews, he was in the act of ordering an even keener pace when the chariot gave a sudden lurch and out he fell and, in this serious fall, was dragged along, every joint of his body wrenched out of place. (2 Maccabees 9, 7)

  • LOVER: I compare you, my love, to my mare harnessed to Pharaoh's chariot. (Song of Solomon 1, 9)

“A prática das bem-aventuranças não requer atos de heroísmo, mas a aceitação simples e humilde das várias provações pelas quais a pessoa passa.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina