Löydetty 48 Tulokset: Arrows

  • Away from Egypt, God has led him, whose strength is like the rhinoceros. They shall devour the nations that are his enemies, and break their bones, and pierce them with arrows. (Numbers 24, 8)

  • I will heap evils upon them, and I will expend my arrows among them. (Deuteronomy 32, 23)

  • I will inebriate my arrows with blood, and my sword will devour flesh: from the blood of the slain and from the captive, from the exposed head of the enemies.’ (Deuteronomy 32, 42)

  • And I will shoot three arrows near it, and I will cast them as if I were practicing for myself toward a mark. (1 Samuel 20, 20)

  • Also, I will send a boy, saying to him, ‘Go and bring the arrows to me.’ (1 Samuel 20, 21)

  • If I will say to the boy, ‘Behold, the arrows are before you, take them up,’ you shall approach before me, because there is peace for you, and there is nothing evil, as the Lord lives. But if I will have spoken to the boy in this way, ‘Behold, the arrows are away from you,’ then you shall go away in peace, for the Lord has released you. (1 Samuel 20, 22)

  • And he said to his boy, “Go, and bring to me the arrows that I shoot.” And when the boy had run, he shot another arrow away from the boy. (1 Samuel 20, 36)

  • And Jonathan cried out again, from behind the back of the boy, saying, “Go quickly! Do not stand still!” Then Jonathan’s boy collected the arrows, and he brought them to his lord. (1 Samuel 20, 38)

  • And the archers directed their arrows at your servants from the wall above. And some of the king’s servants died, and then also your servant Uriah the Hittite died.” (2 Samuel 11, 24)

  • He shot arrows, and he scattered them; lightning, and he consumed them. (2 Samuel 22, 15)

  • And Elisha said to him, “Bring a bow and arrows.” And when he had brought a bow and arrows to him, (2 Kings 13, 15)

  • And he said, “Take the arrows.” And when he had taken them, he then said to him, “Strike an arrow against the ground.” And when he had struck three times, and he had stood still, (2 Kings 13, 18)

“Que Nossa Mãe do Céu tenha piedade de nós e com um olhar maternal levante-nos, purifique-nos e eleve-nos a Deus.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina