Löydetty 36 Tulokset: Tobit

  • This is the story of Tobit son of Tobiel, son of Ananiel, son of Adonel, son of Gabael of the race of Asiel, of the tribe of Naphtali. (Tobit 1, 1)

  • In the days of Shalmaneser, king of Assyria, Tobit was deported from Thisbe, which is to the south of Kedesh of Naphtali in Galilee, above Asher. (Tobit 1, 2)

  • I, Tobit, have walked in the ways of truth and justice all the days of my life; I have given many alms to my brethren and to those of my countrymen who were deported with me to Nineveh, a city in the country of the Assyrians. (Tobit 1, 3)

  • The Lord in his glory heard the prayer of Tobit and of Sara (Tobit 3, 16)

  • and he sent Raphael to heal them both - to give back his sight to Tobit and to give Sara, the daughter of Ragouel, to Tobit's son Tobias, as his wife. Also, Raphael would enchain the wicked demon Asmodeus so that Sara would be the wife of Tobias. At the same time Tobit, who had gone for a short walk, returned to the house; and Sara, the daughter of Ragouel, came down from the upper room. (Tobit 3, 17)

  • The same day Tobit remembered the money which he had deposited with Gabael at Rages in Media, and he said to himself: (Tobit 4, 1)

  • Tobias spoke to Tobit, "Father, I shall do everything you have asked. (Tobit 5, 1)

  • Tobit gave Tobias a receipt and said to him, "My son, find a trustworthy man to go with you, and on your return I shall give him a salary until he dies. When you reach Rages, collect the money from the man Gabael." (Tobit 5, 3)

  • Raphael entered the house and approached Tobit. (Tobit 5, 10)

  • Tobit said to him, "Friend, what is the name of your tribe and of your family? Tell me." (Tobit 5, 11)

  • Raphael said to him, "Are you looking for a tribe and a family or for a hired man to go with your son?" Tobit said to him, "Friend, I want to know your tribe and your name." (Tobit 5, 12)

  • Tobit said to him, "Welcome, my brother! Do not be angry with me because I have tried to find out the name of your tribe and your family, for now I find that you are my kinsman, that you come from a noble and good family. Indeed, I knew Ananias and Nathan, sons of Semaiah the Great. We used to travel together to worship in the city of Jerusalem and bring the firstborn of our sheep, and a tithe of our produce. They did not adopt pagan practices when other countrymen went astray. My friend, you come of good stock. (Tobit 5, 14)

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