Löydetty 200 Tulokset: battle

  • are men armed with bows and spears who are cruel and without mercy. They sound like the roaring sea as they ride on galloping steeds. They come in battle formation against you, daughter of Babylon. (Jeremiah 50, 42)

  • Raise a signal on the earth, among the nations blow the trumpet. Prepare the nations for war, summon the kingdoms to battle Ararat, Minni and Ashkenaz. Marshal a great force against her; bring up the cavalry, swarming and bristling. (Jeremiah 51, 27)

  • Prepare the nations to battle her, the Medes with their kings, their governors and officials, all the countries they rule. (Jeremiah 51, 28)

  • They may sound the trumpet, make preparations, but no one will go to battle, for I am indignant with all. (Ezekiel 7, 14)

  • They have not gone up to the breaches nor have they built a wall around Israel so that she may hold out in battle on the day of Yahweh. (Ezekiel 13, 5)

  • In his place will rise another who will send a tax collector to despoil the Glory of his Kingdom, but he will be overthrown within a few days, though neither with arms nor in battle. (Daniel 11, 20)

  • Since the days of Gibeah you have sinned and rebelled, Israel. Will not the battle against the evildoers of Gibeah overtake you again? (Hosea 10, 9)

  • With the clattering of chariots, they leap over the mountains; with crackling like burning stubble, they charge - a mighty army arrayed for battle. (Joel 2, 5)

  • I will set fire to the walls of Rabbah and it shall devour her strongholds. Then there will be war cry and battle; then storm winds will blow. (Amos 1, 14)

  • The shields of his soldiers are red; his warriors are crimson-clad. His chariots gleam as if on fire when mustered in battle array, while prancing horses and frenzied horsemen wait impatiently for bloody action. (Nahum 2, 4)

  • and fog when the trumpet sounds the call for battle, and the enemy attacks the fortresses and the high fortified towers. (Zephaniah 1, 16)

  • He will provide the host and the spear, the bow in battle and all the leaders. (Zechariah 10, 4)


“Não abandone sua alma à tentação, diz o Espírito Santo, já que a alegria do coração é a vida da alma e uma fonte inexaurível de santidade.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina