Löydetty 1488 Tulokset: land

  • I will also remove the prophets and their unclean spirits and expel them from the land. If a prophet does prophesy, his parents: father and mother, will say to him: "You shall live no longer for you uttered lies in the name of Yahweh." His own father and mother will stab him when he prophesies. (Zechariah 13, 3)

  • Instead, each of them will say: "I am not a prophet, I am a farmer, the land has owned me since my youth." (Zechariah 13, 5)

  • and in all the land, two thirds shall be destroyed and one third left. (Zechariah 13, 8)

  • All the land will be turned into a plain from Geba to Rimmon in the Negeb, but Jerusalem shall be outstanding on its heights, from the Benjamin Gate to the First Gate, to the Corner Gate and from the tower of Hananel to the royal winepress. (Zechariah 14, 10)

  • "Was Esau not Jacob's brother? Yet I loved Jacob and hated Esau. See how I left his mountains desolate and abandoned his land to the jackals of the desert. (Malachi 1, 3)

  • I will rebuke the locusts that they may not devour your fields, and let not the vines wither in your land, says Yahweh. (Malachi 3, 11)

  • Then all the nations will congratulate you because your land will be the choicest. (Malachi 3, 12)

  • He will reconcile parents with their children, and the children with their parents, so that I may not have to curse this land when I come." (Malachi 3, 24)

  • And you, Bethlehem, in the land of Judah, you are by no means the least among the clans of Judah, for from you will come a leader, the one who is to shepherd my people Israel." (Matthew 2, 6)

  • "Get up, take the child and his mother and go back to the land of Israel, because those who tried to kill the child are dead." (Matthew 2, 20)

  • So Joseph got up, took the child and his mother and went to the land of Israel. (Matthew 2, 21)

  • Land of Zebulun and land of Naphtali crossed by the Road of the Sea, and you who live by the Jordan, Galilee, land of pagans, listen: (Matthew 4, 15)

“Sigamos o caminho que nos conduz a Deus.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina