Löydetty 110 Tulokset: wild

  • but in the seventh you will let the land rest and lie fallow. The poor may eat what it produces and what they leave the wild animals will eat. It will be the same for your vineyard and your olive grove. (Exodus 23, 11)

  • I will not drive them out in a single year lest the land become a desert and the wild beasts increase and molest you. (Exodus 23, 29)

  • Moses saw that the people were out of control, for Aaron had let them run wild, to a point that would make them an easy prey for their opponents. (Exodus 32, 25)

  • Or else he accidentally touches something unclean, whatever it may be - the dead body of an unclean animal, wild or tame; or the dead body of one of the unclean beings that swarm - and so without realizing it, he becomes unclean, and guilty. (Leviticus 5, 2)

  • The fat of an animal that has died a natural death or been killed by a wild animal may be used for any other purpose, but you must not eat it. (Leviticus 7, 24)

  • And every person who eats an animal that dies or that is torn by wild beasts, whether he be a native or an alien, shall wash his clothes and bathe in water and remain unclean until evening; then he will be purified. (Leviticus 17, 15)

  • He must not eat an animal that has died a natural death or been killed by wild animals; he would become unclean by doing this. I am Yahweh. (Leviticus 22, 8)

  • Its produce will likewise provide food for your livestock and for the wild animals on your land. (Leviticus 25, 7)

  • I will give you peace in your country and you will sleep without anyone disturbing you. I will banish the wild beast and keep the sword of war from passing through the land. (Leviticus 26, 6)

  • I will let loose the wild animals and they will rob you of your children and destroy your cattle and make you so few that your roads will be deserted. (Leviticus 26, 22)

  • God has brought them out of Egypt; he is for them like the horns of a wild ox. (Numbers 23, 22)

  • His God brought him out of Egypt and fights for him like the horns of a wild ox. He devours the carcasses of his enemies and crushes their bones in pieces. (Numbers 24, 8)

“Nas tribulações é necessário ter fé em Deus.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina