Löydetty 74 Tulokset: Letter

  • Next morning David wrote a letter to Joab and sent it by Uriah. (2 Samuel 11, 14)

  • In the letter he wrote, 'Put Uriah out in front where the fighting is fiercest and then fall back, so that he gets wounded and killed.' (2 Samuel 11, 15)

  • and these, with the bones of Saul and his son Jonathan, were buried in the territory of Benjamin, at Zela, in the tomb of Saul's father, Kish. The king's orders were carried out to the letter and after that, God took pity on the country. (2 Samuel 21, 14)

  • So she wrote a letter in Ahab's name and sealed it with his seal, sending the letter to the elders and notables of the city where Naboth lived. (1 Kings 21, 8)

  • In the letter, she wrote, 'Proclaim a fast, and put Naboth in a prominent place among the people. (1 Kings 21, 9)

  • The men of Naboth's city, the elders and notables living in his city, did what Jezebel ordered, as was written in the letter which she had sent him. (1 Kings 21, 11)

  • 'Go by all means,' said the king of Aram, 'I shall send a letter to the king of Israel.' So Naaman left, taking with him ten talents of silver, six thousand shekels of gold and ten festal robes. (2 Kings 5, 5)

  • He presented the letter to the king of Israel. It read, 'With this letter, I am sending my servant Naaman to you for you to cure him of his skin-disease.' (2 Kings 5, 6)

  • When the king of Israel read the letter, he tore his clothes. 'Am I a god to give death and life,' he said, 'for him to send a man to me and ask me to cure him of his skin-disease? Listen to this and take note of it and see how he intends to pick a quarrel with me.' (2 Kings 5, 7)

  • 'Now, when this letter reaches you, you have your master's sons with you; you also have chariots and horses, a fortified city and weapons. (2 Kings 10, 2)

  • Jehu then wrote them a second letter. He said, 'If you are for me and if you are prepared to accept orders from me, take the heads of the men of your master's family and come to me at Jezreel by this time tomorrow.' (There were seventy of Ahab's sons being educated there by the leading men of the city.) (2 Kings 10, 6)

  • When this letter reached them, they took the king's sons and butchered all seventy of them, put their heads in baskets and sent them to him at Jezreel. (2 Kings 10, 7)


“O verdadeiro servo de Deus é aquele que usa a caridade para com seu próximo, que está decidido a fazer a vontade de Deus a todo custo, que vive em profunda humildade e simplicidade”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina