Löydetty 156 Tulokset: lamp-stands

  • The first spur stands to the north facing Michmash, the other to the south facing Geba. (1 Samuel 14, 5)

  • Abishai son of Zeruiah came to his rescue, however, attacking the Philistine and killing him. Then it was that David's men swore the following oath to him, 'You are never to go into battle with us again, in case you should extinguish the lamp of Israel!' (2 Samuel 21, 17)

  • Yahweh, you yourself are my lamp, my God lights up my darkness; (2 Samuel 22, 29)

  • Yes, my House stands firm with God: he has made an eternal covenant with me, all in order, well assured; does he not bring to fruition my every victory and desire? (2 Samuel 23, 5)

  • Longingly David said, 'If only someone would fetch me a drink of water from the well that stands by the gate at Bethlehem!' (2 Samuel 23, 15)

  • At this, the three champions, forcing their way through the Philistine camp, drew water from the well that stands by the gate of Bethlehem and, taking it away, presented it to David. He, however, would not drink any of it, but poured it out as a libation to Yahweh. (2 Samuel 23, 16)

  • Observe the injunctions of Yahweh your God, following his ways and keeping his laws, his commandments, his ordinances and his decrees, as stands written in the Law of Moses, so that you may be successful in everything you do and undertake, (1 Kings 2, 3)

  • He made the ten bronze stands; each stand was four cubits long, four cubits wide, and three high. (1 Kings 7, 27)

  • The four wheels were under the crosspieces. The axles of the wheels were inside the stands; the height of the wheels was one and a half cubits. (1 Kings 7, 32)

  • He made the ten stands like this: the same casting and the same measurements for all. (1 Kings 7, 37)

  • He made ten bronze basins; each basin held forty measures and each basin measured four cubits, one basin to each of the ten stands. (1 Kings 7, 38)

  • He arranged the stands, five on the right-hand side of the Temple, five on the left-hand side of the Temple; the Sea he placed on the right-hand side of the Temple, to the south east. (1 Kings 7, 39)


“Não há nada mais inaceitável do que uma mulher caprichosa, frívola e arrogante, especialmente se é casada. Uma esposa cristã deve ser uma mulher de profunda piedade em relação a Deus, um anjo de paz na família, digna e agradável em relação ao próximo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina