Löydetty 9 Tulokset: chamberlain

  • The king of Assyria sent the general, the lord chamberlain, and the commander from Lachish with a great army to King Hezekiah at Jerusalem. They went up, and on their arrival in Jerusalem, stopped at the conduit of the upper pool on the highway of the fuller's field. (2 Kings 18, 17)

  • In the eighteenth year of his reign, in order to cleanse the temple as well as the land, he sent Shaphan, son of Azaliah, Maaseiah, the ruler of the city, and Joah, son of Joahaz, the chamberlain, to restore the house of the LORD, his God. (2 Chronicles 34, 8)

  • The king told Ashpenaz, his chief chamberlain, to bring in some of the Israelites of royal blood and of the nobility, (Daniel 1, 3)

  • The chief chamberlain changed their names: Daniel to Belteshazzar, Hananiah to Shadrach, Mishael to Meshach, and Azariah to Abednego. (Daniel 1, 7)

  • But Daniel was resolved not to defile himself with the king's food or wine; so he begged the chief chamberlain to spare him this defilement. (Daniel 1, 8)

  • Though God had given Daniel the favor and sympathy of the chief chamberlain, (Daniel 1, 9)

  • Then Daniel said to the steward whom the chief chamberlain had put in charge of Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah, (Daniel 1, 11)

  • At the end of the time the king had specified for their preparation, the chief chamberlain brought them before Nebuchadnezzar. (Daniel 1, 18)

  • He had long been very angry with the people of Tyre and Sidon, who now came to him in a body. After winning over Blastus, the king's chamberlain, they sued for peace because their country was supplied with food from the king's territory. (Acts 12, 20)


“A mulher forte é a que tem temor de Deus, a que mesmo à custa de sacrifício faz a vontade de Deus.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina