Löydetty 141 Tulokset: husband

  • "Any vow or any pledge that she makes under oath to mortify herself, her husband can either allow to remain valid or render null and void. (Numbers 30, 14)

  • But if her husband, day after day, says nothing at all to her about them, he thereby allows as valid any vow or any pledge she has made; he has allowed them to remain valid, because on the day he learned of them he said nothing to her about them. (Numbers 30, 15)

  • These are the statutes which the LORD prescribed through Moses concerning the relationship between a husband and his wife, as well as between a father and his daughter while she is still a maiden in her father's house. (Numbers 30, 17)

  • and lay aside her captive's garb. After she has mourned her father and mother for a full month, you may have relations with her, and you shall be her husband and she shall be your wife. (Deuteronomy 21, 13)

  • and the second husband, too, comes to dislike her and dismisses her from his house by handing her a written bill of divorce; or if this second man who has married her, dies; (Deuteronomy 24, 3)

  • then her former husband, who dismissed her, may not again take her as his wife after she has become defiled. That would be an abomination before the LORD, and you shall not bring such guilt upon the land which the LORD, your God, is giving you as a heritage. (Deuteronomy 24, 4)

  • "When brothers live together and one of them dies without a son, the widow of the deceased shall not marry anyone outside the family; but her husband's brother shall go to her and perform the duty of a brother-in-law by marrying her. (Deuteronomy 25, 5)

  • "When two men are fighting and the wife of one intervenes to save her husband from the blows of his opponent, if she stretches out her hand and seizes the latter by his private parts, (Deuteronomy 25, 11)

  • The most refined and delicate woman among you, so delicate and refined that she would not venture to set the sole of her foot on the ground, will begrudge her beloved husband and her son and daughter (Deuteronomy 28, 56)

  • The woman went and told her husband, "A man of God came to me; he had the appearance of an angel of God, terrible indeed. I did not ask him where he came from, nor did he tell me his name. (Judges 13, 6)

  • God heard the prayer of Manoah, and the angel of God came again to the woman as she was sitting in the field. Since her husband Manoah was not with her, (Judges 13, 9)

  • the woman ran in haste and told her husband. "The man who came to me the other day has appeared to me," she said to him; (Judges 13, 10)


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