Löydetty 141 Tulokset: husband

  • they said on the fourth day to Samson's wife, "Coax your husband to answer the riddle for us, or we will burn you and your family. Did you invite us here to reduce us to poverty?" (Judges 14, 15)

  • Her husband then set out with his servant and a pair of asses, and went after her to forgive her and take her back. She brought him into her father's house, and on seeing him, the girl's father joyfully made him welcome. (Judges 19, 3)

  • So they stayed and the two men ate and drank together. Then the girl's father said to the husband, "Why not decide to spend the night here and enjoy yourself?" (Judges 19, 6)

  • and the husband was ready to go with his concubine and servant, the girl's father said to him, "It is already growing dusk. Stay for the night. See, the day is coming to an end. Spend the night here and enjoy yourself. Early tomorrow you can start your journey home." (Judges 19, 9)

  • When the men would not listen to his host, the husband seized his concubine and thrust her outside to them. They had relations with her and abused her all night until the following dawn, when they let her go. (Judges 19, 25)

  • Then at daybreak the woman came and collapsed at the entrance of the house in which her husband was a guest, where she lay until the morning. (Judges 19, 26)

  • When her husband rose that day and opened the door of the house to start out again on his journey, there lay the woman, his concubine, at the entrance of the house with her hands on the threshold. (Judges 19, 27)

  • and the Levite, the husband of the murdered woman, testified: "My concubine and I went into Gibeah of Benjamin for the night. (Judges 20, 4)

  • Elimelech, the husband of Naomi, died, and she was left with her two sons, (Ruth 1, 3)

  • both Mahlon and Chilion died also, and the woman was left with neither her two sons nor her husband. (Ruth 1, 5)

  • May the LORD grant each of you a husband and a home in which you will find rest." She kissed them good-bye, but they wept with loud sobs, (Ruth 1, 9)

  • Go back, my daughters! Go, for I am too old to marry again. And even if I could offer any hopes, or if tonight I had a husband or had borne sons, (Ruth 1, 12)


“Sejam como pequenas abelhas espirituais, que levam para sua colméia apenas mel e cera. Que, por meio de sua conversa, sua casa seja repleta de docilidade, paz, concórdia, humildade e piedade!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina