Löydetty 141 Tulokset: husband

  • Ishbaal sent for her and took her away from her husband Paltiel, son of Laish, (2 Samuel 3, 15)

  • When the wife of Uriah heard that her husband had died, she mourned her lord. (2 Samuel 11, 26)

  • The king said to her, "What do you want?" She replied: "Alas, I am a widow; my husband is dead. (2 Samuel 14, 5)

  • Then the whole clan confronted your servant and demanded: 'Give up the one who killed his brother. We must put him to death for the life of his brother whom he has slain; we must extinguish the heir also.' Thus they will quench my remaining hope and leave my husband neither name nor posterity upon the earth." (2 Samuel 14, 7)

  • Then I can bring back the rest of the people to you, as a bride returns to her husband. It is the death of only one man you are seeking; then all the people will be at peace." (2 Samuel 17, 3)

  • A certain woman, the widow of one of the guild prophets, complained to Elisha: "My husband, your servant, is dead. You know that he was a God-fearing man, yet now his creditor has come to take my two children as his slaves." (2 Kings 4, 1)

  • So she said to her husband, "I know that he is a holy man of God. Since he visits us often, (2 Kings 4, 9)

  • Later Elisha asked, "Can something be done for her?" "Yes!" Gehazi answered. "She has no son, and her husband is getting on in years." (2 Kings 4, 14)

  • and called to her husband, "Let me have a servant and a donkey. I must go quickly to the man of God, and I will be back." (2 Kings 4, 22)

  • Hurry to meet her, and ask if all is well with her, with her husband, and with the boy." "Greetings," she replied. (2 Kings 4, 26)

  • Her husband, Manasseh, of her own tribe and clan, had died at the time of the barley harvest. (Judith 8, 2)

  • She was beautifully formed and lovely to behold. Her husband, Manasseh, had left her gold and silver, servants and maids, livestock and fields, which she was maintaining. (Judith 8, 7)


“Se você não entrega seu coração a Deus, o que lhe entrega?” “Você deve seguir outra estrada. Tire de seu coração todas as paixões deste mundo, humilhe-se na poeira e reze! Dessa forma, certamente você encontrará Deus, que lhe dará paz e serenidade nesta vida e a eterna beatitude na próxima.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina