Löydetty 58 Tulokset: safe

  • and I come back safe to my father's house, the LORD shall be my God. (Genesis 28, 21)

  • "Far be it from me to act thus!" said Joseph. "Only the one in whose possession the goblet was found shall become my slave; the rest of you may go back safe and sound to your father." (Genesis 44, 17)

  • but we ourselves will march as troops in the van of the Israelites, until we have led them to their destination. Meanwhile our families can remain here in the fortified towns, safe from attack by the natives. (Numbers 32, 17)

  • David continued: "The LORD, who delivered me from the claws of the lion and the bear, will also keep me safe from the clutches of this Philistine." Saul answered David, "Go! the LORD will be with you." (1 Samuel 17, 37)

  • Saul tried to nail David to the wall with the spear, but David eluded Saul, so that the spear struck only the wall, and David got away safe. (1 Samuel 19, 10)

  • If he says, 'Very well,' your servant is safe. But if he becomes quite angry, you can be sure he has planned some harm. (1 Samuel 20, 7)

  • I will then send my attendant to go and recover the arrows. If in fact I say to him, 'Look, the arrow is this side of you; pick it up,' come, for you are safe. As the LORD lives, there will be nothing to fear. (1 Samuel 20, 21)

  • The king wished him a safe journey, and he went off to Hebron. (2 Samuel 15, 9)

  • But the king asked, "Is the youth Absalom safe?" And Ahimaaz replied, "I saw a great disturbance when the king's servant Joab sent your servant on, but I do not know what it was." (2 Samuel 18, 29)

  • But the king asked the Cushite, "Is young Absalom safe?" The Cushite replied, "May the enemies of my lord the king and all who rebel against you with evil intent be as that young man!" (2 Samuel 18, 32)

  • my God, my rock of refuge! My shield, the horn of my salvation, my stronghold, my refuge, my savior, from violence you keep me safe. (2 Samuel 22, 3)

  • 'Praised be the LORD,' I exclaim, and I am safe from my enemies. (2 Samuel 22, 4)

“A divina bondade não só não rejeita as almas arrependidas, como também vai em busca das almas teimosas”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina