Trouvé 27 Résultats pour: Tobit

  • Tobit was from the tribe and city of Naphtali (which is in the upper parts of Galilee above Asher, after the way, which leads to the west, that has on its left the city of Sephet). (Tobit 1, 1)

  • Every day, Tobit traveled though all his own people, and he consoled them, and he distributed to each one as much as he could from his resources. (Tobit 1, 19)

  • And then, when king Sennacherib had returned from Judea, fleeing the scourge which God had caused all around him because of his blasphemy, and, being angry, he was slaughtering many from the sons of Israel, Tobit buried their bodies. (Tobit 1, 21)

  • In truth, Tobit, fleeing with nothing but his son and his wife, was able to remain hidden because many loved him. (Tobit 1, 23)

  • and Tobit was able to return to his house, and all his resources were restored to him. (Tobit 1, 25)

  • In truth, after this, when there was a feast day of the Lord, and a good dinner had been prepared in the house of Tobit, (Tobit 2, 1)

  • But Tobit, fearing God more than the king, stole away the bodies of the slain and concealed them in his house, and in the middle of the night, he buried them. (Tobit 2, 9)

  • In truth, Tobit corrected them, saying: “Do not speak in this way, (Tobit 2, 17)

  • Then Tobit sighed, and he began to pray with tears, (Tobit 3, 1)

  • Therefore, when Tobit considered that his prayer was heard, so that he might be able to die, he called his son Tobias to him. (Tobit 4, 1)

  • And Tobit said, “What kind of gladness will be for me, since I sit in darkness and do not see the light of heaven?” (Tobit 5, 12)

  • And so Tobit said to him, “Are you able to lead my son to Gabael in Rages, a city of the Medes? And when you return, I will pay you your wages.” (Tobit 5, 14)

“Onde há mais sacrifício, há mais generosidade.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina