Trouvé 13 Résultats pour: Climb

  • Joseph is a fruitful vine, a fruitful vine near a spring, whose branches climb over a wall. (Genesis 49, 22)

  • Over you and your people the frogs will climb." (Exodus 7, 29)

  • Yahweh said to Moses, "Climb this mountain of the Abarim range, and look on the land I give to the Israelites. (Numbers 27, 12)

  • And you answered me: 'We have sinned against Yahweh, our God. Now, we will go and fight as he has commanded us.' So each one took his weapons and thought it easy to climb the mountains. (Deuteronomy 1, 41)

  • but climb to the top of Mount Pisgah and from there look to the west and to the north, to the south, and to the east. You shall see the land, but you shall not cross over the Jordan. (Deuteronomy 3, 27)

  • "Go up to the mountains of Abarim in the land of Moab and climb Mount Nebo facing Jericho. From there you shall see the land of Canaan which I give to the children of Israel. (Deuteronomy 32, 49)

  • Climb and visit these hopeless ruins, the enemy has ravaged everything in the sanctuary. (Psalms 74, 3)

  • Others took advantage of this diversion to climb the walls and set fire to the towers. They made bonfires and burned the blasphemers alive. Others destroyed the gates while the rest of the army entered to occupy the city. (2 Maccabees 10, 36)

  • But when he fell upon his sword, he did not hit exactly, so when he saw the troops were now rushing in through the gates, he gathered enough strength to climb to the top of the tower, and manfully threw himself down upon the soldiers. (2 Maccabees 14, 43)

  • I said, "I will climb the palm tree and take hold of its fruits." May your breasts be clusters of the vine, your breath sweet-scented as apples, and your mouth like the best wine. (Song of Solomon 7, 9)

  • I will climb up above the clouds; I will be like the Most High!" (Isaiah 14, 14)

  • At the sound of the horsemen and archers every town takes flight; some go to the thickets and climb among the rocks. All the towns are deserted and no one is left. (Jeremiah 4, 29)

“A sua função é tirar e transportar as pedras, e arrancar os espinhos. Jesus é quem semeia, planta, cultiva e rega. Mas seu trabalho também é obra de Jesus. Sem Ele você nada pode fazer.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina