Talált 259 Eredmények: Solomon

  • And these are the names of those who were born to him in Jerusalem: Shammua, and Shobab, and Nathan, and Solomon, (2 Samuel 5, 14)

  • And David consoled his wife Bathsheba. And entering to her, he slept with her. And she bore a son, and he called his name Solomon, and the Lord loved him. (2 Samuel 12, 24)

  • But he did not summon Nathan, the prophet, and Benaiah, and all the mature men, and Solomon, his brother. (1 Kings 1, 10)

  • And so Nathan said to Bathsheba, the mother of Solomon: “Have you not heard that Adonijah, the son of Haggith, has begun to reign, and that our lord David is ignorant of this? (1 Kings 1, 11)

  • Now then, come, accept my counsel, and save your life and the life of your son Solomon. (1 Kings 1, 12)

  • Go and enter to king David, and say to him: ‘Did you not, my lord the king, swear to me, your handmaid, saying: “Your son Solomon shall reign after me, and he himself shall sit on my throne?” Then why does Adonijah reign?’ (1 Kings 1, 13)

  • And responding, she said: “My lord, you swore to your handmaid, by the Lord your God: ‘your son Solomon will reign after me, and he himself shall sit upon my throne.’ (1 Kings 1, 17)

  • He has slain oxen, and every kind of fattened cattle, and many rams. And he has summoned all the sons of the king, as well as Abiathar, the priest, and Joab, the leader of the military. But Solomon, your servant, he did not summon. (1 Kings 1, 19)

  • Otherwise, this will be: when my lord the king sleeps with his fathers, I and my son Solomon will be as sinners.” (1 Kings 1, 21)

  • But he did not summon me, your servant, and Zadok, the priest, and Benaiah, the son of Jehoiada, and Solomon, your lowly servant. (1 Kings 1, 26)

  • just as I swore to you by the Lord God of Israel, saying: ‘Your son Solomon shall reign after me, and he himself shall sit upon my throne in my place,’ so shall I do this day.” (1 Kings 1, 30)

  • he said to them: “Take with you the servants of your lord, and place my son Solomon upon my mule. And lead him to Gihon. (1 Kings 1, 33)

“É doce o viver e o penar para trazer benefícios aos irmãos e para tantas almas que, vertiginosamente, desejam se justificar no mal, a despeito do Bem Supremo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina