Talált 24 Eredmények: Greeks

  • They kept in the wealthy temple of their city golden armor, breastplates and weapons left there by the Macedonian king, Alexander the son of Philip, the first sovereign of the Greeks. (1 Maccabees 6, 2)

  • The Greeks had planned to come and destroy the Romans, (1 Maccabees 8, 9)

  • but hearing of it, the Romans sent a single general against them. They killed a great number of Greeks, took their women and children, destroyed their fortresses and enslaved them to this day. (1 Maccabees 8, 10)

  • Since the Greeks treated the Israelites as slaves, Judas hoped to liberate them from oppression in this way. (1 Maccabees 8, 18)

  • With the consent of the king and using the power at his disposal, he at once set about encouraging his fellow citizens to adopt the customs of the Greeks. (2 Maccabees 4, 10)

  • They did not value anymore the customs of their fathers, but held in highest esteem the values of the Greeks. (2 Maccabees 4, 15)

  • When the king returned to the regions of Coele-Syria, the Jews of Jerusalem, together with the Greeks who were for justice, went to see him and complained about the murder of Onias. (2 Maccabees 4, 36)

  • Danites and Greeks from Uzal exchanged wrought iron, cassia and calamus for your merchandise. (Ezekiel 27, 19)

  • You sold to the Greeks the people of Judah and Jerusalem removing them far away from their own land. (Joel 4, 6)

  • I shall bend my bow - Judah - and Ephraim shall be my arrow. I shall send your sons, O Zion, against the Greeks! For me you shall be a warrior's sword. (Zechariah 9, 13)

  • The Jews said to one another, "Where does this man intend to go where we shall not find him? Will he go abroad to the Jews dispersed among the Greek nations and teach the Greeks also? (John 7, 35)

  • There were some Greeks who had come up to Jerusalem to worship during the feast. (John 12, 20)


“Quando ofendemos a justiça de Deus, apelamos à Sua misericórdia. Mas se ofendemos a Sua misericórdia, a quem podemos apelar? Ofender o Pai que nos ama e insultar quem nos auxilia é um pecado pelo qual seremos severamente julgados.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina