Talált 344 Eredmények: dead

  • His armour-bearer, seeing that Saul was dead, fell on his sword too and died with him. (1 Samuel 31, 5)

  • When the Israelites who were on the other side of the Jordan saw that the Israelites had been routed and that Saul and his sons were dead, they abandoned their towns and fled. The Philistines then came and occupied them. (1 Samuel 31, 7)

  • When the Philistines came on the following day to strip the dead, they found Saul and his three sons lying on Mount Gilboa. (1 Samuel 31, 8)

  • Saul was dead and David, returning after his victory over the Amalekites, had been at Ziklag for two days. (2 Samuel 1, 1)

  • David said, 'What has happened? Tell me.' He replied, 'The people fled from the battle, and many of them have fallen and are dead. Saul and his son Jonathan are dead too.' (2 Samuel 1, 4)

  • Then David asked the young man who brought the news, 'How do you know that Saul and his son Jonathan are dead?' (2 Samuel 1, 5)

  • Does the splendour of Israel lie dead on your heights? How did the heroes fall? (2 Samuel 1, 19)

  • And now take courage and be men of valour. Saul your lord is dead, but the House of Judah has anointed me to be their king.' (2 Samuel 2, 7)

  • when someone told me, "Saul is dead!" supposing himself to be bringing me good news, I seized and put him to death at Ziklag, and that was how I rewarded him for his news! (2 Samuel 4, 10)

  • Meribbaal prostrated himself and said, 'Who is your servant, for you to show favour to a dead dog like me?' (2 Samuel 9, 8)

  • Who killed Abimelech son of Jerubbaal? Wasn't it a woman who dropped a millstone on him from the ramparts, causing his death at Thebez? Why did you go near the ramparts?" you are to say, "Your servant Uriah the Hittite is dead too." ' (2 Samuel 11, 21)

  • but the archers shot at your retainers from the ramparts; some of the king's retainers lost their lives, and your servant Uriah the Hittite is dead too.' (2 Samuel 11, 24)

“O amor e o temor devem sempre andar juntos. O temor sem amor torna-se covardia. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina