Talált 264 Eredmények: pay

  • and, in the hearing of the local people, replied to Ephron as follows, 'Be good enough to listen to me. I shall pay the price of the field; accept it from me and I shall bury my dead there.' (Genesis 23, 13)

  • This stone I have set up as a pillar is to be a house of God, and I shall faithfully pay you a tenth part of everything you give me.' (Genesis 28, 22)

  • So name your wages,' he added, 'and I will pay.' (Genesis 30, 28)

  • Laban said, 'How much am I to pay you?' Jacob replied, 'You need not pay me anything. I shall change my mind and go on tending your flock, if you do this one thing for me. (Genesis 30, 31)

  • Demand as high a bride-price from me as you please, and I will pay as much as you ask. Only let me marry the girl.' (Genesis 34, 12)

  • Seeing that their father was dead, Joseph's brothers said, 'What if Joseph intends to treat us as enemies and pay us back for all the wrong we did him?' (Genesis 50, 15)

  • Pharaoh's daughter said to her, 'Take this child away and nurse it for me. I shall pay you myself for doing so.' So the woman took the child away and nursed it. (Exodus 2, 9)

  • 'If you listen carefully to the voice of Yahweh your God and do what he regards as right, if you pay attention to his commandments and keep all his laws, I shall never inflict on you any of the diseases that I inflicted on the Egyptians, for I am Yahweh your Healer.' (Exodus 15, 26)

  • 'When you buy a Hebrew slave, his service will last for six years. In the seventh year he will leave a free man without paying compensation. (Exodus 21, 2)

  • Should he deprive her of these three things she will leave a free woman, without paying compensation. (Exodus 21, 11)

  • 'If someone beats his slave, male or female, and the slave dies at his hands, he must pay the penalty. (Exodus 21, 20)

  • But should the slave survive for one or two days, he will pay no penalty because the slave is his by right of purchase. (Exodus 21, 21)


“Pobres e desafortunadas as almas que se envolvem no turbilhão de preocupações deste mundo. Quanto mais amam o mundo, mais suas paixões crescem, mais queimam de desejos, mais se tornam incapazes de atingir seus objetivos. E vêm, então, as inquietações, as impaciências e terríveis sofrimentos profundos, pois seus corações não palpitam com a caridade e o amor. Rezemos por essas almas desafortunadas e miseráveis, para que Jesus, em Sua infinita misericórdia, possa perdoá-las e conduzi-las a Ele.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina