Talált 342 Eredmények: person

  • The uncircumcised male, whose foreskin has not been circumcised -- that person must be cut off from his people: he has broken my covenant.' (Genesis 17, 14)




  • Israel said to Joseph, 'Now I can die, now that I have seen you in person and seen you still alive.' (Genesis 46, 30)

  • 'Who gave a person a mouth?' Yahweh said to him. 'Who makes a person dumb or deaf, gives sight or makes blind? Is it not I, Yahweh? (Exodus 4, 11)

  • Should a stranger residing with you wish to keep the Passover in honour of Yahweh, all the males of his household must be circumcised: he will then be allowed to keep it and will count as a citizen of the country. But no uncircumcised person may eat it. (Exodus 12, 48)

  • These are Yahweh's orders: Each of you must collect as much as he needs to eat -- a homer per head for each person in his tent.' (Exodus 16, 16)

  • Now, on the sixth day they collected twice the amount of food: two homer per person, and all the leaders of the community came and told Moses this. (Exodus 16, 22)

  • But should any person dare to kill another with deliberate planning, you will take that person even from my altar to be put to death. (Exodus 21, 14)




  • Anyone who abducts a person -- whether that person has since been sold or is still held -- will be put to death. (Exodus 21, 16)

  • 'If people, when brawling, hurt a pregnant woman and she suffers a miscarriage but no further harm is done, the person responsible will pay compensation as fixed by the woman's master, paying as much as the judges decide. (Exodus 21, 22)

  • 'If a fire breaks out, setting light to thorn bushes and burning stacks, standing corn or the field as a result, the person who started the fire will make full restitution. (Exodus 22, 5)

  • 'If anyone entrusts money or goods to someone else's keeping and these are stolen from that person's house, the thief, if he can be discovered, will repay double. (Exodus 22, 6)

  • Should the thief not be discovered, the owner of the house will come into the presence of God, to declare that he has not laid hands on the other person's property. (Exodus 22, 7)




“As almas não são oferecidas como dom; compram-se. Vós ignorais quanto custaram a Jesus. É sempre com a mesma moeda que é preciso pagá-las”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina