Talált 118 Eredmények: seized

  • The towns have been captured, the strongholds seized. (And the heart of Moab's warriors, that day, will be like that of a woman in labour pains.) (Jeremiah 48, 41)

  • Damascus is aghast, she prepares for flight, she is seized with trembling (anguish and sorrow have laid hold on her as on a woman in labour). (Jeremiah 49, 24)

  • Let their tents and their flocks be captured, their tent-cloths and all their gear; let their camels be seized and the shout go up, 'Terror on every side!' (Jeremiah 49, 29)

  • The king of Babylon has heard the news, his hands fall limp, anguish has seized him, pain like that of a woman in labour. (Jeremiah 50, 43)

  • the fords occupied, the bastions burnt down and the fighting men seized with panic. (Jeremiah 51, 32)

  • Who has ever climbed the sky and seized her to bring her down from the clouds? (Baruch 3, 29)

  • In you, the princes are like a roaring lion tearing its prey. They have eaten the people, seized wealth and jewels and widowed many inside her. (Ezekiel 22, 25)

  • They stripped her naked, seized her sons and daughters and put her to the sword. She became notorious among women for the justice done on her. (Ezekiel 23, 10)

  • Your wealth will be seized, your merchandise looted, your walls rased, your luxurious houses shattered, your stones, your timbers, your very dust, thrown into the sea. (Ezekiel 26, 12)

  • I shall set fire to Egypt; Sin will be seized with convulsions; a breach will be opened at No and the waters flood out. (Ezekiel 30, 16)

  • very well, prophesy! Say: The Lord Yahweh says this: Since you have been ravaged and seized on from all sides, and have become the property of the rest of the nations, and become the subject of people's talk and gossip, (Ezekiel 36, 3)

  • The king then sent for the men who had accused Daniel and had them thrown into the lion pit, and their wives and children too; and before they reached the floor of the pit the lions had seized them and crushed their bones to pieces. (Daniel 6, 25)

“O amor nada mais é do que o brilho de Deus nos homens”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina