Talált 1804 Eredmények: Israel

  • The sons of Israel acted accordingly. Joseph gave them the wagons, as Pharaoh had ordered, and he supplied them with provisions for the journey. (Genesis 45, 21)

  • "It is enough," said Israel. "My son Joseph is still alive! I must go and see him before I die." (Genesis 45, 28)

  • Israel set out with all that was his. When he arrived at Beer-sheba, he offered sacrifices to the God of his father Isaac. (Genesis 46, 1)

  • There God, speaking to Israel in a vision by night, called, "Jacob! Jacob!" "Here I am," he answered. (Genesis 46, 2)

  • So Jacob departed from Beer-sheba, and the sons of Israel put their father and their wives and children on the wagons that Pharaoh had sent for his transport. (Genesis 46, 5)

  • Israel had sent Judah ahead to Joseph, so that he might meet him in Goshen. On his arrival in the region of Goshen, (Genesis 46, 28)

  • Joseph hitched the horses to his chariot and rode to meet his father Israel in Goshen. As soon as he saw him, he flung himself on his neck and wept a long time in his arms. (Genesis 46, 29)

  • And Israel said to Joseph, "At last I can die, now that I have seen for myself that Joseph is still alive." (Genesis 46, 30)

  • Thus Israel settled in the land of Egypt, in the region of Goshen. There they acquired property, were fertile, and increased greatly. (Genesis 47, 27)

  • When the time approached for Israel to die, he called his son Joseph and said to him: "If you really wish to please me, put your hand under my thigh as a sign of your constant loyalty to me; do not let me be buried in Egypt. (Genesis 47, 29)

  • "I will do as you say," he replied. But his father demanded, "Swear it to me!" So Joseph swore to him. Then Israel bowed at the head of the bed. (Genesis 47, 31)

  • When Israel saw Joseph's sons, he asked, "Who are these?" (Genesis 48, 8)

“Para que se preocupar com o caminho pelo qual Jesus quer que você chegue à pátria celeste – pelo deserto ou pelo campo – quando tanto por um como por outro se chegará da mesma forma à beatitude eterna?” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina