Talált 302 Eredmények: Jews

  • But in the seventh month Ishmael, son of Nethaniah, son of Elishama, of royal descent, came with ten men, attacked Gedaliah and killed him, along with the Jews and Chaldeans who were in Mizpah with him. (2 Kings 25, 25)




  • Let it be known to the king that the Jews who came up from you to us have arrived at Jerusalem and are now rebuilding this rebellious and evil city. They are raising up its walls, and the foundations have already been laid. (Ezra 4, 12)

  • As soon as a copy of King Artaxerxes' letter had been read before Rehum, the governor, Shimshai, the scribe, and their fellow officials, they went in all haste to the Jews in Jerusalem and stopped their work by force of arms. (Ezra 4, 23)

  • Then the prophets Haggai and Zechariah, son of Iddo, began to prophesy to the Jews in Judah and Jerusalem in the name of the God of Israel. (Ezra 5, 1)

  • But their God watched over the elders of the Jews so that they were not hindered, until a report could go to Darius and then a written order be sent back concerning this matter. (Ezra 5, 5)

  • Let the governor and the elders of the Jews continue the work on that house of God; they are to rebuild it on its former site. (Ezra 6, 7)

  • I also issue this decree concerning your dealing with these elders of the Jews in the rebuilding of that house of God: From the royal revenue, the taxes of West-of-Euphrates, let these men be repaid for their expenses, in full and without delay. (Ezra 6, 8)




  • The elders of the Jews continued to make progress in the building, supported by the message of the prophets, Haggai and Zechariah, son of Iddo. They finished the building according to the command of the God of Israel and the decrees of Cyrus and Darius (and of Artaxerxes, king of Persia). (Ezra 6, 14)

  • when Hanani, one of my brothers, came with other men from Judah. I asked them about the Jews, the remnant preserved after the captivity, and about Jerusalem, (Nehemiah 1, 2)

  • The magistrates knew nothing of where I had gone or what I was doing, for as yet I had disclosed nothing to the Jews, neither to the priests, nor to the nobles, nor to the magistrates, nor to the others who would be concerned about the matter. (Nehemiah 2, 16)

  • When Sanballat heard that we were rebuilding the wall, it roused his anger and he became very much incensed. He ridiculed the Jews, (Nehemiah 3, 33)

  • saying in the presence of his brethren and the troops of Samaria: "What are these miserable Jews trying to do? Will they complete their restoration in a single day? Will they recover these stones, burnt as they are, from the heaps of dust?" (Nehemiah 3, 34)




“A pessoa que nunca medita é como alguém que nunca se olha no espelho e, assim, não se cuida e sai desarrumada. A pessoa que medita e dirige seus pensamentos a Deus, que é o espelho de sua alma, procura conhecer seus defeitos, tenta corrigi-los, modera seus impulsos e põe em ordem sua consciência.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina