Talált 141 Eredmények: husband

  • She took off the sackcloth she had on, laid aside the garments of her widowhood, washed her body with water, and anointed it with rich ointment. She arranged her hair and bound it with a fillet, and put on the festive attire she had worn while her husband, Manasseh, was living. (Judith 10, 3)

  • Many wished to marry her, but she gave herself to no man all the days of her life from the time of the death and burial of her husband, Manasseh. (Judith 16, 22)

  • She lived to be very old in the house of her husband, reaching the advanced age of a hundred and five. She died in Bethulia, where they buried her in the tomb of her husband, Manasseh; (Judith 16, 23)

  • and the house of Israel mourned her for seven days. Before she died, she distributed her goods to the relatives of her husband, Manasseh, and to her own relatives; and to the maid she gave her freedom. (Judith 16, 24)

  • For vindictive is the husband's wrath, he will have no pity on the day of vengeance; (Proverbs 6, 34)

  • For my husband is not at home, he has gone on a long journey; (Proverbs 7, 19)

  • A worthy wife is the crown of her husband, but a disgraceful one is like rot in his bones. (Proverbs 12, 4)

  • Her husband, entrusting his heart to her, has an unfailing prize. (Proverbs 31, 11)

  • Her husband is prominent at the city gates as he sits with the elders of the land. (Proverbs 31, 23)

  • Her children rise up and praise her; her husband, too, extols her: (Proverbs 31, 28)

  • To the fatherless be as a father, and help their mother as a husband would; Thus will you be like a son to the Most High, and he will be more tender to you than a mother. (Ecclesiasticus 4, 10)

  • A thoughtful daughter becomes a treasure to her husband, a shameless one is her father's grief. (Ecclesiasticus 22, 4)

“Todas as graças que pedimos no nome de Jesus são concedidas pelo Pai eterno.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina