Talált 137 Eredmények: money

  • Throughout the ages, every male among you, when he is eight days old, shall be circumcised, including houseborn slaves and those acquired with money from any foreigner who is not of your blood. (Genesis 17, 12)

  • Yes, both the houseborn slaves and those acquired with money must be circumcised. Thus my covenant shall be in your flesh as an everlasting pact. (Genesis 17, 13)

  • Then Abraham took his son Ishmael and all his slaves, whether born in his house or acquired with his money--every male among the members of Abraham's household--and he circumcised the flesh of their foreskins on that same day, as God had told him to do. (Genesis 17, 23)

  • and all the male members of his household, including the slaves born in his house or acquired with his money from foreigners, were circumcised with him. (Genesis 17, 27)

  • Are we not regarded by him as outsiders? He not only sold us; he has even used up the money that he got for us! (Genesis 31, 15)

  • Then Joseph gave orders to have their containers filled with grain, their money replaced in each one's sack, and provisions given them for their journey. After this had been done for them, (Genesis 42, 25)

  • At the night encampment, when one of them opened his bag to give his donkey some fodder, he was surprised to see his money in the mouth of his bag. (Genesis 42, 27)

  • "My money has been returned!" he cried out to his brothers. "Here it is in my bag!" At that their hearts sank. Trembling, they asked one another, "What is this that God has done to us?" (Genesis 42, 28)

  • Also take extra money along, for you must return the amount that was put back in the mouths of your bags; it may have been a mistake. (Genesis 43, 12)

  • So the men got the gifts, took double the amount of money with them, and, accompanied by Benjamin, were off on their way down to Egypt to present themselves to Joseph. (Genesis 43, 15)

  • But on being led to his house, they became apprehensive. "It must be," they thought, "on account of the money put back in our bags the first time, that we are taken inside; they want to use it as a pretext to attack us and take our donkeys and seize us as slaves." (Genesis 43, 18)

  • But when we arrived at a night's encampment and opened our bags, there was each man's money in the mouth of his bag--our money in the full amount! We have now brought it back. (Genesis 43, 21)


“Você teme um homem,um pobre instrumento nas mãos de Deus, mas não teme a justiça divina?” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina