Fondare 723 Risultati per: Moses

  • These are those who speak to Pharaoh, king of Egypt, in order to lead the sons of Israel out of Egypt. These are Moses and Aaron, (Exodus 6, 27)

  • in the day when the Lord spoke to Moses in the land of Egypt. (Exodus 6, 28)

  • And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying: “I am the Lord. Speak to Pharaoh, king of Egypt, all that I speak to you.” (Exodus 6, 29)

  • And Moses said in the sight of the Lord: “Lo, I am of uncircumcised lips, how will Pharaoh listen to me?” (Exodus 6, 30)

  • And the Lord said to Moses: “Behold, I have appointed you as the god of Pharaoh. And Aaron, your brother, will be your prophet. (Exodus 7, 1)

  • And so, Moses and Aaron did just as the Lord had instructed. And so it was done. (Exodus 7, 6)

  • Now Moses was eighty years old, and Aaron eighty-three, when they spoke to Pharaoh. (Exodus 7, 7)

  • And the Lord said to Moses and Aaron: (Exodus 7, 8)

  • And so Moses and Aaron entered to Pharaoh, and they did just as the Lord had commanded. And Aaron took the staff in the sight of Pharaoh and his servants, and it was turned into a snake. (Exodus 7, 10)

  • Then the Lord said to Moses: “The heart of Pharaoh has been hardened; he is not willing to release the people. (Exodus 7, 14)

  • The Lord also said to Moses: “Say to Aaron: ‘Take your staff; and extend your hand over the waters of Egypt, and over their rivers and streams and marshes and all the pools of waters, so that they may be turned into blood. And let there be blood throughout all the land of Egypt, as much in vessels of wood as in those of stone.’ ” (Exodus 7, 19)

  • And Moses and Aaron did just as the Lord had instructed. And lifting up the staff, he struck the water of the river in the sight of Pharaoh and his servants. And it was turned into blood. (Exodus 7, 20)


“Não há nada mais inaceitável do que uma mulher caprichosa, frívola e arrogante, especialmente se é casada. Uma esposa cristã deve ser uma mulher de profunda piedade em relação a Deus, um anjo de paz na família, digna e agradável em relação ao próximo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina