Fondare 28 Risultati per: border

  • But the three hundred men kept blowing the horns, and throughout the camp the LORD set the sword of one against another. The army fled as far as Beth-shittah in the direction of Zarethan, near the border of Abel-meholah at Tabbath. (Judges 7, 22)

  • The cows went straight for the route to Beth-shemesh and continued along this road, mooing as they went, without turning right or left. The Philistine lords followed them as far as the border of Beth-shemesh. (1 Samuel 6, 12)

  • Solomon ruled over all the kingdoms from the River to the land of the Philistines, down to the border of Egypt; they paid Solomon tribute and were his vassals as long as he lived. (1 Kings 5, 1)

  • Meanwhile, all Moab heard that the kings had come to give them battle; every man capable of bearing arms was called up and stationed at the border. (2 Kings 3, 21)

  • He was ruler over all the kings from the River to the land of the Philistines and down to the border of Egypt. (2 Chronicles 9, 26)

  • You gave them kingdoms and peoples, which you divided up among them as border lands. They possessed the land of Sihon, king of Heshbon, and the land of Og, king of Bashan. (Nehemiah 9, 22)

  • He devastated Put and Lud, and plundered all the Rassisites and the Ishmaelites on the border of the desert toward the south of Chaldea. (Judith 2, 23)

  • He also fortified Joppa by the sea and Gazara on the border of Azotus, a place previously occupied by the enemy; these cities he resettled with Jews, and furnished them with all that was necessary for their restoration. (1 Maccabees 14, 34)

  • When he has leveled the surface, does he not scatter gith and sow cumin, Put in wheat and barley, with spelt as its border? (Isaiah 28, 25)

  • The border before each of the cells on both sides was one cubit; the cells themselves were six cubits on either side, from opening to opening. (Ezekiel 40, 12)

  • He said to me, "The north and south chambers which border on the free area are the sanctuary chambers; here the priests who draw near to the LORD shall eat the most sacred meals, and here they shall keep the most sacred offerings: cereal offerings, sin offerings, and guilt offerings; for it is a holy place. (Ezekiel 42, 13)

  • Berothah, and Sibraim, along the frontiers of Hamath and Damascus, to Hazar-enon which is on the border of the Hauran. (Ezekiel 47, 16)


“Não sejamos mesquinhos com Deus que tanto nos enriquece.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina