Znaleziono 387 Wyniki dla: Brothers

  • Ham, the father of Canaan, saw his father's nakedness, and he told his two brothers outside about it. (Genesis 9, 22)

  • he said: "Cursed be Caanan! The lowest of slaves shall he be to his brothers." (Genesis 9, 25)

  • he said, "I beg you, my brothers, not to do this wicked thing. (Genesis 19, 7)

  • "Let peoples serve you, and nations pay you homage; Be master of your brothers, and may your mother's sons bow down to you. Cursed be those who curse you, and blessed be those who bless you." (Genesis 27, 29)

  • Then Shechem, too, appealed to Dinah's father and brothers: "Do me this favor, and I will pay whatever you demand of me. (Genesis 34, 11)

  • On the third day, while they were still in pain, Dinah's full brothers Simeon and Levi, two of Jacob's sons, took their swords, advanced against the city without any trouble, and massacred all the males. (Genesis 34, 25)

  • This is his family history. When Joseph was seventeen years old, he was tending the flocks with his brothers; he was an assistant to the sons of his father's wives Bilhah and Zilpah, and he brought his father bad reports about them. (Genesis 37, 2)

  • When his brothers saw that their father loved him best of all his sons, they hated him so much that they would not even greet him. (Genesis 37, 4)

  • Once Joseph had a dream, which he told to his brothers: (Genesis 37, 5)

  • "Are you really going to make yourself king over us?" his brothers asked him. "Or impose your rule on us?" So they hated him all the more because of his talk about his dreams. (Genesis 37, 8)

  • Then he had another dream, and this one, too, he told to his brothers. "I had another dream," he said; "this time, the sun and the moon and eleven stars were bowing down to me." (Genesis 37, 9)

  • When he also told it to his father, his father reproved him. "What is the meaning of this dream of yours?" he asked. "Can it be that I and your mother and your brothers are to come and bow to the ground before you?" (Genesis 37, 10)

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