I never heard of chickens eating pebbles, observed Sapphira with a frown.
Her eyes were so blue that but for the association he would have called her Sapphira.
What a fine opportunity was afforded on this occasion to Sapphira, for fulfilling the high but difficult duties of her situation!
But Sapphira was "hardened through the deceitfulness of sin."
When he was buried, his wife Sapphira came, and knew not how it had befallen her husband.
Lysias told all save his meeting with Sapphira, and the procurator listened.
In the banquet room and in the balconies get thou speech with this Sapphira.
Away behind him in the palace, in the room where he had met her, sat Sapphira.
In the dormitory Kezia, Sapphira and the youngest of their brothers were sleeping hard.
I do also retain some proprietorship in a certain pair of eyes which are like Sapphira's.
beautiful, the wife of Ananias (q.v.). She was a partner in his guilt and also in his punishment (Acts 5:1-11).