Encontrados 24 resultados para: Piety

  • And, so that you may more clearly understand what we are saying: Haman the son of Hammedatha, a Macedonian both in mind and ancestry, and foreign to Persian blood, and with his cruelty contaminating our piety, was accepted by us as a sojourner. (Esther 13, 10)

  • Therefore, when the holy city was inhabited with all peace, and also the laws were still being kept very well because of the piety of Onias, the high priest, and the hatred that his soul held for evil, (2 Maccabees 3, 1)

  • and because he considered that those who had fallen asleep with piety had great grace stored up for them. (2 Maccabees 12, 45)

  • nor with the impious about piety, nor with the dishonest about honesty, nor with the field worker about other kinds of work, (Ecclesiasticus 37, 13)

  • But the Lord has made all things, and he has given wisdom to those who act with piety. (Ecclesiasticus 43, 37)

  • And he guided his heart toward the Lord. And during the days of sinners, he strengthened piety. (Ecclesiasticus 49, 4)

  • And the Spirit of the Lord will rest upon him: the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of counsel and fortitude, the spirit of knowledge and piety. (Isaiah 11, 2)

  • For your name will be given to you by God for eternity: the peace of justice and the honor of piety. (Baruch 5, 4)

  • for kings, and for all who are in high places, so that we may lead a quiet and tranquil life in all piety and chastity. (1 Timothy 2, 2)

  • but in a manner proper for women who are professing piety by means of good works. (1 Timothy 2, 10)

  • And it is clearly great, this mystery of piety, which was manifested in the flesh, which was justified in the Spirit, which has appeared to Angels, which has been preached to the Gentiles, which is believed in the world, which has been taken up in glory. (1 Timothy 3, 16)

  • But avoid the silly fables of old women. And exercise yourself so as to advance in piety. (1 Timothy 4, 7)


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