Gefunden 17 Ergebnisse für: virtue

  • while all those women whose heart stirred them by virtue of their skill, spun goats' hair. (Exodus 35, 26)

  • The thigh presented and the forequarter offered, once the fat has been burnt, revert to you and your sons with you, after they have been presented before Yahweh with the gesture of offering, in virtue of a perpetual law as Yahweh has ordered.' (Leviticus 10, 15)

  • 'And you, Ezra, by virtue of the wisdom of your God, which you possess, are to appoint magistrates and scribes to administer justice for the whole people of Transeuphrates, that is, for all who know the Law of your God; and you are to teach it to those who do not know it. (Ezra 7, 25)

  • VIRTUE and integrity be my protection, for my hope, Yahweh, is in you. (Psalms 25, 21)

  • Many people who were concerned for virtue and justice went down to the desert and stayed there, (1 Maccabees 2, 29)

  • At this, fear and dread gripped the whole people. 'There is no truth or virtue in them,' they said, 'they have broken their agreement and their sworn oath.' (1 Maccabees 7, 18)

  • This was how he died, leaving his death as an example of nobility and a record of virtue not only for the young but for the greater part of the nation. (2 Maccabees 6, 31)

  • What he had seen was this: Onias, the former high priest, that paragon of men, modest of bearing and gentle of manners, suitably eloquent and trained from boyhood in the practice of every virtue -- Onias was stretching out his hands and praying for the whole Jewish community. (2 Maccabees 15, 12)

  • Better to have no children yet to have virtue, since immortality perpetuates its memory; for God and human beings both recognise it. (Wisdom of Solomon 4, 1)

  • So with us: scarcely born, we disappear; of virtue not a trace have we to show, we have spent ourselves in our own wickedness!' (Wisdom of Solomon 5, 13)

  • To know you is indeed the perfect virtue, and to know your power is the root of immortality. (Wisdom of Solomon 15, 3)

  • There are two things which grieve my heart and a third arouses my anger: a warrior wasting away through poverty, the intelligent treated with contempt, someone turning back from virtue to sin -- the Lord marks out such a person for a violent death. (Ecclesiasticus 26, 28)

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