Löydetty 384 Tulokset: Jews

  • while we proclaim a crucified Messiah. For the Jews, what a great scandal! And for the Greeks, what nonsense! (1 Corinthians 1, 23)

  • But he is Christ, the power of God and the wisdom of God for those called by God among both Jews and Greeks. (1 Corinthians 1, 24)

  • To save the Jews I became a Jew with the Jews, and because they are under the Law, I myself submitted to the Law, although I am free from it. (1 Corinthians 9, 20)

  • Give no offense to the Jews, or to the Greeks, or to the Church of God, (1 Corinthians 10, 32)

  • All of us, whether Jews or Greeks, slaves or free, have been baptized in one Spirit to form one body and all of us have been given to drink from the one Spirit. (1 Corinthians 12, 13)

  • Five times the Jews sentenced me to thirty-nine lashes. (2 Corinthians 11, 24)

  • I have been continually in hazards of traveling because of rivers, because of bandits, because of my fellow Jews, or because of the pagans; in danger in the city, in the open country, at sea; in danger from false brothers. (2 Corinthians 11, 26)

  • For I was more devoted to the Jewish religion than many fellow Jews of my age, and I defended the traditions of my ancestors more fanatically. (Galatians 1, 14)

  • They recognized that I have been entrusted to give the Good News to the pagan nations, just as Peter has been entrusted to give it to the Jews. (Galatians 2, 7)

  • In the same way that God made Peter the apostle of the Jews, he made me the apostle of the pagans. (Galatians 2, 8)

  • James, Peter and John acknowledged the graces God gave me. Those men who were regarded as the pillars of the Church stretched out their hand to me and Barnabas as a sign of fellowship; we would go to the pagans and they to the Jews. (Galatians 2, 9)

  • The rest of the Jews followed him in this pretense, and even Barnabas was part of this double-dealing. (Galatians 2, 13)

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