Löydetty 176 Tulokset: John

  • But a man ran and reached Gazara before them, informing John that his father and brothers had been killed. And he added, "He has also sent some people to kill you." (1 Maccabees 16, 21)

  • John was shocked by the news. So he arrested the men who had been sent to kill him and put them to death, for he knew that they had come with this purpose. (1 Maccabees 16, 22)

  • The rest of the deeds of John, his battles, his exploits, the walls he built and all his other achievements (1 Maccabees 16, 23)

  • He suppressed the privileges that kings had granted to the Jews through John, the father of Eupolemus, who had established friendship and an alliance between the Romans and the Jews. He overthrew lawful institutions and introduced new customs contrary to the Law. (2 Maccabees 4, 11)

  • John and Absalom, your envoys, have delivered to us your written petitions, asking us to respond. (2 Maccabees 11, 17)

  • In the course of time John the Baptist appeared in the desert of Judea and began to proclaim his message, (Matthew 3, 1)

  • John had a leather garment around his waist and wore a cloak of camel's hair; his food was locusts and wild honey. (Matthew 3, 4)

  • At that time Jesus arrived from Galilee and came to John at the Jordan to be baptized by him. (Matthew 3, 13)

  • But John tried to prevent him, and said, "How is it you come to me: I should be baptized by you!" (Matthew 3, 14)

  • But Jesus answered him, "Let it be like that for now that we may fulfill the right order." John agreed. (Matthew 3, 15)

  • When Jesus heard that John had been arrested, he withdrew into Galilee. (Matthew 4, 12)

  • He went on from there and saw two other brothers, James, the son of Zebedee, and his brother John in a boat with their father Zebedee, mending their nets. Jesus called them. (Matthew 4, 21)

“Quando ofendemos a justiça de Deus, apelamos à Sua misericórdia. Mas se ofendemos a Sua misericórdia, a quem podemos apelar? Ofender o Pai que nos ama e insultar quem nos auxilia é um pecado pelo qual seremos severamente julgados.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina