Löydetty 394 Tulokset: Temple

  • They said this because earlier they had seen Trophimus, an Ephesian, with Paul in the city and they thought that Paul had taken him into the Temple. (Acts 21, 29)

  • Then turmoil spread through the whole city. People came running from all sides. They seized Paul and dragged him outside the Temple. At once the gates were shut. (Acts 21, 30)

  • On my return to Jerusalem I was praying in the Temple, when I fell into a trance (Acts 22, 17)

  • He even tried to profane the Temple, so we seized him. We would have judged him according to our law, (Acts 24, 6)

  • and that they did not find me disputing with anyone or inciting the people, either in the Temple or in the synagogues or in the city. (Acts 24, 12)

  • On that occasion, they found me in the Temple; I had been purified according to the Law and there was no crowd or commotion. Yet all began with some Jews from Asia (Acts 24, 18)

  • Paul defended himself from all these saying, "I have not committed any offense against the Law of the Jews, or against the Temple or against Caesar." (Acts 25, 8)

  • I was carrying out this mission when the Jews arrested me in the Temple and tried to kill me. But with the help of God, I still stand here today to give my testimony both to the great and the small. (Acts 26, 21)

  • Do you not know that you are God's temple, and that God's Spirit abides within you? (1 Corinthians 3, 16)

  • If anyone destroys the temple of God, God will destroy him. God's temple is holy, and you are this temple. (1 Corinthians 3, 17)

  • Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit within you, given by God? You belong no longer to yourselves. (1 Corinthians 6, 19)

  • What if others with an unformed conscience see you, a person of knowledge, sitting at the table in the temple of idols? Will not their weak conscience, because of your example, move them to eat also? (1 Corinthians 8, 10)

“Se você fala das próprias virtudes para se exibir ou para vã ostentação perde todo o mérito.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina