Löydetty 83 Tulokset: feel

  • Ephraim's men will be like heroes and feel joyful as if warmed by wine. Their children will rejoice on seeing it; their hearts will exult in Yahweh. (Zechariah 10, 7)

  • Yahweh will first save the towns and villages of Judah so that David's people and the inhabitants of Jerusalem will not feel more important than the rest of Judah. (Zechariah 12, 7)

  • "I feel sorry for these people because they have been with me for three days and now have nothing to eat. (Mark 8, 2)

  • but I have a baptism to undergo and what anguish I feel until it is over! (Luke 12, 50)

  • You feel sorrowful now, but I will see you again, and your hearts will rejoice. And no one will take your joy from you. (John 16, 22)

  • I now feel sure that none of you among whom I have gone about proclaiming the Kingdom of God will ever see me again. (Acts 20, 25)

  • I would like to harvest some fruits among you, as I have done among other nations. Whether Greeks or foreigners, cultured or ignorant, I feel under obligation to all. (Romans 1, 14)

  • But suppose you call yourself a Jew: you have the Law as foundation and feel proud of your God. (Romans 2, 17)

  • You feel proud of the Law, yet you do not obey it, and you dishonor your God. (Romans 2, 23)

  • Not only that, we feel secure even in trials, knowing that trials produce patience, (Romans 5, 3)

  • Not only that; we feel secure in God because of Christ Jesus, our Lord, through whom we have been reconciled. (Romans 5, 11)

  • When you were slaves of sin, you did not feel under obligation to righteousness, (Romans 6, 20)

“Padre, eu não acredito no inferno – falou um penitente. Padre Pio disse: Acreditará quando for para lá?” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina