Löydetty 31 Tulokset: conscience

  • Did he not tell me himself, "She is my sister"? And she herself said, "He is my brother." I did this with a clear conscience and clean hands.' (Genesis 20, 5)

  • 'Yes, I know,' God replied in the dream, 'that you did this with a clear conscience and I myself prevented you from sinning against me. That was why I did not let you touch her. (Genesis 20, 6)

  • Wickedness is confessedly very cowardly, and it condemns itself; under pressure from conscience it always assumes the worst. (Wisdom of Solomon 17, 11)

  • Blessed is anyone whose conscience brings no reproach and who has never given up hope. (Ecclesiasticus 14, 2)

  • There is a person who is prevented from sinning by poverty; no qualms of conscience disturb that person's rest. (Ecclesiasticus 20, 21)

  • When they turned against him and started to insult him, he took his cloak and shook it out in front of them, saying, 'Your blood be on your own heads; from now on I will go to the gentiles with a clear conscience.' (Acts 18, 6)

  • And so on this very day I swear that my conscience is clear as far as all of you are concerned, (Acts 20, 26)

  • Paul looked steadily at the Sanhedrin and began to speak, 'My brothers, to this day I have conducted myself before God with a perfectly clear conscience.' (Acts 23, 1)

  • In these things, I, as much as they, do my best to keep a clear conscience at all times before God and everyone. (Acts 24, 16)

  • They can demonstrate the effect of the Law engraved on their hearts, to which their own conscience bears witness; since they are aware of various considerations, some of which accuse them, while others provide them with a defence . . . on the day when, (Romans 2, 15)

  • This is the truth and I am speaking in Christ, without pretence, as my conscience testifies for me in the Holy Spirit; (Romans 9, 1)

  • You must be obedient, therefore, not only because of this retribution, but also for conscience's sake. (Romans 13, 5)


“Se precisamos ter paciência para suportar os defeitos dos outros, quanto mais ainda precisamos para tolerar nossos próprios defeitos!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina