Löydetty 689 Tulokset: life

  • "Learn then that I, I alone, am God, and there is no god besides me. It is I who bring both death and life, I who inflict wounds and heal them, and from my hand there is no rescue. (Deuteronomy 32, 39)

  • For this is no trivial matter for you; rather, it means your very life, since it is by this means that you are to enjoy a long life on the land which you will cross the Jordan to occupy." (Deuteronomy 32, 47)

  • That day the LORD exalted Joshua in the sight of all Israel, and thenceforth during his whole life they respected him as they had respected Moses. (Joshua 4, 14)

  • for my father fought for you at the risk of his life when he saved you from the power of Midian; (Judges 9, 17)

  • When I saw that you would not effect a rescue, I took my life in my own hand and went on to the Ammonites, and the LORD delivered them into my power. Why, then, do you come up against me this day to fight with me?" (Judges 12, 3)

  • "The LORD puts to death and gives life; he casts down to the nether world; he raises up again. (1 Samuel 2, 6)

  • (By the time David finished speaking with Saul, Jonathan had become as fond of David as if his life depended on him; he loved him as he loved himself. (1 Samuel 18, 1)

  • When he took his life in his hands and slew the Philistine, and the LORD brought about a great victory for all Israel through him, you were glad to see it. Why, then, should you become guilty of shedding innocent blood by killing David without cause?" (1 Samuel 19, 5)

  • David fled from the sheds near Ramah, and went to Jonathan. "What have I done?" he asked him. "What crime or what offense does your father hold against me that he seeks my life?" (1 Samuel 20, 1)

  • Stay with me. Fear nothing; he that seeks your life must seek my life also. You are under my protection." (1 Samuel 22, 23)

  • David was apprehensive because Saul had come out to seek his life; but while he was at Horesh in the barrens near Ziph, (1 Samuel 23, 15)

  • Look here at this end of your mantle which I hold. Since I cut off an end of your mantle and did not kill you, see and be convinced that I plan no harm and no rebellion. I have done you no wrong, though you are hunting me down to take my life. (1 Samuel 24, 12)

“É sempre necessário ir para a frente, nunca para trás, na vida espiritual. O barco que pára em vez de ir adiante é empurrado para trás pelo vento.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina