Trouvé 75 Résultats pour: affliction

  • For how can a man benefit from all his labor and affliction of spirit, by which he has been tormented under the sun? (Ecclesiastes 2, 22)

  • God has given, to the man who is good in his sight, wisdom, and knowledge, and rejoicing. But to the sinner, he has given affliction and needless worrying, so as to add, and to gather, and to deliver, to him who has pleased God. But this, too, is emptiness and a hollow worrying of the mind. (Ecclesiastes 2, 26)

  • I have seen the affliction that God has given to the sons of men, in order that they may be occupied by it. (Ecclesiastes 3, 10)

  • “A handful with rest is better than both hands filled with labors and with affliction of the soul.” (Ecclesiastes 4, 6)

  • He is one, and he does not have a second: no son, no brother. And yet he does not cease to labor, nor are his eyes satisfied with wealth, nor does he reflect, saying: “For whom do I labor and cheat my soul of good things?” In this, too, is emptiness and a most burdensome affliction. (Ecclesiastes 4, 8)

  • The number of people, out of all who existed before these, is boundless. And those who will exist afterwards shall not rejoice in them. But this, too, is emptiness and an affliction of the spirit. (Ecclesiastes 4, 16)

  • For they are lost in a most grievous affliction. He has produced a son, who will be in the utmost destitution. (Ecclesiastes 5, 13)

  • Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the time of affliction arrives and the years draw near, about which you will say, “These do not please me.” (Ecclesiastes 12, 1)

  • You should require no more than this, my son. For there is no end to the making of many books. And excessive study is an affliction to the flesh. (Ecclesiastes 12, 12)

  • In the eyes of the foolish, they seemed to die, and their departure was considered an affliction, (Wisdom of Solomon 3, 2)

  • The affliction of an hour causes one to forget great delights, and in the end of a man is the uncovering of his works. (Ecclesiasticus 11, 29)

  • His cruel mind will store up your words; and he will not spare you from affliction, nor from prison. (Ecclesiasticus 13, 15)


“Para que se preocupar com o caminho pelo qual Jesus quer que você chegue à pátria celeste – pelo deserto ou pelo campo – quando tanto por um como por outro se chegará da mesma forma à beatitude eterna?” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina