Trouvé 700 Résultats pour: Life

  • And as death is at work in us, life comes to you. (2 Corinthians 4, 12)

  • As long as we are in the field-tent, we indeed moan our unbearable fate for we do not want this clothing to be removed from us; we would rather put the other over it, that the mortal body may be absorbed by true life. (2 Corinthians 5, 4)

  • Anyway we all have to appear before the tribunal of Christ for each one to receive what he deserves for his good or evil deeds in the present life. (2 Corinthians 5, 10)

  • People can notice in our upright life, knowledge, patience and kindness, action of the Holy Spirit, sincere love, (2 Corinthians 6, 6)

  • As for me, the very Law brought me to die to the Law, that I may live for God. I am crucified with Christ. Do I live? It is no longer me, Christ lives in me. My life in this body is life through faith in the Son of God who loved me and gave himself for me. (Galatians 2, 19)

  • Yet the Law gives no place to faith, for according to it: the one who fulfills the commandments shall have life through them. (Galatians 3, 12)

  • Does the Law then compete with the promises of God? Not at all. Only if we had been given a Law capable of raising life, could righteousness be the fruit of the Law. (Galatians 3, 21)

  • The person who sows for the benefit of his own flesh shall reap corruption and death from the flesh. He who sows in the spirit shall reap eternal life from the Spirit. (Galatians 6, 8)

  • Those who are most anxious to put up a good show in life: what if the cross of Christ should bring them some trouble! (Galatians 6, 12)

  • As we were dead through our sins, he gave us life with Christ. By grace you have been saved! (Ephesians 2, 5)

  • And he raised us to life with Christ, giving us a place with him in heaven. (Ephesians 2, 6)

  • I say to you, then, and with insistence I advise you in the Lord: do not imitate the pagans who live an aimless kind of life. (Ephesians 4, 17)

“Quanto mais se caminha na vida espiritual, mais se sente a paz que se apossa de nós.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina