Trouvé 583 Résultats pour: heard

  • When Barnabas and Paul heard this, they tore their garments to show their indignation and rushed into the crowd, shouting, (Acts 14, 14)

  • We have heard that some persons from among us have worried you with their discussions and troubled your peace of mind. They were not appointed by us. (Acts 15, 24)

  • The police officers reported this to the officials, who were afraid when they heard that Paul and Silas were Roman citizens. (Acts 16, 38)

  • In this way they upset the crowd and the city officials who heard them. (Acts 17, 8)

  • Epicureans and Stoic philosophers debated with him, some of them asking, "What is this babbler trying to say?" Others commented, "He sounds like a promoter of foreign gods," because he was heard to speak of Jesus and 'the Resurrection.' (Acts 17, 18)

  • When they heard Paul speak of a resurrection from death, some made fun of him, while others said, "We must hear you on this topic some other time." (Acts 17, 32)

  • As he began to speak boldly in the synagogue, Priscilla and Aquila heard him; so they took him home with them and explained to him the way more accurately. (Acts 18, 26)

  • whom he asked, "Did you receive the Holy Spirit when you became believers?" They answered, "We have not even heard that anyone may receive the Holy Spirit." (Acts 19, 2)

  • He did this for two years, so that all those who lived in the province of Asia, both Jews and non-Jews, heard the word of the Lord. (Acts 19, 10)

  • When we heard this, we, together with these people of Caesarea, begged Paul not to go up to Jerusalem. (Acts 21, 12)

  • Yet they have heard that you teach the Jews who live in pagan nations to depart from Moses, telling them not to have their sons circumcised and to renounce Jewish customs. (Acts 21, 21)

  • When they heard him speaking to them in Hebrew, they became more quiet. So he went on. (Acts 22, 2)


“Que o Espírito Santo guie a sua inteligência, faça-o descobrir a verdade escondida na Sagrada Escritura e inflame a sua vontade para praticá-la.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina