Trouvé 115 Résultats pour: Wickedness

  • Yahweh saw that human wickedness was great on earth and that human hearts contrived nothing but wicked schemes all day long. (Genesis 6, 5)

  • You are not going into their country to take possession because of any right behaviour or uprightness on your part; rather, it is because of their wickedness that Yahweh is dispossessing these nations for you, and also to keep the pact which he swore to your ancestors, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. (Deuteronomy 9, 5)

  • Remember your servants, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; take no notice of this people's stubbornness, their wickedness, and their sin, (Deuteronomy 9, 27)

  • Fear none but Yahweh, and serve him faithfully with all your heart, bearing in mind the wonder which he has just performed. But, if you persist in wickedness, you and your king will perish.' (1 Samuel 12, 24)

  • (As the old proverb says: Wickedness comes out of wicked people, but I shall never lay a hand on you!) (1 Samuel 24, 14)

  • When David heard that Nabal was dead, he said, 'Blessed be Yahweh for having defended my cause over the insult which I received from Nabal, and for having restrained his servant from doing wrong! Yahweh has made Nabal's wickedness rebound on his own head!' (1 Samuel 25, 39)

  • Yahweh has paid you back for all the spilt blood of the House of Saul whose sovereignty you have usurped; and Yahweh has transferred the sovereign power to Absalom your son. Now your wickedness has overtaken you, man of blood that you are.' (2 Samuel 16, 8)

  • The king then said to Shimei, 'You know well all the evil you did to my father David. Yahweh is about to bring your wickedness down on your own head. (1 Kings 2, 44)

  • Do not pardon their wickedness, may their sin never be erased before you, for they have insulted the builders to their face! (Nehemiah 3, 37)

  • As soon as you have buried your mother next to me, go the same day, whenever it may be, and do not linger in this country where I see wickedness and perfidy unashamedly triumphant. Consider, my child, all the things done by Nadab to his foster-father Ahikar. Was not Ahikar forced to go underground, though still a living man? But God mad e the criminal pay for his outrage before his victim's eyes, since Ahikar came back to the light of day, while Nadab went down to everlasting darkness in punishment for plotting against Ahikar's life. Because of his good works Ahikar escaped the deadly snare Nadab had laid for him, and Nadab fell into it to his own ruin. (Tobit 14, 10)

  • So, my children, you see what comes of almsgiving, and what wickedness leads to, I mean to death. But now breath fails me.' They laid him back on his bed; he died and was buried with honour. (Tobit 14, 11)

  • All the while they did not sin before their God, prosperity was theirs, for they have a God who hates wickedness. (Judith 5, 17)

“Aquele que procura a vaidade das roupas não conseguirá jamais se revestir com a vida de Jesus Cristo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina