Talált 195 Eredmények: joy

  • Now the Lord God had planted a Paradise of enjoyment from the beginning. In it, he placed the man whom he had formed. (Genesis 2, 8)

  • And a river went forth from the place of enjoyment so as to irrigate Paradise, which is divided from there into four heads. (Genesis 2, 10)

  • Thus, the Lord God brought the man, and put him into the Paradise of enjoyment, so that it would be attended and preserved by him. (Genesis 2, 15)

  • And so the Lord God sent him away from the Paradise of enjoyment, in order to work the earth from which he was taken. (Genesis 3, 23)

  • And he cast out Adam. And in front of the Paradise of enjoyment, he placed the Cherubim with a flaming sword, turning together, to guard the way to the tree of life. (Genesis 3, 24)

  • And entering to her, he said, “Permit me to join with you.” For he did not know her to be his daughter-in-law. And she responded, “What will you give to me, to enjoy me as a concubine?” (Genesis 38, 16)

  • Whatever man will have made anything similar, so as to thoroughly enjoy its smell, he shall perish from his people.” (Exodus 30, 38)

  • In that place, without any need, you shall eat your bread and enjoy an abundance of all things: where the stones are like iron, and where ore for brass is dug out of its mountains. (Deuteronomy 8, 9)

  • For seven days you shall celebrate feasts to the Lord your God in the place which the Lord will choose. And the Lord your God will bless you in all your crops, and in every work of your hands. And you shall be joyful. (Deuteronomy 16, 15)

  • You will conceive sons and daughters, and you will not enjoy them. For they will be led into captivity. (Deuteronomy 28, 41)

  • Because you did not serve the Lord your God, with gladness and a joyful heart, over the abundance of all things. (Deuteronomy 28, 47)

  • And to Naphtali he said: “Naphtali shall enjoy abundance, and he shall be full of the blessings of the Lord. He shall possess the sea and the Meridian.” (Deuteronomy 33, 23)

“Devemos odiar os nossos pecados, visto que o amor ao Senhor significa paz”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina