Talált 21 Eredmények: punishment

  • But when she was led out to the punishment, she sent to her father-in-law, saying: “I conceived by the man to whom these things belong. Recognize whose ring, and bracelet, and staff this is.” (Genesis 38, 25)

  • But if he survives for one day or two, he shall not be subject to punishment, because it is his money. (Exodus 21, 21)

  • The punishment of a murderer shall be based upon testimony; but no one shall be condemned upon the testimony of only one person. (Numbers 35, 30)

  • But so that you may know that you will experience these things together with them, behold, from this hour you will be associated with their people, so that, when they receive the punishment that they deserve from my sword, you will fall under the same vengeance.” (Judith 6, 6)

  • If he scourges, let him kill all at once, and not laugh at the punishment of the innocent. (Job 9, 23)

  • And, being inflamed in soul, he ordered the purple to be torn from Andronicus, and that he be led around, throughout the entire city, and that, in the same place where he had committed the impiety against Onias, the sacrilegious man should be deprived of his life, as his fitting punishment rendered by the Lord. (2 Maccabees 4, 38)

  • Therefore, those who brought the case on behalf of the city, and the people, and the sacred vessels were quickly given an unjust punishment. (2 Maccabees 4, 48)

  • For it is also an indication of great benefits that sinners are not permitted to continue in their ways for a long time, but are promptly brought to punishment. (2 Maccabees 6, 13)

  • But do not consider that you will be without punishment, for you have attempted to fight against God.” (2 Maccabees 7, 19)

  • Therefore, my brothers, having now sustained brief sorrow, have been brought under the covenant of eternal life. But, in truth, you, by the judgment of God, will be released into just punishment for your arrogance. (2 Maccabees 7, 36)

  • For swearing is not virtue, but sinning always comes around to a punishment according to the transgression of the unjust. (Wisdom of Solomon 14, 31)

  • But the same punishment afflicted the servant with the master, and the common man endured the same as the king. (Wisdom of Solomon 18, 11)

“O Coração de Jesus não deixará cair no vazio a nossa oração se ela for plena de fé e de confiança.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina