Talált 243 Eredmények: Disciples

  • But when his disciples gathered around him, he stood up and returned to the town. And the next day he left for Derbe with Barnabas. (Acts 14, 20)

  • After proclaiming the gospel in that town and making many disciples, they returned to Lystra and Iconium and on to Antioch. (Acts 14, 21)

  • They were strengthening the disciples and encouraging them to remain firm in the faith, for they said, "We must go through many trials to enter the Kingdom of God." (Acts 14, 22)

  • They spent a fairly long time there with the disciples. (Acts 14, 28)

  • So why do you want to put God to the test? Why do you lay on the disciples a burden that neither our ancestors nor we ourselves were able to carry? (Acts 15, 10)

  • Paul stayed on with the disciples in Corinth for many days; he then left them and sailed off with Priscilla and Aquila for Syria. And as he was no longer under a vow he had taken, he shaved his head before sailing from Cenchreae. (Acts 18, 18)

  • After spending some time there, he left and traveled from place to place through Galatia and Phrygia, strengthening the disciples. (Acts 18, 23)

  • As Apollos wished to go to Achaia, the believers encouraged him and wrote to the disciples there to welcome him. When he arrived, he greatly strengthened those who, by God's grace, had become believers, (Acts 18, 27)

  • While Apollos was in Corinth, Paul traveled through the interior of the country and came to Ephesus. There he found some disciples (Acts 19, 1)

  • Some of them, instead of believing, grew obstinate and criticized the way publicly. So Paul departed from them and took the disciples with him. He taught daily in the lecture hall of a certain Tyrannus, from eleven to four in the afternoon. (Acts 19, 9)

  • Paul wished to face this crowd, but the disciples would not let him. (Acts 19, 30)

  • After the uproar died down, Paul called his disciples together to encourage them. Then he said goodbye and set out on his journey to Macedonia. (Acts 20, 1)

“Não nos preocupemos quando Deus põe à prova a nossa fidelidade. Confiemo-nos à Sua vontade; é o que podemos fazer. Deus nos libertará, consolará e enorajará.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina