Talált 536 Eredmények: death

  • When we lived as humans used to do, the Law stirred up the desires for all that is sin, and they worked in our bodies with fruits of death. (Romans 7, 5)

  • and I died. It happened that the Law of life had brought me death. (Romans 7, 10)

  • Is it possible that something good brings death to me? Of course not. This comes from Sin which may be seen as sin when it takes advantage of something good to kill: the commandment let Sin appear fully sinful. (Romans 7, 13)

  • Alas, for me! Who will free me from this being which is only death? (Romans 7, 24)

  • For, in Jesus Christ, the law of the Spirit of life has set me free from the law of sin and death. (Romans 8, 2)

  • Flesh tends towards death, while spirit aims at life and peace. (Romans 8, 6)

  • But Christ is within you; though the body is branded by death as a consequence of sin, the spirit is life and holiness. (Romans 8, 10)

  • If not, we will die. Rather, walking in the Spirit, let us put to death the body's deeds so that we may live. (Romans 8, 13)

  • for even the created world will be freed from this fate of death and share the freedom and glory of the children of God. (Romans 8, 21)

  • I am certain that neither death nor life, neither angels nor spiritual powers, neither the present nor the future, nor cosmic powers, (Romans 8, 38)

  • If the world made peace with God when they remained apart, what will it be when they are welcomed? Nothing less than a passing from death to life. (Romans 11, 15)

  • If we live, we live for the Lord, and if we die, we die for the Lord. Either in life or in death, we belong to the Lord; (Romans 14, 8)

“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