Talált 557 Eredmények: hands

  • You yourselves know that these hands of mine have provided for both my needs and the needs of those who were with me. (Acts 20, 34)

  • We were there some days when a prophet named Agabus came down from Judea. Coming to us, he took Paul's belt and bound his own feet and hands with it, saying, (Acts 21, 10)

  • The Jews had arrested this man and were about to kill him when I intervened with my troops and took him out of their hands, since I knew he was a Roman citizen. (Acts 23, 27)

  • On the third day the sailors with their own hands threw out the ship's gear. (Acts 27, 19)

  • It so happened that his father was in bed with fever and dysentery. Paul went to see him; he prayed and laid his hands on him and healed him. (Acts 28, 8)

  • While referring to Israel, the same Isaiah says: I hold out my hands the whole day long to a disobedient and rebellious people. (Romans 10, 21)

  • We labor, working with our hands. People insult us and we bless them, they persecute us and we endure everything; (1 Corinthians 4, 12)

  • We know that when our earthly dwelling, or rather our tent, is destroyed, we may count on a building from God, a heavenly dwelling not built by human hands, that lasts forever. (2 Corinthians 5, 1)

  • and I had to be let down in a basket through a window in the wall. In that way I slipped through his hands. (2 Corinthians 11, 33)

  • Let the one who used to steal, steal no more, but busy himself working usefully with his hands so that he may have something to share with the needy. (Ephesians 4, 28)

  • In Christ Jesus you were given a circumcision but not by human hands, which removed completely from you the carnal body: (Colossians 2, 11)

  • Consider how important it is to live quietly without bothering others, to mind your own business, and work with your hands, as we have charged you. (1 Thessalonians 4, 11)

“A pessoa que nunca medita é como alguém que nunca se olha no espelho e, assim, não se cuida e sai desarrumada. A pessoa que medita e dirige seus pensamentos a Deus, que é o espelho de sua alma, procura conhecer seus defeitos, tenta corrigi-los, modera seus impulsos e põe em ordem sua consciência.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina