Talált 850 Eredmények: time

  • Scripture says: At the favorable time I listened to you, on the day of salvation I helped you. This is the favorable time, this is the day of salvation. (2 Corinthians 6, 2)

  • Are they ministers of Christ? (I begin to talk like a madman) I am better than they. Better than they with my numerous labors. Better than they with the time spent in prison. The beatings I received are beyond comparison. How many times have I found myself in danger of death! (2 Corinthians 11, 23)

  • For the third time I plan to visit you, and I will not be a burden to you, for I am not interested in what you have but only in you. Children should not have to collect money for their parents, but the parents for their children. (2 Corinthians 12, 14)

  • Before the time of faith had come, the Law confined us and kept us in custody until the time in which faith would show up. (Galatians 3, 23)

  • He is subject to those who care for him and who are entrusted with his affairs until the time set by his father comes. (Galatians 4, 2)

  • But when the fullness of time came, God sent his Son. He came born of woman and subject to the Law, (Galatians 4, 4)

  • I fear I may have wasted my time with you. (Galatians 4, 11)

  • But as at that time the child born according to the flesh persecuted Isaac, who was born according to the spirit, so is it now. (Galatians 4, 29)

  • Let us do good without being discouraged; in due time we shall reap the reward of our constancy. (Galatians 6, 9)

  • So while there is time, let us do good to all and especially to our family in the faith. (Galatians 6, 10)

  • In him and under him God wanted to unite, when the fullness of time had come, everything in heaven and on earth. (Ephesians 1, 10)

  • All of us belonged to them at one time and we followed human greed; we obeyed the urges of our human nature and consented to its desires. By ourselves, we went straight to the judgment like the rest of humankind. (Ephesians 2, 3)


“Queira o dulcíssimo Jesus conservar-nos na Sua graça e dar-nos a felicidade de sermos admitidos, quando Ele quiser, no eterno convívio…” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina