Talált 13 Eredmények: sustain

  • Isaac replied to Esau, 'I have already made him your master; I have given him all his brothers as servants, I have given him grain and wine to sustain him. So what can I do for you, son?' (Genesis 27, 37)

  • "In any case of homicide, the evidence of witnesses will determine whether the killer must be put to death; but a single witness is not enough to sustain a capital charge. (Numbers 35, 30)

  • 'A single witness will not suffice to convict anyone of a crime or offence of any kind; whatever the misdemeanour, the evidence of two witnesses or three is required to sustain the charge. (Deuteronomy 19, 15)

  • 'If our master will be pleased to listen to us, his forces will not sustain a single wound. (Judith 7, 9)

  • For we have been handed over, my people and I, to destruction, slaughter and annihilation; had we merely been sold as slaves and servant-girls, I should not have said anything; but in the present case, it will be beyond the persecutor's means to make good the loss that the king is about to sustain.' (Esther 7, 4)

  • Give me back the joy of your salvation, sustain in me a generous spirit. (Psalms 51, 12)

  • But now God is coming to my help, the Lord, among those who sustain me. (Psalms 54, 4)

  • Unload your burden onto Yahweh and he will sustain you; never will he allow the upright to stumble. (Psalms 55, 22)

  • They are not remarkable for their culture or judgement, nor are they found frequenting the philosophers. They sustain the structure of the world, and their prayer is concerned with their trade. (Ecclesiasticus 38, 34)

  • to extend his dominion in boundless peace, over the throne of David and over his kingdom to make it secure and sustain it in fair judgement and integrity. From this time onwards and for ever, the jealous love of Yahweh Sabaoth will do this. (Isaiah 9, 6)

  • If he does not listen, take one or two others along with you: whatever the misdemeanour, the evidence of two or three witnesses is required to sustain the charge. (Matthew 18, 16)

  • then it is not for you to consider yourself superior to the other branches; and if you start feeling proud, think: it is not you that sustain the root, but the root that sustains you. (Romans 11, 18)


“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