Fondare 31 Risultati per: conscience

  • Did he not tell me himself, "She is my sister"? And she herself said, "He is my brother." I did this with a clear conscience and clean hands.' (Genesis 20, 5)

  • 'Yes, I know,' God replied in the dream, 'that you did this with a clear conscience and I myself prevented you from sinning against me. That was why I did not let you touch her. (Genesis 20, 6)

  • Wickedness is confessedly very cowardly, and it condemns itself; under pressure from conscience it always assumes the worst. (Wisdom of Solomon 17, 11)

  • Blessed is anyone whose conscience brings no reproach and who has never given up hope. (Ecclesiasticus 14, 2)

  • There is a person who is prevented from sinning by poverty; no qualms of conscience disturb that person's rest. (Ecclesiasticus 20, 21)

  • When they turned against him and started to insult him, he took his cloak and shook it out in front of them, saying, 'Your blood be on your own heads; from now on I will go to the gentiles with a clear conscience.' (Acts 18, 6)

  • And so on this very day I swear that my conscience is clear as far as all of you are concerned, (Acts 20, 26)

  • Paul looked steadily at the Sanhedrin and began to speak, 'My brothers, to this day I have conducted myself before God with a perfectly clear conscience.' (Acts 23, 1)

  • In these things, I, as much as they, do my best to keep a clear conscience at all times before God and everyone. (Acts 24, 16)

  • They can demonstrate the effect of the Law engraved on their hearts, to which their own conscience bears witness; since they are aware of various considerations, some of which accuse them, while others provide them with a defence . . . on the day when, (Romans 2, 15)

  • This is the truth and I am speaking in Christ, without pretence, as my conscience testifies for me in the Holy Spirit; (Romans 9, 1)

  • You must be obedient, therefore, not only because of this retribution, but also for conscience's sake. (Romans 13, 5)


“Que Jesus reine sempre soberano no seu coração e o faça cada vez mais digno de seus divinos dons.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina