Znaleziono 283 Wyniki dla: sins

  • This is why he is bound to offer sacrifices for his sins as well as for the sins of the people. (Hebrews 5, 3)

  • a priest who does not first need to offer sacrifice for himself before offering for the sins of the people, as high priests do. He offered himself in sacrifice once and for all. (Hebrews 7, 27)

  • I will forgive their sins and no longer remember their wrongs. (Hebrews 8, 12)

  • but the High Priest enters only once a year the second one, and not without bringing the blood which he will offer for himself and for the sins of the people. (Hebrews 9, 7)

  • So Christ is the mediator of a new covenant or testament. His death made atonement for the sins committed under the old testament, and the promise is handed over to all who are called to the everlasting inheritance. (Hebrews 9, 15)

  • in the same way Christ sacrificed himself once to take away the sins of the multitude. There will be no further question of sin when he comes again to save those waiting for him. (Hebrews 9, 28)

  • But no, year after year their sacrifices witness to their sins (Hebrews 10, 3)

  • and never will the blood of bulls and goats take away these sins. (Hebrews 10, 4)

  • So, whereas every priest stands daily by the altar offering repeatedly the same sacrifices that can never take away sins, (Hebrews 10, 11)

  • Christ has offered for all times a single sacrifice for sins and has taken his seat at the right hand of God, (Hebrews 10, 12)

  • He says: Their sins and evil deeds I will remember no more. (Hebrews 10, 17)

  • So, if sins are forgiven, there is no longer need of any sacrifice for sin. (Hebrews 10, 18)

“Recorramos a Jesus e não às pessoas, pois só ele nunca nos faltará.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina