Encontrados 14 resultados para: virtue

  • And thus this man died, leaving his death for an example of a noble courage, and a memorial of virtue, not only unto young men, but unto all his nation. (2 Maccabees 6, 31)

  • Now the sun being newly risen, they joined both together; the one part having together with their virtue their refuge also unto the Lord for a pledge of their success and victory: the other side making their rage leader of their battle (2 Maccabees 10, 28)

  • And this was his vision: That Onias, who had been high priest, a virtuous and a good man, reverend in conversation, gentle in condition, well spoken also, and exercised from a child in all points of virtue, holding up his hands prayed for the whole body of the Jews. (2 Maccabees 15, 12)

  • Better it is to have no children, and to have virtue: for the memorial thereof is immortal: because it is known with God, and with men. (Wisdom of Solomon 4, 1)

  • Even so we in like manner, as soon as we were born, began to draw to our end, and had no sign of virtue to shew; but were consumed in our own wickedness. (Wisdom of Solomon 5, 13)

  • But if they were astonished at their power and virtue, let them understand by them, how much mightier he is that made them. (Wisdom of Solomon 13, 4)

  • The fire had power in the water, forgetting his own virtue: and the water forgat his own quenching nature. (Wisdom of Solomon 19, 20)

  • Was not the water made sweet with wood, that the virtue thereof might be known? (Ecclesiasticus 38, 5)

  • And Jesus, immediately knowing in himself that virtue had gone out of him, turned him about in the press, and said, Who touched my clothes? (Mark 5, 30)

  • And the whole multitude sought to touch him: for there went virtue out of him, and healed [them] all. (Luke 6, 19)

  • And Jesus said, Somebody hath touched me: for I perceive that virtue is gone out of me. (Luke 8, 46)

  • Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things [are] honest, whatsoever things [are] just, whatsoever things [are] pure, whatsoever things [are] lovely, whatsoever things [are] of good report; if [there be] any virtue, and if [there be] any praise, think on these things. (Philippians 4, 8)


“A prática das bem-aventuranças não requer atos de heroísmo, mas a aceitação simples e humilde das várias provações pelas quais a pessoa passa.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina