Found 35 Results for: Advantage

  • As long as Moses kept his arms raised, Israel had the advantage; when he let his arms fall, the advantage went to Amalek. (Exodus 17, 11)

  • Jonathan spoke highly of David to Saul his father and said, 'The king should not harm his servant David; far from harming you, what he has done has been greatly to your advantage. (1 Samuel 19, 4)

  • The messenger replied to David, 'Their men had won an initial advantage and then came out to engage us in the open. We then drove them back into the gateway, (2 Samuel 11, 23)

  • In the royal presence, Harbona, one of the officers, said, 'There is that fifty-cubit gallows, too, which Haman ran up for Mordecai, who spoke up to the king's great advantage. It is all ready at his house.' 'Hang him on it,' said the king. (Esther 7, 9)

  • of the sacred spirits of the earth.' They only take advantage of all who love them. (Psalms 16, 3)

  • I said, 'Never let them gloat over me, do not let them take advantage of me if my foot slips.' (Psalms 38, 16)

  • Even my trusted friend on whom I relied, who shared my table, takes advantage of me. (Psalms 41, 9)

  • and was approaching the watercourse with his troops when Timotheus told the commanders of his army, 'If he crosses first we shall not be able to resist him, because he will have a great advantage over us; (1 Maccabees 5, 40)

  • but if he is afraid and camps on the other side of the stream, we shall cross over to him and the advantage will then be ours.' (1 Maccabees 5, 41)

  • Arriving in Jerusalem and posing as a man of peace, this man waited until the holy day of the Sabbath and then, taking advantage of the Jews as they rested from work, ordered his men to parade fully armed; (2 Maccabees 5, 25)

  • As for the matters he decided to refer to the king, consider them carefully and send someone without delay, if we are to interpret them to your advantage, because we are leaving for Antioch. (2 Maccabees 11, 36)

  • The foreigners in Judaea, who had fled before Judas, flocked to join Nicanor, thinking that the misfortunes and troubles of the Jews would be to their own advantage. (2 Maccabees 14, 14)

“Menosprezai vossas tentações e não vos demoreis nelas. Imaginai estar na presença de Jesus. O crucificado se lança em vossos braços e mora no vosso coração. Beijai-Lhe a chaga do lado, dizendo: ‘Aqui está minha esperança; a fonte viva da minha felicidade. Seguro-vos, ó Jesus, e não me aparto de vós, até que me tenhais posto a salvo’”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina