Fundar 2526 Resultados para: People

  • All our people must also learn to occupy themselves in doing good works for their practical needs, and not to be unproductive. (Titus 3, 14)

  • because I hear of the love and the faith which you have for the Lord Jesus and for all God's holy people. (Philemon 1, 5)

  • I have received much joy and encouragement by your love; you have set the hearts of God's holy people at rest. (Philemon 1, 7)

  • It was essential that he should in this way be made completely like his brothers so that he could become a compassionate and trustworthy high priest for their relationship to God, able to expiate the sins of the people. (Hebrews 2, 17)

  • It remains the case, then, that there would be some people who would reach it, and since those who first heard the good news were prevented from entering by their refusal to believe, (Hebrews 4, 6)

  • There must still be, therefore, a seventh-day rest reserved for God's people, (Hebrews 4, 9)

  • That is why he has to make sin offerings for himself as well as for the people. (Hebrews 5, 3)

  • As for those people who were once brought into the light, and tasted the gift from heaven, and received a share of the Holy Spirit, (Hebrews 6, 4)

  • God would not be so unjust as to forget all you have done, the love that you have for his name or the services you have done, and are still doing, for the holy people of God. (Hebrews 6, 10)

  • We know that any of the descendants of Levi who are admitted to the priesthood are obliged by the Law to take tithes from the people, that is, from their own brothers although they too are descended from Abraham. (Hebrews 7, 5)

  • Now if perfection had been reached through the levitical priesthood -- and this was the basis of the Law given to the people -- why was it necessary for a different kind of priest to arise, spoken of as being of the order of Melchizedek rather than of the order of Aaron? (Hebrews 7, 11)

  • he has no need to offer sacrifices every day, as the high priests do, first for their own sins and only then for those of the people; this he did once and for all by offering himself. (Hebrews 7, 27)

“O verdadeiro servo de Deus é aquele que usa a caridade para com seu próximo, que está decidido a fazer a vontade de Deus a todo custo, que vive em profunda humildade e simplicidade”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina