Löydetty 15 Tulokset: Sincerity

  • The bramble bush answered the trees, 'If you come in sincerity to anoint me as your king, then come near and take shelter in my shade; but if not, let fire break out of the bramble bush to devour even the cedars of Lebanon.' (Judges 9, 15)

  • Then Samuel told the Israelites, "If you turn back to Yahweh in all sincerity, get rid of the foreign gods and your Ashteroth. When you have set your heart on Yahweh and serve no one but him, he will deliver you from the Philistines." (1 Samuel 7, 3)

  • if they do repent with sincerity while in the land of their captors and pray to you, turning towards the land which you gave to their fathers, the city which you have chosen, and the House which I have built for your Name; (1 Kings 8, 48)

  • As for you, if you will live in my presence, the way your father David did, with sincerity and uprightness, doing all that I have commanded you and keeping my decrees and laws, (1 Kings 9, 4)

  • Now, Lord, I take my sister to myself in sincerity and love, not merely seeking pleasure. Have mercy on us and grant us a long life together." (Tobit 8, 7)

  • I have come to present myself to Holofernes, the general-in-chief of your army, to speak to him in all sincerity. I will show him a way by which he can advance and become master of the whole mountain without losing a single man either from injury or loss of life." (Judith 10, 13)

  • words from an upright heart, words full of knowledge and sincerity. (Job 33, 3)

  • The intelligent will verify their truth, the wise perceive their sincerity. (Proverbs 8, 9)

  • Does evil plotting not lead to ruin? Do goodness and sincerity not belong to those devoted to good? (Proverbs 14, 22)

  • There is no sincerity nor honesty. The man who turns from evil is despoiled. Yahweh has seen this and is aggrieved that justice does not exist. (Isaiah 59, 15)

  • Let us celebrate, therefore, the Passover, no longer with old yeast, which is sin and perversity; let us have unleavened bread, that is purity and sincerity. (1 Corinthians 5, 8)

  • There is something we are proud of: our conscience tells us that we have lived in this world with the openness and sincerity that comes from God. We have been guided, not by human motives, but by the grace of God, especially in relation to you. (2 Corinthians 1, 12)


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