Löydetty 42 Tulokset: Synagogue

  • He moved on from there and went to their synagogue; (Matthew 12, 9)

  • and, coming to his home town, he taught the people in their synagogue in such a way that they were astonished and said, 'Where did the man get this wisdom and these miraculous powers? (Matthew 13, 54)

  • They went as far as Capernaum, and at once on the Sabbath he went into the synagogue and began to teach. (Mark 1, 21)

  • And at once in their synagogue there was a man with an unclean spirit, and he shouted, (Mark 1, 23)

  • And at once on leaving the synagogue, he went with James and John straight to the house of Simon and Andrew. (Mark 1, 29)

  • Another time he went into the synagogue, and there was a man present whose hand was withered. (Mark 3, 1)

  • Then the president of the synagogue came up, named Jairus, and seeing him, fell at his feet (Mark 5, 22)

  • While he was still speaking some people arrived from the house of the president of the synagogue to say, 'Your daughter is dead; why put the Master to any further trouble?' (Mark 5, 35)

  • But Jesus overheard what they said and he said to the president of the synagogue, 'Do not be afraid; only have faith.' (Mark 5, 36)

  • So they came to the house of the president of the synagogue, and Jesus noticed all the commotion, with people weeping and wailing unrestrainedly. (Mark 5, 38)

  • With the coming of the Sabbath he began teaching in the synagogue, and most of them were astonished when they heard him. They said, 'Where did the man get all this? What is this wisdom that has been granted him, and these miracles that are worked through him? (Mark 6, 2)

  • He came to Nazara, where he had been brought up, and went into the synagogue on the Sabbath day as he usually did. He stood up to read, (Luke 4, 16)

“É difícil tornar-se santo. Difícil, mas não impossível. A estrada da perfeição é longa, tão longa quanto a vida de cada um. O consolo é o repouso no decorrer do caminho. Mas, apenas restauradas as forças, é necessário levantar-se rapidamente e retomar a viagem!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina