Löydetty 228 Tulokset: sins

  • This makes him the mediator of a new covenant, so that, now that a death has occurred to redeem the sins committed under an earlier covenant, those who have been called to an eternal inheritance may receive the promise. (Hebrews 9, 15)

  • Otherwise, surely the offering of them would have stopped, because the worshippers, when they had been purified once, would have no awareness of sins. (Hebrews 10, 2)

  • But in fact the sins are recalled year after year in the sacrifices. (Hebrews 10, 3)

  • Bulls' blood and goats' blood are incapable of taking away sins, (Hebrews 10, 4)

  • Every priest stands at his duties every day, offering over and over again the same sacrifices which are quite incapable of taking away sins. (Hebrews 10, 11)

  • He, on the other hand, has offered one single sacrifice for sins, and then taken his seat for ever, at the right hand of God, (Hebrews 10, 12)

  • and I shall never more call their sins to mind, or their offences. (Hebrews 10, 17)

  • If, after we have been given knowledge of the truth, we should deliberately commit any sins, then there is no longer any sacrifice for them. (Hebrews 10, 26)

  • The prayer of faith will save the sick person and the Lord will raise him up again; and if he has committed any sins, he will be forgiven. (James 5, 15)

  • So confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another to be cured; the heartfelt prayer of someone upright works very powerfully. (James 5, 16)

  • He was bearing our sins in his own body on the cross, so that we might die to our sins and live for uprightness; through his bruises you have been healed. (1 Peter 2, 24)

  • Christ himself died once and for all for sins, the upright for the sake of the guilty, to lead us to God. In the body he was put to death, in the spirit he was raised to life, (1 Peter 3, 18)

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