Trouvé 334 Résultats pour: night

  • Therefore the soldiers, taking Paul according to their orders, brought him by night to Antipatris. (Acts 23, 31)

  • It is the Promise that our twelve tribes, worshiping night and day, hope to see. About this hope, O king, I am accused by the Jews. (Acts 26, 7)

  • For an Angel of God, who is assigned to me and whom I serve, stood beside me this night, (Acts 27, 23)

  • Then, after the fourteenth night arrived, as we were navigating in the sea of Adria, about the middle of the night, the sailors believed that they saw some portion of the land. (Acts 27, 27)

  • The night has passed, and the day draws near. Therefore, let us cast aside the works of darkness, and be clothed with the armor of light. (Romans 13, 12)

  • For I have received from the Lord what I have also delivered to you: that the Lord Jesus, on the same night that he was handed over, took bread, (1 Corinthians 11, 23)

  • Three times, I was beaten with rods. One time, I was stoned. Three times, I was shipwrecked. For a night and a day, I was in the depths of the sea. (2 Corinthians 11, 25)

  • For you remember, brothers, our hardship and weariness. We preached the Gospel of God among you, working night and day, so that we would not be burdensome to any of you. (1 Thessalonians 2, 9)

  • For night and day, ever more abundantly, we are praying that we may see your face, and that we may complete those things that are lacking in your faith. (1 Thessalonians 3, 10)

  • For you yourselves thoroughly understand that the day of the Lord shall arrive much like a thief in the night. (1 Thessalonians 5, 2)

  • For those who sleep, sleep in the night; and those who are inebriated, are inebriated in the night. (1 Thessalonians 5, 7)

  • Nor did we eat bread from anyone for free, but rather, we worked night and day, in hardship and weariness, so as not to be burdensome to you. (2 Thessalonians 3, 8)


“Que Jesus o aperte sempre mais ao Seu divino coração. Que Ele o alivie no sofrimento e lhe dê o abraço final no Paraíso.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina