Talált 202 Eredmények: grace

  • Yet truly, Noah found grace before the Lord. (Genesis 6, 8)

  • And he said: “If I, O lord, have found grace in your eyes, do not pass by your servant. (Genesis 18, 3)

  • though your servant has found grace before you, and you have magnified your mercy, which you have shown to me in saving my life, I cannot be saved on the mountain, lest perhaps some misfortune take hold of me and I die. (Genesis 19, 19)

  • Laban said to him: “May I find grace in your sight. I have learned by experience that God has blessed me because of you. (Genesis 30, 27)

  • If, therefore, I have found favor in your sight, show your face to me, so that I may know you and may find grace before your eyes. Look favorably on your people, this nation.” (Exodus 33, 13)

  • For how will we be able to know, I and your people, that we have found grace in your sight, unless you walk with us, so that we may be glorified out of all the people who live upon the earth?” (Exodus 33, 16)

  • Then the Lord said to Moses: “This word also, which you have spoken, I will do. For you have found grace before me, and I have known you by name.” (Exodus 33, 17)

  • he said: “If I have found grace in your sight, O Lord, I beg you to walk with us, (for the people are stiff-necked) and take away our iniquities and our sin, and so possess us.” (Exodus 34, 9)

  • But if it seems to you otherwise, I beg you to put me to death, and so may I find grace in your eyes, lest I be afflicted with such evils.” (Numbers 11, 15)

  • And he said: “If I have found grace before you, give me a sign that it is you who is speaking to me. (Judges 6, 17)

  • And she said, “I wish that your handmaid may find grace in your eyes.” And the woman went on her way, and she ate, and her countenance was no longer changed for the worse. (1 Samuel 1, 18)

  • And falling to the ground upon his face, Joab reverenced, and he blessed the king. And Joab said: “Today your servant has understood that I have found grace in your sight, my lord the king. For you have accomplished the word of your servant.” (2 Samuel 14, 22)


“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