Talált 343 Eredmények: wisdom

  • Give to me wisdom and understanding, so that I may enter and depart before your people. For who is able worthily to judge this, your people, who are so great?” (2 Chronicles 1, 10)

  • Then God said to Solomon: “Since this is the choice that pleased your heart, and you did not request wealth and substance and glory, nor the lives of those who hate you, nor even many days of life, since instead you requested wisdom and knowledge so that you may be able to judge my people, over whom I have appointed you as king: (2 Chronicles 1, 11)

  • wisdom and knowledge are granted to you. And I will give to you wealth and substance and glory, so that none of the kings either before you or after you will be similar to you.” (2 Chronicles 1, 12)

  • And after she saw these things, specifically, the wisdom of Solomon, and the house which he had built, (2 Chronicles 9, 3)

  • And she said to the king: “The word is true, which I had heard in my own land, about your virtues and wisdom. (2 Chronicles 9, 5)

  • I did not believe those who described it, until I had arrived and my eyes had seen, and I had proven that not even half of your wisdom had been described to me. You have exceeded your fame with your virtue. (2 Chronicles 9, 6)

  • Blessed are your men, and blessed are your servants, who stand before you at all times and listen to your wisdom. (2 Chronicles 9, 7)

  • And all the kings of the lands were desiring to see the face of Solomon, so that they might hear the wisdom that God had granted to his heart. (2 Chronicles 9, 23)

  • But as for you, Ezra, in accord with the wisdom of your God, which is in your hand, appoint judges and magistrates, so that they may judge the entire people, which is beyond the river, especially so that they may know the law of your God, but also so as to teach the ignorant freely. (Ezra 7, 25)

  • And so, all these words were pleasing before Holofernes, and before his servants, and they wondered at her wisdom, and they said to one another: (Judith 11, 18)

  • Yet, in asking my counselors how this might be able to be accomplished, one who excelled the others in wisdom and fidelity, and who was second after the king, named Haman, (Esther 6, 3)

  • But those who are left behind will be taken away from them; they will die, and not in wisdom. (Job 4, 21)

“Quem te agita e te atormenta é o demônio.Quem te consola é Deus”! São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina