Talált 666 Eredmények: Word

  • when he received glory and honor from God the Father, when from the magnificent Glory this most extraordinary word came upon him: "This is my beloved Son, this is my Chosen One." (2 Peter 1, 17)

  • Indeed, they deliberately ignore that in the beginning the heavens existed first and earth appeared from the water, taking its form by the word of God. (2 Peter 3, 5)

  • By the same word of God, this world perished in the Flood. (2 Peter 3, 6)

  • Likewise, the Word of God maintains the present heavens and earth until their destruction by fire; they are kept for the Day of Judgment when the godless will be destroyed. (2 Peter 3, 7)

  • This is what has been from the beginning, and what we have heard and have seen with our own eyes, what we have looked at and touched with our hands, I mean the Word who is Life... (1 John 1, 1)

  • If we say that we do not sin, we make God a liar, his word is not in us. (1 John 1, 10)

  • But if you keep his word, God's love is made complete in you. This is how we know that we are in him: (1 John 2, 5)

  • My dear friends, I am not writing you a new commandment, but reminding you of an old one, one you had from the beginning. This old commandment is the word you have heard. (1 John 2, 7)

  • Fathers, I write to you because you know him who is from the beginning. Young men, I write to you because you are strong and the Word of God lives in you who have indeed overcome the Evil One. (1 John 2, 14)

  • who reports everything he saw, for this is the word of God and the declaration of Jesus Christ. (Revelation 1, 2)

  • I, John, your brother, who share with you, in Jesus, the sufferings, the kingdom and the patient endurance, was on the island of Patmos, because of the Word of God and witnessing to Jesus. (Revelation 1, 9)

  • I know your worth; I have opened a door before you, which nobody can close, because you have kept my Word and not renounced me, in spite of your lack of power. (Revelation 3, 8)


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