Talált 557 Eredmények: hands

  • Then little children were brought to Jesus that he might lay his hands on them with a prayer. But the disciples scolded those who brought them. (Matthew 19, 13)

  • So Jesus laid his hands on them and went his way. (Matthew 19, 15)

  • So the king said to his servants: 'Bind his hands and feet and throw him into the dark where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth.' (Matthew 22, 13)

  • Pilate realized that he was getting nowhere and that instead there could be a riot. He then asked for water and washed his hands before the people, saying, "I am not responsible for his blood. It is your doing." (Matthew 27, 24)

  • One sabbath he was walking through grainfields. As his disciples walked along with him, they began to pick the heads of grain and crush them in their hands. (Mark 2, 23)

  • and asked him earnestly, "My little daughter is at the point of death. Come and lay your hands on her so that she may get well and live." (Mark 5, 23)

  • She had suffered a lot at the hands of many doctors and had spent everything she had, but instead of getting better, she was worse. (Mark 5, 26)

  • And he could work no miracles there, but only healed a few sick people by laying his hands on them. (Mark 6, 5)

  • They noticed that some of his disciples were eating their meal with unclean hands, that is, without washing them. (Mark 7, 2)

  • Now the Pharisees, and in fact, all the Jews, never eat without washing their hands for they follow the tradition received from their ancestors. (Mark 7, 3)

  • So the Pharisees and the teachers of the Law asked him, "Why do your disciples not follow the tradition of the elders, but eat with unclean hands?" (Mark 7, 5)

  • He took the blind man by the hand and led him outside the village. When he had put spittle on his eyes and laid his hands upon him, he asked, "Can you see anything?" (Mark 8, 23)

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