Talált 982 Eredmények: David

  • David here calls him Lord; how then can he be his son?' (Luke 20, 44)

  • Does not scripture say that the Christ must be descended from David and come from Bethlehem, the village where David was?' (John 7, 42)

  • 'Brothers,' he said, 'the passage of scripture had to be fulfilled in which the Holy Spirit, speaking through David, foretells the fate of Judas, who acted as guide to the men who arrested Jesus- (Acts 1, 16)

  • as David says of him: I kept the Lord before my sight always, for with him at my right hand nothing can shake me. (Acts 2, 25)

  • 'Brothers, no one can deny that the patriarch David himself is dead and buried: his tomb is still with us. (Acts 2, 29)

  • For David himself never went up to heaven, but yet he said: The Lord declared to my Lord, take your seat at my right hand, (Acts 2, 34)

  • it is you who said through the Holy Spirit and speaking through our ancestor David, your servant: Why this uproar among the nations, this impotent muttering of the peoples? (Acts 4, 25)

  • It was handed down from one ancestor of ours to another until Joshua brought it into the country that had belonged to the nations which were driven out by God before us. Here it stayed until the time of David. (Acts 7, 45)

  • he deposed him and raised up David to be king, whom he attested in these words, "I have found David son of Jesse, a man after my own heart, who will perform my entire will." (Acts 13, 22)

  • To keep his promise, God has raised up for Israel one of David's descendants, Jesus, as Saviour, (Acts 13, 23)

  • The fact that God raised him from the dead, never to return to corruption, is no more than what he had declared: To you I shall give the holy things promised to David which can be relied upon. (Acts 13, 34)

  • Now when David in his own time had served God's purposes he died; he was buried with his ancestors and has certainly seen corruption. (Acts 13, 36)


“Padre Pio disse a um filho espiritual: Trabalhe! Ele perguntou: No que devo trabalhar, Padre? Ele respondeu: Em amar sempre mais a Jesus!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina