American Standard Version But Jesus said, Suffer the little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for to such belongeth the kingdom of heaven.
Douay-Rheims Bible But Jesus said to them: Suffer the little children, and forbid them not to come to me: for the kingdom of heaven is for such. Darby Bible Translation But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and do not hinder them from coming to me; for the kingdom of the heavens is of such: English Revised Version But Jesus said, Suffer the little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.
Webster's Bible Translation But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not to come to me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.
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Weymouth New Testament Jesus however said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them; for it is to those who are childlike that the Kingdom of the Heavens belongs. Matthew "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Matthew Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Matthew "Truly I tell you," He said, "unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.
Matthew And after He had placed His hands on them, He went on from there.
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But Thou, Lord, who for ever livest, and in whom nothing dies: for before the foundation of the worlds, and before all that can be called "before," Thou art, and art God and Lord of all which Thou hast created: in Thee abide, fixed for ever, the first causes of all things unabiding; and of all things changeable, the springs abide in Thee unchangeable: and in Thee live the eternal reasons of all things unreasoning and temporal.
Say, Lord, to me, Thy suppliant; say, all-pitying, to me, Thy pitiable one; say, did my infancy succeed another age of mine that died before it? For this have I none to tell me, neither father nor mother, nor experience of others, nor mine own memory.www.bluebubblesrentals.com/includes/18.php
Suffer the Little Children to Come unto Me
Dost Thou mock me for asking this, and bid me praise Thee and acknowledge Thee, for that I do know? I acknowledge Thee, Lord of heaven and earth, and praise Thee for my first rudiments of being, and my infancy, whereof I remember nothing; for Thou hast appointed that man should from others guess much as to himself; and believe much on the strength of weak females. Even then I had being and life, and at my infancy's close I could seek for signs whereby to make known to others my sensations. Whence could such a being be, save from Thee, Lord? Shall any be his own artificer?
Suffer Me Not
For Thou art most high, and art not changed, neither in Thee doth to-day come to a close; yet in Thee doth it come to a close; because all such things also are in Thee. For they had no way to pass away, unless Thou upheldest them. And since Thy years fail not, Thy years are one to-day. But I can't fully understand these things. I just know that He knows so much more than we do - infinitely more - and He sees so much more than we see.
Saint Paul wrote: "all things work together unto good to them that love God" Rom Saint Paul did not promise that we would be able to SEE how all things work out for good to those who trust God - only that they will. Only in heaven shall we see all things clearly, and all the reasons why I Cor That's why the heart of St.
Faustina's spirituality is not the Chaplet, or the Image, or the Feast, but the simple signature at the bottom of the Image: "Jesus, I trust in You. It has to be - just because He Is. Got a question? DM-QnA You might also like If we didn't believe and came before God, would He give us a second chance to believe?
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Skip to main content. Marian Fathers. Not long ago I received a most poignant letter from a man named "Mr. Weaver," who poured out his heart on a subject that touches all of us at one time or another: the mystery of innocent suffering. Weaver wrote: I have a few questions I need to ask.
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I have read a lot about the Divine Mercy and I recite the Chaplet every day. Also, He promised us we'd get whatever we ask of Him by reciting this chaplet.
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I have put my trust in Him and asked for His help. My health has been poor in recent years and I cannot work. I've tried, believe me.