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so that he may give to you according to the wealth of the glory of himself, with power to be strengthened through the spirit of himself, in the within men;

Efésios 3:16

Come to me all the toiling and being burdened, and I will cause to rest you.

Mateus 11:28

all things I am strong in the one strengthening me.

Filipenses 4:13

having been persuaded same this thing, that the one having begun in you a work good, will complete till a day of Jesus Anointed;

Filipenses 1:6

Faithful but is the Lord, who will establish you and will guard from the evil one.

2 Tessalonicenses 3:3

Wherefore I am well–pleased with weaknesses, with insults, with necessities, with persecutions, with distresses on behalf of Anointed; when for I may be weak, then strong I am.

2 Coríntios 12:10

and thou shalt love a Lord the God of thee out of whole of the heart of thee, and out of whole of the soul of thee, and out of whole of the mind of thee, and out of whole of the strength of thee. This first commandment.

Marcos 12:30

(the for arms of the warfare of us not fleshly, but powerful in the God for a casting down of fortresses,)

2 Coríntios 10:4

not for gave to us the God a spirit of timidity, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.

2 Timóteo 1:7

But you shall receive power having come the holy spirit upon you; and you shall be to me witnesses in both Jerusalem, and in all the Judea and in Samaria, and even to farthest part of the land.

Atos 1:8

You of the God are, dear children, and have overcome them; because greater is he in you, than he in the world.

1 João 4:4

and he said to me: Is enough for thee the favor of me; the for power of me in weakness is perfected. Most gladly therefore rather I will boast in the weaknesses of me, so that may dwell upon me the power of the Anointed.

Wherefore I am well–pleased with weaknesses, with insults, with necessities, with persecutions, with distresses on behalf of Anointed; when for I may be weak, then strong I am.

2 Coríntios 12:9,10

Watch you, stand you firm in the faith, be you manly, be you strong;

1 Coríntios 16:13

The rest, brethren of me, strengthen yourselves in Lord and in the power of the might of him.

Efésios 6:10

Looking but the Jesus said to him: With man this impossible is; with but God all possible.

Mateus 19:26

Seeing and the of the Peter boldness and of John, and having perceived, that men unlearned they are and ungifted, they wondered, they knew and them, that with the Jesus they were;

Atos 4:13

if we endure patiently, also we shall reign with; if we deny also he will deny us;

2 Timóteo 2:12

and the speech of me and the preaching of me not in persuasive wisdom of words, but in a display of spirit and of power;

so that the faith of you not may be in wisdom of men, but in power of God.

1 Coríntios 2:4,5

When then shall we say to these things? If the God on behalf of us, who against us?

Romanos 8:31

Not for you are the speaking, but the spirit of the Father of you, that is speaking in you.

Mateus 10:20

To the now one being powerful above all to have done far exceeding what things we ask or we think, according to the power that operating in us,

to him the glory in the congregation by Anointed Jesus, to all the generations of the age of the ages. So be it.

Efésios 3:20,21

Living for the word of the God, and energetic, and more cutting beyond every sword two–mouthed, even cutting through to a division of life both and of breath, of joints both and of marrows, and able to judge of thoughts and of intentions of heart;

Hebreus 4:12

We know and, that to those who love the God all things work together for good, to those according to a purpose called being.

Romanos 8:28

The word for that of the cross to those indeed being destroyed foolishness is, to those but being saved to us power of God it is.

1 Coríntios 1:18

(the things for unseen of him from creation of the world, in the things made being perceived is clearly seen, the both eternal of him power and deity;) in order that to be them inexcusable.

Romanos 1:20

not because sufficient we are from ourselves, to reason anything, as from ourselves, but the sufficiency of us from of the God;

2 Coríntios 3:5