Translation of godly in Spanish:

godly

piadoso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɡɒdli//ˈɡɑdli/

adjective

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    piadoso
    devoto
    religioso
    • To that extent The Book Against God is not against God or the godly, although it offers no comfort to either.
    • Let us conclude by saying there are godly methods of conducting controversy as well as ungodly methods.
    • In light of the Word of God does it not follow to reason that true godly music that worships and exalts the Lord Jesus Christ will be rejected by the world?
    • Instead, they directed the church to choose godly men who would be capable of resolving the issue.
    • His faith in God was more than talk; it was expressed by godly living.
    • It surely is not because we are more godly, holy and mature than our friend ever was.
    • Then, when we come up against difficulties and controversies, we are ready with a wise and godly response.
    • Whereas godly joy may be our strength, godly sorrow serves for our sanctification.
    • Women have contributed an immense amount to church and mission, and PNG still needs godly women.
    • To them he was an intriguing miracle worker who dazzled the masses with amazing demonstrations of godly power.
    • Indeed, if God were to lift His Spirit from on-fire churches and godly believers, our nation would be a raging hell.
    • Job, as a godly father, prayed for the spiritual well-being of his family.
    • What was emphasised all round was the priority of preaching the gospel supported by godly living.
    • Hindus do not bury their dead, except infant children and godly saints.
    • Christ rose for each of us, that we might rise above our sin through forgiveness, and live godly lives.
    • But so seldom do we hear of a godly woman - or of a godly man either, for that matter.
    • What matters is the sacrifice of godly privilege for the lowliness of humanity, irrespective of gender.
    • These misdirected desires oppose our godly identity and constantly threaten to overwhelm it.
    • They have nothing to do with spiritual knowledge or godly religious life.
    • It is incumbent on Christian families to ensure the godly, biblical education of their young people.