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  • When they heard Paul speak of a resurrection from death, some made fun of him, while others said, "We must hear you on this topic some other time." (Acts 17, 32)

  • As for this way, I persecuted it to the point of death and arrested its followers, both men and women, throwing them into prison. (Acts 22, 4)

  • and I discovered that the accusation related to matters of their Law, but there was nothing which deserved death or imprisonment. (Acts 23, 29)

  • If I have committed any crime which deserves death, I accept death. But if I have not done anything of which they accuse me, no one can give me up to them. I appeal to Caesar." (Acts 25, 11)

  • I, for my part, am convinced that he has not done anything that deserves death. But after he appealed to be judged by the emperor, I decided to send him on. (Acts 25, 25)

  • This I did in Jerusalem and, with the authorization of the chief priests, I put in prison many who believed; and I cast my vote when they were condemned to death. (Acts 26, 10)

  • When they went out they talked among themselves and said: "This man has done nothing to deserve death or imprisonment." (Acts 26, 31)

  • They examined me and wanted to set me free, for they saw nothing in my case that deserved death. (Acts 28, 18)

  • They know of God's judgment which declares worthy of death anyone living in this way; yet not only do they do all these things, they even applaud anyone who does the same. (Romans 1, 32)

  • Once enemies, we have been reconciled with God through the death of his Son; with much more reason now we may be saved through his life. (Romans 5, 10)

  • Now, sin entered the world through one man and through sin, death, and later on death spread to all humankind, because all sinned. (Romans 5, 12)

  • This is why from Adam to Moses death reigned among them, although their sin was not disobedience as in Adam's case - this was not the true Adam, but foretold the other who was to come. (Romans 5, 14)

“A prática das bem-aventuranças não requer atos de heroísmo, mas a aceitação simples e humilde das várias provações pelas quais a pessoa passa.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina