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  • but now you have been reconciled. God reconciled you by giving up to death the body of Christ, so that you may be without fault, holy and blameless before him. (Colossians 1, 22)

  • Therefore, put to death what is earthly in your life, that is immorality, impurity, inordinate passions, wicked desires and greed which is a way of worshiping idols. (Colossians 3, 5)

  • has just been manifested with the glorious appearance of Christ Jesus, our Lord, who destroyed death and brought life and immortality to light in his Gospel. (2 Timothy 1, 10)

  • But Jesus who suffered death and for a little while was placed lower than the angels has been crowned with honor and glory. For the merciful plan of God demanded that he experience death on behalf of everyone. (Hebrews 2, 9)

  • And because all those children share one same nature of flesh and blood, Jesus likewise had to share this nature. This is why his death destroyed the one holding the power of death, that is the devil, (Hebrews 2, 14)

  • and freed those who remained in bondage all their lifetime because of the fear of death. (Hebrews 2, 15)

  • Christ, in the days of his mortal life, offered his sacrifice with tears and cries. He prayed to him who could save him from death, and he was heard because of his humble submission. (Hebrews 5, 7)

  • So Christ is the mediator of a new covenant or testament. His death made atonement for the sins committed under the old testament, and the promise is handed over to all who are called to the everlasting inheritance. (Hebrews 9, 15)

  • For a testament infers death and has no value while the maker of it is still alive. (Hebrews 9, 17)

  • For whoever violated the law of Moses there is no mercy: is put to death by the testimony of two or three persons. (Hebrews 10, 28)

  • By faith Enoch was taken to Heaven, instead of experiencing death: he could not be found because God had taken him. In fact, it is said that before being taken up he had pleased God. (Hebrews 11, 5)

  • Death found all these people strong in their faith. They had not received what was promised, but they had looked ahead and had rejoiced in it from afar, saying that they were foreigners and travelers on earth. (Hebrews 11, 13)


“O bem dura eternamente.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina