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  • In spite of this Paul and Barnabas spent a considerable time there. They spoke fearlessly of the Lord, who confirmed the message of his grace with the miraculous signs and wonders he gave them power to do. (Acts 14, 3)

  • where they continued preaching the Good News. Paul and Barnabas spent a fairly long time at Lystra. (Acts 14, 7)

  • They were there teaching some time. But some Jews arrived from Antioch and Iconium to argue with Paul and Barnabas. They persuaded the people to reject them, saying that all this was untrue. Finally they stoned Paul and dragged him out of the town, leaving him for dead. (Acts 14, 19)

  • They spent a fairly long time there with the disciples. (Acts 14, 28)

  • After they had spent some time there, the messengers were sent off in peace by the believers; (Acts 15, 33)

  • From one stock he created the whole human race to live throughout all the earth, and he fixed the time and the boundaries of each nation. (Acts 17, 26)

  • But now God prefers to overlook this time of ignorance and he calls on all people to change their ways. (Acts 17, 30)

  • 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)

  • After spending some time there, he left and traveled from place to place through Galatia and Phrygia, strengthening the disciples. (Acts 18, 23)

  • So he sent two of his assistants, Timothy and Erastus, to Macedonia ahead of him, while he himself stayed on for a time in Asia. (Acts 19, 22)

  • About that time the city was deeply troubled because of the way. (Acts 19, 23)

  • Then he went back upstairs, broke the bread and ate. After that he kept on talking with them for a long time until daybreak and then he left. (Acts 20, 11)


“Onde não há obediência, não há virtude. Onde não há virtude, não há bem, não há amor; e onde não há amor, não há Deus; e sem Deus não se chega ao Paraíso. Tudo isso é como uma escada: se faltar um degrau, caímos”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina