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  • 'Go to the village opposite, and as you enter it you will find a tethered colt that no one has ever yet ridden. Untie it and bring it here. (Luke 19, 30)

  • He said to them, 'You brought this man before me as a popular agitator. Now I have gone into the matter myself in your presence and found no grounds in the man for any of the charges you bring against him. (Luke 23, 14)

  • So Pilate came outside to them and said, 'What charge do you bring against this man?' They replied, (John 18, 29)

  • Pilate came outside again and said to them, 'Look, I am going to bring him out to you to let you see that I find no case against him.' (John 19, 4)

  • Jesus said, 'Bring some of the fish you have just caught.' (John 21, 10)

  • to bring about the very thing that you in your strength and your wisdom had predetermined should happen. (Acts 4, 28)

  • None of their members was ever in want, as all those who owned land or houses would sell them, and bring the money from the sale of them, (Acts 4, 34)

  • "But I will bring judgement on the nation that enslaves them," God said, "and after this they will leave, and worship me in this place." (Acts 7, 7)

  • God turned away from them and abandoned them to the worship of the army of heaven, as scripture says in the book of the prophets: Did you bring me sacrifices and oblations those forty years in the desert, House of Israel? (Acts 7, 42)

  • The Lord replied, 'Go, for this man is my chosen instrument to bring my name before gentiles and kings and before the people of Israel; (Acts 9, 15)

  • They said, 'The centurion Cornelius, who is an upright and God-fearing man, highly regarded by the entire Jewish people, was told by God through a holy angel to send for you and bring you to his house and to listen to what you have to say.' (Acts 10, 22)

  • Once he had seen this vision we lost no time in arranging a passage to Macedonia, convinced that God had called us to bring them the good news. (Acts 16, 10)


“Subamos sem nos cansarmos, sob a celeste vista do Salvador. Distanciemo-nos das afeições terrenas. Despojemo-nos do homem velho e vistamo-nos do homem novo. Aspiremos à felicidade que nos está reservada.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina