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  • The Jews, full of resentment, enlisted the help of a gang from the market place, stirred up a crowd, and soon had the whole city in an uproar. They made for Jason's house, hoping to bring them before the People's Assembly; (Acts 17, 5)

  • as the high priest and the whole council of elders can testify. I even received letters from them to the brothers in Damascus, which I took with me when I set off to bring prisoners back from there to Jerusalem for punishment. (Acts 22, 5)

  • Feeling was running high, and the tribune, afraid that they would tear Paul to pieces, ordered his troops to go down and haul him out and bring him into the fortress. (Acts 23, 10)

  • Now it is up to you and the Sanhedrin together to apply to the tribune to bring him down to you, as though you meant to examine his case more closely; we, on our side, are prepared to dispose of him before he reaches you.' (Acts 23, 15)

  • So the man took him to the tribune, and reported, 'The prisoner Paul summoned me and requested me to bring this young man to you; he has something to tell you.' (Acts 23, 18)

  • 'After several years I came to bring relief-money to my nation and to make offerings; (Acts 24, 17)

  • He said, 'Let your authorities come down with me, and if there is anything wrong about the man, they can bring a charge against him.' (Acts 25, 5)

  • If I am guilty of committing any capital crime, I do not ask to be spared the death penalty. But if there is no substance in the accusations these persons bring against me, no one has a right to surrender me to them. I appeal to Caesar.' (Acts 25, 11)

  • We ran under the lee of a small island called Cauda and managed with some difficulty to bring the ship's boat under control. (Acts 27, 16)

  • But the centurion was determined to bring Paul safely through and would not let them carry out their plan. He gave orders that those who could swim should jump overboard first and so get ashore, (Acts 27, 43)

  • Or are you not disregarding his abundant goodness, tolerance and patience, failing to realise that this generosity of God is meant to bring you to repentance? (Romans 2, 4)

  • But if our injustice serves to bring God's saving justice into view, can we say that God is unjust when -- to use human terms -- he brings his retribution down on us? (Romans 3, 5)


“Aquele que procura a vaidade das roupas não conseguirá jamais se revestir com a vida de Jesus Cristo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina