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  • And, besides all the external things, there is, day in day out, the pressure on me of my anxiety for all the churches. (2 Corinthians 11, 28)

  • Only after three years did I go up to Jerusalem to meet Cephas. I stayed fifteen days with him (Galatians 1, 18)

  • You are keeping special days, and months, and seasons and years- (Galatians 4, 10)

  • do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God who has marked you with his seal, ready for the day when we shall be set free. (Ephesians 4, 30)

  • That is why you must take up all God's armour, or you will not be able to put up any resistance on the evil day, or stand your ground even though you exert yourselves to the full. (Ephesians 6, 13)

  • for your partnership in the gospel from the very first day up to the present. (Philippians 1, 5)

  • I am quite confident that the One who began a good work in you will go on completing it until the Day of Jesus Christ comes. (Philippians 1, 6)

  • that will help you to come to true discernment, so that you will be innocent and free of any trace of guilt when the Day of Christ comes, (Philippians 1, 10)

  • proffering to it the Word of life. Then I shall have reason to be proud on the Day of Christ, for it will not be for nothing that I have run the race and toiled so hard. (Philippians 2, 16)

  • Circumcised on the eighth day of my life, I was born of the race of Israel, of the tribe of Benjamin, a Hebrew born of Hebrew parents. In the matter of the Law, I was a Pharisee; (Philippians 3, 5)

  • In the early days of the gospel, as you of Philippi well know, when I left Macedonia, no church other than yourselves made common account with me in the matter of expenditure and receipts. You were the only ones; (Philippians 4, 15)

  • That is why, ever since the day he told us, we have never failed to remember you in our prayers and ask that through perfect wisdom and spiritual understanding you should reach the fullest knowledge of his will (Colossians 1, 9)


“A meditação não é um meio para chegar a Deus, mas um fim. A finalidade da meditação é o amor a Deus e ao próximo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina