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  • What you endure is in order to correct you. God treats you like sons and what son is not corrected by his father? (Hebrews 12, 7)

  • Besides, when our parents according to the flesh corrected us, we respected them. How much more should we be subject to the Father of spirits to have life? (Hebrews 12, 9)

  • Every good and perfect gift comes from above, from the Father of Light, in whom there is no change or shadow of a change. (James 1, 17)

  • In the sight of God, our Father, pure and blameless religion lies in helping the orphans and widows in their need and keeping oneself from the world's corruption. (James 1, 27)

  • Think of our father Abraham. Was he not justified by the act of offering his son Isaac on the altar? (James 2, 21)

  • We use it to bless God, our Father, and also to curse those made in God's likeness. (James 3, 9)

  • to those whom God the Father has called, according to his plan, and made holy by the Spirit, to obey Jesus Christ and be purified by his blood: may grace and peace increase among you. (1 Peter 1, 2)

  • Let us praise God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, for his great mercy. In raising Jesus Christ from the dead he has given us new life and the hope of sharing life (1 Peter 1, 3)

  • You call upon a Father who makes no distinction between persons but judges according to each one's deeds; take seriously, then, these years which you spend in a strange land. (1 Peter 1, 17)

  • when he received glory and honor from God the Father, when from the magnificent Glory this most extraordinary word came upon him: "This is my beloved Son, this is my Chosen One." (2 Peter 1, 17)

  • The Life made itself known, we have seen Eternal Life and we bear witness, and we are telling you of it. It was with the Father and made himself known to us. (1 John 1, 2)

  • So we tell you what we have seen and heard, that you may be in fellowship with us, and us, with the Father and with his Son, Jesus Christ. (1 John 1, 3)


“O verdadeiro servo de Deus é aquele que usa a caridade para com seu próximo, que está decidido a fazer a vontade de Deus a todo custo, que vive em profunda humildade e simplicidade”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina