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  • But he saved Lot, a good man deeply afflicted by the unbridled conduct of those vicious people. (2 Peter 2, 7)

  • He will do this especially for certain people who follow the baser desires of their nature and despise the Lord's majesty. Proud and daring they are not afraid of insulting fallen spirits (2 Peter 2, 10)

  • Those people are like irrational animals born to be caught and killed; after they have slandered what they cannot understand, they will end like animals (2 Peter 2, 12)

  • They cannot look at a woman without desiring her, they do not tire of sinning and seducing weak souls. They are full of greed - an accursed people. (2 Peter 2, 14)

  • These people are like waterless springs, clouds driven by a storm which move swiftly into the blackest darkness. (2 Peter 2, 17)

  • They promise freedom when they themselves are slaves of corruption: for people are slaves to whatever dominates them. (2 Peter 2, 19)

  • He speaks of these things in all his letters. There are, however, some points in them that are difficult to understand, which people who are ignorant and immature in their faith twist, as they do with the rest of the Scriptures, to their own destruction. (2 Peter 3, 16)

  • So then, dearly beloved, as you have been warned, be careful lest those people who have gone astray deceive you in turn and drag you along, making you stumble and finally fall away. (2 Peter 3, 17)

  • For everything in the world - the craving of the flesh, the greed of eyes and people boasting of their superiority - all this belongs to the world, not to the Father. (1 John 2, 16)

  • You, my dear children, are of God and you have already overcome these people, because the one who is in you is more powerful than he who is in the world. (1 John 4, 4)

  • Many deceivers have gone out into the world, people who do not acknowledge that Jesus is the Christ who came in the flesh. They are impostors and antichrists. (2 John 1, 7)

  • Some individuals have slipped into your midst, godless people already condemned. They make use of the grace of our God as a license for immorality and deny our only Master and Lord Jesus Christ. (Jude 1, 4)


“A ingenuidade e’ uma virtude, mas apenas ate certo ponto; ela deve sempre ser acompanhada da prudência. A astúcia e a safadeza, por outro lado, são diabólicas e podem causar muito mal.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina