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  • Religion, of course, does bring large profits, but only to those who are content with what they have. (1 Timothy 6, 6)

  • only Luke is with me. Bring Mark with you; I find him a useful helper in my work. (2 Timothy 4, 11)

  • When you come, bring the cloak I left with Carpus in Troas, and the scrolls, especially the parchment ones. (2 Timothy 4, 13)

  • The Lord will rescue me from all evil attempts on me, and bring me safely to his heavenly kingdom. To him be glory for ever and ever. Amen. (2 Timothy 4, 18)

  • From Paul, servant of God, an apostle of Jesus Christ to bring those whom God has chosen to faith and to the knowledge of the truth that leads to true religion, (Titus 1, 1)

  • but not a covenant like the one I made with their ancestors, the day I took them by the hand to bring them out of Egypt, which covenant of mine they broke, and I too abandoned them, the Lord declares. (Hebrews 8, 9)

  • it is a symbol for this present time. None of the gifts and sacrifices offered under these regulations can possibly bring any worshipper to perfection in his conscience; (Hebrews 9, 9)

  • so Christ too, having offered himself only once to bear the sin of many, will manifest himself a second time, sin being no more, to those who are waiting for him, to bring them salvation. (Hebrews 9, 28)

  • How does it help, my brothers, when someone who has never done a single good act claims to have faith? Will that faith bring salvation? (James 2, 14)

  • he may be sure that anyone who can bring back a sinner from his erring ways will be saving his soul from death and covering over many a sin. (James 5, 20)

  • As there were false prophets in the past history of our people, so you too will have your false teachers, who will insinuate their own disruptive views and, by disowning the Lord who bought them freedom, will bring upon themselves speedy destruction. (2 Peter 2, 1)

  • To him who can keep you from falling and bring you safe to his glorious presence, innocent and joyful, (Jude 1, 24)

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