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  • This happened three times and then the sheet was taken up again into the sky. (Acts 10, 16)

  • "I was at prayer in the city of Joppa when, in a trance, I saw a vision. Something like a large sheet came down from the sky and drew near to me, landing on the ground by its four corners. (Acts 11, 5)

  • As I stared at it, I saw four-legged creatures of the earth, wild beasts and reptiles, and birds of the sky. (Acts 11, 6)

  • This happened three times, and then it was all drawn up into the sky. (Acts 11, 10)

  • Finally the town clerk was able to calm the mob. He said, "Citizens of Ephesus, who does not know that Ephesus is keeper of the temple of the great Artemis, and of her image which fell from the sky? (Acts 19, 35)

  • But as I was traveling along, nearing Damascus, at about noon a great light from the sky suddenly flashed about me. (Acts 22, 6)

  • Then he prayed again: the sky yielded rain and the earth produced its fruit. (James 5, 18)

  • After this, I looked up to the wall of the sky and saw an open door. The voice which I had first heard speaking to me like a trumpet said, "Come up here and I will show you what will come in the future." (Revelation 4, 1)

  • and the stars in the sky fell to the earth like dry figs falling from a fig tree shaken by a hurricane. (Revelation 6, 13)

  • The sky was folded up like rolled parchment; there was no mountain or continent that was not removed from its place. (Revelation 6, 14)

  • They have the power to close the sky and hold back the rain during the time of their prophetic mission; they also have the power to change water into blood, and punish the earth with a thousand plagues, any time they wish. (Revelation 11, 6)

  • Then I saw another angel, flying high in the sky, sent to proclaim the definitive good news to the inhabitants of the earth, to every nation, race, language and people. (Revelation 14, 6)

“Subamos sem nos cansarmos, sob a celeste vista do Salvador. Distanciemo-nos das afeições terrenas. Despojemo-nos do homem velho e vistamo-nos do homem novo. Aspiremos à felicidade que nos está reservada.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina