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  • The churches throughout Judaea, Galilee and Samaria were now left in peace, building themselves up and living in the fear of the Lord; encouraged by the Holy Spirit, they continued to grow. (Acts 9, 31)

  • It happened that Peter visited one place after another and eventually came to God's holy people living down in Lydda. (Acts 9, 32)

  • The disciples decided to send relief, each to contribute what he could afford, to the brothers living in Judaea. (Acts 11, 29)

  • The God of our nation Israel chose our ancestors and made our people great when they were living in Egypt, a land not their own; then by divine power he led them out (Acts 13, 17)

  • 'Friends, what do you think you are doing? We are only human beings, mortal like yourselves. We have come with good news to make you turn from these empty idols to the living God who made sky and earth and the sea and all that these hold. (Acts 14, 15)

  • The one amusement the Athenians and the foreigners living there seem to have is to discuss and listen to the latest ideas. (Acts 17, 21)

  • and what they have heard about you is that you instruct all Jews living among the gentiles to break away from Moses, authorising them not to circumcise their children or to follow the customary practices. (Acts 21, 21)

  • 'Someone called Ananias, a devout follower of the Law and highly thought of by all the Jews living there, (Acts 22, 12)

  • it is through him, by faith, that we have been admitted into God's favour in which we are living, and look forward exultantly to God's glory. (Romans 5, 2)

  • Out of the question! We have died to sin; how could we go on living in it? (Romans 6, 2)

  • So by our baptism into his death we were buried with him, so that as Christ was raised from the dead by the Father's glorious power, we too should begin living a new life. (Romans 6, 4)

  • and then sin will no longer have any power over you -- you are living not under law, but under grace. (Romans 6, 14)

“O demônio é forte com quem o teme, mas é fraco com quem o despreza.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina