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  • By faith, Moses, after being born, was hidden for three months by his parents, because they had seen that he was a graceful infant, and they did not fear the king’s edict. (Hebrews 11, 23)

  • Thus, in receiving an immoveable kingdom, we have grace. So, through grace, let us be of service, by pleasing God with fear and reverence. (Hebrews 12, 28)

  • So then, we may confidently say, “The Lord is my helper. I will not fear what man can do to me.” (Hebrews 13, 6)

  • And if you invoke as Father him who, without showing favoritism to persons, judges according to each one’s work, then act in fear during the time of your sojourning here. (1 Peter 1, 17)

  • Honor everyone. Love brotherhood. Fear God. Honor the king. (1 Peter 2, 17)

  • Servants, be subject to your masters with all fear, not only to the good and meek, but also to the unruly. (1 Peter 2, 18)

  • as they consider with fear your chaste behavior. (1 Peter 3, 2)

  • And yet, even when you suffer something for the sake of justice, you are blessed. So then, do not be afraid with their fear, and do not be disturbed. (1 Peter 3, 14)

  • But do so with meekness and fear, having a good conscience, so that, in whatever matter they may slander you, they shall be confounded, since they falsely accuse your good behavior in Christ. (1 Peter 3, 16)

  • Fear is not in love. Instead, perfect love casts out fear, for fear pertains to punishment. And whoever fears is not perfected in love. (1 John 4, 18)

  • These ones are defiled within their banquets, enjoying themselves and feeding themselves without fear; waterless clouds, which are tossed about by winds; autumn trees, unfruitful, twice dead, uprooted; (Jude 1, 12)

  • Yet truly, save them, seizing them from the fire. And have mercy on others: in fear, hating even that which is of the flesh, the defiled garment. (Jude 1, 23)

“Os talentos de que fala o Evangelho são os cinco sentidos, a inteligência e a vontade. Quem tem mais talentos, tem maior dever de usá-los para o bem dos outros.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina