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  • by faith, also, the prostitute Rahab escaped death which befell the unbelievers for having welcomed the spies. (Hebrews 11, 31)

  • Once this desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin, and sin, when fully grown, gives birth to death. (James 1, 15)

  • be sure of this: he who brings back a sinner from the wrong way will save his soul from death and win forgiveness for many sins. (James 5, 20)

  • beyond death, sin and all fleeting things. This inheritance is kept in the heavens for you, (1 Peter 1, 4)

  • we love our brothers and sisters, and with this we know that we have passed from death to life. The one who does not love remains in death. (1 John 3, 14)

  • If you see your brother committing sin, a sin which does not lead to death, pray for him, and God will give life to your brother. I speak, of course, of the sin which does not lead to death. There is also a sin that leads to death; I do not speak of praying about this. (1 John 5, 16)

  • Every kind of wrongdoing is sin, but not all sin leads to death. (1 John 5, 17)

  • Although you may be aware of it, I wish to remind you that the Lord saved his people from the land of Egypt, but later delivered to death those who did not believe. (Jude 1, 5)

  • I am the living one; I was dead and now I am alive for ever and ever; and mine are the keys of death and the netherworld. (Revelation 1, 18)

  • Do not be afraid of what will happen to you. The devil will throw some of you into prison to test you and there will be ten days of trials. Remain faithful even to death and I will give you the crown of life. (Revelation 2, 10)

  • Let anyone who has ears listen to what the Spirit says to the Churches: The victor has nothing to fear from the second death." (Revelation 2, 11)

  • A greenish horse appeared, its rider was called Death, and the Netherworld rode behind him. He was allowed to utterly destroy by sword, famine, pestilence and wild beasts a fourth of the inhabitants of the earth. (Revelation 6, 8)

“De todos os que vierem pedir meu auxílio, nunca perderei nenhum!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina