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  • but a man who leads his own house well, having children who are subordinate with all chastity. (1 Timothy 3, 4)

  • For if a man does not know how to lead his own house, how will he take care of the Church of God? (1 Timothy 3, 5)

  • But, if I am delayed, you should know the manner in which it is necessary to conduct yourself in the house of God, which is the Church of the living God, the pillar and the foundation of truth. (1 Timothy 3, 15)

  • And being at the same time also idle, they learn to go from house to house, being not only idle, but also talkative and curious, speaking of things which do not concern them. (1 Timothy 5, 13)

  • May the Lord have mercy on the house of Onesiphorus, because he has often refreshed me, and he has not been ashamed of my chains. (2 Timothy 1, 16)

  • But, in a large house, there are not only vessels of gold and of silver, but also those of wood and of clay; and certainly some are held in honor, but others in dishonor. (2 Timothy 2, 20)

  • and to Apphia, most beloved sister, and to Archippus, our fellow soldier, and to the church which is in your house. (Philemon 1, 2)

  • He is faithful to the One who made him, just as Moses also was, with his entire house. (Hebrews 3, 2)

  • For this Jesus was considered worthy of greater glory than Moses, so much so that the house which he has built holds a greater honor than the former one. (Hebrews 3, 3)

  • For every house is built by someone, but God is the One who has created all things. (Hebrews 3, 4)

  • And certainly Moses was faithful, with his entire house, like any servant, as a testimony to those things that would soon be said. (Hebrews 3, 5)

  • Yet truly, Christ is like a Son in his own house. We are that house, if we firmly retain the faithfulness and the glory of hope, even unto the end. (Hebrews 3, 6)

“O grau sublime da humildade é não só reconhecer a abnegação, mas amá-la.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina