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  • For the time is coming when people will no longer endure sound doctrine but will be so eager to hear what is new, that they will never have enough teachers after their own liking. (2 Timothy 4, 3)

  • From Paul, servant of God, apostle of Christ Jesus, at the service of God's chosen people, so that they may believe and reach the knowledge of truth and godliness. (Titus 1, 1)

  • instead of heeding Jewish fables and practices of people who reject the truth. (Titus 1, 14)

  • He gave himself for us, to redeem us from every evil and to purify a people he wanted to be his own and dedicated to what is good. (Titus 2, 14)

  • Our people must learn to be outstanding in good works and to face urgent needs, instead of remaining idle and useless. (Titus 3, 14)

  • for forty years. That is why I was angry with those people and said: Their hearts are always going astray and they do not understand my ways. (Hebrews 3, 10)

  • Then some other rest, or sabbath, is reserved for the people of God. (Hebrews 4, 9)

  • This is why he is bound to offer sacrifices for his sins as well as for the sins of the people. (Hebrews 5, 3)

  • People are used to swearing by someone higher than themselves and their oath affirms everything that could be denied. (Hebrews 6, 16)

  • When the descendants of Levi are consecrated priests, they are commanded to collect tithes from their people, that is from their kindred, who are too, are descendants of Abraham. (Hebrews 7, 5)

  • The institutions of the chosen people are founded upon the Levitical priesthood, but with it they could not attain what is perfect and permanent. If that were possible, why would there be need of another priest after the order of Melchizedek instead of Aaron's? (Hebrews 7, 11)

  • a priest who does not first need to offer sacrifice for himself before offering for the sins of the people, as high priests do. He offered himself in sacrifice once and for all. (Hebrews 7, 27)

“Não abandone sua alma à tentação, diz o Espírito Santo, já que a alegria do coração é a vida da alma e uma fonte inexaurível de santidade.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina