Romans:12:21Do not let evil overcome you, but overcome evil by good. See All...; Psalm:1:1-6 Happy is the man who does not go in the company of sinners, or take his place in the way of evil-doers, or in the seat of those who do not give honour to the Lord.  But whose delight is in the law of the Lord, and whose mind is on his law day and night.  He will be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, which gives its fruit at the right time, whose leaves will ever be green; and he will do well in all his undertakings.  The evil-doers are not so; but are like the dust from the grain, which the wind takes away.  For this cause there will be no mercy for sinners when they are judged, and the evil-doers will have no place among the upright,  Because the Lord sees the way of the upright, but the end of the sinner is destruction.
See All...; Mark:10:17-22 And while he was going out into the way, a man came running to him, and went down on his knees, saying, Good Master, what have I to do so that I may have eternal life?  And Jesus said to him, Why do you say I am good? no one is good but one, and that is God.  You have knowledge of what is said in the law, Do not put any one to death, Do not be untrue in married life, Do not take what is not yours, Do not give false witness, Do not get money by deceit, Give honour to your father and mother.  And he said to him, Master, all these laws I have kept from the time when I was young.  And Jesus, looking on him and loving him, said, There is one thing needed: go, get money for your goods, and give it to the poor, and you will have wealth in heaven: and come with me.  But his face became sad at the saying, and he went away sorrowing: for he was one who had much property.
See All...; Isaiah:64:6For we have all become like an unclean person, and all our good acts are like a dirty robe: and we have all become old like a dead leaf, and our sins, like the wind, take us away. See All...;
Corinthians 6:18; Luke:14:1-35 And it came about that when he went into the house of one of the chief Pharisees on the Sabbath, to have a meal, they were watching him.  And a certain man was there who had a disease.  And Jesus, answering, said to the scribes and Pharisees, Is it right to make people well on the Sabbath or not?  But they said nothing. And he made him well and sent him away.  And he said to them, Which of you, whose ox or ass has got into a water-hole, will not straight away get him out on the Sabbath?  And they had no answer to that question.  And he gave teaching in the form of a story to the guests who came to the feast, when he saw how they took the best seats; saying to them,  When you get a request to come to a feast, do not take the best seat, for a more important man than you may be coming,  And then the giver of the feast will come to you and say, Give your place to this man; and you, with shame, will have to take the lowest seat.  But when you come, go and take the lowest seat, so that when the giver of the feast comes, he may say to you, Friend, come up higher; and then you will have honour in the eyes of all the others who are there.  For every man who gives himself a high place will be put down, but he who takes a low place will be lifted up.  And he said to the master of the house, When you give a feast, do not send for your friends and your brothers and your family or your neighbours who have wealth, for they may give a feast for you, and so you will get a reward.  But when you give a feast, send for the poor and the blind and those who are broken in body:  And you will have a blessing, because they will not be able to give you any payment, and you will get your reward when the upright come back from the dead.  And, hearing these words, one of those who were at table with him said to him, Happy is the man who will be a guest in the kingdom of God.  And he said to them, A certain man gave a great feast, and sent word of it to a number of people.  And when the time had come, he sent his servants to say to them, Come, for all things are now ready.  And they all gave reasons why they were not able to come. The first said to him, I have got a new field, and it is necessary for me to go and see it: I am full of regret that I am unable to come.  And another said, I have got some cattle, and I am going to make a test of them: I am full of regret that I am unable to come.  And another said, I have been married, and so I am not able to come.  And the servant came back and gave his master an account of these things. Then the master of the house was angry and said to the servant, Go out quickly into the streets of the town and get the poor, the blind, and those who are broken in body.  And the servant said, Lord, your orders have been done, and still there is room.  And the lord said to the servant, Go out into the roads and the fields, and make them come in, so that my house may be full.  For I say to you that not one of those who were requested to come will have a taste of my feast.  Now a great number of people went with him.  And turning round, he said to them, If any man comes to me, and has not hate for his father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, and even for his life, he may not be my disciple.  Whoever does not take up his cross and come after me may not be my disciple.  For which of you, desiring to put up a tower, does not first give much thought to the price, if he will have enough to make it complete?  For fear that if he makes a start and is not able to go on with it to the end, all who see it will be laughing at him,  And saying, This man made a start at building and is not able to make it complete.  Or what king, going to war with another king, will not first take thought if he will be strong enough, with ten thousand men, to keep off him who comes against him with twenty thousand?  Or while the other is still a great distance away, he sends representatives requesting conditions of peace.  And so whoever is not ready to give up all he has may not be my disciple.  For salt is good, but if the taste goes from it, of what use is it?  It is no good for the land or for the place of waste; no one has a use for it. He who has ears, let him give ear.
See All...; Revelation:5:8-13 And when he had taken the book, the four beasts and the four and twenty rulers went down on their faces before the Lamb, having every one an instrument of music, and gold vessels full of perfumes, which are the prayers of the saints.  And their voices are sounding in a new song, saying, It is right for you to take the book and to make it open: for you were put to death and have made an offering to God of your blood for men of every tribe, and language, and people, and nation,  And have made them a kingdom and priests to our God, and they are ruling on the earth.  And I saw, and there came to my ears the sound of a great number of angels round about the high seat and the beasts and the rulers; and the number of them was ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thousands;  Saying with a great voice, It is right to give to the Lamb who was put to death, power and wealth and wisdom and strength and honour and glory and blessing.  And to my ears came the voice of everything in heaven and on earth and under the earth and in the sea, and of all things which are in them, saying, To him who is seated on the high seat, and to the Lamb, may blessing and honour and glory and power be given for ever and ever.
See All...; Jude:1:6And the angels who did not keep to their kingdom but went out from the place which was theirs, he has put in eternal chains and in dark night till the great day of the judging. See All...; Hebrews:1:14Are they not all helping spirits, who are sent out as servants to those whose heritage will be salvation? See All...; Matthew:24:36But of that day and hour no one has knowledge, not even the angels in heaven, or the Son, but the Father only. See All...; Daniel:10:12Then he said to me, Have no fear, Daniel; for from the first day when you gave your heart to getting wisdom and making yourself poor in spirit before your God, your words have come to his ears: and I have come because of your words. See All...; Genesis:2:7And the Lord God made man from the dust of the earth, breathing into him the breath of life: and man became a living soul. See All...; Genesis:1:26And God said, Let us make man in our image, like us: and let him have rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the air and over the cattle and over all the earth and over every living thing which goes flat on the earth. See All...; Revelation:12:9And the great dragon was forced down, the old snake, who is named the Evil One and Satan, by whom all the earth is turned from the right way; he was forced down to the earth, and his angels were forced down with him. See All...;