Authorities submission

Proverbs 3; 11-12

"My son, do not despise the correction of Jehovah, neither be afraid of his chastisements; For the Lord chastens him whom he loves, as a father the child whom he cherishes"

Proverbs 5; 23

"He will die for lack of instruction, He will stagger by the excess of his madness"

Proverbs 8; 15-16

"By me kings reign, and princes rule what is right; By me govern the chiefs, the great ones, all the judges of the earth"

Proverbs 10; 17

"He who remembers correction takes the path of life, but he who forgets the reproof goes astray"

Proverbs 12; 1

"He who loves correction loves science; Whoever hates the reprimand is stupid"

Proverbs 13; 13

"He who despises the word is lost, but he who fears the commandment is rewarded"

Proverbs 13; 18

"Poverty and shame are the sharing of the one who rejects the correction, but the one who regards the reprimand is honored"

Proverbs 15; 10

"A severe correction threatens the one who abandons the path; He who hates reproof will die"

Proverbs 15; 32

"He who rejects correction despises his soul, but he who hears the reproof acquires understanding"

Proverbs 19; 16

"He who keeps what is commanded keeps his soul; He who does not watch over his path will die"

Proverbs 19; 20

"Hear the counsel, and receive instruction, that you may be wise in the aftermath of your life"

Ecclesiastes 8; 5

"He who observes the commandment knows no evil thing, and the heart of the wise knows time and judgment"

Romans 13; 1-5

"That everyone be subject to the higher authorities; for there is no authority that does not come from God, and the existing authorities have been instituted of God. That is why the one who opposes the authority resists the order that God has established, and those who resist will attract a condemnation on themselves. It is not for a good action, it is for a bad one, that the magistrates are to be feared. Do you want to fear authority? Do it well, and you will have his approval. The magistrate is a servant of God for your good. But if you do evil, fear; for it is not in vain that he carries the sword, being a servant of God to exert vengeance and to punish the one who does evil. It is therefore necessary to be subject, not only for fear of punishment, but also for reason of conscience"