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  • Never permit arrogance to rule in your mind or in your words. For in it, all perdition had its beginning. (Tobit 4, 14)

  • For example, those who receive marriage in such manner as to exclude God from themselves and from their mind, and in such a manner as to empty themselves to their lust, like the horse and mule, which have no understanding, over them the demon has power. (Tobit 6, 17)

  • whom they all with one mind contradicted, and they sent them back empty, and they rejected them without honor. (Judith 1, 11)

  • And when Achior had declared all these things, all the people fell on their faces, adoring the Lord, and, communing together with mourning and weeping, they poured out their prayers with one mind to the Lord, (Judith 6, 14)

  • For the diligence of your mind is being reported to all nations, and it has been revealed to all of this age that you alone are good and powerful in all his kingdom, and your discipline is being announced beforehand in all the provinces. (Judith 11, 6)

  • And Judith said, “As your soul lives, my lord, your maidservant will not expend all these things, until God accomplishes by my hand what I have in mind.” And his servants led her into the tabernacle, as he instructed. (Judith 12, 4)

  • If I have found favor in the sight of the king, and if it pleases the king to give me what I ask, and to fulfill my petition, let the king and Haman come to the feast which I have prepared for them, and tomorrow I will open my mind to the king.” (Esther 9, 24)

  • Neither should you think, if we change our orders, that they come from a fickle mind, but that we draw conclusions from the quality and necessity of the times, just as the expediency of the public good demands. (Esther 13, 9)

  • And, so that you may more clearly understand what we are saying: Haman the son of Hammedatha, a Macedonian both in mind and ancestry, and foreign to Persian blood, and with his cruelty contaminating our piety, was accepted by us as a sojourner. (Esther 13, 10)

  • Behold, this is just as we have found it, which you have heard; walk it through your mind. (Job 5, 27)

  • Be silent for a little while, so that I may speak whatever my mind suggests to me. (Job 13, 13)

  • In response, various thoughts succeed one another in me, and my mind moves quickly through different ideas. (Job 20, 2)


“Que Jesus reine sempre soberano no seu coração e o faça cada vez mais digno de seus divinos dons.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina