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  • He shall carry out his deceits, will be believed in by many and, in the fullness of peace, shall destroy many. He shall even rise against the Prince of princes, but he shall be destroyed without the intervention of any human hand. (Daniel 8, 25)

  • In the den were seven lions which were fed daily with two human bodies and two sheep. This food was withheld from them, to make sure that they would devour Daniel. (Daniel 14, 32)

  • I led them with cords of human kindness, with leading strings of love, and I became for them as one who eases the yoke upon their neck and stoops down to feed them. (Hosea 11, 4)

  • I will not give vent to my great anger; I will not return to destroy Ephraim for I am God and not human. I am the Holy One in your midst and I do not want to come to you in anger. (Hosea 11, 9)

  • You treat human beings like the fish in the sea, like reptiles who are nobody's concern. (Habakkuk 1, 14)

  • The violence you did in Lebanon will befall you and the animals will devour you, since you slaughtered human beings, destroyed the country with its cities and put an end to all who lived there. (Habakkuk 2, 17)

  • When the crowds saw this, they were filled with awe and praised God for giving such power to human beings. (Matthew 9, 8)

  • But a human person is much more valuable than a sheep! It is therefore permitted to do good on the Sabbath." (Matthew 12, 12)

  • The worship they offer me is worthless, for they only teach human rules." (Matthew 15, 9)

  • While Jesus was in Galilee with the Twelve, he said to them, "The Son of Man will be delivered into human hands, (Matthew 17, 22)

  • Jesus answered them, "I will also ask you a question, only one. And if you give me an answer, then I will tell you by what authority I do these things. When John began to baptize, was it a work of God, or was it merely something human?" (Matthew 21, 24)

  • And if we say: The baptism of John was merely something human, beware of the people: since all hold John as a prophet." (Matthew 21, 26)

“O Coração de Jesus não deixará cair no vazio a nossa oração se ela for plena de fé e de confiança.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina