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  • So Sennacherib, king of Assyria, departed, returned home and lived in Nineveh. (2 Kings 19, 36)

  • I, Tobit, have walked in the ways of truth and justice all the days of my life; I have given many alms to my brethren and to those of my countrymen who were deported with me to Nineveh, a city in the country of the Assyrians. (Tobit 1, 3)

  • When I was taken to the city of Nineveh as a prisoner, all my relatives and those of our family ate the pagans' food. (Tobit 1, 10)

  • I gave my bread to those who were hungry, my garments to those who were naked, and if I saw anyone of my tribe dead, and his body thrown over the ramparts of Nineveh I would bury him. (Tobit 1, 17)

  • One of the inhabitants of Nineveh went and told the king that I had buried them, so I went into hiding. Then I learned that they were looking for me to put me to death. I was afraid and fled to a distance. (Tobit 1, 19)

  • Ahikar intervened on my behalf and I returned to Nineveh. My nephew Ahikar was head of the cup bearers, keeper of the seals, administrator and accountant. Esarhaddon made him second only to himself. (Tobit 1, 22)

  • Edna questioned them, "Where have you come from, my friends?" They replied, "We are of the sons of Naphtali who live as exiles in Nineveh." (Tobit 7, 3)

  • When they arrived near Kaserin which faces the city of Nineveh, (Tobit 11, 1)

  • You have punished me, but you have taken pity on me, and now I can see my son, Tobias." Tobias was very happy. After entering the house he told his father about the important things that had happened in Media. He told his father about the successful outcome of his journey, how he got the money, and how he married Sara, daughter of Ragouel, who just then was approaching the gates of Nineveh. (Tobit 11, 15)

  • Tobit, happy and praising God, went out to meet his daughter-in-law at the gates of Nineveh. All those who saw him, walking alone and unaided, were amazed that he could see. (Tobit 11, 16)

  • Tobit proclaimed to them that God had taken pity on him and cured him. Then he went to Sara and blessed her saying, "Welcome, daughter! May God be blessed for having brought you to us and may your father and mother also be blessed." It was a day of great rejoicing for all Tobit's relatives who lived in Nineveh. (Tobit 11, 17)

  • In this way Tobit ended his song of thanksgiving. Tobit died peacefully at the age of one hundred and twelve years, and was buried with honor in Nineveh. (Tobit 14, 1)

“Se precisamos ter paciência para suportar os defeitos dos outros, quanto mais ainda precisamos para tolerar nossos próprios defeitos!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina