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  • Eleazar, the priest, said to the soldiers who had come back from this battle, "These are the regulations given by Yahweh to Moses. (Numbers 31, 21)

  • As Yahweh's share you will set aside, from the share of the soldiers who took part in the battle, one out of every 500 persons, oxen, donkeys and sheep. (Numbers 31, 28)

  • The prizes of battle, the remainder of the spoil captured by the soldiers, came to 675,000 head of sheep and goats, (Numbers 31, 32)

  • As for the half due to the Israelite community, which Moses had separated from that of the soldiers, (Numbers 31, 42)

  • and said, "Your servants have numbered the soldiers under their command; not one is missing. (Numbers 31, 49)

  • Each of the soldiers took his own loot. (Numbers 31, 53)

  • So the Philistines fought and Israel was defeated. Everyone fled to his home. It was a disastrous defeat; thirty thousand foot soldiers of Israel were killed. (1 Samuel 4, 10)

  • Also with Saul was Ahijah, son of Ahitub, brother of Ichabod, son of Phinehas, son of Eli, priest of Yahweh in Shiloh, and he was wearing the ephod to consult Yahweh. Not even the soldiers knew that Jonathan had left them. (1 Samuel 14, 3)

  • and after consulting his men, he went with them to the camp. They saw that there was complete confusion and the soldiers were striking each other with their swords. (1 Samuel 14, 20)

  • Saul called his men to Telaim and reviewed two hundred thousand foot soldiers and ten thousand men from Judah. (1 Samuel 15, 4)

  • Wherever Saul sent David, he went and succeeded. For this reason, Saul put David in charge of the soldiers - a move which pleased Saul's men and his officers as well. (1 Samuel 18, 5)

  • So, that night, David and Abishai went into the camp and found Saul sleeping in the center, his spear thrust into the ground at his head, while Abner and the rest of the soldiers were sleeping around him. (1 Samuel 26, 7)

“A sua função é tirar e transportar as pedras, e arrancar os espinhos. Jesus é quem semeia, planta, cultiva e rega. Mas seu trabalho também é obra de Jesus. Sem Ele você nada pode fazer.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina