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  • But Jacob said, "My son will not go with you, for his brother is dead and he alone is left. If he were to meet with some misfortune on the way, you would send my gray head to the land of Shadows in sorrow." (Genesis 42, 38)

  • He has not seen misfortune in Jacob or observed misery in Israel. Yahweh, their God is with them, and the shout of a king among them. (Numbers 23, 21)

  • Yahweh will send misfortune, destruction and fear upon everything you do until you are destroyed and perish quickly on account of the evil deeds you have done in forsaking Yahweh. (Deuteronomy 28, 20)

  • and will separate him from the tribes of Israel to his misfortune, according to all the curses of the Covenant expressed in this book of the Law. (Deuteronomy 29, 20)

  • For I know that after my death, you shall do perverse things and shall stray from the way that I have pointed out to you. And misfortune shall come upon you in the future for doing what is evil in the eyes of Yahweh, provoking his anger with the work of your hands." (Deuteronomy 31, 29)

  • There Joshua said to him: "Since you brought us misfortune, may Yahweh bring this misfortune upon you today." Then all the people stoned him. (Joshua 7, 25)

  • When Jephthah saw her, he tore his clothes and cried out, "My daughter, you have shattered me; you have brought me misfortune. For I have made a foolish vow to Yahweh, and now I cannot take it back." (Judges 11, 35)

  • They said, "Yahweh, God of Israel, why has this misfortune happened to Israel, that one of its tribes has perished today?" (Judges 21, 3)

  • Thus says Yahweh: Your misfortune will rise from your own house! I will take your wives from you and give them to your neighbor who shall lie with them in broad daylight. (2 Samuel 12, 11)

  • When he learned that Tobit had lost his sight he grieved and wept. "What a misfortune that a man who is so just and generous should become blind!" (Tobit 7, 7)

  • "May God judge between you and us, for you are the cause of this misfortune by not engaging in peaceful negotiations with the Assyrians. (Judith 7, 24)

  • It often happens also that those in authority, through the influence of friends entrusted with the administration of public affairs, become partly responsible for the shedding of innocent blood and are involved in causing irremediable misfortune. (Esther 16, 5)

“O verdadeiro servo de Deus é aquele que usa a caridade para com seu próximo, que está decidido a fazer a vontade de Deus a todo custo, que vive em profunda humildade e simplicidade”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina