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  • While Heliodorus lay prostrate under the divine visitation, speechless and bereft of all hope of deliverance, (2 Maccabees 3, 29)

  • courageously saying, 'Heaven gave me these limbs; for the sake of his laws I have no concern for them; from him I hope to receive them again.' (2 Maccabees 7, 11)

  • Finding no respite at all from his suffering, God's just sentence having overtaken him, he abandoned all hope for himself and wrote the Jews the letter transcribed below, which takes the form of an appeal in these terms: (2 Maccabees 9, 18)

  • Not that I despair of my condition, for I have great hope of shaking off the malady, (2 Maccabees 9, 22)

  • Menelaus, too, joined them and very craftily kept urging Antiochus on, not for the welfare of his own country but in the hope of being restored to office. (2 Maccabees 13, 3)

  • The hope of the upright is joy, the expectations of the wicked come to nothing. (Proverbs 10, 28)

  • The hope of the wicked perishes with death, hope placed in riches comes to nothing. (Proverbs 11, 7)

  • The hope of the upright is nothing but good, the expectation of the wicked is retribution. (Proverbs 11, 23)

  • Hope deferred makes the heart sick, desire fulfilled is a tree of life. (Proverbs 13, 12)

  • While there is hope for him, chastise your child, but do not get so angry as to kill him. (Proverbs 19, 18)

  • Do not say, 'I shall repay evil'; put your hope in Yahweh and he will keep you safe. (Proverbs 20, 22)

  • for there is a future, and your hope will not come to nothing. (Proverbs 23, 18)

“Tenhamos sempre horror ao pecado mortal e nunca deixemos de caminhar na estrada da santa eternidade.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina