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  • At the hour of sunset, on Joshua's orders, they were taken down from the trees and thrown into the cave where they had been hiding. Great stones were laid over the mouth of the cave, and these are still there to this very day. (Joshua 10, 27)

  • The eastern frontier was the Salt Sea as far as the mouth of the Jordan. (Joshua 15, 5)

  • The northern boundary began at the bay at the mouth of the Jordan. The boundary went up to Beth-Hoglah, passed north of Beth-ha-Arabah and went on to the Stone of Bohan son of Reuben. (Joshua 15, 6)

  • The number of those who lapped with their hands to their mouth was three hundred; all the rest of the people had knelt to drink. (Judges 7, 6)

  • 'Be quiet,' they replied. 'Put your hand over your mouth and come with us, and become our father and priest. Are you better off as domestic priest to one man, or as priest to a tribe and clan in Israel?' (Judges 18, 19)

  • While she went on praying to Yahweh, Eli was watching her mouth, (1 Samuel 1, 12)

  • Hannah then prayed as follows: My heart exults in Yahweh, in my God is my strength lifted up, my mouth derides my foes, for I rejoice in your deliverance. (1 Samuel 2, 1)

  • Do not keep talking so proudly, let no arrogance come from your mouth, for Yahweh is a wise God, his to weigh up deeds. (1 Samuel 2, 3)

  • The people came to the honeycomb, the honey was dripping out, but no one put a hand to his mouth, the people being in awe of the oath. (1 Samuel 14, 26)

  • Jonathan, however, not having heard his father bind the people with the oath, reached with the end of the stick which he was carrying, thrust it into the honeycomb and put it to his mouth; whereupon his eyes grew brighter. (1 Samuel 14, 27)

  • David said, 'Your blood be on your own head. You convicted yourself out of your own mouth by saying, "I killed Yahweh's anointed." ' (2 Samuel 1, 16)

  • Then go to the king and say this to him.' And Joab put the words into her mouth which she was to say. (2 Samuel 14, 3)


“A ingenuidade e’ uma virtude, mas apenas ate certo ponto; ela deve sempre ser acompanhada da prudência. A astúcia e a safadeza, por outro lado, são diabólicas e podem causar muito mal.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina