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  • When Athaliah mother of Ahaziah learned that her son was dead, she promptly did away with all the royal stock of the House of Judah. (2 Chronicles 22, 10)




  • a third the royal palace, a third the Foundation Gate, while the people must all stay in the courts of the Temple of Yahweh. (2 Chronicles 23, 5)

  • He then took the regimental commanders, the nobles, the government officials and all the people of the land and he escorted the king down from the Temple of Yahweh. Entering the palace through the Upper Gate, they placed the king on the royal throne. (2 Chronicles 23, 20)

  • Whenever the chest was brought by the Levites for royal inspection and found to contain a large sum of money, the king's secretary and the chief priest's representative would come and empty the chest and then have it returned to its place. This was done day after day and a great deal of money was collected. (2 Chronicles 24, 11)

  • He was still speaking when Amaziah interrupted him. 'Have we appointed you a royal counsellor? Stop, as you value your life!' So the prophet stopped, and then said, 'I know that God has decided to destroy you for having done this and for not listening to my advice.' (2 Chronicles 25, 16)

  • They brought seven bulls, seven rams, seven lambs and seven goats as a sin sacrifice for the royal house, for the sanctuary and for Judah, and he ordered the Aaronite priests to offer them on Yahweh's altar. (2 Chronicles 29, 21)

  • 'Hence, if it please the king, let search be made in the royal treasuries in Babylon, to find out if it is true that an official order was issued by King Cyrus for this temple of God in Jerusalem to be rebuilt; and let the king's decision on this matter be sent to us.' (Ezra 5, 17)




  • with three layers of large stones and one layer of timber. The cost is to be met by the royal treasury. (Ezra 6, 4)

  • And herewith are my instructions as to how you will assist these elders of the Jews in the rebuilding of that Temple of God: the cost is to be paid in full to these men from the royal revenue, that is, from the taxes of Transeuphrates, and without interruption. (Ezra 6, 8)

  • and whatever else is needed and you are obliged to supply for the Temple of your God, you will supply from the royal treasury. (Ezra 7, 20)

  • Still others said, 'We have had to borrow money on our fields and our vineyards to pay the royal tax; (Nehemiah 5, 4)

  • for the singers were under royal orders, with regulations laying down what was required of them day by day. (Nehemiah 11, 23)




“Todas as percepções humanas, de onde quer que venham, incluem o bem e o mal. É necessário saber determinar e assimilar todo o bem e oferecê-lo a Deus, e eliminar todo o mal.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina