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  • But the LORD forbid that I touch his anointed! Now take the spear which is at his head and the water jug, and let us be on our way." (1 Samuel 26, 11)

  • So David took the spear and the water jug from their place at Saul's head, and they got away without anyone's seeing or knowing or awakening. All remained asleep, because the LORD had put them into a deep slumber. (1 Samuel 26, 12)

  • This is no creditable service you have performed. As the LORD lives, you people deserve death because you have not guarded your lord, the LORD'S anointed. Go, look: where are the king's spear and the water jug that was at his head?" (1 Samuel 26, 16)

  • But David answered: "Here is the king's spear. Let an attendant come over to get it. (1 Samuel 26, 22)

  • The youthful informant replied: "It was by chance that I found myself on Mount Gilboa and saw Saul leaning on his spear, with chariots and horsemen closing in on him. (2 Samuel 1, 6)

  • Dadu, one of the Rephaim, whose bronze spear weighed three hundred shekels, was about to take him captive. Dadu was girt with a new sword and planned to kill David, (2 Samuel 21, 16)

  • There was another battle with the Philistines in Gob, in which Elhanan, son of Jair from Bethlehem, killed Goliath of Gath, who had a spear with a shaft like a weaver's heddle-bar. (2 Samuel 21, 19)

  • He who wishes to touch them must arm himself with iron and the shaft of a spear, and they must be consumed by fire." (2 Samuel 23, 7)

  • Abishai, brother of Joab, son of Zeruiah, was at the head of the Thirty. It was he who brandished his spear over three hundred slain. He was listed among the Thirty (2 Samuel 23, 18)

  • It was he, too, who slew an Egyptian of large stature. Although the Egyptian was armed with a spear, he went against him with a club and wrested the spear from the Egyptian's hand, then killed him with his own spear. (2 Samuel 23, 21)

  • Here is the list of David's warriors: Ishbaal, the son of Hachamoni, chief of the Three. He brandished his spear against three hundred, whom he slew in a single encounter. (1 Chronicles 11, 11)

  • Abishai, the brother of Joab. He was the chief of the Thirty; he brandished his spear against three hundred, and slew them. Thus he had a reputation like that of the Three. (1 Chronicles 11, 20)

“Mesmo quando perdemos a consciência deste mundo, quando parecemos já mortos, Deus nos dá ainda uma chance de entender o que é realmente o pecado, antes de nos julgar. E se entendemos corretamente, como podemos não nos arrepender?” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina