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  • That same night I bathed, and went to sleep next to the wall of my courtyard. Because of the heat I left my face uncovered. (Tobit 2, 9)




  • "So now, deal with me as you please, and command my life breath to be taken from me, that I may go from the face of the earth into dust. It is better for me to die than to live, because I have heard insulting calumnies, and I am overwhelmed with grief. "Lord, command me to be delivered from such anguish; let me go to the everlasting abode; Lord, refuse me not. For it is better for me to die than to endure so much misery in life, and to hear these insults!" (Tobit 3, 6)

  • And now, O Lord, to you I turn my face and raise my eyes. (Tobit 3, 12)

  • "Give alms from your possessions. Do not turn your face away from any of the poor, and God's face will not be turned away from you. (Tobit 4, 7)

  • When you turn back to him with all your heart, to do what is right before him, Then he will turn back to you, and no longer hide his face from you. So now consider what he has done for you, and praise him with full voice. Bless the Lord of righteousness, and exalt the King of the ages. In the land of my exile I praise him, and show his power and majesty to a sinful nation. "Turn back, you sinners! do the right before him: perhaps he may look with favor upon you and show you mercy. (Tobit 13, 6)

  • "Who are you, Achior, to prophesy among us as you have done today, and to tell us not to fight against the Israelites because their God protects them? What god is there beside Nebuchadnezzar? He will send his force and destroy them from the face of the earth. Their God will not save them; (Judith 6, 2)

  • As for you, Achior, you Ammonite mercenary, for saying these things in a moment of perversity you shall not see my face after today, until I have taken revenge on this race of people from Egypt. (Judith 6, 5)




  • For if he does not wish to come to our aid within the five days, he has it equally within his power to protect us at such time as he pleases, or to destroy us in the face of our enemies. (Judith 8, 15)

  • When the men heard her words and gazed upon her face, which appeared wondrously beautiful to them, they said to her, (Judith 10, 14)

  • and when Holofernes and his servants beheld Judith, they all marveled at the beauty of her face. She threw herself down prostrate before him, but his servants raised her up. (Judith 10, 23)

  • As the Lord lives, who has protected me in the path I have followed, I swear that it was my face that seduced Holofernes to his ruin, and that he did not sin with me to my defilement or disgrace." (Judith 13, 16)

  • She took off her widow's garb to raise up the afflicted in Israel. She anointed her face with fragrant oil; (Judith 16, 7)




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