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  • But Jacob replied: "My son shall not go down with you. Now that his full brother is dead, he is the only one left. If some disaster should befall him on the journey you must make, you would send my white head down to the nether world in grief." (Genesis 42, 38)

  • If you now take this one away from me too, and some disaster befalls him, you will send my white head down to the nether world in grief.' (Genesis 44, 29)

  • and your servants will thus send the white head of our father down to the nether world in grief. (Genesis 44, 31)


  • For thirty days the Israelites wept for Moses in the plains of Moab, till they had completed the period of grief and mourning for Moses. (Deuteronomy 34, 8)

  • Her brother Absalom said to her: "Has your brother Amnon been with you? Be still now, my sister; he is your brother. Do not take this affair to heart." But Tamar remained grief-stricken and forlorn in the house of her brother Absalom. (2 Samuel 13, 20)

  • Grief-stricken in spirit, I groaned and wept aloud. Then with sobs I began to pray: (Tobit 3, 1)

  • "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)

  • "Be brave, my daughter. May the Lord of heaven grant you joy in place of your grief. Courage, my daughter." Then she left. (Tobit 7, 17)

  • For you know that my father is counting the days. If I should delay my return by a single day, I would cause him intense grief. (Tobit 9, 4)

  • Then Edna said to Tobiah: "My child and beloved kinsman, may the Lord bring you back safely, and may I live long enough to see children of you and of my daughter Sarah before I die. Before the Lord, I entrust my daughter to your care. Never cause her grief at any time in your life. Go in peace, my child. From now on I am your mother, and Sarah is your beloved. May all of us be prosperous all the days of our lives." She kissed them both and sent them away in peace. (Tobit 10, 13)

  • Mordecai then returned to the royal gate, while Haman hurried home, his head covered in grief. (Esther 6, 12)

  • I go about in gloom, without the sun; I rise up in public to voice my grief. (Job 30, 28)

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