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  • at the same time they struck the men at the entrance of the house, one and all, with such a blinding light that they were utterly unable to reach the doorway. (Genesis 19, 11)




  • no trace of the abundance will be found in the land because of the famine that follows it--so utterly severe will that famine be. (Genesis 41, 31)

  • The LORD, your God, will deliver them up to you and will rout them utterly until they are annihilated. (Deuteronomy 7, 23)

  • You shall not bring any abominable thing into your house, lest you be doomed with it; loathe and abhor it utterly as a thing that is doomed. (Deuteronomy 7, 26)

  • But if you forget the LORD, your God, and follow other gods, serving and worshiping them, I forewarn you this day that you will perish utterly. (Deuteronomy 8, 19)

  • But since you have utterly spurned the LORD by this deed, the child born to you must surely die." (2 Samuel 12, 14)

  • Once he was king, he killed off the entire house of Jeroboam, not leaving a single soul to Jeroboam but destroying him utterly, according to the warning which the LORD had pronounced through his servant, Ahijah the Shilonite, (1 Kings 15, 29)




  • For the LORD had brought Judah low because of Ahaz, king of Israel, who let Judah go its own way and proved utterly faithless to the LORD. (2 Chronicles 28, 19)

  • Arphaxad himself he overtook in the mountains of Ragae, ran him through with spears, and utterly destroyed him. (Judith 1, 15)

  • We will overwhelm them with it, and the mountains shall be drunk with their blood, and their plains filled with their corpses. Not a trace of them shall survive our attack: they shall utterly perish, says King Nebuchadnezzar, lord of all the earth; for he has spoken, and his words shall not remain unfulfilled. (Judith 6, 4)

  • But Uzziah said to them, "Courage, my brothers! Let us wait five days more for the Lord our God, to show his mercy toward us; he will not utterly forsake us. (Judith 7, 30)

  • Such strength as they had, to me meant nought; they were utterly destitute. (Job 30, 2)




“Enquanto estivermos vivos sempre seremos tentados. A vida é uma contínua luta. Se às vezes há uma trégua é para respirarmos um pouco.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina