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  • And Moses said to the judges of Israel, “Let each one kill his neighbors, who have been initiated into Baal of Peor.” (Numbers 25, 5)

  • You shall appoint judges and magistrates at all your gates, which the Lord your God will give to you, throughout each of your tribes, so that they may judge the people with a just judgment, (Deuteronomy 16, 18)

  • If you have perceived that there is among you a difficult and doubtful matter of judgment, between blood and blood, cause and cause, leprosy and leprosy, and if you will have seen that the words of the judges within your gates vary: rise up and ascend to the place which the Lord your God will choose. (Deuteronomy 17, 8)

  • both of those whose case it is shall stand before the Lord in the sight of the priests and the judges who shall be in those days. (Deuteronomy 19, 17)

  • your judges and those greater by birth shall go out and measure, from the place of the corpse, the distance to each of the surrounding cities. (Deuteronomy 21, 2)

  • “If there is a case between persons, and they apply to the judges, they shall give the palm of justice to the one whom they perceive to be just, and they shall condemn of impiety the one who is impious. (Deuteronomy 25, 1)

  • For our God is not like their gods. And our enemies are judges. (Deuteronomy 32, 31)

  • Then all the people, and those greater by birth, and the commanders and judges were standing on both sides of the ark, in the sight of the priests who were carrying the ark of the covenant of the Lord, with both the new arrival and the native born, one half part of them beside Mount Gerizim, and one half beside Mount Ebal, just as Moses, the servant of the Lord, had instructed. And first, certainly, he blessed the people of Israel. (Joshua 8, 33)

  • And Joshua gathered together all the tribes of Israel at Shechem, and he called those greater by birth, and the leaders and judges and teachers. And they stood in the sight of the Lord. (Joshua 24, 1)

  • And the Lord raised up judges, who would free them from the hands of their oppressors. But they were not willing to listen to them. (Judges 2, 16)

  • And while the Lord was raising up the judges, in their days, he was moved to mercy, and he listened to the groaning of the afflicted, and he freed them from the slaughter of their oppressors. (Judges 2, 18)

  • In the days of one of the judges, when the judges ruled, there was a famine in the land. And a man from Bethlehem in Judah departed to sojourn in the region of the Moabites with his wife and two children. (Ruth 1, 1)


“Por que a tentação passada deixa na alma uma certa perturbação? perguntou um penitente a Padre Pio. Ele respondeu: “Você já presenciou um tremor de terra? Quando tudo estremece a sua volta, você também é sacudido; no entanto, não necessariamente fica enterrado nos destroços!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina