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  • The remaining portion he burns to warm himself; over its live embers he roasts meat and is satisfied. He says, "Well and good, I feel warm and enjoy the light." (Isaiah 44, 16)

  • Like the blind we grope for the wall, like those without eyes we feel our way. We stumble at noon as at twilight; we are dead in the midst of our sins. (Isaiah 59, 10)

  • O Yahweh, are you not looking for truth? You struck them but they did not feel it; you crushed them but they rejected correction. They set their faces harder than a rock and refused to repent. (Jeremiah 5, 3)

  • At this all men feel stupid and without knowledge. Every goldsmith is ashamed of his idol which is a fraud without breath. (Jeremiah 10, 14)

  • "If you tire when running with those on foot, how can you compete with horses? If you do not feel secure in a peaceful land, what will you do in the thickets of the Jordan?" (Jeremiah 12, 5)

  • Who will take pity on you, Jerusalem? Who will feel sorry for you? Who will turn to ask how you are? (Jeremiah 15, 5)

  • that you may bear your shame and confusion because they now feel they are better than you. (Ezekiel 16, 54)

  • so will I judge you, word of Yahweh. I will make you feel my rod and sort you out. (Ezekiel 20, 37)

  • And as he spoke, I felt strengthened, and I said, "Speak, my lord, now that I feel strong." Then he said to me, "Do you know why I have come to you? (Daniel 10, 20)

  • However, Yahweh the Just one is in her midst; he never commits injustice. Every morning he says what must be done; but the unjust do not even feel ashamed. (Zephaniah 3, 5)

  • you have sown much but harvested little, you eat and drink but are not satisfied, you clothe yourselves but still feel cold, and the laborer puts the money he earned in a tattered purse. (Haggai 1, 6)

  • go to the mountain and look for wood to rebuild the House. This will make me happy and I will feel deeply honored, says Yahweh. (Haggai 1, 8)

“Apóie-se, como faz Nossa Senhora, à cruz de Jesus e nunca lhe faltará conforto”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina