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  • But Moses protested to the LORD, "If the Israelites would not listen to me, how can it be that Pharaoh will listen to me, poor speaker that I am!" (Exodus 6, 12)

  • But Moses protested to the LORD, "Since I am a poor speaker, how can it be that Pharaoh will listen to me?" (Exodus 6, 30)

  • "If you lend money to one of your poor neighbors among my people, you shall not act like an extortioner toward him by demanding interest from him. (Exodus 22, 24)

  • You shall not favor a poor man in his lawsuit. (Exodus 23, 3)

  • But the seventh year you shall let the land lie untilled and unharvested, that the poor among you may eat of it and the beasts of the field may eat what the poor leave. So also shall you do in regard to your vineyard and your olive grove. (Exodus 23, 11)

  • The rich need not give more, nor shall the poor give less, than a half-shekel in this contribution to the LORD to pay the forfeit for their lives. (Exodus 30, 15)

  • "If a man is poor and cannot afford so much, he shall take one male lamb for a guilt offering, to be used as a wave offering in atonement for himself, one tenth of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil for a cereal offering, a log of oil, (Leviticus 13, 21)

  • Likewise, you shall not pick your vineyard bare, nor gather up the grapes that have fallen. These things you shall leave for the poor and the alien. I, the LORD, am your God. (Leviticus 18, 10)

  • "When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not be so thorough that you reap the field to its very edge, nor shall you glean the stray ears of your grain. These things you shall leave for the poor and the alien. I, the LORD, am your God." (Leviticus 22, 22)

  • However, if the one who took the vow is too poor to meet the fixed sum, the person must be set before the priest, who shall determine the sum for his ransom in keeping with the means of the one who made the vow. (Leviticus 26, 8)

  • The needy will never be lacking in the land; that is why I command you to open your hand to your poor and needy kinsman in your country. (Deuteronomy 15, 11)

  • If he is a poor man, you shall not sleep in the mantle he gives as a pledge, (Deuteronomy 24, 12)

“A sua função é tirar e transportar as pedras, e arrancar os espinhos. Jesus é quem semeia, planta, cultiva e rega. Mas seu trabalho também é obra de Jesus. Sem Ele você nada pode fazer.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina