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  • Sons of Israel, are you not like the sons of the Ethiopians to me, says the Lord? Did I not cause Israel to rise up out of the land of Egypt, and the Philistines out of Cappadocia, and the Syrians out of Cyrene? (Amos 9, 7)

  • And I will plant them on their own soil. And I will no longer root them out of their own land, which I have given them, says the Lord your God. (Amos 9, 15)

  • And he said to them, “I am Hebrew, and I fear the Lord God of heaven, who made the sea and the dry land.” (Jonah 1, 9)

  • And the men were rowing, so as to return to dry land, but they did not succeed. For the sea flowed and swelled against them. (Jonah 1, 13)

  • And the Lord spoke to the fish, and it vomited Jonah onto dry land. (Jonah 2, 11)

  • And he prayed to the Lord, and he said, “I beg you, Lord, was this not my word, when I was still in my own land? Because of this, I knew beforehand to flee into Tarshish. For I know that you are a lenient and merciful God, patient and great in compassion, and forgiving despite ill will. (Jonah 4, 2)

  • And this man will be our peace, when the Assyrian will come into our land, and when he will trample on our houses; and we will raise against him seven shepherds and eight principal men. (Micah 5, 5)

  • And they will graze on the land of Assur with the sword, and the land of Nimrod with its spears; and he will free us from Assur, when he will come into our land, and when he will trample our borders. (Micah 5, 6)

  • And I will destroy the cities of your land, and I will pull down all your fortifications, and I will take away evil-doing from your hand, and there will be no divinations among you. (Micah 5, 11)

  • For I led you out of the land of Egypt, and I freed you from the house of servitude, and I sent before your face Moses, and Aaron, and Miriam. (Micah 6, 4)

  • The holy ones pass away from the land, and there is no one righteous among men. All wait in ambush for blood; a man hunts his brother to death. (Micah 7, 2)

  • And the land will be in desolation, because of its inhabitants and because of the fruit of their intentions. (Micah 7, 13)


Como distinguir uma tentação de um pecado e como estar certo de que não se pecou? – perguntou um penitente. Padre Pio sorriu e respondeu: “Como se distingue um burro de um homem? O burro tem de ser conduzido; o homem conduz a si mesmo!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina