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  • Whoever will have slept with his stepmother, or will have uncovered the shame of his father, they shall both die a death. So let their blood be upon them. (Leviticus 20, 11)

  • Whoever will have taken his sister, the daughter of his father or the daughter of his mother, and will have seen her nakedness, and she will have looked upon her brother’s shame, they have committed a nefarious act. They shall be slain in the sight of their people, because they have uncovered one another’s nakedness. And they shall bear their iniquity. (Leviticus 20, 17)

  • You shall not expose the nakedness of your maternal or paternal aunt. Whoever does this has laid bare the shame of his own flesh; both shall bear their iniquity. (Leviticus 20, 19)

  • If any man has had sexual intercourse with the wife of his paternal or maternal uncle, and he has uncovered the shame of his close relative, both shall bear their sin. They shall die without children. (Leviticus 20, 20)

  • And the Lord answered him: “If her father had spit on her face, should she not have been filled with shame for at least seven days? Let her be separated, outside the camp, for seven days, and after that, she will be called back.” (Numbers 12, 14)

  • Then Saul, becoming angry against Jonathan, said to him: “You son of a woman wantonly seizing a man! Could I be ignorant that you love the son of Jesse, to your own shame, and to the shame of your disgraceful mother? (1 Samuel 20, 30)

  • And when this had been reported to David, he sent to meet them. And the men were greatly disturbed by shame. And David commanded them, “Remain in Jericho, until your beards grow, and then return.” (2 Samuel 10, 5)

  • For I will not be able to bear my shame. And you will be like one of the foolish in Israel. For it is better to speak to the king, and he will not deny me to you.” (2 Samuel 13, 13)

  • “O Lord, God of my father Simeon, you gave him a sword to defend against foreigners, who stood out as violators by their defilement, and who uncovered the thigh of the virgin unto shame. (Judith 9, 2)

  • They have been thrown into confusion, just as I had hoped; they have even come to me and are overwhelmed with shame. (Job 6, 20)

  • In you, my God, I trust. Let me not be put to shame. (Psalms 24, 2)

  • All day long my shame is before me, and the confusion of my face has covered me, (Psalms 43, 16)

“Imitemos o coração de Jesus, especialmente na dor, e assim nos conformaremos cada vez mais e mais com este coração divino para que, um dia, lá em cima no Céu, também nós possamos glorificar o Pai celeste ao lado daquele que tanto sofreu”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina