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  • Joab then came to the king's house and said, "You have today put to shame all your servants who saved your life, the lives of your sons and daughters, and of your wives and concubines. (2 Samuel 19, 6)

  • Let me then give you advice that could save both your life and Solomon your son. (1 Kings 1, 12)

  • Then King Solomon swore this oath, "Yahweh do so to me and more if this request does not cause Adonijah his life! (1 Kings 2, 23)

  • And he told him, "Because you have requested this rather than long life or wealth or even vengeance on your enemies; indeed, because you have asked for yourself understanding to discern what is right, (1 Kings 3, 11)

  • Moreover, if you will walk in my ways, keeping my statutes and commands, as your father David did, I shall give you long life." (1 Kings 3, 14)

  • Then the woman whose son was alive said to the king out of pity for her son, "Oh, my lord, give her the living child but spare its life." The other woman, however, said, "It shall be neither mine nor yours. Divide it!" (1 Kings 3, 26)

  • Then the king spoke, "Give the living child to the first woman and spare its life. She is its mother." (1 Kings 3, 27)

  • Let my prayer to Yahweh be with our God day and night. May he defend my cause and the cause of his people Israel in their daily life; (1 Kings 8, 59)

  • he did not, however, close down the high places. Nevertheless, Asa remained faithful to Yahweh for the rest of his life. (1 Kings 15, 14)

  • It was already past noon and they were still raving on until the time of the evening offering. But still there was no voice; no one answered or gave a sign of life. (1 Kings 18, 29)

  • Elijah was scared and fled for his life. He reached Beer-sheba of Judah and left his servant there. (1 Kings 19, 3)

  • He himself disappeared into the desert going on a day's journey. Then he sat down under a broom tree and prayed to die, "That is enough, Yahweh, take away my life for I am dying." (1 Kings 19, 4)


“O Coração de Jesus não deixará cair no vazio a nossa oração se ela for plena de fé e de confiança.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina