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  • He answered, "I am burning with jealous love for Yahweh, the God of hosts, because the Israelites have forsaken your covenant, thrown down your altars and slain your prophets with the sword. No one is left but myself, yet they still seek my life to take it away." (1 Kings 19, 14)

  • His officers said to him, "People say that the kings of Israel are merciful kings. Let us put sackcloth around our waists; perhaps he will spare your life." (1 Kings 20, 31)

  • When the king passed, he called to him and said, "O King! I, your servant, went into the thick of the battle when a soldier left the line and brought me a man, saying: 'Guard this man. Should he escape, your life shall be in exchange for his, or else you shall pay a talent of silver.' (1 Kings 20, 39)

  • Then the prophet told him, "Because you have released the man whom I have decreed to die, your life shall be in exchange for his and your people for his people." (1 Kings 20, 42)

  • I have heard that fire came down from heaven twice and devoured the two captains with their fifty men. So now, do spare my life." (2 Kings 1, 14)

  • "I beg you to stay here, for Yahweh is sending me to Bethel." Elisha said, "I swear by Yahweh and by your life that I will never leave you." So they went down to Bethel together. (2 Kings 2, 2)

  • Elijah said to Elisha, "Please stay here, for Yahweh is only sending me to Jericho." Elisha answered, "I swear by Yahweh and by your life that I will never leave you." (2 Kings 2, 4)

  • Elijah said once more to Elisha, "Stay here, I beg you, for Yahweh is only sending me to the Jordan." But Elisha answered, "I swear by Yahweh and by your life that I will never leave you." And as they went on their way, (2 Kings 2, 6)

  • But the boy's mother said, "I swear by Yahweh and by your life that I will not leave you." So Elisha arose and followed her. (2 Kings 4, 30)

  • Gehazi went on ahead and laid the staff on the boy's face, but the boy did not move or give any sign of life, so Gehazi returned to meet them and said, "The boy has not revived." (2 Kings 4, 31)

  • When the king had read the letter, he tore his clothes to show his indignation, "I am not God to give life or death. And the king of Aram sends me this man to be healed! You see he is just looking for an excuse for war." (2 Kings 5, 7)

  • Now Elisha had said to the woman whose son he had brought back to life, "Arise, and go with your family to live in another place, wherever it seems best for you, because Yahweh has called for a famine and it will come upon the land for seven years." (2 Kings 8, 1)


“O amor e o temor devem sempre andar juntos. O temor sem amor torna-se covardia. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina