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  • The next morning, Jonathan went to the open country with a young man, according to what he and David had agreed on. (1 Samuel 20, 35)

  • May God do so to David and more if by morning I leave a single male alive among those who belong to him." (1 Samuel 25, 22)

  • For as Yahweh, the God of Israel, lives, he has prevented me from hurting you. If you did not hurry to meet me, not a single male belonging to Nabal would have been alive by morning." (1 Samuel 25, 34)

  • When morning came and Nabal had slept it off, his wife spoke to him about all these things. On hearing it Nabal had a stroke and remained paralyzed. (1 Samuel 25, 37)

  • Now, therefore, get up early tomorrow morning and leave with the soldiers who came with you." (1 Samuel 29, 10)

  • So David and his men left early in the morning and returned to the land of the Philistines. The Philistines, in the meantime, went on to Jezreel. (1 Samuel 29, 11)

  • David fought them from early morning to the evening of the following day, allowing no one to escape except four hundred young men who mounted their camels and fled. (1 Samuel 30, 17)

  • Joab replied, "As God lives, if you had not spoken, my men would have continued pursuing their brothers until morning." (2 Samuel 2, 27)

  • Abner and his men marched all night through the lowland, crossed the Jordan, and marched the whole morning until they reached Mahanaim. (2 Samuel 2, 29)

  • The next morning, David wrote Joab a letter to be taken by hand by Uriah, (2 Samuel 11, 14)

  • "Oh son of the king, why do you look so miserable morning after morning? Will you not tell me?" Amnon replied, "I love Tamar, sister of my brother Absalom." (2 Samuel 13, 4)

  • he dawns on them like the morning light, like the sun shining forth on a cloudless morning, making grass sprout from the ground after the rain. (2 Samuel 23, 4)

“Quando te encontrares diante de Deus, na oração considera-te banhado na luz da verdade, fala-lhe se puderes, deixa simplesmente que te veja e não tenhas preocupação alguma”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina