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  • Thus saith the Lord to his people, that have loved to move their feet, and have not rested, and have not pleased the Lord: He will now remember their iniquities, and visit their sins. (Jeremiah 14, 10)

  • Thy riches and thy treasures I will give unto spoil for nothing, because of all thy sins, even in all thy borders. (Jeremiah 15, 13)

  • And I will repay first their double iniquities, and their sins: because they have defiled my land with the carcasses of their idols, and they have filled my inheritance with their abominations. (Jeremiah 16, 18)

  • All thy lovers have forgotten thee, and will not seek after thee: for I have wounded thee with the wound of an enemy, with a cruel chastisement: by reason of the multitude of thy iniquities, thy sins are hardened. (Jeremiah 30, 14)

  • Why criest thou for thy affliction? thy sorrow is incurable: for the multitude of thy iniquity, and for thy hardened sins I have done these things to thee. (Jeremiah 30, 15)

  • Mem. Why hath a living man murmured, man suffering for his sins? (Lamentations 3, 39)

  • Mem. For the sins of her prophets, and the iniquities of her priests, that have shed the blood of the just in the midst of her. (Lamentations 4, 13)

  • Res. The breath of our mouth, Christ the Lord, is taken in our sins: to whom we said: Under thy shadow we shall live among the Gentiles. (Lamentations 4, 20)

  • Thau. Thy iniquity is accomplished, O daughter of Sion, he will no more carry thee away into captivity: he visited thy iniquity, O daughter of Edom, he hath discovered thy sins. The Prayer of Jeremias the Prophet. (Lamentations 4, 22)

  • Let no man rejoice over me, a widow, and desolate: I am forsaken of many for the sins of my children, because they departed from the law of God. (Baruch 4, 12)

  • For the sins that you have committed before God, you shall be carried away captives into Babylon by Nabuchodonosor the king of Babylon. (Baruch 6, 1)

  • And Samaria committed not half thy sins: but thou hast surpassed them with thy crimes, and hast justified thy sisters by all thy abominations which thou hast done. (Ezekiel 16, 51)


“Pobres e desafortunadas as almas que se envolvem no turbilhão de preocupações deste mundo. Quanto mais amam o mundo, mais suas paixões crescem, mais queimam de desejos, mais se tornam incapazes de atingir seus objetivos. E vêm, então, as inquietações, as impaciências e terríveis sofrimentos profundos, pois seus corações não palpitam com a caridade e o amor. Rezemos por essas almas desafortunadas e miseráveis, para que Jesus, em Sua infinita misericórdia, possa perdoá-las e conduzi-las a Ele.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina