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  • Yet a certain Israelite came and brought in a Midianite woman to his clansmen in the view of Moses and of the whole Israelite community, while they were weeping at the entrance of the meeting tent. (Numbers 25, 6)

  • In her bitterness she prayed to the LORD, weeping copiously, (1 Samuel 1, 10)

  • Just then Saul came in from the field, behind his oxen. "Why are the people weeping?" he asked. The message of the inhabitants of Jabesh was repeated to him. (1 Samuel 11, 5)

  • who followed her weeping as far as Bahurim. But Abner said to him, "Go back!" And he turned back. (2 Samuel 3, 16)

  • No sooner had he finished speaking than the princes came in, weeping aloud. The king, too, and all his servants wept very bitterly. (2 Samuel 13, 36)

  • As David went up the Mount of Olives, he wept without ceasing. His head was covered, and he was walking barefoot. All those who were with him also had their heads covered and were weeping as they went. (2 Samuel 15, 30)

  • Joab was told that the king was weeping and mourning for Absalom; (2 Samuel 19, 2)

  • and Hazael asked, "Why are you weeping, my lord?" Elisha replied, "Because I know the evil that you will inflict upon the Israelites. You will burn their fortresses, you will slay their youth with the sword, you will dash their little children to pieces, you will rip open their pregnant women." (2 Kings 8, 12)

  • When Elisha was suffering from the sickness of which he was to die, King Joash of Israel went down to visit him. "My father, my father!" he exclaimed, weeping over him. "Israel's chariots and horsemen!" (2 Kings 13, 14)

  • and no one could distinguish the sound of the joyful shouting from the sound of those who were weeping; for the people raised a mighty clamor which was heard afar off. (Ezra 3, 13)

  • While Ezra prayed and acknowledged their guilt, weeping and prostrate before the house of God, a very large assembly of Israelites gathered about him, men, women, and children; and the people wept profusely. (Ezra 10, 1)

  • Then (Nehemiah, that is, His Excellency, and) Ezra the priest-scribe (and the Levites who were instructing the people) said to all the people: "Today is holy to the LORD your God. Do not be sad, and do not weep"-for all the people were weeping as they heard the words of the law. (Nehemiah 8, 9)


“O temor e a confiança devem dar as mãos e proceder como irmãos. Se nos damos conta de que temos muito temor devemos recorrer à confiança. Se confiamos excessivamente devemos ter um pouco de temor”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina