Found 56 Results for: weeping

  • Then she stopped weeping. (Tobit 6, 1)

  • He broke into a loud clamor of weeping, groaning, and howling, and rent his garments. (Judith 14, 16)

  • (Likewise in each of the provinces, wherever the king's legal enactment reached, the Jews went into deep mourning, with fasting, weeping, and lament; they all slept on sackcloth and ashes.) (Esther 4, 3)

  • My face is inflamed with weeping and there is darkness over my eyes, (Job 16, 16)

  • My harp is turned to mourning, and my reed pipe to sounds of weeping. (Job 30, 31)

  • I am wearied with sighing; all night long tears drench my bed; my couch is soaked with weeping. (Psalms 6, 7)

  • Away from me, all who do evil! The LORD has heard my weeping. (Psalms 6, 9)

  • For divine anger lasts but a moment; divine favor lasts a lifetime. At dusk weeping comes for the night; but at dawn there is rejoicing. (Psalms 30, 6)

  • Listen to my prayer, LORD, hear my cry; do not be deaf to my weeping! I sojourn with you like a passing stranger, a guest, like all my ancestors. (Psalms 39, 13)

  • Those who go forth weeping, carrying sacks of seed, Will return with cries of joy, carrying their bundled sheaves. (Psalms 126, 6)

  • By the rivers of Babylon we sat mourning and weeping when we remembered Zion. (Psalms 137, 1)

  • When they had all joined in doing this, and had implored the merciful LORD continuously with weeping and fasting and prostrations for three days, Judas encouraged them and told them to stand ready. (2 Maccabees 13, 12)

“Nossa Senhora está sempre pronta a nos socorrer, mas por acaso o mundo a escuta e se emenda?” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina