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  • Each had four faces, each had four wings and they had what seemed like human hands under their wings. (Ezekiel 10, 21)

  • The fish of the sea, the birds of the air, the beasts of the field, the creatures that creep on the ground and every human being on the earth will tremble before me. Mountains will fall, cliffs crumble and walls collapse. (Ezekiel 38, 20)

  • If, as they go through the land, they come across human remains, they will make a pile of stones beside them until the grave diggers bury them in the Valley of the Multitude of Gog (Ezekiel 39, 15)

  • As you watched, a rock cut from a mountain but not by human hands, struck the statue on its feet of iron and clay, smashing them. (Daniel 2, 34)

  • This is the meaning of your vision of a rock cut from a mountain not by human hands, the rock which struck the statue and broke into pieces the iron, bronze, clay, silver and gold. The great God has shown the king what will happen in the future. The dream is true and its interpretation reliable." (Daniel 2, 45)

  • Let his heart cease from being human, and let a beast's heart be given him and pass over him seven times. (Daniel 4, 13)

  • This is the sentence given by the watchful ones, the question settled by the holy ones, so that every living thing may know that the Most High is higher than any human authority. He confers power on whom he pleases and raises the most humble of men. (Daniel 4, 14)

  • You shall be driven out from among men and live with the beasts of the field. You shall eat grass like the oxen, and be drenched by the dew of heaven. Seven times shall pass over you until you acknowledge that the Most High is higher than any human authority, and that he gives the power to whom he pleases. (Daniel 4, 22)

  • The first was like a lion with eagle's wings. As I looked at it, its wings were torn off. It was lifted up from the ground, stood up on its feet like a man, and was given a human heart. (Daniel 7, 4)

  • I was looking at the horns, when another small horn sprang among them, and three of the first horns were pulled out by the roots to make way for the new. It had eyes like human eyes and a mouth that uttered insolent words. (Daniel 7, 8)

  • But as I remembered the haughty words of the horn with human eyes and mouth which I had seen before, this animal was killed before my eyes, and its body destroyed and cast into the fire. (Daniel 7, 11)

  • and I heard a human voice over the river Ulai that cried out to him: "Gabriel, explain the vision to this man." (Daniel 8, 16)


“Nas tribulações é necessário ter fé em Deus.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina