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  • Every cereal offering, mixed with oil or dry, will revert to all the descendants of Aaron without distinction. (Leviticus 7, 10)

  • but Yahweh has chosen you, bringing you out of the iron-foundry, Egypt, to be his own people, his own people as you still are today. (Deuteronomy 4, 20)

  • The priests carrying the ark of the covenant of Yahweh stood firm on dry ground in mid-Jordan, while all Israel crossed on dry ground, until the whole nation had completed its crossing of the Jordan. (Joshua 3, 17)

  • you will explain to your children, "Israel crossed this Jordan dry-shod. (Joshua 4, 22)

  • look, I am going to put a woollen fleece on the threshing-floor; if there is dew only on the fleece and all the ground stays dry, then I shall know that you will deliver Israel by means of me, as you have said.' (Judges 6, 37)

  • Gideon then said to God, 'Do not be angry with me if I speak just once more. Allow me to make the fleece-test just once more: let the fleece alone be dry and there be dew all over the ground!' (Judges 6, 39)

  • And God did so that night. The fleece alone stayed dry, and there was dew all over the ground. (Judges 6, 40)

  • for they are your people and your heritage whom you brought out of Egypt, that iron foundry! (1 Kings 8, 51)

  • Elijah took his cloak, rolled it up and struck the water; and the water divided to left and right, and the two of them crossed over dry-shod. (2 Kings 2, 8)

  • You opened up the sea in front of them: they walked on dry ground right through the sea. Into the depths you hurled their pursuers like a stone into the raging waters. (Nehemiah 9, 11)

  • their storage-wells were drying up; on no day could a man drink his fill, since their water was rationed. (Judith 7, 21)

  • but, come the burning summer, they run dry, they vanish in the heat of the sun. (Job 6, 17)


“Enquanto tiver medo de ser infiel a Deus, você não será’. Deve-se ter medo quando o medo acaba!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina