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  • Saul asked her, "What does he look like?" She replied, "The one rising is an old man clothed in a mantle." Saul knew that it was Samuel. He knelt and bowed face to the ground in homage. (1 Samuel 28, 14)

  • Immediately Saul fell full length on the ground, terrified by what Samuel said. He had no strength left because he had not eaten anything all that day and night. (1 Samuel 28, 20)

  • Saul refused and said, "I will not eat." But on the insistence of his servants and the woman, he agreed, rose from the ground and sat on the bed. (1 Samuel 28, 23)

  • David and his men reached Ziklag on the third day, but the Amalekites had just raided the Negeb and Ziklag, storming it and burning it to the ground. (1 Samuel 30, 1)

  • When they reached the town, David and his men found it burned to the ground and their wives, sons and daughters taken captive. (1 Samuel 30, 3)

  • So the Egyptian led David to the raiding band whom they found scattered all over the ground, eating, drinking, dancing and feasting with the spoils they had taken from the land of the Philistines and from the land of Judah. (1 Samuel 30, 16)

  • when, on the third day, a man came from Saul's camp, with his clothes torn and dust strewn on his head. He went to David and fell to the ground in homage. (2 Samuel 1, 2)

  • Then he defeated the Moabites. He had them measured with a line and made them lie down on the ground; two thirds of them were to be executed, and one third to be spared. And so the Moabites became David's servants and paid tribute to him. (2 Samuel 8, 2)

  • When Mepibaal, son of Jonathan, son of Saul arrived, he fell on the ground and paid homage to David who said, "Mepibaal!" He replied, "Your servant listens." (2 Samuel 9, 6)

  • David entreated God for the child; he kept a strict fast and lay on the ground the whole night. (2 Samuel 12, 16)

  • The elders of his house asked him to rise from the ground but he refused. Nor did he join them to eat. (2 Samuel 12, 17)

  • Then David rose from the ground, washed and anointed himself, and changed his clothes. He entered the house of Yahweh and worshiped. After that, he went to his own house, asked for food and ate. (2 Samuel 12, 20)


“Quando a videira se separa da estaca que a sustenta, cai, e ao ficar na terra apodrece com todos os cachos que possui. Alerta, portanto, o demônio não dorme!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina