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  • The man and his wife were both naked, yet they felt no shame. (Genesis 2, 25)




  • But the LORD answered Moses, "Suppose her father had spit in her face, would she not hide in shame for seven days? Let her be confined outside the camp for seven days; only then may she be brought back." (Numbers 12, 14)

  • But Saul was extremely angry with Jonathan and said to him: "Son of a rebellious woman, do I not know that, to your own shame and to the disclosure of your mother's shame, you are the companion of Jesse's son? (1 Samuel 20, 30)

  • But she answered him, "No my brother! Do not shame me! That is an intolerable crime in Israel. Do not commit this insensate deed. (2 Samuel 13, 12)

  • Where would I take my shame? And you would be a discredited man in Israel. So please, speak to the king; he will not keep me from you." (2 Samuel 13, 13)

  • Then Joab went to his residence and said: "Though they saved your life and your sons' and daughters' lives, also the lives of your wives and those of your concubines, you have put all your servants to shame today (2 Samuel 19, 6)

  • They slaughtered the Passover on the fourteenth day of the second month. The priests and Levites, touched with shame, sanctified themselves and brought holocausts into the house of the LORD. (2 Chronicles 30, 15)




  • and took possession of his cities. He pressed on to Ecbatana and took its towers, sacked its marketplaces, and turned its glory into shame. (Judith 1, 14)

  • Therefore you had their rulers slaughtered; and you covered with their blood the bed in which they lay deceived, the same bed that had felt the shame of their own deceiving. You smote the slaves together with their princes, and the princes together with their servants. (Judith 9, 3)

  • They that hate you shall be clothed with shame, and the tent of the wicked shall be no more. (Job 8, 22)

  • These ten times you have reviled me, have assailed me without shame! (Job 19, 3)

  • A rebuke which puts me to shame I hear, (Job 20, 3)




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