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  • I will put an end to humans and animals, to the birds of heaven and the fish of the sea. I will wipe humankind from the face of the earth. (Zephaniah 1, 3)

  • He will leave Nineveh in utter desolation, barren as the desert. Herds of all kinds of animals shall find shelter in her, and even the pelican and the heron shall dwell in her ruins; the owl shall hoot from the window and the raven from the threshold. (Zephaniah 2, 14)

  • The cedar has been uprooted! So will be the end of the happy city that felt secure in her own power and said to herself: I and no one but I. Why is it now a heap of ruins where animals take shelter? Everyone who passes by her hisses, making signs with the hand. (Zephaniah 2, 15)

  • I sent drought upon the valley and the hills, upon the wheat and the vines, the oil and whatever the soil produces, upon people and animals, and upon any work of your hands." (Haggai 1, 11)

  • A similar plague shall strike the horses, mules, camels and donkeys, and all the animals in their camps. (Zechariah 14, 15)

  • I will curse you for none of you takes his ministry seriously. Right now, I am going to break your arm, throw dung in your face, the very dung of your animals, and sweep you away with them. (Malachi 2, 3)

  • Again he sent other servants ordering them to say to the invited guests: 'I have prepared a banquet, slaughtered my fattened calves and other animals, and now everything is ready; come then, to the wedding feast.' (Matthew 22, 4)

  • Jesus stayed in the desert forty days and was tempted by Satan. He was with the wild animals, but angels ministered to him. (Mark 1, 13)

  • In it were all kinds of four-legged animals of the earth, reptiles and birds. (Acts 10, 12)

  • Let us just tell them not to eat food that is unclean from having been offered to idols; to keep themselves from prohibited marriages; and not to eat the flesh of animals that have been strangled, or any blood. (Acts 15, 20)

  • You are to abstain from blood from the meat of strangled animals and from prohibited marriages. If you keep yourselves from these, you will do well. Farewell." (Acts 15, 29)

  • As for the non-Jews who have become believers, we sent them a letter to tell them that they are only obliged not to eat meat offered to idols, or blood, or flesh of strangled animals; and also to avoid prohibited sexual union." (Acts 21, 25)


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