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  • On another occasion flames did not burn frail animals that passed through them nor did they melt the heavenly food that normally would have melted like frost. (Wisdom of Solomon 19, 21)

  • He put the fear of men in all living things, thus they had mastery over the animals and birds. (Ecclesiasticus 17, 4)

  • It is all about strange and marvelous adventures with marine animals and monsters of all kinds. (Ecclesiasticus 43, 25)

  • How blessed you will be, sowing by every stream, letting your work animals roam contented and free. (Isaiah 32, 20)

  • Lebanon is not enough to burn as altar fire, nor will its animals provide a holocaust. (Isaiah 40, 16)

  • And the corpses of this people will be eaten by birds and animals; and none will scare them away. (Jeremiah 7, 33)

  • All will die of fatal diseases and no one will mourn for them or bury them; their corpses will be like dung on the ground. They will perish by the sword and by starvation and their corpses will be devoured by birds of prey and wild animals." (Jeremiah 16, 4)

  • I will strike all in the city, both humans and animals, and they will perish in a terrible plague. (Jeremiah 21, 6)

  • By means of my great power and mighty deeds I made the earth, as well as the people and animals that inhabit it, and I give them to whom ever I wish. (Jeremiah 27, 5)

  • For this is what Yahweh the God of hosts and the God of Israel says: I am placing a yoke of iron on the neck of all the nations to make them serve Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon and they will serve him. I will even give him control over the wild animals." (Jeremiah 28, 14)

  • Thus says Yahweh, "You say of this city that it is a wasteland without men or animals. But in the towns of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem which are a ruins without men or animals (Jeremiah 33, 10)

  • Thus says Yahweh God of hosts: In this place, which is a wasteland without men or animals and in all its towns, there will once again be pastures where the shepherds will tend their flocks. (Jeremiah 33, 12)


Como distinguir uma tentação de um pecado e como estar certo de que não se pecou? – perguntou um penitente. Padre Pio sorriu e respondeu: “Como se distingue um burro de um homem? O burro tem de ser conduzido; o homem conduz a si mesmo!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina