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  • But he said to Manoah, "Even if I did stay, I would not taste your food. But if you want to offer a burnt offering, offer it to Yahweh." (Judges 13, 16)

  • Micah said to him, "Stay in my house and be a father and priest to me; I shall give you ten pieces of silver a year, clothing and food." So the Levite went in to his house. (Judges 17, 10)

  • Having heard that Yahweh had come to help his people by giving them food, Naomi prepared to return home. (Ruth 1, 6)

  • On that day, however, as the Israelites became weary, Saul took an oath putting the people under the ban, "Cursed be the man who takes food before evening, before I have avenged myself on my enemies." Because of this oath, no one dared touch any food. (1 Samuel 14, 24)

  • At this, someone said, "Though the people were tired, your father bound them with this oath: cursed be the man who takes food today." (1 Samuel 14, 28)

  • David woke up early the next morning and entrusted the sheep to a shepherd. Taking the food along with him, he left in obedience to Jesse's command and arrived at the encampment just when the army was leaving for the battleground, shouting out their battle cry. (1 Samuel 17, 20)

  • Ahimelech consulted Yahweh for him, provided him with food and gave him the sword of Goliath the Philistine as well." (1 Samuel 22, 10)

  • Saul asked him, "Why did you conspire with the son of Jesse, giving him food and a sword and consulting Yahweh for him so that he could rebel against me as is the case today?" (1 Samuel 22, 13)

  • They found an Egyptian in the open country and brought him to David. They gave him food, which he ate, and water to drink. (1 Samuel 30, 11)

  • Then the people tried to persuade David to take some food while it was still day, but David swore, "May God do so to me and more if I touch food before sundown!" (2 Samuel 3, 35)

  • You yourself, your sons and servants shall till the land for him and carry in the harvest so that your master's family may have food, although your master's son Mepibaal shall always eat at my table." Ziba, who had fifteen sons and twenty servants (2 Samuel 9, 10)

  • but the poor man had only one little ewe lamb he had bought. He himself fed it and it grew up with him and his children. It shared his food, drank from his cup and slept on his lap. It was like a daughter to him. (2 Samuel 12, 3)

“Não queremos aceitar o fato de que o sofrimento é necessário para nossa alma e de que a cruz deve ser o nosso pão cotidiano. Assim como o corpo precisa ser nutrido, também a alma precisa da cruz, dia a dia, para purificá-la e desapegá-la das coisas terrenas. Não queremos entender que Deus não quer e não pode salvar-nos nem santificar-nos sem a cruz. Quanto mais Ele chama uma alma a Si, mais a santifica por meio da cruz.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina