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  • I, Tobit, have walked in paths of truth and in good works all the days of my life. I have given much in alms to my brothers and fellow country-folk, exiled like me to Nineveh in the country of Assyria. (Tobit 1, 3)

  • In the days of Shalmaneser I had often given alms to the people of my race; (Tobit 1, 16)

  • She said, 'No, it was a present given me over and above my wages.' I did not believe her, and told her to give it back to the owners (I felt deeply ashamed of her). To which, she replied, 'What about your own alms? What about your own good works? Everyone knows what return you have had for them.' (Tobit 2, 14)

  • Measure your alms by what you have; if you have much, give more; if you have little, do not be afraid to give less in alms. (Tobit 4, 8)

  • 'Give your bread to those who are hungry, and your clothes to those who lack clothing. Of whatever you own in plenty, devote a proportion to almsgiving; and when you give alms, do it ungrudgingly. (Tobit 4, 16)

  • 'Prayer with fasting and alms with uprightness are better than riches with iniquity. Better to practise almsgiving than to hoard up gold. (Tobit 12, 8)

  • Almsgiving saves from death and purges every kind of sin. Those who give alms have their fill of days; (Tobit 12, 9)

  • 'And now, my children, I lay this duty on you; serve God sincerely, and do what is pleasing to him. And lay on your children the obligation to behave uprightly, to give alms, to keep God in mind and to bless his name always, sincerely and with all their might. (Tobit 14, 8)

  • Do not aggravate a heart already angry, nor keep the destitute waiting for your alms. (Ecclesiasticus 4, 3)

  • Do not be hesitant in prayer; do not neglect to give alms. (Ecclesiasticus 7, 10)

  • No good will come to one who persists in evil, or who refuses to give alms. (Ecclesiasticus 12, 3)

  • So when you give alms, do not have it trumpeted before you; this is what the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets to win human admiration. In truth I tell you, they have had their reward. (Matthew 6, 2)


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