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  • There, Joshua wrote on the stones a copy of the Law of Moses, which Moses had written in the presence of the Israelites. (Joshua 8, 32)

  • After this, Joshua read all the words of the Law -- the blessing and the cursing -- exactly as it stands written in the Book of the Law. (Joshua 8, 34)

  • Of every word laid down by Moses, not one was left unread by Joshua in the presence of the whole assembly of Israel, including the women and children, and the foreigners living with them. (Joshua 8, 35)

  • formed a fighting alliance against Joshua and Israel. (Joshua 9, 2)

  • When the inhabitants of Gibeon learned how Joshua had treated Jericho and Ai, for their part, (Joshua 9, 3)

  • They came to Joshua in the camp at Gilgal, and to him and the men of Israel they said, 'We come from a distant country, so make a treaty with us.' (Joshua 9, 6)

  • They said to Joshua, 'We are your servants.' 'But who are you?' Joshua asked them, 'and where do you come from?' (Joshua 9, 8)

  • Joshua made peace with them, and struck a treaty with them guaranteeing their lives, and the leaders of the community ratified it by oath. (Joshua 9, 15)

  • Joshua sent for the Gibeonites and asked them, 'Why did you deceive us by saying, "We live very far away," when in fact you live right among us? (Joshua 9, 22)

  • Their answer to Joshua was, 'We did it because your servants had been rightly told that Yahweh your God had ordered his servant Moses to give you the whole of this country and destroy all its inhabitants before you; also because, as you advanced on us, we feared very greatly for our lives. That was why we did this. (Joshua 9, 24)

  • But that very day Joshua made them wood-cutters and water-carriers for the community and for the altar of Yahweh, at the place which he would eventually choose; and so they are today. (Joshua 9, 27)

  • Now, it happened that Adoni-Zedek king of Jerusalem, learned that Joshua had conquered Ai and put the town under the curse of destruction, treating Ai and its king as he had already treated Jericho and its king; and also that the inhabitants of Gibeon had made peace with Israel and were living with them. (Joshua 10, 1)

“Todas as percepções humanas, de onde quer que venham, incluem o bem e o mal. É necessário saber determinar e assimilar todo o bem e oferecê-lo a Deus, e eliminar todo o mal.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina