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  • And Absalom remained for two years in Jerusalem, and he did not see the face of the king. (2 Samuel 14, 28)

  • For your servant made a vow, when he was in Geshur of Syria, saying: If the Lord will lead me back to Jerusalem, I will sacrifice to the Lord.” (2 Samuel 15, 8)

  • Now having been called, two hundred men from Jerusalem went forth with Absalom, going in simplicity of heart and being entirely ignorant of the plan. (2 Samuel 15, 11)

  • And David said to his servants, who were with him in Jerusalem: “Rise up, let us flee! For otherwise there will be no escape for us from the face of Absalom. Hurry to depart, lest perhaps, upon arriving, he may seize us, and force ruin upon us, and strike the city with the edge of the sword.” (2 Samuel 15, 14)

  • Therefore, Zadok and Abiathar carried back the ark of God into Jerusalem, and they remained there. (2 Samuel 15, 29)

  • Therefore, Hushai, the friend of David, went into the city. And Absalom also entered into Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 15, 37)

  • And the king said, “Where is the son of your lord?” And Ziba answered the king: “He remained in Jerusalem, saying, ‘Today, the house of Israel will restore the kingdom of my father to me.’ ” (2 Samuel 16, 3)

  • But Absalom and all his people entered into Jerusalem. Moreover, Ahithophel was with him. (2 Samuel 16, 15)

  • And when the servants of Absalom had entered into the house, they said to the woman, “Where is Ahimaaz and Jonathan?” And the woman responded to them, “They passed through hurriedly, after they had taken a little water.” But those who were seeking them, when they had not found them, returned to Jerusalem. (2 Samuel 17, 20)

  • said to him: “May you not impute to me, my lord, the iniquity, nor call to mind the injuries, of your servant in the day that you, my lord the king, departed from Jerusalem. And may you not store it up in your heart, O king. (2 Samuel 19, 19)

  • And when he had met the king at Jerusalem, the king said to him, “Why did you not go with me, Mephibosheth?” (2 Samuel 19, 25)

  • And so the king said to Barzillai, “Come with me, so that you may rest securely with me in Jerusalem.” (2 Samuel 19, 33)

“Não há nada mais inaceitável do que uma mulher caprichosa, frívola e arrogante, especialmente se é casada. Uma esposa cristã deve ser uma mulher de profunda piedade em relação a Deus, um anjo de paz na família, digna e agradável em relação ao próximo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina