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  • And Jeshua and his sons and his brothers, Kadmiel and his sons, and the sons of Judah, like one man, stood so that they might have charge over those who did the work in the temple of God: the sons of Henadad, and their sons, and their brothers, the Levites. (Ezra 3, 9)

  • And Eliashib, the priest, was over this task; he had been given charge of the treasury of the house of our God, and he was a close relative of Tobiah. (Nehemiah 13, 4)

  • Then he descended from the mountains with horsemen, in great power, and he took charge of every city and of every inhabitant of the land. (Judith 3, 7)

  • For he has given his Angels charge over you, so as to preserve you in all your ways. (Psalms 90, 11)

  • And he instructed them, saying, “Take charge of this people, but do not go to war against the Gentiles, until we return.” (1 Maccabees 5, 19)

  • And every soul of the Jews who were taken captive from the land of Judah in all my kingdom, I set at liberty without charge, so that they are all released from tributes, even of their cattle. (1 Maccabees 10, 33)

  • And king Demetrius appointed Apollonius as his general, who was in charge of Coelesyria. And he gathered together a great army, and he drew near to Jamnia. And he sent to Jonathan, the high priest, (1 Maccabees 10, 69)

  • And now, send them back to their houses, but choose for yourself a few men, who may remain with you, and come with me to Ptolemais, and I will deliver it to you, and the rest of the fortresses, and the army, and all who are in charge of governing, and I will turn and go away. For this is the reason that I came.” (1 Maccabees 12, 45)

  • And when he had presented the news that he brought back to king Apollonius about the money, he summoned Heliodorus, who was in charge of this matter, and he sent him with orders, in order to transport the aforesaid money. (2 Maccabees 3, 7)

  • In fact, Timothy fled away to Gazara, to a fortified stronghold, where Chaereas was in charge. (2 Maccabees 10, 32)

  • But a short time afterwards, Lysias, the procurator of the king and a near relative, who also was in charge of the government, was heavily weighed upon by what had happened. (2 Maccabees 11, 1)

  • And with him was Lysias, the procurator, who was in charge of the government, having with him one hundred and ten thousand foot solders, five thousand horsemen, and twenty-two elephants, and three hundred swift chariots with curved blades. (2 Maccabees 13, 2)

“Invoquemos sempre o auxílio de Nossa Senhora.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina