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  • a sinner sows trouble between friends, introducing discord among the peaceful. (Ecclesiasticus 28, 9)

  • Whoever educates his son will be the envy of his enemy, and will be proud of him among his friends. (Ecclesiasticus 30, 3)

  • He leaves an avenger against his enemies and a rewarder of favours for his friends. (Ecclesiasticus 30, 6)

  • Any friend will say, 'I am your friend too,' but some friends are friends only in name. (Ecclesiasticus 37, 1)

  • of saying disagreeable things to friends -- do not follow up a gift with a taunt- (Ecclesiasticus 41, 25)

  • of keeping accounts with a travelling companion, of settling property on your friends, (Ecclesiasticus 42, 3)

  • What will you say when they come and punish you, you yourself having taught them? Against you, in the lead, will come your friends. Then will not anguish grip you as it grips a woman in labour? (Jeremiah 13, 21)

  • For Yahweh says this, "I am going to hand you over to terror, you and all your friends; they will fall by the sword of their enemies, your own eyes will see it. The whole of Judah, too, I shall hand over to the king of Babylon; he will carry them off captive to Babylon and put them to the sword. (Jeremiah 20, 4)

  • As for you, Pashhur, and your whole household, you will go into captivity; you will go to Babylon; there you will die, and there be buried, you and all your friends to whom you have prophesied lies." ' (Jeremiah 20, 6)

  • the sight of all the women left in the king of Judah's palace being led off to the king of Babylon's generals and saying: "They have misled you, they have triumphed over you, those friends of yours! Your feet have sunk in the mud! They are up and away!" (Jeremiah 38, 22)

  • In the city he took prisoner an official who was in command of the fighting men, seven of the king's personal friends who were discovered in the city, the secretary to the army commander responsible for military conscription, and sixty men of distinction discovered in the city. (Jeremiah 52, 25)

  • All night long she is weeping, tears running down her cheeks. Not one of all her lovers remains to comfort her. Her friends have all betrayed her and become her enemies. (Lamentations 1, 2)

“No tumulto das paixões terrenas e das adversidades, surge a grande esperança da misericórdia inexorável de Deus. Corramos confiantes ao tribunal da penitência onde Ele, com ansiedade paterna, espera-nos a todo instante.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina