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  • Judith then told her maid to stay just outside the bedroom and wait for her to come out, as she did every morning. She had let it be understood she would be going out to her prayers and had also spoken of her intention to Bagoas. (Judith 13, 3)

  • So now find seven bullocks and seven rams, and take them back with you to my servant Job and make a burnt offering for yourselves, while Job, my servant, offers prayers for you. I shall show him favour and shall not inflict my displeasure on you for not having spoken about me correctly, as my servant Job had done.' (Job 42, 8)

  • End of the prayers of David, son of Jesse. (Psalms 72, 20)

  • Dividing them into three commands, he advanced on the enemy's rear, with trumpets sounding and prayers shouted aloud. (1 Maccabees 5, 33)

  • We, for our part, on every occasion, at our festivals and on other appointed days, unfailingly remember you in the sacrifices we offer and in our prayers, as it is right and fitting to remember brothers. (1 Maccabees 12, 11)

  • May he hear your prayers and be reconciled with you, and not abandon you in time of evil. (2 Maccabees 1, 5)

  • After these prayers, they armed themselves and advanced a fair distance from the city, halting when they were close to the enemy. (2 Maccabees 10, 27)

  • but the men of Judas closed with the enemy uttering invocations and prayers. (2 Maccabees 15, 26)

  • Yahweh keeps his distance from the wicked, but he listens to the prayers of the upright. (Proverbs 15, 29)

  • Do not talk too much at the gathering of elders, and do not repeat yourself at your prayers. (Ecclesiasticus 7, 14)

  • When I was still a youth, before I went travelling, in my prayers I asked outright for wisdom. (Ecclesiasticus 51, 13)

  • When you stretch out your hands I turn my eyes away. You may multiply your prayers, I shall not be listening. Your hands are covered in blood, (Isaiah 1, 15)

“A natureza humana também quer a sua parte. Até Maria, Mãe de Jesus, que sabia que por meio de Sua morte a humanidade seria redimida, chorou e sofreu – e como sofreu!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina