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  • Then Holofernes instructed his servants to apprehend Achior, and to lead him through to Bethulia, and to deliver him into the hands of the sons of Israel. (Judith 6, 7)

  • Thereafter, the sons of Israel, descending from Bethulia, came to him. Releasing him, they brought him to Bethulia. And so, standing him in the midst of the people, they interrogated him as to what event caused the Assyrians to abandon him, bound. (Judith 6, 10)

  • But Holofernes, on another day, instructed his army to ascend against Bethulia. (Judith 7, 1)

  • And when they had kept this watch through twenty full days, the cisterns and collections of waters failed among all the inhabitants of Bethulia, so that there was within the city not enough to satisfy them for even one day, because water was given out to the people daily by measure. (Judith 7, 11)

  • For he was standing over those who bound sheaves in the field, and the heat overcame his head, and he died in Bethulia, his own city, and he was buried there with his fathers. (Judith 8, 3)

  • And she went out in the nights into the valley of Bethulia, and she washed herself in a fountain of water. (Judith 12, 7)

  • But the remainder, who were in Bethulia, entered the camp of the Assyrians and took away the plunder that the Assyrians, in their flight, had left behind, and they were exceedingly burdened. (Judith 15, 7)

  • In truth, those who returned victorious to Bethulia brought with them everything that was theirs. So there was no numbering their cattle, and beasts, and everything they could carry, so much so that, from the least to the greatest, all were made rich by their spoils. (Judith 15, 8)

  • But Joachim, the high priest, came from Jerusalem to Bethulia with all his elders to see Judith. (Judith 15, 9)

  • And after those days, each one returned to his own house, and Judith became great in Bethulia, and she had great splendor in all the land of Israel. (Judith 16, 25)

  • But she remained in her husband’s house for one hundred and five years, and she set her handmaid free. And she passed away and was buried with her husband in Bethulia. (Judith 16, 28)

“Onde há mais sacrifício, há mais generosidade.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina