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  • And my justice will answer on my behalf tomorrow, when the time of settlement arrives before you. And all that is not variegated or blemished or darkened, as much among the sheep as among the goats, these will prove me to be a thief.” (Genesis 30, 33)

  • And Judah said to him, “What could we answer to my lord? And what would we be able to say, or to justly claim? God has discovered the iniquity of your servants. See, we have all become servants to my lord, both we, and he with whom the cup was found.” (Genesis 44, 16)

  • he responded, “Remain for this night, and I will answer with whatever the Lord will say to me.” And while they stayed with Balaam, God came and said to him, (Numbers 22, 8)

  • I beg you to remain for this night also, so that I may know what the Lord will answer me again.” (Numbers 22, 19)

  • And after many evils and afflictions have overwhelmed them, this canticle will answer them as a testimony; it shall never pass into oblivion, away from the mouths of their offspring. For I know their thoughts and what they are about to do today, even before I lead them into the land which I have promised to them.” (Deuteronomy 31, 21)

  • they would ask him, then say ‘Shibboleth,’ which is translated as ‘ear of grain.’ But he would answer ‘Sibboleth,’ not being able to express the word for an ear of grain in the same letters. And immediately apprehending him, they would cut his throat, at the same crossing point of the Jordan. And in that time of Ephraim, forty-two thousand fell. (Judges 12, 6)

  • And David responded to Jonathan, “Who will repeat it to me, if your father may perhaps answer you harshly about me?” (1 Samuel 20, 10)

  • And Absalom would answer him: “Your words seem good and just to me. But there is no one appointed by the king to hear you.” And Absalom would say: (2 Samuel 15, 3)

  • And Solomon taught her, in all the words that she had proposed to him. There was not any word which was able to be hidden from the king, or which he did not answer for her. (1 Kings 10, 3)

  • And I said to them: “As you know, in accord with what was possible for us, we have redeemed our brothers, the Jews, who had been sold to the Gentiles. And yet you now sell your brothers, and we must redeem them?” And they were silent, nor did they find anything to answer. (Nehemiah 5, 8)

  • If he suddenly should question, who will answer him? Or who can say, “Why did you do so?” (Job 9, 12)

  • what am I then, that I should answer him and exchange words with him? (Job 9, 14)

O maldito “eu” o mantém apegado à Terra e o impede de voar para Jesus. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina