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  • In the morning you shall say: "Would it were evening!" but in the evening you shall say: "Would it were morning!" because of the fear that makes your heart tremble when you behold what your eyes see. (Deuteronomy 28, 67)

  • The Israelites encamped in Gilgal where they celebrated the Passover on the evening of the fourteenth day of the month in the plains of Jericho. (Joshua 5, 10)

  • Then Joshua and all the leaders of Israel rent their garments, put ashes on their heads and remained prostrate before the Ark of Yahweh until evening. Joshua lamented: (Joshua 7, 6)

  • Joshua immediately put them to death by hanging them on five trees until evening. (Joshua 10, 26)

  • On the fifth day, he again rose early in the morning to go, but the father of the young maiden said to him, "Have more patience and stay until evening." So they ate together. (Judges 19, 8)

  • The sons of Israel then went up to weep before Yahweh until evening, and asked Yahweh, saying, "Shall we fight again with the sons of our brother Benjamin?" Yahweh answered, "Go up against them." (Judges 20, 23)

  • Then all the Israelites, all the people, went up to Bethel. There they sat weeping before Yahweh. They fasted the whole day until evening and presented burnt and peace offerings before Yahweh, (Judges 20, 26)

  • The people went to Bethel. There they sat before Yahweh until evening, called on him and wept with great lamentation. (Judges 21, 2)

  • She worked until evening and when she threshed what she had gleaned it amounted to about an ephah. (Ruth 2, 17)

  • On that day, however, as the Israelites became weary, Saul took an oath putting the people under the ban, "Cursed be the man who takes food before evening, before I have avenged myself on my enemies." Because of this oath, no one dared touch any food. (1 Samuel 14, 24)

  • Every morning and again in the evening, the Philistine would come out to throw his challenge; this he did for forty days. (1 Samuel 17, 16)

  • David answered, "Tomorrow is the new moon and I should be dining with the king. But let me hide myself in the open country until the evening of the third day. (1 Samuel 20, 5)


“A meditação não é um meio para chegar a Deus, mas um fim. A finalidade da meditação é o amor a Deus e ao próximo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina