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Wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat. Matthew 7:13

Trivia: What did Jesus say about those that endure to the end?

SAB: Selected Verses

  1. They walked in the midst of the flame, praising God.   3:24
  2. Azarias standing up prayed in this manner, and opening his mouth in the midst of the fire, he said: ... thou art just in all that thou hast done to us.   3:25
  3. The king's servants who had cast them in continued to heat the furnace with brimstone, pitch, and dry sticks ... and the fire touched them not at all.   3:49
  4. The old men saw her [Susanna] going in every day, and walking: and they were inflamed with lust towards her.   13:8
  5. The two elders arose, and ran to her, and said ... we are in love with thee: wherefore consent to us, and lie with us.   13:19
  6. Daniel took pitch, and fat, and hair, and boiled them together: and he made lumps, and put them into the dragon' s mouth, and the dragon burst asunder.   14:26
  7. The angel of the Lord took him by the top of his head, and carried him by the hair of his head, and set him in Babylon over the den.   14:35
  8. Support the old age of thy father ... And if his understanding fail, have patience with him.   3:14
  9. Seek not the things that are too high for thee, and search not into things above thy ability ... For it is not necessary for thee to see with thy eyes those things that are hid.   3:22
  10. In unnecessary matters be not over curious, and in many of his works thou shalt not be inquisitive.   3:24
  11. In nowise speak against the truth, but be ashamed of the lie of thy ignorance.   4:30
  12. Strive for justice for thy soul, and even unto death fight for justice,.   4:33
  13. Let not thy hand be stretched out to receive, and shut when thou shouldst give.   4:36
  14. The priests put on haircloths, and they caused the little children to lie prostrate before the temple of the Lord, and the altar of the Lord they covered with haircloth.   4:8
  15. They who offered the holocausts to the Lord, offered the sacrifices to the Lord girded with haircloths, and with ashes upon their head.   4:15
  16. The children of Israel, when they saw the multitude of them, prostrated themselves upon the ground, putting ashes upon their heads.   7:4
  17. She [Judith] wore haircloth upon her loins.   8:6
  18. Judith went into her oratory: and putting on haircloth, laid ashes on her head: and falling down prostrate before the Lord.   9:1
  19. O Lord God of my father Simeon, who gavest him a sword to execute vengeance against strangers, who had defiled by their uncleanness, and uncovered the virgin unto confusion.   9:2
  20. And who gavest their wives to be made a prey, and their daughters into captivity: and all their spoils to be divided to thy servants, who were zealous with thy zeal.   9:3
  21. Holofernes was made merry on her occasion, and drank exceeding much wine, so much as he had never drunk in his life.   12:20
  22. She [Judith] struck twice upon his neck, and cut off his head.   13:10
  23. She [Judith] went out, and delivered the head of Holofernes to her maid, and bade her put it into her wallet.   13:11
  24. Judith said: Praise ye the Lord ... by me ... he hath killed the enemy of his people.   13:17
  25. Then she brought forth the head of Holofernes out of the wallet, and shewed it them, saying: Behold the head of Holofernes.   13:19
  26. Blessed art thou [Judith] ... above all women upon the earth.   13:23
  27. Blessed be the Lord ... who hath directed thee to the cutting off the head of the prince of our enemies.   13:24
  28. God ...hath cut off the head of all the unbelievers this night by my hand.   13:27
  29. Judith said to all the people: Hear me, my brethren, hang ye up this head upon our walls.   14:1
  30. When the captains of them shall run to the tent of Holofernes, and shall find him without his head wallowing in his blood, fear shall fall upon them.   14:4
  31. Then Achior seeing the power that the God of Israel had wrought, leaving the religion of the gentiles, he believed God, and circumcised the flesh of his foreskin, and was joined to the people of Israel.   14:6
  32. They hung up the head of Holofernes upon the walls.   14:7
  33. Vagao ... perceived no motion of one lying, he came near to the curtain, and lifting it up, and seeing the body of Holofernes, lying upon the ground, without the head, sweltering in his blood, he cried out with a loud voice, with weeping, and rent his garments.   14:13
  34. One Hebrew woman hath made confusion in the house of king Nabuchodonosor: for behold Holofernes lieth upon the ground, and his head is not upon him.   14:16
  35. King Sennacherib was come back, fleeing from Judea by reason of the slaughter that God had made about him for his blasphemy.   1:21
  36. As he [Tobias] was sleeping, hot dung out of a swallow's nest fell upon his eyes, and he was made blind.   2:11
  37. Sara daughter of Raguel ... had been given to seven husbands, and a devil named Asmodeus had killed them, at their first going in unto her.   3:7
  38. Tobias ... went out to wash his feet, and behold a monstrous fish came up to devour him.   6:1
  39. The angel, answering, said to him: If thou put a little piece of its heart upon coals, the smoke thereof driveth away all kind of devils, either from man or from woman, so that they come no more to them.   6:8
  40. And the gall is good for anointing the eyes, in which there is a white speck, and they shall be cured.   6:9

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