7 But she replied, "Be quiet and leave me alone! Don't try to fool me. My son is dead." Each day she would rush out of the house to the road which Tobias had taken and would watch for him until sunset. She would let no one comfort her, and when she returned home she would weep and mourn for her son all night long, without sleeping. The two-week wedding feast which Raguel had promised to hold for his daughter Sarah came to an end. So Tobias went to him and asked, "Please let me go home now. I'm certain my parents have given up all hope of ever seeing me again. Please, Raguel, let me go home to my father. I have already told you the condition he was in when I left."

References for Tobit 10:7

    • a 10:7 - She would let no one comfort her; [some manuscripts have] She would not eat a bite.