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  • The Lord, being angry at Moses, said: “Aaron the Levite is your brother. I know that he is eloquent. Behold, he is going out to meet you, and seeing you, he will rejoice in heart. (Exodus 4, 14)

  • Then the Lord said to Aaron, “Go into the desert to meet Moses.” And he went directly to meet him on the mountain of God, and he kissed him. (Exodus 4, 27)

  • And Moses explained to Aaron all the words of the Lord, by which he had sent him, and the signs which he had commanded. (Exodus 4, 28)

  • And Aaron spoke all the words which the Lord had said to Moses. And he accomplished the signs in the sight of the people, (Exodus 4, 30)

  • After these things, Moses and Aaron entered, and they said to Pharaoh: “Thus says the Lord God of Israel: Release my people, so that they may sacrifice to me in the desert.” (Exodus 5, 1)

  • The king of Egypt said to them: “Why do you, Moses and Aaron, distract the people from their works? Go back to your burdens.” (Exodus 5, 4)

  • And they met with Moses and Aaron, who stood opposite them as they departed from Pharaoh. (Exodus 5, 20)

  • And the Lord spoke to Moses and Aaron, and he gave them a commandment for the sons of Israel, and for Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, that they should lead the sons of Israel away from the land of Egypt. (Exodus 6, 13)

  • Now Amram took as a wife Jochebed, his paternal aunt, who bore for him Aaron and Moses. And the years of the life of Amram were one hundred and thirty-seven. (Exodus 6, 20)

  • Now Aaron took as a wife Elizabeth, the daughter of Amminadab, sister of Nahshon, who bore for him Nadab, and Abihu, and Eleazar, and Ithamar. (Exodus 6, 23)

  • And truly Eleazar, the son of Aaron, took a wife from the daughters of Putiel. And she bore him Phinehas. These are the heads of the Levitical families by their kindred. (Exodus 6, 25)

  • These are Aaron and Moses, whom the Lord instructed to lead the sons of Israel away from the land of Egypt by their companies. (Exodus 6, 26)

“Você deve ter sempre prudência e amor. A prudência tem olhos; o amor tem pernas. O amor, como tem pernas, gostaria de correr a Deus. Mas seu impulso de deslanchar na direção dEle é cego e, algumas vezes, pode tropeçar se não for guiado pela prudência, que tem olhos.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina