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  • And Omri slept with his fathers, and he was buried in Samaria. And Ahab, his son, reigned in his place. (1 Kings 16, 28)

  • Truly, Ahab, the son of Omri, reigned over Israel in the thirty-eighth year of Asa, the king of Judah. And Ahab, the son of Omri, reigned over Israel at Samaria for twenty-two years. (1 Kings 16, 29)

  • And Ahab, the son of Omri, did evil in the sight of the Lord, beyond all who had been before him. (1 Kings 16, 30)

  • And he planted a sacred grove. And Ahab added to his works, provoking the Lord, the God of Israel, beyond all the kings of Israel who had been before him. (1 Kings 16, 33)

  • And Elijah the Tishbite, from the inhabitants of Gilead, said to Ahab, “As the Lord lives, the God of Israel, in whose sight I stand, there shall not be dew or rain during these years, except by the words of my mouth.” (1 Kings 17, 1)

  • After many days, the word of the Lord came to Elijah, in the third year, saying, “Go and show yourself to Ahab, so that I may grant rain upon the face of the earth.” (1 Kings 18, 1)

  • Therefore, Elijah went to show himself to Ahab. For there was a severe famine in Samaria. (1 Kings 18, 2)

  • And Ahab called Obadiah, the manager of his household. Now Obadiah feared the Lord greatly. (1 Kings 18, 3)

  • Then Ahab said to Obadiah, “Go into the land, to all fountains of water, and to all the valleys, for perhaps we will be able to find plants, and save the horses and mules, so that the beasts of burden may not perish entirely.” (1 Kings 18, 5)

  • And they divided the regions among themselves, so that they might travel through them. Ahab went one way alone, and Obadiah went another way by himself. (1 Kings 18, 6)

  • And he said: “How have I sinned that you would deliver me, your servant, into the hand of Ahab, so that he would put me to death? (1 Kings 18, 9)

  • And when I will have departed from you, the Spirit of the Lord will transport you to a place that I do not know. And entering, I will report to Ahab. And he, not finding you, will put me to death. Yet your servant has feared the Lord from his infancy. (1 Kings 18, 12)


“Não há nada mais inaceitável do que uma mulher caprichosa, frívola e arrogante, especialmente se é casada. Uma esposa cristã deve ser uma mulher de profunda piedade em relação a Deus, um anjo de paz na família, digna e agradável em relação ao próximo.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina