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  • And I will fill you again with men and with cattle. And they will be multiplied, and they will increase. And I will cause you to live as from the beginning, and I will give you even greater gifts than those you had from the start. And you shall know that I am the Lord. (Ezekiel 36, 11)




  • And he will act to reinforce Maozim with an alien god, of whom he has become aware, and he will increase their glory, and will give them power over many, and he will distribute land for free. (Daniel 11, 39)

  • Come to Bethel and behave impiously, to Gilgal and increase betrayals. And bring daybreak to your victims, your tithes in three days. (Amos 4, 4)

  • You say, “When will the first day of the month be over, so we can sell our wares, and the sabbath, so we can open the grain: in order that we may decrease the measure, and increase the price, and substitute deceitful scales, (Amos 8, 5)

  • Become bald and shaved for your delicate sons. Increase your baldness like the eagle. For they have been carried into captivity from you. (Micah 1, 16)

  • And the Apostles said to the Lord, “Increase our faith.” (Luke 17, 5)

  • He must increase, while I must decrease. (John 3, 30)




  • For one person discerns one age from the next. But another discerns unto every age. Let each one increase according to his own mind. (Romans 14, 5)

  • And he who ministers seed to the sower will offer you bread to eat, and will multiply your seed, and will increase the growth of the fruits of your justice. (2 Corinthians 9, 10)

  • Instead, acting according to truth in charity, we should increase in everything, in him who is the head, Christ himself. (Ephesians 4, 15)

  • and not holding up the head, with which the whole body, by its underlying joints and ligaments, is joined together and grows with an increase that is of God. (Colossians 2, 19)

  • Like newborn infants, desire the milk of reasonableness without guile, so that by this you may increase unto salvation, (1 Peter 2, 2)




“O amor nada mais é do que o brilho de Deus nos homens”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina