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  • He then added: "Blessed be Yahweh, God of Shem, let Canaan be his slave! (Genesis 9, 26)

  • She added, "Who would have told Abraham that Sarah would nurse children? Yet I have given birth to a son for him in his old age." (Genesis 21, 7)

  • Abraham rose early next morning and saddled his donkey and took with him two of his young men and his son Isaac. He chopped wood for the burnt offering and set out for the place to which God had directed him. (Genesis 22, 3)

  • Isaac was forty when he married Rebekah, daughter of Bethuel, the Aramean from Paddan-aram, the sister of Laban the Aramean. (Genesis 25, 20)

  • Go to Paddan-aram, to the house of Bethuel, your mother's father, and choose a wife for yourself from the daughters of Laban, your mother's brother. (Genesis 28, 2)

  • Isaac sent Jacob away and he went to Paddan-aram to Laban, the son of Bethuel, the Aramean, brother to Rebekah. (Genesis 28, 5)

  • Esau saw that Isaac had blessed Jacob and sent him to Paddan-aram to choose a wife for himself, and in blessing him had commanded him, "Do not marry a Canaanite woman." (Genesis 28, 6)

  • And in obedience to his father and mother, Jacob had gone to Paddan-aram. (Genesis 28, 7)

  • While Jacob was sleeping, he had a dream in which a ladder stood on the earth with its top reaching to heaven and on it were angels of God going up and coming down. (Genesis 28, 12)

  • He then added, "Say what you want for wages and I will pay you." (Genesis 30, 28)

  • He put the sheep apart but made the rest face the streaked and dark colored animals that belonged to Laban. In this way he built up droves of his own and did not add them to Laban's flock. (Genesis 30, 40)

  • He also took with him all his livestock and all that he had accumulated (the livestock he had acquired at Paddan-aram) to return to his father Isaac in the land of Canaan. (Genesis 31, 18)


“A natureza humana também quer a sua parte. Até Maria, Mãe de Jesus, que sabia que por meio de Sua morte a humanidade seria redimida, chorou e sofreu – e como sofreu!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina