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  • The elder gave birth to a son and named him Moab. He was the ancestor of the Moabites who live today. (Genesis 19, 37)

  • Husham died and Hadad, son of Bedad succeeded; he defeated the Midianites in the country of Moab, and his city was called Avith. (Genesis 36, 35)

  • The chieftains of Edom are dismayed; the leaders of Moab are seized with trembling; the people of Canaan melt away. (Exodus 15, 15)

  • Then they left Oboth and camped at Iye-abarim, in the wilderness that borders Moab, toward the sunrise. (Numbers 21, 11)

  • They set out from there and camped beyond the Arnon. This valley in the desert begins in the land of the Amorites and is on the border of Moab, between the Moabites and the Amorites. (Numbers 21, 13)

  • and the slope of the ravine that runs down to Ar along the border of Moab. (Numbers 21, 15)

  • from Bamoth to the valley that gives on to the country of Moab, toward the heights of Pisgah which looks down on the desert. (Numbers 21, 20)

  • Heshbon was the capital of Sihon, king of the Amorites, who had fought against the former king of Moab and captured from him all this territory as far as the Arnon. (Numbers 21, 26)

  • A fire came out of Heshbon, a flame from the city of Sihon. It devoured Ar of Moab and the Baals of the high places of Moab. (Numbers 21, 28)

  • Woe to you, Moab! You are lost, people of Chemosh! Your sons have fled; your daughters were taken captive. (Numbers 21, 29)

  • Then the Israelites journeyed on and camped in the plains of Moab along the Jordan opposite Jericho. (Numbers 22, 1)

  • So the Moabites said to the elders of Midian, "Look, this horde is destroying everything around us as easily as the ox eats the grass of the field." So Balak, son of Zippor, king of Moab at the time, (Numbers 22, 4)

“No tumulto das paixões terrenas e das adversidades, surge a grande esperança da misericórdia inexorável de Deus. Corramos confiantes ao tribunal da penitência onde Ele, com ansiedade paterna, espera-nos a todo instante.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina