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  • Those mauled I never brought back to you, but bore the loss myself. You demanded compensation from me, whether the animal was stolen in daylight or at night. (Genesis 31, 39)

  • In the daytime the heat devoured me, and frost at night; I never had a good night's sleep. (Genesis 31, 40)

  • Laban replied to Jacob, 'These daughters are my daughters and these children are my children, this livestock is my livestock: everything you see belongs to me. But what can I do today about my daughters here or about the children they have borne? (Genesis 31, 43)

  • Laban said, 'May this cairn be a witness between us today.' That is why he named it Galeed, (Genesis 31, 48)

  • And Jacob was left alone. Then someone wrestled with him until daybreak (Genesis 32, 25)

  • He said, 'Let me go, for day is breaking.' Jacob replied, 'I will not let you go unless you bless me.' (Genesis 32, 27)

  • That is why to this day the Israelites do not eat the thigh sinew which is at the hip socket: because he had struck Jacob at the hip socket on the thigh sinew. (Genesis 32, 33)

  • But Jacob replied, 'As my lord knows, the children are weak, and the sheep and cows which have calved make it hard for me. If they are driven too hard, even for one day, the whole drove will die. (Genesis 33, 13)

  • So that day Esau turned back towards Seir, (Genesis 33, 16)

  • Now on the third day, when the men were still in pain, Jacob's two sons Simeon and Levi, Dinah's brothers, each took his sword and advanced unopposed against the town and slaughtered all the males. (Genesis 34, 25)

  • Jacob raised a monument on her grave, that same monument of Rachel's Tomb which is there today. (Genesis 35, 20)

  • Tearing his clothes and putting sackcloth round his waist, Jacob mourned his son for many days. (Genesis 37, 34)


“Onde há mais sacrifício, há mais generosidade.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina