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  • Then, Yahweh God made the man fall into a deep sleep. And, while he was asleep, he took one of his ribs and closed the flesh up again forthwith. (Genesis 2, 21)

  • And the man said: This one at last is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh! She is to be called Woman, because she was taken from Man. (Genesis 2, 23)

  • This is why a man leaves his father and mother and becomes attached to his wife, and they become one flesh. (Genesis 2, 24)


  • Yahweh said, 'My spirit cannot be indefinitely responsible for human beings, who are only flesh; let the time allowed each be a hundred and twenty years.' (Genesis 6, 3)

  • with this exception: you must not eat flesh with life, that is to say blood, in it. (Genesis 9, 4)

  • You must circumcise the flesh of your foreskin, and that will be the sign of the covenant between myself and you. (Genesis 17, 11)

  • Whether born within the household or bought, they must be circumcised. My covenant must be marked in your flesh as a covenant in perpetuity. (Genesis 17, 13)

  • and Laban said to him, 'You are indeed my bone and flesh!' After Jacob had been staying with him for a month, (Genesis 29, 14)

  • Come, let us sell him to the Ishmaelites, then we shall not have laid hands on him ourselves. After all, he is our brother, and our own flesh.' His brothers agreed. (Genesis 37, 27)

  • In another three days Pharaoh will lift up your head by hanging you on a gallows, and the birds will eat the flesh off your bones.' (Genesis 40, 19)

  • Yahweh then said, 'Put your hand back inside your tunic.' He put his hand back inside his tunic and when he drew it out, there it was restored, just like the rest of his flesh. (Exodus 4, 7)

  • That night, the flesh must be eaten, roasted over the fire; it must be eaten with unleavened bread and bitter herbs. (Exodus 12, 8)

“O Senhor nos dá tantas graças e nós pensamos que tocamos o céu com um dedo. Não sabemos, no entanto, que para crescer precisamos de pão duro, das cruzes, das humilhações, das provações e das contradições.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina