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  • And he called his name Noah, saying, “This one will console us from the works and hardships of our hands, in the land that the Lord has cursed.” (Genesis 5, 29)

  • And so he set over them masters of the works, in order to afflict them with burdens. And they built for Pharaoh the cities of the tabernacles: Pithom and Raamses. (Exodus 1, 11)

  • And they led their life directly into bitterness, with hard work in clay and brick, and with all kinds of servitude, so that they were being overwhelmed with the works of the land. (Exodus 1, 14)

  • In truth, after a long time, the king of Egypt was dead. And the sons of Israel, groaning, cried out because of the works. And their cry ascended to God from the works. (Exodus 2, 23)

  • And the Lord said to him: “I have seen the affliction of my people in Egypt, and I have heard their outcry because of the harshness of those who are over the works. (Exodus 3, 7)

  • The king of Egypt said to them: “Why do you, Moses and Aaron, distract the people from their works? Go back to your burdens.” (Exodus 5, 4)

  • And Pharaoh said: “The people of the land are many. You see that the turmoil has increased: how much more if you give them rest from the works?” (Exodus 5, 5)

  • Therefore, on the same day, he instructed the overseers of the works, and the taskmasters of the people, saying: (Exodus 5, 6)

  • They shall be oppressed with works, and these shall occupy them, so that they may not agree to lying words.” (Exodus 5, 9)

  • And so the overseers of the works and the taskmasters went out and said to the people: “Thus says Pharaoh: I give you no chaff. (Exodus 5, 10)

  • Likewise, the overseers of the works pressured them, saying: “Complete your work each day, just as you were accustomed to do before, when straw was given to you.” (Exodus 5, 13)

  • And those who were first in the works of the sons of Israel were scourged by Pharaoh’s taskmasters, saying: “Why have you not filled the quota of bricks, neither yesterday, nor today, just as before?” (Exodus 5, 14)


Como distinguir uma tentação de um pecado e como estar certo de que não se pecou? – perguntou um penitente. Padre Pio sorriu e respondeu: “Como se distingue um burro de um homem? O burro tem de ser conduzido; o homem conduz a si mesmo!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina