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  • Moses did what the Lord had commanded, sending from the desert of Pharan, principal men, whose names are these: (Numbers 13, 4)

  • And when they were gone up, they viewed the land from the desert of Sin, unto Rohob as you enter into Emath. (Numbers 13, 22)

  • And came to Moses and Aaron and to all the assembly of the children of Israel to the desert of Pharan, which is in Cades. And speaking to them and to all the multitude, they shewed them the fruits of the land: (Numbers 13, 27)

  • Your children shall wander in the desert forty years, and shall bear your fornication, until the carcasses of their fathers be consumed ill the desert, (Numbers 14, 33)

  • Is it a small matter to thee, that thou hast brought us out of a land that flowed with milk and honey, to kill us in the desert, except thou rule also like a lord over us? (Numbers 16, 13)

  • And the children of Israel, and all the multitude came into the desert of Sin, in the first month: and the people abode in Cades. And Mary died there, and was buried in the same place. (Numbers 20, 1)

  • Which they left and encamped over against Arnon, which is in the desert and standeth out on the borders of the Amorrhite. For Arnon is the border of Moab, dividing the Moabites and the Amorrhites. (Numbers 21, 13)

  • From Bamoth, is a valley in the country of Moab, to the top of Phasga, which looked towards the desert. (Numbers 21, 20)

  • And he would not grant that Israel should pass by his borders: but rather gathering an army, went forth to meet them in the desert, and came to Jasa, and fought against them. (Numbers 21, 23)

  • And when Balaam saw that it pleased the Lord that he should bless Israel. he went not as he had gone before, to seek divination: but setting his face towards the desert, (Numbers 24, 1)

  • Among whom there was not one of them that were numbered before by Moses and Aaron in the desert of Sinai. (Numbers 26, 64)

  • Our father died in the desert, and was not in the sedition, that was raised against the Lord under Core, but he died in his own sin: and he had no male children. Why is his name taken away out of his family, because he had no son? Give us a possession among the kinsmen of our father. (Numbers 27, 3)


“A ingenuidade e’ uma virtude, mas apenas ate certo ponto; ela deve sempre ser acompanhada da prudência. A astúcia e a safadeza, por outro lado, são diabólicas e podem causar muito mal.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina