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  • But Sarai was barren and had no children. (Genesis 11, 30)

  • And Abram said: “Lord God, what will you give to me? I may go without children. And the son of the steward of my house is this Eliezer of Damascus.” (Genesis 15, 2)

  • Now Sarai, the wife of Abram, had not conceived children. But, having an Egyptian handmaid named Hagar, (Genesis 16, 1)

  • Then Rachel, discerning that she was infertile, envied her sister, and so she said to her husband, “Give me children, otherwise I will die.” (Genesis 30, 1)

  • Give me my wives, and my children, for whom I have served you, so that I may depart. You know the servitude with which I have served you.” (Genesis 30, 26)

  • And so Jacob rose up, and having placed the children and his wives upon camels, he went forth. (Genesis 31, 17)

  • And he placed the two handmaids and their children at the beginning. Truly, Leah and her sons were in the second place. Then Rachel and Joseph were last. (Genesis 33, 2)

  • He, knowing that the sons to be born would not be his, when he entered to the wife of his brother, he spilled his seed on the ground, lest children should be born in his brother’s name. (Genesis 38, 9)

  • Their father Jacob said, “You have caused me to be without children. Joseph is not living, Simeon is held in chains, and Benjamin you would carry away. All these evils have fallen back upon me.” (Genesis 42, 36)

  • Then may my Almighty God cause him to be pleased by you. And send your brother, whom he holds, back with you, along with this one, Benjamin. But as for me, without my children, I will be like one who is bereaved.” (Genesis 43, 14)

  • Now these are the names of the sons of Israel, who entered into Egypt, he with his children. The firstborn is Reuben. (Genesis 46, 8)

  • so that you may be able to have grain. One fifth part you will give to the king; the remaining four I permit to you, as seed and as food for your families and children. (Genesis 47, 24)


“Mesmo quando perdemos a consciência deste mundo, quando parecemos já mortos, Deus nos dá ainda uma chance de entender o que é realmente o pecado, antes de nos julgar. E se entendemos corretamente, como podemos não nos arrepender?” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina