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  • Therefore, the Lord God, having formed from the soil all the animals of the earth and all the flying creatures of the air, brought them to Adam, in order to see what he would call them. For whatever Adam would call any living creature, that would be its name. (Genesis 2, 19)




  • And so the Lord God sent him away from the Paradise of enjoyment, in order to work the earth from which he was taken. (Genesis 3, 23)

  • Likewise, he sent forth a dove after him, in order to see if the waters had now ceased upon the face of the earth. (Genesis 8, 8)

  • And he took his wife Sarai, and Lot, the son of his brother, and all the substance which they had come to possess, and the lives which they had acquired in Haran, and they departed in order to go to the land of Canaan. And when they arrived in it, (Genesis 12, 5)

  • I will descend and see whether they have fulfilled the work of the outcry that has reached me, or whether it is not so, in order that I may know.” (Genesis 18, 21)

  • And they came to the place that God had shown to him. There he built an altar, and he set the wood in order upon it. And when he had bound his son Isaac, he laid him on the altar upon the pile of wood. (Genesis 22, 9)

  • And he reached out his hand and took hold of the sword, in order to sacrifice his son. (Genesis 22, 10)




  • And when Rebekah had heard this, and he had gone out into the field to fulfill his father’s order, (Genesis 27, 5)

  • she called to herself the men of her house, and she said to them: “Lo, he has brought in a Hebrew man to abuse us. He entered toward me, in order to join with me; and when I had shouted out, (Genesis 39, 14)

  • These will be fulfilled in this order. (Genesis 41, 28)

  • And remembering the dreams, which he had seen in another time, he said to them: “You are scouts. You have come in order to see which parts of the land are weaker.” (Genesis 42, 9)

  • And they said: “It is not so, my lord. But your servants have arrived in order to buy food. (Genesis 42, 10)




“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