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  • To the woman, God said, "I will increase your suffering in childbearing, and you will give birth to your children in pain. You will be dependent on your husband and he will lord it over you." (Genesis 3, 16)

  • Three days later when they were still in pain, two of Jacob's sons, Simeon and Levi, Dinah's brothers, taking their swords, entered and took the town by surprise (Genesis 34, 25)

  • When she was in great pain the midwife said to her, "Courage! For now you will have another son." (Genesis 35, 17)

  • And as she breathed her last - for she was dying - she called him Benoni (which means: son of my pain), but his father named him Benjamin. (Genesis 35, 18)

  • Jabez was the known of them. His mother had given him the name Jabez, to recall that "In pain she had given birth to him." (1 Chronicles 4, 9)

  • Jabez called on the God of Israel, "If you truly bless me, you will give me much land. Be with me, and keep me from anything that might harm or cause me pain." God gave him what he had prayed for. (1 Chronicles 4, 10)

  • It lasted for more than one year, and when the two years were over and his last hour had come, he died in great pain. The people did not light a bonfire in mourning for him as they had for his father. (2 Chronicles 21, 19)

  • He called Tobias and said to him: "My son, when I die, see to my burial. Look after your mother. Honor her all the days of your life. Do what pleases her and do not cause her any pain. (Tobit 4, 3)

  • Remember, my son, that she suffered much pain on your account when you were in her womb. When she dies, bury her next to me, in the same tomb. (Tobit 4, 4)

  • When I think my bed will comfort me and my couch will soothe my pain, (Job 7, 13)

  • Only the pain of his own body does he feel; only for himself does he mourn. (Job 14, 22)

  • At night gnawing pain pierces my bones. My veins have no rest. (Job 30, 17)

“Padre Pio disse a um filho espiritual: Trabalhe! Ele perguntou: No que devo trabalhar, Padre? Ele respondeu: Em amar sempre mais a Jesus!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina