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  • Yahweh said to Noah, 'Go aboard the ark, you and all your household, for you alone of your contemporaries do I see before me as an upright man. (Genesis 7, 1)

  • When Pharaoh's officials saw her they sang her praises to Pharaoh and the woman was taken into Pharaoh's household. (Genesis 12, 15)

  • But Yahweh inflicted severe plagues on Pharaoh and his household because of Abram's wife Sarai. (Genesis 12, 17)

  • When Abram heard that his kinsman had been taken captive, he mustered his retainers born in his own household, numbering three hundred and eighteen, and gave chase as far as Dan. (Genesis 14, 14)

  • Since you have given me no offspring,' Abram continued, 'a member of my household will be my heir.' (Genesis 15, 3)

  • As soon as he is eight days old, every one of your males, generation after generation, must be circumcised, including slaves born within the household or bought from a foreigner not of your descent. (Genesis 17, 12)

  • Whether born within the household or bought, they must be circumcised. My covenant must be marked in your flesh as a covenant in perpetuity. (Genesis 17, 13)

  • Then Abraham took his son Ishmael, all the slaves born in his household or whom he had bought, in short all the males among the people of Abraham's household, and circumcised their foreskins that same day, as God had said to him. (Genesis 17, 23)

  • and all the men of his household, those born in the household and those bought from foreigners, were circumcised with him. (Genesis 17, 27)

  • for Yahweh had made all the women of Abimelech's household barren on account of Sarah, Abraham's wife. (Genesis 20, 18)

  • Abraham said to the senior servant in his household, the steward of all his property, 'Place your hand under my thigh: (Genesis 24, 2)

  • The little you had before I came has increased enormously, and Yahweh has blessed you wherever I have been. When am I to provide for my own household too?' (Genesis 30, 30)

“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