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  • Then Isaac took Rebekah into his tent; he married her, and thus she became his wife. In his love for her Isaac found solace after the death of his mother Sarah. (Genesis 24, 67)

  • After the death of Abraham, God blessed his son Isaac, who made his home near Beer-lahai-roi. (Genesis 25, 11)

  • Abimelech therefore gave this warning to all his men: "Anyone who molests this man or his wife shall forthwith be put to death." (Genesis 26, 11)

  • (Isaac reopened the wells which his father's servants had dug back in the days of his father Abraham and which the Philistines had stopped up after Abraham's death; he gave them the same names that his father had given them.) (Genesis 26, 18)

  • Death came to Rebekah's nurse Deborah; she was buried under the oak below Bethel, and so it was called Allonbacuth. (Genesis 35, 8)

  • With her last breath--for she was at the point of death-she called him Ben-oni; his father, however, named him Benjamin. (Genesis 35, 18)

  • Then Judah urged his father Israel: "Let the boy go with me, that we may be off and on our way if you and we and our children are to keep from starving to death. (Genesis 43, 8)

  • Since my father, at the point of death, made me promise on oath to bury him in the tomb that he had prepared for himself in the land of Canaan, may I go up there to bury my father and then come back?" (Genesis 50, 5)

  • Pharaoh, too, heard of the affair and sought to put him to death. But Moses fled from him and stayed in the land of Midian. As he was seated there by a well, (Exodus 2, 15)

  • Set limits for the people all around the mountain, and tell them: Take care not to go up the mountain, or even to touch its base. If anyone touches the mountain, he must be put to death. (Exodus 19, 12)

  • No hand shall touch him; he must be stoned to death or killed with arrows. Such a one, man or beast, must not be allowed to live. Only when the ram's horn resounds may they go up to the mountain." (Exodus 19, 13)

  • "Whoever strikes a man a mortal blow must be put to death. (Exodus 21, 12)

“Meu Deus, perdoa-me. Nunca Te ofereci nada na minha vida e, agora, por este pouco que estou sofrendo, em comparação a tudo o que Tu sofreste na Cruz, eu reclamo injustamente!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina