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  • Esau responded, “I beg you, that at least some of the people who are with me may remain to accompany you on the way.” But he said, “There is no need. I have need of one thing only: to find favor in your sight, my lord.” (Genesis 33, 15)

  • And so Esau returned that day, by the way that he had arrived, to Seir. (Genesis 33, 16)

  • When they had boldly completed these acts, Jacob said to Simeon and Levi: “You have troubled me, and you have made me hateful to the Canaanites and the Perizzites, the inhabitants of this land. We are few. They, gathering themselves together, may strike me down, and then both I and my house will be wiped away.” (Genesis 34, 30)

  • In truth, Jacob, having called together all his house, said: “Cast away the foreign gods that are in your midst and be cleansed, and also change your garments. (Genesis 35, 2)

  • And so Rachel died, and she was buried in the way that leads to Ephrath: this place is Bethlehem. (Genesis 35, 19)

  • And when he also had passed away, Baal-hanan, the son of Achbor, succeeded to the kingdom. (Genesis 36, 38)

  • “Do not take away his life, nor shed blood. But throw him into this cistern, which is in the wilderness, and so keep your hands harmless.” But he said this, wanting to rescue him from their hands, so as to return him to his father. (Genesis 37, 22)

  • Because of this matter, Judah said to his daughter-in-law Tamar, “Be a widow in your father’s house, until my son Shelah grows up.” For he was afraid, lest he also might die, just as his brothers did. She went away, and she lived in her father’s house. (Genesis 38, 11)

  • And storing away the garments of her widowhood, she took up a veil. And changing her clothing, she sat at the crossroad that leads to Timnah, because Shelah had grown up, and she had not received him as a husband. (Genesis 38, 14)

  • And she arose and went away. And storing away the garments that she had taken up, she was clothed in the garments of her widowhood. (Genesis 38, 19)

  • after which Pharaoh will carry away your head, and also suspend you from a cross, and the birds will tear your flesh.” (Genesis 40, 19)

  • that now have already begun to occur, be gathered into storehouses. And let all the grain be stored away, under the power of Pharaoh, and let it be kept in the cities. (Genesis 41, 35)


“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