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  • And he led her into the tent of Sarah his mother, and he accepted her as wife. And he loved her so very much, that it tempered the sorrow which befell him at his mother’s death. (Genesis 24, 67)




  • Isaac was fond of Esau, because he was fed from his hunting; and Rebekah loved Jacob. (Genesis 25, 28)

  • Neither did the young man cause any delay; in fact he immediately fulfilled what was requested. For he loved the girl very much, and he was well-known throughout his father’s house. (Genesis 34, 19)

  • Now Israel loved Joseph above all his sons, because he had conceived him in his old age. And he made him a tunic, woven of many colors. (Genesis 37, 3)

  • Then his brothers, seeing that he was loved by his father more than all his other sons, hated him, and they were not able to say anything peacefully to him. (Genesis 37, 4)

  • For he loved your fathers, and he chose their offspring after them. And he led you away from Egypt, advancing before you with his great power, (Deuteronomy 4, 37)

  • But it is because the Lord has loved you, and has kept his oath, which he swore to your fathers. And he has led you away with a strong hand, and he has redeemed you from the house of servitude, from the hand of Pharaoh, the king of Egypt. (Deuteronomy 7, 8)




  • Now the Lord was closely joined to your fathers, and he loved them, and he chose their offspring after them, that is, you yourselves, out of all the nations, just as is being proven today. (Deuteronomy 10, 15)

  • He loved the people; all the holy ones are in his hand. And those who approach his feet shall receive from his doctrine. (Deuteronomy 33, 3)

  • After these things, he loved a woman who was living in the valley of Sorek. And she was called Delilah. (Judges 16, 4)

  • But to Hannah he gave one portion with sorrow. For he loved Hannah, but the Lord had closed her womb. (1 Samuel 1, 5)

  • And David went to Saul, and stood before him. And he loved him exceedingly, and he made him his armor bearer. (1 Samuel 16, 21)




“E’ na dor que o amor se torna mais forte.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina