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  • Lot looked up and saw the whole valley of the Jordan: how well it was watered! Before Yahweh destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, this was like one of Yahweh's gardens, like the country of Egypt, on coming to Zoar. (Genesis 13, 10)

  • See, I am standing at the spring while the girls of the city are coming to draw water. (Genesis 24, 13)

  • As Isaac went out in the early evening to meditate in the field, he looked up and saw camels coming. (Genesis 24, 63)

  • and said to the servant, "Who is this man in the field coming to meet us?" He replied, "It is my master!" She then covered her face with her veil. (Genesis 24, 65)

  • While Jacob was sleeping, he had a dream in which a ladder stood on the earth with its top reaching to heaven and on it were angels of God going up and coming down. (Genesis 28, 12)

  • And Jacob asked, "Is he well?" "Yes, he is well," they said, "and here is Rachel, his daughter, coming with the sheep!" (Genesis 29, 6)

  • The messenger returned and said to Jacob, "We went to your brother Esau and he is already coming to meet you with four hundred men." (Genesis 32, 6)

  • Then you shall say: They belong to your servant Jacob. It is a present he is sending to my lord Esau. He himself is coming along behind us!" (Genesis 32, 18)

  • Jacob looked up and saw that Esau was coming with four hundred men. So he divided the children among Leah, Rachel and the two maidservants. (Genesis 33, 1)

  • They were sitting for a meal when they looked up and saw a caravan of Ishmaelites coming from Gilead, their camels laden with spices, balm and myrrh, which they were taking down to Egypt. (Genesis 37, 25)

  • when seven cows, sleek and fat, were coming up from the Nile and beginning to feed among the rushes. (Genesis 41, 2)

  • The seven lean cows coming after them are seven years as are the seven withered ears of corn scorched by the east wind, and they are seven years of famine. (Genesis 41, 27)


“Onde não há obediência, não há virtude. Onde não há virtude, não há bem, não há amor; e onde não há amor, não há Deus; e sem Deus não se chega ao Paraíso. Tudo isso é como uma escada: se faltar um degrau, caímos”. São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina