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  • Invoking a blessing on Rebekah, they said: "Sister, may you grow into thousands of myriads; And may your descendants gain possession of the gates of their enemies!" (Genesis 24, 60)

  • May he extend to you and your descendants the blessing he gave to Abraham, so that you may gain possession of the land where you are staying, which he assigned to Abraham." (Genesis 28, 4)

  • Then Esau asked, "What did you intend with all those droves that I encountered?" Jacob answered, "It was to gain my lord's favor." (Genesis 33, 8)

  • But you should also look among all the people for able and God-fearing men, trustworthy men who hate dishonest gain, and set them as officers over groups of thousands, of hundreds, of fifties, and of tens. (Exodus 18, 21)

  • "I will certainly go with you," she replied, "but you shall not gain the glory in the expedition on which you are setting out, for the LORD will have Sisera fall into the power of a woman." So Deborah joined Barak and journeyed with him to Kedesh. (Judges 4, 9)

  • His sons did not follow his example but sought illicit gain and accepted bribes, perverting justice. (1 Samuel 8, 3)

  • Will empty man then gain understanding, and the wild jackass be made docile? (Job 11, 12)

  • What is the Almighty that we should serve him? And what gain shall we have if we pray to him?" (Job 21, 15)

  • Is it of advantage to the Almighty if you are just? Or is it a gain to him if you make your ways perfect? (Job 22, 3)

  • "What gain is there from my lifeblood, from my going down to the grave? Does dust give you thanks or declare your faithfulness? (Psalms 30, 10)

  • Teach us to count our days aright, that we may gain wisdom of heart. (Psalms 90, 12)

  • Direct my heart toward your decrees and away from unjust gain. (Psalms 119, 36)


“Por que a tentação passada deixa na alma uma certa perturbação? perguntou um penitente a Padre Pio. Ele respondeu: “Você já presenciou um tremor de terra? Quando tudo estremece a sua volta, você também é sacudido; no entanto, não necessariamente fica enterrado nos destroços!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina