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  • Then Yahweh God said, 'Now that the man has become like one of us in knowing good from evil, he must not be allowed to reach out his hand and pick from the tree of life too, and eat and live for ever!' (Genesis 3, 22)

  • Hurry, flee to that one, for I cannot do anything until you reach it.' That is why the town is named Zoar. (Genesis 19, 22)

  • Joseph is a fruitful plant near a spring whose tendrils reach over the wall. (Genesis 49, 22)

  • Yahweh then said to Moses, 'Reach out your hand and catch it by the tail.' He reached out his hand, caught it, and in his hand it turned back into a staff. (Exodus 4, 4)

  • 'When you reach Canaan, which I am giving you as your possession, if I infect a house with a disease in the country which you are to possess, (Leviticus 14, 34)

  • From Aroer on the edge of the Arnon valley and from the town down in the valley, as far as Gilead, not one town was beyond our reach; Yahweh our God delivered them all to us. (Deuteronomy 2, 36)

  • 'For this Law which I am laying down for you today is neither obscure for you nor beyond your reach. (Deuteronomy 30, 11)

  • He said to them, 'Watch me, and do as I do. When I reach the edge of the camp, whatever I do, you must do also. (Judges 7, 17)

  • Jotham then took to his heels; he fled and made his way to Beer; and there he stayed, to be out of his brother Abimelech's reach. (Judges 9, 21)

  • Abimelech drove Gaal off, who turned tail, many of his men falling dead before they could reach the gate. (Judges 9, 40)

  • He then said to his servant, 'Come on, we shall try to reach one or other of those places, either Gibeah or Ramah, and spend the night there.' (Judges 19, 13)

  • Then he said to the messengers who had come, 'This is what you are to say to the people of Jabesh in Gilead, "Tomorrow, by the time that the sun is hot, help will reach you." ' The messengers went and reported this to the people of Jabesh who were overjoyed; (1 Samuel 11, 9)

“Devo fazer somente a vontade de Deus e, se lhe agrado, o restante não conta.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina