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  • Then Abimelech called also for Abraham, and he said to him: “What have you done to us? How have we sinned against you, so that you would bring so great a sin upon me and upon my kingdom? You have done to us what you ought not to have done.” (Genesis 20, 9)

  • Then, after God led me out of my father’s house, I said to her: ‘You will show this mercy to me. In every place, to which we will travel, you will say that I am your brother.’ ” (Genesis 20, 13)

  • Then when Abraham prayed, God healed Abimelech and his wife, and his handmaids, and they gave birth. (Genesis 20, 17)

  • Then the Lord visited Sarah, just as he had promised; and he fulfilled what he had spoken. (Genesis 21, 1)

  • And Abraham called the name of his son, whom Sarah bore for him, Isaac. (Genesis 21, 3)

  • But God heard the voice of the boy. And an Angel of God called to Hagar from heaven, saying: “What are you doing, Hagar? Do not be afraid. For God has heeded the voice of the boy, from the place where he is. (Genesis 21, 17)

  • And God opened her eyes. And seeing a well of water, she went and filled the skin, and she gave the boy to drink. (Genesis 21, 19)

  • For this reason, that place was called Beersheba, because there both of them did swear. (Genesis 21, 31)

  • Then Abimelech and Phicol, the leader of his army, rose up, and they returned to the land of the Palestinians. In truth, Abraham planted a grove in Beersheba, and there he called upon the name of the Lord God Eternal. (Genesis 21, 33)

  • And so Abraham, getting up in the night, harnessed his donkey, taking with him two youths, and his son Isaac. And when he had cut wood for the holocaust, he traveled toward the place, as God had instructed him. (Genesis 22, 3)

  • And behold, an Angel of the Lord called out from heaven, saying, “Abraham, Abraham.” And he answered, “Here I am.” (Genesis 22, 11)

  • And he called the name of that place: ‘The Lord Sees.’ Thus, even to this day, it is said: ‘On the mountain, the Lord will see.’ (Genesis 22, 14)


“Mesmo a menor transgressão às leis de Deus será levada em conta.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina