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  • He made him ride in the best chariot he had after his own, and they shouted 'Abrek!' ahead of him. Thus he became governor of the whole of Egypt. (Genesis 41, 43)

  • Joseph had his chariot made ready and went up to Goshen to meet his father Israel. As soon as he appeared he threw his arms round his neck and for a long time wept on his shoulder. (Genesis 46, 29)

  • So Pharaoh had his chariot harnessed and set out with his troops, (Exodus 14, 6)

  • He so clogged their chariot wheels that they drove on only with difficulty, which made the Egyptians say, 'Let us flee from Israel, for Yahweh is fighting on their side against the Egyptians!' (Exodus 14, 25)

  • At Barak's advance, Yahweh struck terror into Sisera, all his chariots and his entire army. Sisera leapt down from his chariot and fled on foot. (Judges 4, 15)

  • At the window, she leans and watches, Sisera's mother, through the lattice, 'Why is his chariot so long coming? Why so delayed the hoof-beats from his chariot?' (Judges 5, 28)

  • He said, 'This is what the king who is to reign over you will do. He will take your sons and direct them to his chariotry and cavalry, and they will run in front of his chariot. (1 Samuel 8, 11)

  • David captured one thousand seven hundred charioteers and twenty thousand foot soldiers from him; David hamstrung all the chariot teams, keeping only a hundred of them. (2 Samuel 8, 4)

  • But the Aramaeans fled from Israel, and David killed seven hundred of their chariot teams and forty thousand men; he also cut down Shobach the commander of their army, who died there. (2 Samuel 10, 18)

  • After this, Absalom procured a chariot and horses, with fifty men to run ahead of him. (2 Samuel 15, 1)

  • Now Adonijah son of Haggith was growing pretentious and saying, 'I shall be king!' Accordingly, he procured a chariot and team with fifty guards to run ahead of him. (1 Kings 1, 5)

  • The wheels were designed like chariot wheels: their axles, felloes, spokes and naves had all been cast. (1 Kings 7, 33)


A humildade e a caridade são as “cordas mestras”. Todas as outras virtudes dependem delas. Uma é a mais baixa; a outra é a mais alta. ( P.e Pio ) São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina