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  • With sweat on your face you will eat your bread, until you return to clay, since it was from clay that you were taken, for you are dust and to dust you shall return." (Genesis 3, 19)

  • He waited seven more days and let the dove loose, but it did not return to him any more. (Genesis 8, 12)

  • On his return after defeating Chedorlaomer and the kings who were his allies, the king of Sodom came out to meet him in the valley of Shaveh (that is the Valley of the King). (Genesis 14, 17)

  • And the visitor said, "At this same time next year I will return and Sarah by then will have a son." Now Sarah was behind him, listening at the entrance to the tent. (Genesis 18, 10)

  • Is there anything that is impossible for God? At this same time next year I will return and Sarah by then will have a son." (Genesis 18, 14)

  • They ate and drank, he and his companions, and spent the night there. When they were up next morning, the servant said, "Let me return to my master." (Genesis 24, 54)

  • He said, "Do not delay me; since Yahweh has made my journey successful, let me leave and return to my master." (Genesis 24, 56)

  • and if I return in peace to my father's house, then Yahweh will be my God. (Genesis 28, 21)

  • Jacob had fallen in love with Rachel and he said, "I will work for you for seven years in return for your younger daughter, Rachel." (Genesis 29, 18)

  • But Leah replied, "Isn't it enough for you to have taken my husband? Now you want to take my son's mandrakes as well!" Rachel then said, "He will sleep with you tonight in return for your son's mandrakes." (Genesis 30, 15)

  • After Rachel had given birth to Joseph, Jacob said to Laban, "Let me go, so that I may return to my homeland. (Genesis 30, 25)

  • I am the God who appeared to you at Bethel where you anointed a pillar and vowed to me by oath. Now get ready, leave this country and return to the land of your birth." (Genesis 31, 13)


“Os talentos de que fala o Evangelho são os cinco sentidos, a inteligência e a vontade. Quem tem mais talentos, tem maior dever de usá-los para o bem dos outros.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina