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  • All the wells dug by his father's servants in Abraham's time were stopped up by the Philistines and filled with earth. (Genesis 26, 15)

  • Isaac opened up again the wells that had been dug in the time of his father, Abraham, and that the Philistines had blocked up after Abraham's death. He gave these wells the names his father had given them. (Genesis 26, 18)

  • Now Esau continued to hate his brother because of the blessing his father had given him and he thought to himself, "The time of mourning for my father is near; I shall then kill my brother Jacob." (Genesis 27, 41)

  • You will stay with him for a time (Genesis 27, 44)

  • Jacob then said, "Look! The sun is still high; it's not yet time for the flocks to be gathered together. Water the sheep and let them graze." (Genesis 29, 7)

  • Jacob then said to Laban, "Give me my wife, for I have served my time and I want to lie with her." (Genesis 29, 21)

  • Again she gave birth to a son and said, "This time my husband will be united to me because I have borne him three sons." That is why he was called Levi. (Genesis 29, 34)

  • She again gave birth to a son and said: "This time I will praise Yahweh." That is why she named him Judah. After that she had no more children. (Genesis 29, 35)

  • At the time of the wheat harvest, Reuben went out to the fields and found some mandrake plants which he brought to his mother, Leah. Rachel said to Leah, "Please give me some of your son's mandrakes." (Genesis 30, 14)

  • Then she said, "God has offered me a beautiful gift; this time my husband will honor me for I have given him six children." She named the child Zebulun. (Genesis 30, 20)

  • Shechem lost no time in doing what was demanded for he was truly in love with Jacob's daughter, and he was the most honored in his father's family. (Genesis 34, 19)

  • At that time Rebekah's nurse, Deborah, died and was buried below Bethel near the oak. That is why it was called the Oak of Tears. (Genesis 35, 8)

“A prática das bem-aventuranças não requer atos de heroísmo, mas a aceitação simples e humilde das várias provações pelas quais a pessoa passa.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina