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  • Baal-hanan died and Hadad succeeded; his city was called Paul; his wife's name was Mehetabel, daughter of Matred, from Mezahab. (Genesis 36, 39)

  • Then Saul, also known as Paul, full of Holy Spirit, looked intently at him (Acts 13, 9)

  • From Paphos, Paul and his companions set sail and came to Perga in Pamphylia. There John left them and returned to Jerusalem (Acts 13, 13)

  • So Paul arose, motioned to them for silence and began, "Fellow Israelites and also all you who fear God, listen. (Acts 13, 16)

  • As Paul and Barnabas withdrew, they were invited to speak again on the same subject the following sabbath. (Acts 13, 42)

  • The following sabbath almost the entire city gathered to listen to Paul, who spoke a fairly long time about the Lord. (Acts 13, 44)

  • But the presence of such a crowd made the Jews jealous. So they began to oppose with insults whatever Paul said. (Acts 13, 45)

  • Then Paul and Barnabas spoke out firmly, saying, "It was necessary that God's word be first proclaimed to you, but since you now reject it and judge yourselves to be unworthy of eternal life, we turn to non-Jewish people. (Acts 13, 46)

  • Some of the Jews, however, incited God-fearing women of the upper class and the leading men of the city, as well, and stirred up an intense persecution against Paul and Barnabas. Finally they had them expelled from their region. (Acts 13, 50)

  • In Iconium Paul and Barnabas likewise went into the Jewish synagogue and preached in such a manner that a great number of Jews and Greeks believed. (Acts 14, 1)

  • In spite of this Paul and Barnabas spent a considerable time there. They spoke fearlessly of the Lord, who confirmed the message of his grace with the miraculous signs and wonders he gave them power to do. (Acts 14, 3)

  • But Paul and Barnabas learned of this and fled to the Lycaonian towns of Lystra and Derbe and to the surrounding countryside, (Acts 14, 6)

“Faltar com a caridade¨¦ como ferir a pupila dos olhos de Deus.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina