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  • Now there were many bitumen pits in the valley of Siddim, and as the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah fled, some fell into them and the rest took refuge in the mountains. (Genesis 14, 10)

  • If he did not want to kill him, but as it were, let it happen, then I will give you a place where he may find refuge. (Exodus 21, 13)

  • The towns you give to the Levites will be the six towns of refuge to which a person can escape who causes another's death; and you are to give them forty-two more towns. (Numbers 35, 6)

  • you are to select towns which you will make into towns of refuge to which a person who has killed someone accidentally may escape. (Numbers 35, 11)

  • The towns you give will serve you as six cities of refuge: (Numbers 35, 13)

  • the three that you give beyond the Jordan and the three that you give in the land of Canaan are to be cities of refuge. (Numbers 35, 14)

  • These six towns will be a refuge for the people of Israel as well as for the stranger and the foreigner among you, where anyone who has killed accidentally may find safety. (Numbers 35, 15)

  • They will send the person who killed someone accidentally back to the city of refuge where he went for safety, and there he must stay until the death of the high priest. (Numbers 35, 25)

  • If the killer should leave the city of refuge to which he had gone for safety (Numbers 35, 26)

  • and the dead person's nearest relative meets him outside the city of refuge, the relative may kill him without fear of punishment (Numbers 35, 27)

  • since the killer should stay in his city of refuge until the death of the high priest. Only after the death of the high priest is he free to go back to his own home. (Numbers 35, 28)

  • Nor are you to accept payment from anyone who wishes to leave his city of refuge to return and live in his own home before the death of the high priest. (Numbers 35, 32)

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