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  • where one who involuntarily kills his neighbor may find refuge, one who has never been his enemy before. He should flee into one of those cities and so save himself. (Deuteronomy 4, 42)

  • Open a way to them and divide in three parts the territory that Yahweh, your God, gives you in possession: so that anyone who has killed someone may find refuge in those cities. (Deuteronomy 19, 3)

  • But who may find refuge there to save himself? The person who caused the death of his neighbor with whom he had had no quarrel before. (Deuteronomy 19, 4)

  • You shall not turn over to his master the slave who ran away from his house and sought refuge with you. (Deuteronomy 23, 16)

  • and you shall say these words before Yahweh, "My father was a wandering Aramean. He went down to Egypt to find refuge there, while still few in number; but in that country, he became a great and powerful nation. (Deuteronomy 26, 5)

  • He will say, "Where are their gods, the rock they thought could be their refuge, (Deuteronomy 32, 37)

  • The eternal God is a refuge; from eternity he frees you with his arm. He drives your enemy away before you and says to you: 'Destroy him.' (Deuteronomy 33, 27)

  • Joshua and the Israelites destroyed and finished them off. Only a few survivors were left who took refuge in the fortified cities (Joshua 10, 20)

  • "Speak to the Israelites and say to them: Choose the cities of refuge about which I told you through Moses, (Joshua 20, 2)

  • towns where a person who kills someone accidentally may find safety; they are to be your refuge from the dead person's relative who is looking for revenge. (Joshua 20, 3)

  • To the descendants of Aaron the priest, they gave Hebron, a city of refuge, and the pasture lands near it; also Libnah with its pasture lands, (Joshua 21, 13)

  • the city of refuge, Shechem, with its pasture lands, in the hill country of Ephraim, together with Gezer, (Joshua 21, 21)

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