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  • while Abel for his part brought the first-born of his flock and some of their fat as well. Yahweh looked with favour on Abel and his offering. (Genesis 4, 4)

  • Abraham put seven lambs of the flock on one side. (Genesis 21, 28)

  • Go to the flock and bring me back two good kids, so that I can make the kind of special dish your father likes. (Genesis 27, 9)

  • Then he asked them, 'Is he well?' 'He is,' they replied, 'and here comes his daughter Rachel with the flock.' (Genesis 29, 6)

  • He was still talking to them, when Rachel arrived with her father's flock, for she was a shepherdess. (Genesis 29, 9)

  • As soon as Jacob saw Rachel, his uncle Laban's daughter, with his uncle Laban's flock, he went up and, rolling the stone off the mouth of the well, watered his uncle Laban's sheep. (Genesis 29, 10)

  • Laban said, 'How much am I to pay you?' Jacob replied, 'You need not pay me anything. I shall change my mind and go on tending your flock, if you do this one thing for me. (Genesis 30, 31)

  • 'Go through your entire flock today and remove every black animal among the sheep, and every speckled or spotted one among the goats. These will be my wages, (Genesis 30, 32)

  • Then he put a three days' journey between himself and Jacob, while Jacob grazed the rest of Laban's flock. (Genesis 30, 36)

  • The ewes, on the other hand, Jacob kept apart and made these face whatever was striped or black in Laban's flock. Thus he built up droves of his own which he did not put with Laban's flocks. (Genesis 30, 40)

  • In all the twenty years I was under you, your ewes and your she-goats never miscarried, and I never ate rams from your flock. (Genesis 31, 38)

  • It was like this for the twenty years I spent in your household. Fourteen years I slaved for you for your two daughters, and six years for your flock, since you changed my wages ten times over. (Genesis 31, 41)


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