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  • As the boys grew up, Esau became a skillful hunter, a man who lived in the open; whereas Jacob was a simple man, who kept to his tents. (Genesis 25, 27)




  • Once, when Jacob was cooking a stew, Esau came in from the open, famished. (Genesis 25, 29)

  • Looking about, he saw a well in the open country, with three droves of sheep huddled near it, for droves were watered from that well. A large stone covered the mouth of the well. (Genesis 29, 2)

  • Thus you can live among us. The land is open before you; you can settle and move about freely in it, and acquire landed property here." (Genesis 34, 10)

  • Therefore, order all your livestock and whatever else you have in the open fields to be brought to a place of safety. Whatever man or beast remains in the fields and is not brought to shelter shall die when the hail comes upon them." (Exodus 9, 19)

  • It struck down every man and beast that was in the open throughout the land of Egypt; it beat down every growing thing and splintered every tree in the fields. (Exodus 9, 25)

  • Therefore, such sacrifices as they used to offer up in the open field the Israelites shall henceforth offer to the LORD, bringing them to the priest at the entrance of the meeting tent and sacrificing them there as peace offerings to the LORD. (Leviticus 16, 5)




  • Is the country in which they live good or bad? Are the towns in which they dwell open or fortified? (Numbers 13, 19)

  • No sooner had he finished saying all this than the ground beneath them split open, (Numbers 16, 31)

  • likewise, every vessel that is open, or with its lid unfastened, shall be unclean. (Numbers 19, 15)

  • Moreover, everyone who in the open country touches a dead person, whether he was slain by the sword or died naturally, or who touches a human bone or a grave, shall be unclean for seven days. (Numbers 19, 16)

  • Instead, you shall open your hand to him and freely lend him enough to meet his need. (Deuteronomy 15, 8)




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