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  • The whole world spoke the same language, using the same words. (Genesis 11, 1)




  • To the LORD who spoke to her she gave a name, saying, "You are the God of Vision"; she meant, "Have I really seen God and remained alive after my vision?" (Genesis 16, 13)

  • Abraham spoke up again: "See how I am presuming to speak to my Lord, though I am but dust and ashes! (Genesis 18, 27)

  • So Lot went out and spoke to his sons-in-law, who had contracted marriage with his daughters. "Get up and leave this place," he told them; "the LORD is about to destroy the city." But his sons-in-law thought he was joking. (Genesis 19, 14)

  • As the two walked on together, Isaac spoke to his father Abraham. "Father!" he said. "Yes, son," he replied. Isaac continued, "Here are the fire and the wood, but where is the sheep for the holocaust?" (Genesis 22, 7)

  • Finally Isaac spoke again and said to him: "Ah, far from the fertile earth shall be your dwelling; far from the dew of the heavens above! (Genesis 27, 39)

  • Then the chief cupbearer spoke up and said to Pharaoh: "On this occasion I am reminded of my negligence. (Genesis 41, 9)




  • he recognized them as soon as he saw them. But he concealed his own identity from them and spoke sternly to them. "Where do you come from?" he asked them. They answered, "From the land of Canaan, to procure food." (Genesis 42, 7)

  • They did not know, of course, that Joseph understood what they said, since he spoke with them through an interpreter. (Genesis 42, 23)

  • "The man who is lord of the country," they said, "spoke to us sternly and put us in custody as if we were spying on the land. (Genesis 42, 30)

  • After inquiring how they were, he asked them, "And how is your aged father, of whom you spoke? Is he still in good health?" (Genesis 43, 27)

  • When that period of mourning was over, Joseph spoke to Pharaoh's courtiers. "Please do me this favor," he said, "and convey to Pharaoh this request of mine. (Genesis 50, 4)




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