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  • Each will take his censer, put incense in it, and bring his censer before Yahweh -- two hundred and fifty censers. You and Aaron too will each bring his censer.' (Numbers 16, 17)

  • 'This is a decree of the Law which Yahweh has prescribed. Tell the Israelites, they are to bring you a red heifer without fault or blemish that has never borne the yoke. (Numbers 19, 2)

  • Why did you lead us out of Egypt, only to bring us to this wretched place? It is a place unfit for sowing, it has no figs, no vines, no pomegranates, and there is not even water to drink!' (Numbers 20, 5)

  • Take Aaron and his son Eleazar and bring them up Mount Hor. (Numbers 20, 25)

  • They spoke against God and against Moses, 'Why did you bring us out of Egypt to die in the desert? For there is neither food nor water here; we are sick of this meagre diet.' (Numbers 21, 5)

  • to be at their head in all their undertakings, a man who will lead them out and bring them in, so that Yahweh's community will not be like sheep without a shepherd.' (Numbers 27, 17)

  • Bring him before the priest Eleazar and the whole community and give him your orders in their presence, (Numbers 27, 19)

  • 'Give the Israelites this order: "Take care to bring me my offering, my sustenance in the form of food burnt as a smell pleasing to me, at the proper time." (Numbers 28, 2)

  • If you turn away from him, he will prolong the time spent in the desert, and you will bring about this entire people's ruin.' (Numbers 32, 15)

  • You must be impartial in judgement and give an equal hearing to small and great alike. Do not be afraid of any human person, for the verdict is God's. Should a case be too difficult, bring it for me to hear. (Deuteronomy 1, 17)

  • "Your assistant, Joshua son of Nun, will be the one to enter. Encourage him, since he is to bring Israel into possession of the country. (Deuteronomy 1, 38)

  • Give Joshua your instructions; encourage him, strengthen him; for he will be the one to cross at the head of this people; he will be the one to bring them into possession of the country which you will see." (Deuteronomy 3, 28)

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