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  • It is in my power to harm you, but the God of your father said to me last night, "On no account say anything whatever to Jacob." (Genesis 31, 29)

  • But their bows were broken by a mighty One, the sinews of their arms were snapped by the power of the Mighty One of Jacob, by the Name of the Stone of Israel, (Genesis 49, 24)

  • Then there came to power in Egypt a new king who had never heard of Joseph. (Exodus 1, 8)

  • Yahweh said to Moses, 'Think of the wonders I have given you power to perform, once you are back in Egypt! You are to perform them before Pharaoh, but I myself shall make him obstinate, and he will not let the people go. (Exodus 4, 21)

  • But I have let you survive for this reason: to display my power to you and to have my name talked of throughout the world. (Exodus 9, 16)

  • On them fall terror and dread; through the power of your arm they are still as stone while your people are passing, Yahweh, while the people you have purchased are passing. (Exodus 15, 16)

  • Moses tried to pacify Yahweh his God. 'Yahweh,' he said, 'why should your anger blaze at your people, whom you have brought out of Egypt by your great power and mighty hand? (Exodus 32, 11)

  • Moses said to Yahweh: 'Suppose the Egyptians hear about this -- for by your power you brought these people out of their country- (Numbers 14, 13)

  • No, my Lord! Now is the time to assert your power as you promised when you said, earlier, (Numbers 14, 17)

  • Israel then made this vow to Yahweh, 'If you deliver this people into my power, I shall curse their towns with destruction.' (Numbers 21, 2)

  • Yahweh heard Israel's words and delivered the Canaanites into their power, and they destroyed them in accordance with their curse. Hence the place was given the name Hormah. (Numbers 21, 3)

  • Yahweh then gave the donkey the power to talk, and she said to Balaam, 'What harm have I done you, for you to strike me three times like this?' (Numbers 22, 28)

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