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  • Then the man said, "You shall no longer be spoken of as Jacob, but as Israel, because you have contended with divine and human beings and have prevailed." (Genesis 32, 29)

  • He set up a memorial stone there and invoked "El, the God of Israel." (Genesis 33, 20)

  • just as Jacob's sons were coming in from the fields. When they heard the news, the men were shocked and seethed with indignation. What Shechem had done was an outrage in Israel; such a thing could not be tolerated. (Genesis 34, 7)

  • God said to him: "You whose name is Jacob shall no longer be called Jacob, but Israel shall be your name." Thus he was named Israel. (Genesis 35, 10)

  • Israel moved on and pitched his tent beyond Migdal-eder. (Genesis 35, 21)

  • While Israel was encamped in that region, Reuben went and lay with Bilhah, his father's concubine. When Israel heard of it, he was greatly offended. The sons of Jacob were now twelve. (Genesis 35, 22)

  • Israel loved Joseph best of all his sons, for he was the child of his old age; and he had made him a long tunic. (Genesis 37, 3)

  • Israel said to Joseph, "Your brothers, you know, are tending our flocks at Shechem. Get ready; I will send you to them." "I am ready," Joseph answered. (Genesis 37, 13)

  • Thus, since there was famine in the land of Canaan also, the sons of Israel were among those who came to procure rations. (Genesis 42, 5)

  • Israel demanded, "Why did you bring this trouble on me by telling the man that you had another brother?" (Genesis 43, 6)

  • Then Judah urged his father Israel: "Let the boy go with me, that we may be off and on our way if you and we and our children are to keep from starving to death. (Genesis 43, 8)

  • Their father Israel then told them: "If it must be so, then do this: Put some of the land's best products in your baggage and take them down to the man as gifts: some balm and honey, gum and resin, and pistachios and almonds. (Genesis 43, 11)

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