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  • Thus Jacob and all the people who were with him arrived in Luz (that is, Bethel) in the land of Canaan. (Genesis 35, 6)

  • You shall be in charge of my palace, and all my people shall dart at your command. Only in respect to the throne shall I outrank you. (Genesis 41, 40)

  • When hunger came to be felt throughout the land of Egypt and the people cried to Pharaoh for bread, Pharaoh directed all the Egyptians to go to Joseph and do whatever he told them. (Genesis 41, 55)

  • It was Joseph, as governor of the country, who dispensed the rations to all the people. When Joseph's brothers came and knelt down before him with their faces to the ground, (Genesis 42, 6)

  • Jacob's people who migrated to Egypt--his direct descendants, not counting the wives of Jacob's sons--numbered sixty-six persons in all. (Genesis 46, 26)

  • Together with Joseph's sons who were born to him in Egypt--two persons--all the people comprising Jacob's family who had come to Egypt amounted to seventy persons in all. (Genesis 46, 27)

  • and the people were reduced to slavery, from one end of Egypt's territory to the other. (Genesis 47, 21)

  • Joseph told the people: "Now that I have acquired you and your land for Pharaoh, here is your seed for sowing the land. (Genesis 47, 23)

  • So when he blessed them that day and said, "By you shall the people of Israel pronounce blessings; may they say, 'God make you like Ephraim and Manasseh,'" he placed Ephraim before Manasseh. (Genesis 48, 20)

  • The scepter shall never depart from Judah, or the mace from between his legs, While tribute is brought to him, and he receives the people's homage. (Genesis 49, 10)

  • Even though you meant harm to me, God meant it for good, to achieve his present end, the survival of many people. (Genesis 50, 20)

  • He said to his subjects, "Look how numerous and powerful the Israelite people are growing, more so than we ourselves! (Exodus 1, 9)


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