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  • And falling prostrate, I adored the Lord, blessing the Lord, the God of my lord Abraham, who has led me along the straight path so as to take the daughter of my lord’s brother to his son. (Genesis 24, 48)




  • Let Dan be a snake in the way, a viper in the path, biting the hooves of horses, so that his rider may fall backward. (Genesis 49, 17)

  • And the sons of Israel said: “We will travel by the well-trodden path. And if we or our cattle drink from your waters, we will give you what is just. There shall be no difficulty in the price, only let us cross through quickly.” (Numbers 20, 19)

  • The donkey, discerning that the Angel was standing in the way with a drawn sword, turned herself from the road and went through a field. And when Balaam beat her and intended to return her to the path, (Numbers 22, 23)

  • And he responded to them, “Go in peace. The Lord looks with favor on your path, and on the journey that you have undertaken.” (Judges 18, 6)

  • who were seven hundred very strong men, fighting with the left hand as well as with the right hand, and casting stones from a sling so accurately that they were able to strike even a hair, and the path of the stone would by no means miss to either side. (Judges 20, 16)

  • For who, when he will have found his enemy, will release him along a good path? So may the Lord repay you for this good turn, because you have acted on my behalf this day. (1 Samuel 24, 20)




  • Therefore, the king of Israel, and the king of Judah, and the king of Idumea, traveled, and they went by a circuitous path for seven days. But there was no water for the army or for the beasts of burden which were following them. (2 Kings 3, 9)

  • But the eyes of the impious will fade away, and the path to escape will perish before them, for the abomination of the soul is their hope. (Job 11, 20)

  • For behold, a few years pass by, and I am walking a path by which I will not return. (Job 16, 23)

  • A trap has been hidden for him in the earth, and a decoy, along his path. (Job 18, 10)

  • He has hemmed in my path, and I cannot pass; he has added darkness to my difficult path. (Job 19, 8)




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