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  • About then, Abimelech and Phicol, the commander of his army, said to Abraham, 'Since God is with you in everything you do, (Genesis 21, 22)




  • After they had made a covenant at Beersheba, Abimelech and Phicol, the commander of his army, left and went back to Philistine territory. (Genesis 21, 32)

  • Abimelech came from Gerar to see him, with Ahuzzath his adviser and Phicol the commander of his army. (Genesis 26, 26)

  • I shall then make Pharaoh stubborn and he will set out in pursuit of them; and I shall win glory for myself at the expense of Pharaoh and his whole army, and then the Egyptians will know that I am Yahweh.' And the Israelites did this. (Exodus 14, 4)

  • but the Egyptians, all Pharaoh's horses, his chariots, his horsemen and his army, gave chase and caught up with them where they lay encamped beside the sea near Pi-Hahiroth, facing Baal-Zephon. (Exodus 14, 9)

  • while I, for my part, shall make the Egyptians so stubborn that they will follow them, and I shall win glory for myself at the expense of Pharaoh and all his army, chariots and horsemen. (Exodus 14, 17)

  • Then the angel of God, who preceded the army of Israel, changed station and followed behind them. The pillar of cloud moved from their front and took position behind them. (Exodus 14, 19)




  • It came between the army of the Egyptians and the army of Israel. The cloud was dark, and the night passed without the one drawing any closer to the other the whole night long. (Exodus 14, 20)

  • In the morning watch, Yahweh looked down on the army of the Egyptians from the pillar of fire and cloud and threw the Egyptian army into confusion. (Exodus 14, 24)

  • The returning waters washed right over the chariots and horsemen of Pharaoh's entire army, which had followed the Israelites into the sea; not a single one of them was left. (Exodus 14, 28)

  • Pharaoh's chariots and army he has hurled into the sea the pick of his officers have been drowned in the Sea of Reeds. (Exodus 15, 4)

  • Moses was enraged with the officers of the army, the commanders of the thousands and commanders of the hundreds, who had come back from this military expedition. (Numbers 31, 14)




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