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  • The gold of this country is pure; bdellium and cornelian stone are found there. (Genesis 2, 12)




  • The man gave names to all the cattle, all the birds of heaven and all the wild animals. But no helper suitable for the man was found for him. (Genesis 2, 20)

  • Now, as people moved eastwards they found a valley in the land of Shinar where they settled. (Genesis 11, 2)

  • The angel of Yahweh found her by a spring in the desert, the spring on the road to Shur. (Genesis 16, 7)

  • Abraham persisted and said, 'Suppose there are forty to be found there?' 'I shall not do it,' he replied, 'for the sake of the forty.' (Genesis 18, 29)

  • Abraham said, 'I hope the Lord will not be angry if I go on: Suppose there are only thirty to be found there?' 'I shall not do it,' he replied, 'if I find thirty there.' (Genesis 18, 30)

  • As soon as he had seen the ring and the bracelets his sister was wearing, and had heard his sister Rebekah saying, 'This is what the man said to me,' he went to the man and found him still standing by his camels at the spring. (Genesis 24, 30)




  • But when Isaac's servants, digging in the valley, found a well of spring-water there, (Genesis 26, 19)

  • It happened, the same day, that Isaac's servants brought him news about the well they had been digging. 'We have found water!' they said to him. (Genesis 26, 32)

  • One day, at the time of the wheat harvest, Reuben found some mandrakes in the field and brought them to his mother Leah. Rachel said to Leah, 'Please give me some of your son's mandrakes.' (Genesis 30, 14)

  • But whoever is found in possession of your gods shall not remain alive. In the presence of our brothers, examine for yourself what I have, and take what is yours.' Now Jacob did not know that Rachel had appropriated them. (Genesis 31, 32)

  • Laban went into Jacob's tent, and then into Leah's tent and the tent of the two slave-girls, but he found nothing. He came out of Leah's tent and went into Rachel's. (Genesis 31, 33)




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