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  • Nothing for me except what my servants have used up and the share that is due to the men who joined me--Aner, Eshcol and Mamre; let them take their share." (Genesis 14, 24)

  • Abram continued, "See, you have given me no offspring, and so one of my servants will be my heir." (Genesis 15, 3)

  • Early the next morning Abraham saddled his donkey, took with him his son Isaac, and two of his servants as well, and with the wood that he had cut for the holocaust, set out for the place of which God had told him. (Genesis 22, 3)

  • Then he said to his servants: "Both of you stay here with the donkey, while the boy and I go on over yonder. We will worship and then come back to you." (Genesis 22, 5)

  • Abraham then returned to his servants, and they set out together for Beer-sheba, where Abraham made his home. (Genesis 22, 19)

  • (The Philistines had stopped up and filled with dirt all the wells that his father's servants had dug back in the days of his father Abraham.) (Genesis 26, 15)

  • (Isaac reopened the wells which his father's servants had dug back in the days of his father Abraham and which the Philistines had stopped up after Abraham's death; he gave them the same names that his father had given them.) (Genesis 26, 18)

  • But when Isaac's servants dug in the wadi and reached spring water in their well, (Genesis 26, 19)

  • the shepherds of Gerar quarreled with Isaac's servants, saying, "The water belongs to us!" So the well was called Esek, because they had challenged him there. (Genesis 26, 20)

  • So he built an altar there and invoked the LORD by name. After he had pitched his tent there, his servants began to dig a well nearby. (Genesis 26, 25)

  • That same day Isaac's servants came and brought him news about the well they had been digging; they told him, "We have reached water!" (Genesis 26, 32)

  • Thus the man grew increasingly prosperous, and he came to own not only large flocks but also male and female servants and camels and asses. (Genesis 30, 43)

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