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  • So Lot went out and spoke to his sons-in-law, who had contracted marriage with his daughters. "Get up and leave this place," he told them; "the LORD is about to destroy the city." But his sons-in-law thought he was joking. (Genesis 19, 14)

  • "You have already thought enough of your servant to do me the great kindness of intervening to save my life. But I cannot flee to the hills to keep the disaster from overtaking me, and so I shall die. (Genesis 19, 19)

  • "I was afraid," answered Abraham, "because I thought there would surely be no fear of God in this place, and so they would kill me on account of my wife. (Genesis 20, 11)

  • He called for Isaac and said: "She must certainly be your wife! How could you have said, 'She is my sister'?" Isaac replied, "I thought I might lose my life on her account." (Genesis 26, 9)

  • "I was frightened," Jacob replied to Laban, "at the thought that you might take your daughters away from me by force. (Genesis 31, 31)

  • Having left everything he owned in Joseph's charge, he gave no thought, with Joseph there, to anything but the food he ate. Now Joseph was strikingly handsome in countenance and body. (Genesis 39, 6)

  • Yet the chief cupbearer gave no thought to Joseph; he had forgotten him. (Genesis 40, 23)

  • It was only Joseph's full brother Benjamin that Jacob did not send with the rest, for he thought some disaster might befall him. (Genesis 42, 4)

  • But on being led to his house, they became apprehensive. "It must be," they thought, "on account of the money put back in our bags the first time, that we are taken inside; they want to use it as a pretext to attack us and take our donkeys and seize us as slaves." (Genesis 43, 18)

  • Now that their father was dead, Joseph's brothers became fearful and thought, "Suppose Joseph has been nursing a grudge against us and now plans to pay us back in full for all the wrong we did him!" (Genesis 50, 15)

  • But he replied, "Who has appointed you ruler and judge over us? Are you thinking of killing me as you killed the Egyptian?" Then Moses became afraid and thought, "The affair must certainly be known." (Exodus 2, 14)

  • The Egyptians likewise urged the people on, to hasten their departure from the land; they thought that otherwise they would all die. (Exodus 12, 33)


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