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  • On his return after defeating Chedorlaomer and the kings who were his allies, the king of Sodom came out to meet him in the valley of Shaveh (that is the Valley of the King). (Genesis 14, 17)

  • when he looked up and saw three men standing nearby. When he saw them he ran from the entrance of the tent to meet them. He bowed to the ground (Genesis 18, 2)

  • When the two angels reached Sodom in the evening, Lot was sitting at the gate of the town. As soon as he saw them, he rose to meet them, bowed with his face to the ground, (Genesis 19, 1)

  • Lot went out to meet them, shut the door behind him and said, (Genesis 19, 6)

  • The servant ran to meet her and said, "Please let me drink a little water from your pitcher." (Genesis 24, 17)

  • and said to the servant, "Who is this man in the field coming to meet us?" He replied, "It is my master!" She then covered her face with her veil. (Genesis 24, 65)

  • As soon as Laban heard the news about Jacob being his sister's son, he ran to meet him; and after embracing and kissing him he brought him into his house. Jacob told Laban all that had happened (Genesis 29, 13)

  • In the evening when Jacob came in from the fields Leah went to meet him and said, "You will sleep with me tonight for I have hired you with my son's mandrakes!" So he slept with her that night. (Genesis 30, 16)

  • The messenger returned and said to Jacob, "We went to your brother Esau and he is already coming to meet you with four hundred men." (Genesis 32, 6)

  • Jacob ordered the second and third servants and all who were following the herds in the same way, "That is what you shall say to Esau when you meet him: (Genesis 32, 19)

  • Your servant Jacob is following!" For he thought to himself, "I may pacify him with the present I sent ahead, so that when I meet him face to face, he may perhaps receive me kindly." (Genesis 32, 20)

  • Esau ran to meet him, took him in his arms, kissed him; and both wept. (Genesis 33, 4)


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