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  • A survivor came to tell Abram, and Aner the Hebrew, who was living at the Oak of the Amorite Mamre, the brother of Eshcol; these were allies of Abram. (Genesis 14, 13)

  • she called her servants and said to them, 'Look at this! My husband brought in a Hebrew to make a fool of me! He burst in on me, but I screamed, (Genesis 39, 14)

  • Then she told him the same tale, 'The Hebrew slave you brought to us burst in on me to make a fool of me. (Genesis 39, 17)

  • There was a young Hebrew with us, one of the slaves belonging to the commander of the guard. We told our dreams to him and he interpreted them for us, telling each of us what his dream meant. (Genesis 41, 12)

  • The king of Egypt then spoke to the Hebrew midwives, one of whom was called Shiphrah, and the other Puah. (Exodus 1, 15)

  • 'When you attend Hebrew women in childbirth,' he said, 'look at the two stones. If it is a boy, kill him; if a girl, let her live.' (Exodus 1, 16)

  • The midwives said to Pharaoh, 'Hebrew women are not like Egyptian women, they are hardy and give birth before the midwife can get to them.' (Exodus 1, 19)

  • The child's sister then said to Pharaoh's daughter, 'Shall I go and find you a nurse among the Hebrew women to nurse the child for you?' (Exodus 2, 7)

  • It happened one day, when Moses was grown up, that he went to see his kinsmen. While he was watching their forced labour he also saw an Egyptian striking a Hebrew, one of his kinsmen. (Exodus 2, 11)

  • 'When you buy a Hebrew slave, his service will last for six years. In the seventh year he will leave a free man without paying compensation. (Exodus 21, 2)

  • 'If your fellow Hebrew, man or woman, sells himself to you, he can serve you for six years. In the seventh year you must set him free, (Deuteronomy 15, 12)

  • When the Philistines heard the noise of the war cry, they said, 'What can this great war cry in the Hebrew camp mean?' And they realised that the ark of Yahweh had come into the camp. (1 Samuel 4, 6)


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