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  • 'That', God told Noah, 'is the sign of the covenant I have established between myself and all living things on earth.' (Genesis 9, 17)




  • Such were the decrees, customs and laws which Yahweh established between himself and the Israelites on Mount Sinai through Moses. (Leviticus 26, 46)

  • and on the first day of the second month they mustered the whole community. The Israelites established their pedigrees by clans and families, and one by one the names of all men of twenty years and over were recorded. (Numbers 1, 18)

  • Once the pedigrees of the descendants of Reuben, Israel's first-born, had been established by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, fit to bear arms, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 20)

  • Once the pedigrees of Simeon's descendants had been established by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, fit to bear arms, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 22)

  • Once the pedigrees of Gad's descendants had been established by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, fit to bear arms, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 24)

  • Once the pedigrees of Judah's descendants had been established by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, fit to bear arms, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 26)




  • Once the pedigrees of Issachar's descendants had been established by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, fit to bear arms, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 28)

  • Once the pedigrees of Zebulun's descendants had been established by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, fit to bear arms, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 30)

  • As regards the descendants of Joseph: once the pedigrees of Ephraim's descendants had been established by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, fit to bear arms, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 32)

  • Once the pedigrees of Manasseh's descendants had been established by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, fit to bear arms, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 34)

  • Once the pedigrees of Benjamin's descendants had been established by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, fit to bear arms, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 36)




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