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  • When she had finished letting him drink, she said, 'I shall draw water for your camels, too, until they have had enough.' (Genesis 24, 19)

  • Why did you flee in secret, stealing away without letting me know, so that I could send you on your way rejoicing, with songs and the music of tambourines and harps? (Genesis 31, 27)

  • maintaining his faithful love to thousands, forgiving fault, crime and sin, yet letting nothing go unchecked, and punishing the parent's fault in the children and in the grandchildren to the third and fourth generation!' (Exodus 34, 7)

  • "Yahweh, slow to anger and rich in faithful love, forgiving faults and transgression, and yet letting nothing go unchecked, punishing the parents' guilt in the children to the third and fourth generation." (Numbers 14, 18)

  • Beware of letting your heart be seduced: if you go astray, serve other gods and bow down to them, (Deuteronomy 11, 16)

  • not even letting me regain my breath, with so much bitterness he fills me! (Job 9, 18)

  • Blessed be Yahweh for not letting us fall a prey to their teeth! (Psalms 124, 6)

  • how, after letting his people leave and hastening their departure, they would change their minds and give chase. (Wisdom of Solomon 19, 2)

  • So they took Jeremiah and put him into the storage-well of the king's son Malchiah in the Court of the Guard, letting him down with ropes. There was no water in the storage-well, only mud, and into the mud Jeremiah sank. (Jeremiah 38, 6)

  • Yahweh has done what he planned, has carried out his threat, as he ordained long ago: he has destroyed without pity, increasing the might of your foes -- and letting your foes get the credit. (Lamentations 2, 17)

  • But respect for my own name kept me from letting it be profaned in the eyes of the nations among whom they were living, and before whom I had made myself known to them and promised to bring them out of Egypt. (Ezekiel 20, 9)

  • But respect for my own name kept me from letting it be profaned in the eyes of the nations, before whom I had brought them out. (Ezekiel 20, 14)


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