Löydetty 595 Tulokset: Egypt

  • There was a famine in the country, and Abram went down to Egypt to stay there for a time, since the famine in the country was severe. (Genesis 12, 10)

  • When he was about to enter Egypt, he said to his wife Sarai, 'Look, I know you are a beautiful woman. (Genesis 12, 11)

  • When Abram arrived in Egypt the Egyptians did indeed see that the woman was very beautiful. (Genesis 12, 14)

  • From Egypt Abram returned to the Negeb with his wife and all he possessed, and Lot with him. (Genesis 13, 1)

  • Looking round, Lot saw all the Jordan plain, irrigated everywhere -- this was before Yahweh destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah-like the garden of Yahweh or the land of Egypt, as far as Zoar. (Genesis 13, 10)

  • That day Yahweh made a covenant with Abram in these terms: 'To your descendants I give this country, from the River of Egypt to the Great River, the River Euphrates, (Genesis 15, 18)

  • He made his home in the desert of Paran, and his mother got him a wife from Egypt. (Genesis 21, 21)

  • He lived in the territory stretching from Havilah-by-Shur just outside Egypt on the way to Assyria, and he held his own against all his kinsmen. (Genesis 25, 18)

  • Yahweh had appeared to him and said, 'Do not go down to Egypt; stay in the country which I shall point out to you. (Genesis 26, 2)

  • They then sat down to eat. Looking up, they saw a group of Ishmaelites who were coming from Gilead, their camels laden with gum tragacanth, balsam and resin, which they were taking to Egypt. (Genesis 37, 25)

  • Now some Midianite merchants were passing, and they pulled Joseph out of the well. They sold Joseph to the Ishmaelites for twenty shekels of silver, and these men took Joseph to Egypt. (Genesis 37, 28)

  • Meanwhile the Midianites had sold him in Egypt to Potiphar, one of Pharaoh's officials and commander of the guard. (Genesis 37, 36)

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