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  • He recognised it and cried, 'My son's tunic! A wild animal has devoured him! Joseph has been torn to pieces!' (Genesis 37, 33)

  • When one of them left me, I supposed that he must have been torn to pieces, and I have never seen him since. (Genesis 44, 28)

  • In the centre it will have an opening for the head, the opening to have round it a border woven like the neck of a coat of mail, so that it will not get torn. (Exodus 28, 32)

  • The opening in the centre of the robe was like the neck of a coat of mail; round the opening was a border, so that it would not get torn. (Exodus 39, 23)

  • 'Anyone with a contagious skin-disease will wear torn clothing and disordered hair; and will cover the upper lip and shout, "Unclean, unclean." (Leviticus 13, 45)

  • You will not offer Yahweh an animal if its testicles have been bruised, crushed, torn or cut off. You may not do that in your country, (Leviticus 22, 24)

  • just as Yahweh used to delight in making you happy and in making your numbers grow, so will he take delight in ruining you and destroying you. You will be torn from the country which you are about to enter and make your own. (Deuteronomy 28, 63)

  • In anger, in fury, in fierce wrath, Yahweh has torn them from their own country and flung them into another country, where they are today." (Deuteronomy 29, 27)

  • A Benjaminite ran from the battle-line and reached Shiloh the same day, his clothes torn and dust on his head. (1 Samuel 4, 12)

  • and Samuel said to him, 'Today Yahweh has torn the kingdom of Israel from you and given it to a neighbour of yours who is better than you.' (1 Samuel 15, 28)

  • On the third day, a man arrived from Saul's camp with his clothes torn and earth on his head. When he came to David, he fell to the ground and prostrated himself. (2 Samuel 1, 2)

  • As David reached the summit, where God is worshipped, he saw Hushai the Archite, his friend, coming to meet him with his tunic torn and with earth on his head. (2 Samuel 15, 32)


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