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  • at the same time they struck the men at the entrance of the house, one and all, with such a blinding light that they were utterly unable to reach the doorway. (Genesis 19, 11)

  • He gave similar instructions to the second servant and the third and to all the others who followed behind the droves, namely: "Thus and thus shall you say to Esau, when you reach him; (Genesis 32, 20)

  • "I will have the fear of me precede you, so that I will throw into panic every nation you reach. I will make all your enemies turn from you in flight, (Exodus 23, 27)

  • The center bar, at the middle of the boards, shall reach across from end to end. (Exodus 26, 28)

  • The center bar, at the middle of the boards, was made to reach across from end to end. (Exodus 36, 33)

  • The LORD answered Moses, "Is this beyond the LORD'S reach? You shall see now whether or not what I have promised you takes place." (Numbers 11, 23)

  • Arnon and the wadi gorges That reach back toward the site of Ar and slant to the border of Moab." (Numbers 21, 15)

  • His wells shall yield free-flowing waters, he shall have the sea within reach; His king shall rise higher than. . . . and his royalty shall be exalted. (Numbers 24, 7)

  • Thence the boundary shall reach to Ziphron and terminate at Hazar-enan. This shall be your northern boundary. (Numbers 34, 9)

  • Now command the priests carrying the ark of the covenant to come to a halt in the Jordan when they reach the edge of the waters." (Joshua 3, 8)

  • Yes, the time is coming when I will break your strength and the strength of your father's family, so that no man in your family shall reach old age. (1 Samuel 2, 31)

  • When you enter the city, you may reach him before he goes up to the high place to eat. The people will not eat until he arrives; only after he blesses the sacrifice will the invited guests eat. Go up immediately, for you should find him right now." (1 Samuel 9, 13)


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