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  • I own cattle, asses and sheep, as well as male and female servants. I am sending my lord this information in the hope of gaining your favor.'" (Genesis 32, 6)

  • He put these animals in charge of his servants, in separate droves, and he told the servants, "Go on ahead of me, but keep a space between one drove and the next." (Genesis 32, 17)

  • One such day, when Joseph came into the house to do his work, and none of the household servants were then in the house, (Genesis 39, 11)

  • she screamed for her household servants and told them, "Look! my husband has brought in a Hebrew slave to make sport of us! He came in here to lie with me, but I cried out as loud as I could. (Genesis 39, 14)

  • "No, my lord," they replied. "On the contrary, your servants have come to procure food. (Genesis 42, 10)

  • All of us are sons of the same man. We are honest men; your servants have never been spies." (Genesis 42, 11)

  • "We your servants," they said, "were twelve brothers, sons of a certain man in Canaan; but the youngest one is at present with our father, and the other one is gone." (Genesis 42, 13)

  • they remonstrated with him: "How can my lord say such things? Far be it from your servants to do such a thing! (Genesis 44, 7)

  • If any of your servants is found to have the goblet, he shall die, and as for the rest of us, we shall become my lord's slaves." (Genesis 44, 9)

  • Judah replied: "What can we say to my lord? How can we plead or how try to prove our innocence? God has uncovered your servants' guilt. Here we are, then, the slaves of my lord--the rest of us no less than the one in whose possession the goblet was found." (Genesis 44, 16)

  • My lord asked your servants, 'Have you a father, or another brother?' (Genesis 44, 19)

  • Then you told your servants, 'Bring him down to me that my eyes may look on him.' (Genesis 44, 21)


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