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  • And Moses said to Hobab the son of Raguel the Midianite, his kinsman: “We are setting out to the place which the Lord will give to us. Come with us, so that we may do good to you. For the Lord has promised good things to Israel.” (Numbers 10, 29)

  • And so, on the same day, it happened that Sarah, the daughter of Raguel, in Rages, a city of the Medes, also heard a reproach from one of her father’s servant maids. (Tobit 3, 7)

  • And the Angel, responding, said: “Here is one named Raguel, a man closely related to you from your tribe, and he has a daughter named Sarah, but he has no other male or female, except her. (Tobit 6, 11)

  • And so they went to Raguel, and Raguel received them with gladness. (Tobit 7, 1)

  • And Raguel, gazing upon Tobias, said to Anna his wife, “How much like my cousin is this young man!” (Tobit 7, 2)

  • And Raguel said to them, “Do you know my brother Tobit?” They said to him, “We know him.” (Tobit 7, 5)

  • And since he was saying many good things about him, the Angel said to Raguel, “The Tobit about whom you inquire is the father of this young man.” (Tobit 7, 6)

  • And Raguel threw himself towards him and kissed him with tears and weeping upon his neck, saying, “May a blessing be upon you, my son, because you are the son of a good and most noble man.” (Tobit 7, 7)

  • And so, after they had spoken, Raguel instructed a sheep to be killed, and a feast to be prepared. And when he exhorted them to recline for dinner, (Tobit 7, 9)

  • When Raguel heard this word, he became afraid, knowing what had befallen those seven men, who had approached her. And he began to fear, lest it might happen to him also in the same way. And, since he wavered and gave no further response to the petition, (Tobit 7, 11)

  • Then Raguel said: “I do not doubt that God has admitted my prayers and tears before his sight. (Tobit 7, 13)

  • And Raguel called his wife Anna to him, and he instructed her to prepare another bedroom. (Tobit 7, 18)


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