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  • But of the tree of knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat. for in what day soever thou shalt eat of it, thou shalt die the death. (Genesis 2, 17)

  • And the serpent said to the woman: No, you shall not die the death. (Genesis 3, 4)

  • Who brought her into the tent of Sara his mother, and took her to wife: and he loved her so much, that it moderated the sorrow which was occasioned by his mother's death. (Genesis 24, 67)

  • And after his death, God blessed Isaac his son, who dwelt by the well named Of the living and seeing. (Genesis 25, 11)

  • He that shall touch this man's wife, shall surely be put to death. (Genesis 26, 11)

  • And he digged again other wells, which the servants of his father Abraham had digged, and which, after his death, the Palestines had of old stopped up: and he called them by the same names by which his father before had called them. (Genesis 26, 18)

  • And his father said to him: Thou seest that I am old, and know not the day of my death. (Genesis 27, 2)

  • And when her soul was departing for pain, and death was now at hand, she called the name of her son Benoni, that is, The son of my pain: but his father called him Benjamin, that is, The son of the right hand. (Genesis 35, 18)

  • And after his death, Adad the son of Badad reigned in his stead, who defeated the Madianites in the country of Moab: and the name of his city was Avith. (Genesis 36, 35)

  • And when he saw that the day of his death drew nigh, he called his son Joseph, and said to him: If I have found favour in thy sight, put thy hand under my thigh; and thou shalt shew me this kindness and truth, not to bury me in Egypt: (Genesis 47, 29)

  • After which he told his brethren: God will visit you after my death, and will make you go up out of this land, to the land which he swore to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. (Genesis 50, 23)

  • But now forgive me my sin this time also, and pray to the Lord your God, that he take away from me this death. (Exodus 10, 17)


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