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  • This was why the place was called Beersheba: because there the two of them swore an oath. (Genesis 21, 31)

  • Yahweh, God of heaven and God of earth, who took me from my father's home, and from the land of my kinsfolk, and who promised me on oath, "I shall give this country to your descendants"-he will now send his angel ahead of you, so that you can get a wife for my son from there. (Genesis 24, 7)

  • If then the girl refuses to follow you, you will be quit of this oath to me. Only do not take my son back there.' (Genesis 24, 8)

  • My master made me take this oath, "You are not to choose a wife for my son from the daughters of the Canaanites in whose country I live. (Genesis 24, 37)

  • Then Jacob said, 'First give me your oath'; he gave him his oath and sold his birthright to Jacob. (Genesis 25, 33)

  • Remain for the present in that country; I shall be with you and bless you, for I shall give all these countries to you and your descendants in fulfilment of the oath I swore to your father Abraham. (Genesis 26, 3)

  • "My father put me under oath, saying: I am about to die. In the tomb which I dug for myself in Canaan, that is where you are to bury me. So may I have leave to go up and bury my father, and then come back?" ' (Genesis 50, 5)

  • At length Joseph said to his brothers, 'I am about to die; but God will be sure to remember you kindly and take you out of this country to the country which he promised on oath to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.' (Genesis 50, 24)

  • And Joseph put Israel's sons on oath, saying, 'When God remembers you with kindness, be sure to take my bones away from here.' (Genesis 50, 25)

  • Moses took with him the bones of Joseph, since Joseph had put the Israelites on solemn oath with the words, 'It is sure that God will visit you,' he had said, 'and when that day comes you must take my bones away from here with you.' (Exodus 13, 19)

  • an oath by Yahweh will decide between the two parties whether the keeper has laid hands on the other's property or not. The owner will take what remains, the keeper will not have to make good the loss. (Exodus 22, 10)

  • "or someone lets slip an oath to do something either evil or good, in any of those matters on which someone may let slip an oath; he does not notice it, then, realising it later, he becomes answerable for it; (Leviticus 5, 4)


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