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  • This is why the place is called Beer-sheba; the two took an oath there. (Genesis 21, 31)

  • "The LORD, the God of heaven, who took me from my father's house and the land of my kin, and who confirmed by oath the promise he then made to me, 'I will give this land to your descendants'--he will send his messenger before you, and you will obtain a wife for my son there. (Genesis 24, 7)

  • If the woman is unwilling to follow you, you will be released from this oath. But never take my son back there!" (Genesis 24, 8)

  • My master put me under oath, saying: 'You shall not procure a wife for my son among the daughters of the Canaanites in whose land I live; (Genesis 24, 37)

  • But Jacob insisted, "Swear to me first!" So he sold Jacob his birthright under oath. (Genesis 25, 33)

  • Stay in this land, and I will be with you and bless you; for to you and your descendants I will give all these lands, in fulfillment of the oath that I swore to your father Abraham. (Genesis 26, 3)

  • May the God of Abraham and the god of Nahor (their ancestral deities) maintain justice between us!" Jacob took the oath by the Awesome One of Isaac. (Genesis 31, 53)

  • Since my father, at the point of death, made me promise on oath to bury him in the tomb that he had prepared for himself in the land of Canaan, may I go up there to bury my father and then come back?" (Genesis 50, 5)

  • Pharaoh replied, "Go and bury your father, as he made you promise on oath." (Genesis 50, 6)

  • Joseph said to his brothers: "I am about to die. God will surely take care of you and lead you out of this land to the land that he promised on oath to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob." (Genesis 50, 24)

  • Then, putting the sons of Israel under oath, he continued, "When God thus takes care of you, you must bring my bones up with you from this place." (Genesis 50, 25)

  • the custodian shall swear by the LORD that he did not lay hands on his neighbor's property; the owner must accept the oath, and no restitution is to be made. (Exodus 22, 10)


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