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  • Of every clean animal, take with you seven pairs, a male and its mate; and of the unclean animals, one pair, a male and its mate; (Genesis 7, 2)

  • together with every kind of wild beast, every kind of domestic animal, every kind of creeping thing of the earth, and every kind of bird. (Genesis 7, 14)

  • Then Noah built an altar to the LORD, and choosing from every clean animal and every clean bird, he offered holocausts on the altar. (Genesis 8, 20)

  • For your own lifeblood, too, I will demand an accounting: from every animal I will demand it, and from man in regard to his fellow man I will demand an accounting for human life. (Genesis 9, 5)

  • go through your whole flock today and remove from it every dark animal among the sheep and every spotted or speckled one among the goats. Only such animals shall be my wages. (Genesis 30, 32)

  • In the future, whenever you check on these wages of mine, let my honesty testify against me: any animal in my possession that is not a speckled or spotted goat, or a dark sheep, got there by theft!" (Genesis 30, 33)

  • I never brought you an animal torn by wild beasts; I made good the loss myself. You held me responsible for anything stolen by day or night. (Genesis 31, 39)

  • When Joseph saw Benjamin with them, he told his head steward, "Take these men into the house, and have an animal slaughtered and prepared, for they are to dine with me at noon." (Genesis 43, 16)

  • Hence, our livestock also must go with us. Not an animal must be left behind. Some of them we must sacrifice to the LORD, our God, but we ourselves shall not know which ones we must sacrifice to him until we arrive at the place itself." (Exodus 10, 26)

  • the owner of the cistern must make good by restoring the value of the animal to its owner; the dead animal, however, he may keep. (Exodus 21, 34)

  • "When one man's ox hurts another's ox so badly that it dies, they shall sell the live ox and divide this money as well as the dead animal equally between them. (Exodus 21, 35)

  • But if it was known that the ox was previously in the habit of goring and its owner would not keep it in, he must make full restitution, an ox for an ox; but the dead animal he may keep. (v 37) "When a man steals an ox or a sheep and slaughters or sells it, he shall restore five oxen for the one ox, and four sheep for the one sheep. (Exodus 21, 36)


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