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  • But I will bring a little water, and you may wash your feet and rest under the tree. (Genesis 18, 4)

  • And he said: “I beg you, my lords, turn aside to the house of your servant, and lodge there. Wash your feet, and in the morning you will advance on your way.” And they said, “Not at all. But we will lodge in the street.” (Genesis 19, 2)

  • And he brought him into his guest quarters. And he unharnessed the camels, and he distributed straw and hay, and water to wash his feet and that of the men who arrived with him. (Genesis 24, 32)

  • And having led them into the house, he brought water, and they washed their feet, and he gave fodder to their donkeys. (Genesis 43, 24)

  • And having finished these commands by which he instructed his sons, he drew his feet onto the bed, and he passed away. And he was gathered to his people. (Genesis 49, 32)

  • And he said: “Lest you should approach here, remove the shoes from your feet. For the place on which you stand is holy ground.” (Exodus 3, 5)

  • For this reason, Zipporah took a very sharp stone, and she circumcised the foreskin of her son, and she touched his feet, and she said, “You are a bloody spouse to me.” (Exodus 4, 25)

  • You shall not consume anything from it raw, nor boiled in water, but only roasted by fire. You shall devour the head with its feet and entrails. (Exodus 12, 9)

  • Now you shall consume it in this way: You shall gird your waist, and you shall have shoes on your feet, holding staves in your hands, and you shall consume it in haste. For it is the Passover (that is, the Crossing) of the Lord. (Exodus 12, 11)

  • And they saw the God of Israel. And under his feet was something like a work of sapphire stone, or like the sky, when it is serene. (Exodus 24, 10)

  • Then you shall cut the ram into pieces, and, having washed its intestines and feet, you shall place these upon the cut-up flesh and upon its head. (Exodus 29, 17)

  • Aaron and his sons shall wash their hands and feet in it: (Exodus 30, 19)

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