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  • And when he had slept there that night, he set apart, of the things which he had, presents for his brother Esau. (Genesis 32, 13)

  • But he set up a monument of stone, in the place where God had spoken to him: pouring drink offerings upon it, and pouring oil thereon: (Genesis 35, 14)

  • And Joseph found favour in the sight of his master, and ministered to him: and being set over all by him, he governed the house committed to him, and all things that were delivered to him: (Genesis 39, 4)

  • If therefore thou wilt send him with us, we will set out together, and will buy necessaries for thee. (Genesis 43, 4)

  • And Juda said to his father: Send the bou with me, that we may set forward, and may live: lest both we and our children perish. (Genesis 43, 8)

  • And when he had washed his face, coming out again, he refrained himself, and said: Set bread on the table. (Genesis 43, 31)

  • And when it was set on, for Joseph apart, and for his brethren apart, for the Egyptians also that ate with him, apart, (for it is unlawful for the Egyptians to eat with the Hebrews, and they think such a feast profane:) (Genesis 43, 32)

  • And thou saidst to thy servants: Bring him hither to me, and I will set my eyes on him. (Genesis 44, 21)

  • And we said to him: We cannot go: if our youngest brother go down with us, we will set out together: otherwise, without him we dare not see the man's face. (Genesis 44, 26)

  • After these things, it was told Joseph that his father was sick: and he set out to go to him, taking his two sons Manasses and Ephraim. (Genesis 48, 1)

  • And he set Ephraim on his right bend, that is, towards the left hand of Israel; but Manasses on his left hand, to wit, towards his father's right hand, and brought them near to him. (Genesis 48, 13)

  • And he blessed them at that time, saying: In thee shall Israel be blessed, and it shall be said: God do to thee as to Ephraim, and as to Manasses. And he set Ephraim before Manasses. (Genesis 48, 20)


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