Löydetty 251 Tulokset: Camp

  • So Isaac left; he pitched camp in the Valley of Gerar and there he stayed. (Genesis 26, 17)

  • Laban caught up with Jacob, who had pitched his tent in the hills; and Laban pitched camp on Mount Gilead. (Genesis 31, 25)

  • and on seeing them he said, 'This is God's camp,' and he named the place Mahanaim. (Genesis 32, 3)

  • thinking, 'If Esau comes to one of the camps and attacks it, the remaining camp may be able to escape.' (Genesis 32, 9)

  • The gift went ahead of him, but he himself spent that night in the camp. (Genesis 32, 22)

  • Esau asked, 'What was the purpose of that whole camp I just met?' 'To win my lord's favour,' he replied. (Genesis 33, 8)

  • Esau said, 'Let us break camp and move off; I shall go beside you.' (Genesis 33, 12)

  • They broke camp; a divine terror struck the towns round about, and no one pursued the sons of Jacob. (Genesis 35, 5)

  • and when we reached camp and opened our sacks, there was each man's money in the mouth of his sack, to the full. But we have brought it back with us, (Genesis 43, 21)

  • 'Tell the Israelites to turn back and pitch camp in front of Pi-Hahiroth, between Migdol and the sea, facing Baal-Zephon. You must pitch your camp opposite this place, beside the sea, (Exodus 14, 2)

  • So they came to Elim where there were twelve springs and seventy palm trees; and there they pitched camp beside the water. (Exodus 15, 27)

  • That evening, quails flew in and covered the camp, and next morning there was a layer of dew all round the camp. (Exodus 16, 13)


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