Camel

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  • One evening as he was taking a walk out in the fields, meditating, he looked up and saw the camels coming. - Genesis 24:63


  • As a result, Jacob's flocks increased rapidly, and he became very wealthy, with many servants, camels, and donkeys. - Genesis 30:43


  • So Jacob put his wives and children on camels. - Genesis 31:17


  • Rachel had taken the household gods and had stuffed them into her camel saddle, and now she was sitting on them. So although Laban searched all the tents, he couldn't find them. - Genesis 31:34


  • Jacob was terrified at the news. He divided his household, along with the flocks and herds and camels, into two camps. - Genesis 32:7


  • thirty female camels with their young, forty cows, ten bulls, twenty female donkeys, and ten male donkeys. - Genesis 32:15


  • Then, just as they were sitting down to eat, they noticed a caravan of camels in the distance coming toward them. It was a group of Ishmaelite traders taking spices, balm, and myrrh from Gilead to Egypt. - Genesis 37:25


  • the LORD will send a deadly plague to destroy your horses, donkeys, camels, cattle, and sheep. - Exodus 9:3


  • These enemy hordes, coming with their cattle and tents as thick as locusts, arrived on droves of camels too numerous to count. And they stayed until the land was stripped bare. - Judges 6:5


  • The armies of Midian, Amalek, and the people of the east had settled in the valley like a swarm of locusts. Their camels were like grains of sand on the seashore--too many to count! - Judges 7:12


  • Then Zebah and Zalmunna said to Gideon, "Don't ask a boy to do a man's job! Do it yourself!" So Gideon killed them both and took the royal ornaments from the necks of their camels. - Judges 8:21


  • You may not, however, eat the animals named here* because they either have split hooves or chew the cud, but not both. The camel may not be eaten, for though it chews the cud, it does not have split hooves.1 - Leviticus 11:4


  • but if the animal doesn't have both, it may not be eaten. So you may not eat the camel, the hare, or the rock badger.* They chew the cud but do not have split hooves.2 - Deuteronomy 14:7


  • The weight of the gold earrings was forty-three pounds,* not including the crescents and pendants, the royal clothing of the kings, or the chains around the necks of their camels.1 - Judges 8:26


  • Now go and completely destroy* the entire Amalekite nation--men, women, children, babies, cattle, sheep, camels, and donkeys.' "1 - 1 Samuel 15:3


  • David didn't leave one person alive in the villages he attacked. He took the sheep, cattle, donkeys, camels, and clothing before returning home to see King Achish. - 1 Samuel 27:9


  • David and his men rushed in among them and slaughtered them throughout that night and the entire next day until evening. None of the Amalekites escaped except four hundred young men who fled on camels. - 1 Samuel 30:17
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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