Donkey

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  • They quickly took their sacks from the backs of their donkeys and opened them. - Genesis 44:11


  • At this, they tore their clothing in despair, loaded the donkeys again, and returned to the city. - Genesis 44:13


  • He sent his father ten donkeys loaded with the good things of Egypt, and ten donkeys loaded with grain and all kinds of other food to be eaten on his journey. - Genesis 45:23


  • So they gave their livestock to Joseph in exchange for food. Soon all the horses, flocks, herds, and donkeys of Egypt were in Pharaoh's possession. But at least they were able to purchase food for that year. - Genesis 47:17


  • He ties his foal to a grapevine, the colt of his donkey to a choice vine. He washes his clothes in wine because his harvest is so plentiful. - Genesis 49:11


  • So Moses took his wife and sons, put them on a donkey, and headed back to the land of Egypt. In his hand he carried the staff of God. - Exodus 4:20


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


  • A firstborn male donkey may be redeemed from the LORD by presenting a lamb in its place. But if you decide not to make the exchange, the donkey must be killed by breaking its neck. However, you must redeem every firstborn son. - Exodus 13:13


  • "Do not covet your neighbor's house. Do not covet your neighbor's wife, male or female servant, ox or donkey, or anything else your neighbor owns." - Exodus 20:17


  • "Suppose someone digs or uncovers a well and fails to cover it, and then an ox or a donkey falls into it. - Exodus 21:33


  • If someone steals an ox or a donkey or a sheep and it is recovered alive, then the thief must pay double the value. - Exodus 22:4


  • "Suppose there is a dispute between two people as to who owns a particular ox, donkey, sheep, article of clothing, or anything else. Both parties must come before God* for a decision, and the person whom God declares* guilty must pay double to the other.2 - Exodus 22:9


  • "Now suppose someone asks a neighbor to care for a donkey, ox, sheep, or any other animal, but it dies or is injured or gets away, and there is no eyewitness to report just what happened. - Exodus 22:10


  • "If you come upon your enemy's ox or donkey that has strayed away, take it back to its owner. - Exodus 23:4


  • If you see the donkey of someone who hates you struggling beneath a heavy load, do not walk by. Instead, stop and offer to help. - Exodus 23:5


  • "Work for six days, and rest on the seventh. This will give your ox and your donkey a chance to rest. It will also allow the people of your household, including your slaves and visitors, to be refreshed. - Exodus 23:12


  • A firstborn male donkey may be redeemed from the LORD by presenting a lamb in its place. But if you decide not to make the exchange, you must kill the donkey by breaking its neck. However, you must redeem every firstborn son. No one is allowed to appear before me without a gift. - Exodus 34:20
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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