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  • That evening the two angels came to the entrance of the city of Sodom, and Lot was sitting there as they arrived. When he saw them, he stood up to meet them. Then he welcomed them and bowed low to the ground. - Genesis 19:1

  • The man fell down to the ground and worshiped the LORD. - Genesis 24:26

  • At this reply, Abraham's servant bowed to the ground and worshiped the LORD. - Genesis 24:52

  • At the top of the stairway stood the LORD, and he said, "I am the LORD, the God of your grandfather Abraham and the God of your father, Isaac. The ground you are lying on belongs to you. I will give it to you and your descendants. - Genesis 28:13

  • But Onan was not willing to have a child who would not be his own heir. So whenever he had intercourse with Tamar, he spilled the semen on the ground to keep her from having a baby who would belong to his brother. - Genesis 38:9

  • Since Joseph was governor of all Egypt and in charge of the sale of the grain, it was to him that his brothers came. They bowed low before him, with their faces to the ground. - Genesis 42:6

  • Joseph was still at home when Judah and his brothers arrived, and they fell to the ground before him. - Genesis 44:14

  • "Do not come any closer," God told him. "Take off your sandals, for you are standing on holy ground." - Exodus 3:5

  • "Throw it down on the ground," the LORD told him. So Moses threw it down, and it became a snake! Moses was terrified, so he turned and ran away. - Exodus 4:3

  • "And if they do not believe you even after these two signs, then take some water from the Nile River and pour it out on the dry ground. When you do, it will turn into blood." - Exodus 4:9

  • If you refuse, I will send swarms of flies throughout Egypt. Your homes will be filled with them, and the ground will be covered with them. - Exodus 8:21

  • But the wheat and the spelt were not destroyed because they had not yet sprouted from the ground. - Exodus 9:32

  • There will be so many that you won't be able to see the ground. They will devour everything that escaped the hailstorm, including all the trees in the fields. - Exodus 10:5

  • For the locusts covered the surface of the whole country, making the ground look black. They ate all the plants and all the fruit on the trees that had survived the hailstorm. Not one green thing remained, neither tree nor plant, throughout the land of Egypt. - Exodus 10:15

  • Use your shepherd's staff--hold it out over the water, and a path will open up before you through the sea. Then all the people of Israel will walk through on dry ground. - Exodus 14:16

  • So the people of Israel walked through the sea on dry ground, with walls of water on each side! - Exodus 14:22

  • When the dew disappeared later in the morning, thin flakes, white like frost, covered the ground. - Exodus 16:14
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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