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  • One of the men who escaped came and told Abram the Hebrew, who was camped at the oak grove belonging to Mamre the Amorite. Mamre and his relatives, Eshcol and Aner, were Abram's allies. - Genesis 14:13


  • she began screaming. Soon all the men around the place came running. "My husband has brought this Hebrew slave here to insult us!" she sobbed. "He tried to rape me, but I screamed. - Genesis 39:14


  • she told him her story. "That Hebrew slave you've had around here tried to make a fool of me," she said. - Genesis 39:17


  • For I was kidnapped from my homeland, the land of the Hebrews, and now I'm here in jail, but I did nothing to deserve it." - Genesis 40:15


  • We told the dreams to a young Hebrew man who was a servant of the captain of the guard. He told us what each of our dreams meant, - Genesis 41:12


  • Joseph ate by himself, and his brothers were served at a separate table. The Egyptians sat at their own table because Egyptians despise Hebrews and refuse to eat with them. - Genesis 43:32


  • Then Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, gave this order to the Hebrew midwives, Shiphrah and Puah: - Exodus 1:15


  • "When you help the Hebrew women give birth, kill all the boys as soon as they are born. Allow only the baby girls to live." - Exodus 1:16


  • "Sir," they told him, "the Hebrew women are very strong. They have their babies so quickly that we cannot get there in time! They are not slow in giving birth like Egyptian women." - Exodus 1:19


  • As the princess opened it, she found the baby boy. His helpless cries touched her heart. "He must be one of the Hebrew children," she said. - Exodus 2:6


  • Then the baby's sister approached the princess. "Should I go and find one of the Hebrew women to nurse the baby for you?" she asked. - Exodus 2:7


  • Many years later, when Moses had grown up, he went out to visit his people, the Israelites, and he saw how hard they were forced to work. During his visit, he saw an Egyptian beating one of the Hebrew slaves. - Exodus 2:11


  • The next day, as Moses was out visiting his people again, he saw two Hebrew men fighting. "What are you doing, hitting your neighbor like that?" Moses said to the one in the wrong. - Exodus 2:13


  • "The leaders of the people of Israel will accept your message. Then all of you must go straight to the king of Egypt and tell him, `The LORD, the God of the Hebrews, has met with us. Let us go on a three-day journey into the wilderness to offer sacrifices to the LORD our God.' - Exodus 3:18


  • But Aaron and Moses persisted. "The God of the Hebrews has met with us," they declared. "Let us take a three-day trip into the wilderness so we can offer sacrifices to the LORD our God. If we don't, we will surely die by disease or the sword." - Exodus 5:3
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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