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  • Instead, go at once to Paddan-aram, to the house of your grandfather Bethuel, and marry one of your uncle Laban's daughters. - Genesis 28:2


  • At the time they left, Laban was some distance away, shearing his sheep. Rachel stole her father's household gods and took them with her. - Genesis 31:19


  • I know you feel you must go, and you long intensely for your childhood home, but why have you stolen my household gods?" - Genesis 31:30


  • But as for your household gods, let the person who has taken them die! If you find anything that belongs to you, I swear before all these relatives of ours, I will give it back without question." But Jacob didn't know that Rachel had taken them. - Genesis 31:32


  • 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


  • As Jacob and his household started on their way again, angels of God came to meet him. - Genesis 32:1


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


  • I am not worthy of all the faithfulness and unfailing love you have shown to me, your servant. When I left home, I owned nothing except a walking stick, and now my household fills two camps! - Genesis 32:10


  • Meanwhile, Jacob and his household traveled on to Succoth. There he built himself a house and made shelters for his flocks and herds. That is why the place was named Succoth.*1 - Genesis 33:17


  • including Hamor and Shechem. They rescued Dinah from Shechem's house and returned to their camp. - Genesis 34:26


  • So Jacob told everyone in his household, "Destroy your idols, wash yourselves, and put on clean clothing. - Genesis 35:2


  • Then Esau took his wives, children, household servants, cattle, and flocks--all the wealth he had gained in the land of Canaan--and moved away from his brother, Jacob. - Genesis 36:6


  • So Joseph naturally became quite a favorite with him. Potiphar soon put Joseph in charge of his entire household and entrusted him with all his business dealings. - Genesis 39:4


  • From the day Joseph was put in charge, the LORD began to bless Potiphar for Joseph's sake. All his household affairs began to run smoothly, and his crops and livestock flourished. - Genesis 39:5


  • But Joseph refused. "Look," he told her, "my master trusts me with everything in his entire household. - Genesis 39:8


  • One day, however, no one else was around when he was doing his work inside the house. - Genesis 39:11


  • She came and grabbed him by his shirt, demanding, "Sleep with me!" Joseph tore himself away, but as he did, his shirt came off. She was left holding it as he ran from the house. - Genesis 39:12
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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