Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 3588

Word info for כִּי

Root: כִּי, כִּי עַל כֵּן, כִּי־אִם, כַּמָּה
Strongs Number: 3588
Transliteration: [kiy]
Phonetics: kee
Etymology: A primitive particle
Parts of Speech: conj.
Sense: that, for, because, when, as though, as, because that, but, then, certainly, except, surely, since (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:

   1 that, for, because, when, as though, as, because that, but, then, certainly, except, surely, since.
      1a that.
         1a1 yea, indeed.
      1b when (of time).
         1b1 when, if, though (with a concessive force).
      1c because, since (causal connection).
      1d but (after negative).
      1e that if, for if, indeed if, for though, but if.
      1f but rather, but.
      1g except that.
      1h only, nevertheless.
      1i surely.
      1j that is.
      1k but if.
      1l for though.
      1m forasmuch as, for therefore.

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of H3588

כִּי־, כִּ֣י, כִּי֩, כִּ֗י, כִּ֥י, כִּֽי־, כִּ֚י, כִּ֛י, כִּ֤י, כִּ֠י, כִּ֧י, כִּ֣י ׀, הֲכִי֩, הֲכִי־, כִּ֡י, כִּ֖י, וְכִֽי־, כִֽי־, כִּ֞י, וְכִ֥י, כִ֤י, וְכִ֤י, כִ֥י, וְכִ֧י, וְכִי־, כִּ֨י, וְכִ֣י, כִּ֣י־, וְכִ֨י, [כי], כִי־, הֲכִ֣י, (כֹּ֣ה), כִ֗י, כִ֔י, כִּֽי, כִּ֤י ׀, הֲ‍ֽכִי־, כִּ֭י, כִּ֘י, וְ֝כִ֗י, כִּ֝֗י, כִּ֬י, כִּ֪י, כִ֛י, כִּ֩י, כִּֽי‪‬

All words for strongs number H3588 :

Word Occurance
כִּֽי־ 1239
כִּ֣י 677
כִּ֥י 454
כִּ֤י 362
כִּי־ 340
כִּ֛י 162
כִּ֚י 130
כִּי֩ 96
כִּ֖י 72
כִּ֠י 60
כִּ֣י ׀ 51
כִּ֧י 47
וְכִֽי־ 42
כִּ֗י 33
כִּ֡י 22
כִֽי־ 13
כִּ֤י ׀ 12
כִּ֞י 10
כִּ֭י 9
וְכִ֤י 5
כִּ֘י 5
כִי־ 4
וְכִי־ 4
וְכִ֣י 4
וְכִ֥י 4
כִּ֝֗י 3
כִ֤י 2
כִ֔י 2
וְכִ֨י 2
הֲכִ֣י 2
כִ֛י 1
וְ֝כִ֗י 1
כִּ֬י 1
כִּ֩י 1
כִּ֪י 1
הֲ‍ֽכִי־ 1
וְכִ֧י 1
כִּֽי 1
כִ֗י 1
(כֹּ֣ה) 1
[כי] 1
כִּ֣י־ 1
כִּ֨י 1
כִ֥י 1
הֲכִי־ 1
הֲכִי֩ 1
כִּֽי‪‬ 1

How strongs number H3588 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
for 2134
that 582
because 367
when 193
but 131
if 105
surely 45
and if 31
though 29
except 17
since 16
yet 15
but if 12
and when 12
- 11
how 8
although 6
yes 6
therefore 5
indeed 5
nevertheless 5
unless 4
and 4
how much more 4
for [as] 3
while 3
even 3
who 3
in that 3
even though 3
or else 3
no 2
then 2
furthermore 2
than 2
to 2
that when 2
for [according to] 2
so that 2
so 2
much less 2
now 2
but when 2
for [if] 2
inasmuch as 2
how much less 2
inasmuch 2
for if 2
seeing 2
answer me 1
for when 1
no doubt 1
the while 1
did ever 1
were 1
for [already] 1
but [did] 1
that [there was] 1
from 1
[that] if 1
how then 1
and [the women also said] and when 1
[just] because 1
by 1
that [am] 1
so when 1
be you glad 1
doubtless 1
at least 1
and indeed 1
whenever 1
for by 1
[saying] for 1
you [are] 1
of because 1
that [was] 1
that [it shall be] 1
for though 1
for [so] 1
thus 1
for [they say] 1
[will be heard] for 1
that [there are] 1
saying for 1
is 1
[saying for] 1
[and] that 1
and because 1
but [that] 1
but [as] 1
truly 1
so if 1
for [it is] 1
all 1
for there shall be 1
forasmuch 1
as 1
when either 1
for that 1
whose 1
[as for] 1
for [in] 1
for [he said] 1
suppose 1
that it [is] 1
is not he rightly 1
also 1
[saying] because 1
for [is yours] 1
[saying] assuredly 1
for [though] 1
abundantly for 1
[from other duties] for 1
lest 1
i will surely 1
because for 1
for so 1
just 1
assuredly 1
[no] but 1
was he not 1
or 1
have 1
there [were] 1
for as 1
how much better 1
for [then you would go] 1
that [it is] 1
how [it was] 1
[is it] that 1

Two strong number together

H3588 H7043
H3588 H3988

3885 Verses with H3588

Genesis 1:4
Literal: And saw God - the light that [it was] good and divided God between the light and between the darkness
KJV: And God  saw  the light,  that  it was good:  and God  divided  the light  from  the darkness. 

Genesis 1:10
Literal: And called God the dry [land] Earth and the collection of the waters He called Seas And saw God that [it was] good
KJV: And God  called  the dry  land Earth;  and the gathering together  of the waters  called  he Seas:  and God  saw  that it was good. 

Genesis 1:12
Literal: And brought forth the earth grass the herb [that] yields seed according to its kind and the tree [that] yields fruit whose seed [is] in itself according to its kind and saw God that [it was] good
KJV: And the earth  brought forth  grass,  and herb  yielding  seed  after his kind,  and the tree  yielding  fruit,  whose seed  was in itself, after his kind:  and God  saw  that it was good. 

Genesis 1:18
Literal: and to rule over the day and over the night and to divide between the light and between the darkness And saw God that [it was] good
KJV: And to rule  over the day  and over the night,  and to divide  the light  from the darkness:  and God  saw  that it was good. 

Genesis 1:21
Literal: So created God - sea creatures great and every thing living that moves with which abounded the waters according to their kinds bird winged according to its kind And saw God that [it was] good
KJV: And God  created  great  whales,  and every living  creature  that moveth,  which the waters  brought forth abundantly,  after their kind,  and every winged  fowl  after his kind:  and God  saw  that it was good. 

Genesis 1:25
Literal: And made God - the beast of the earth according to its kind and livestock and everything that creeps on the earth according to its kind and saw God that [it was] good
KJV: And God  made  the beast  of the earth  after his kind,  and cattle  after their kind,  and every thing that creepeth  upon the earth  after his kind:  and God  saw  that it was good. 

Genesis 2:3
Literal: And blessed God - day the seventh and He sanctified it because in it He rested from all the work which had created God and accomplished -
KJV: And God  blessed  the seventh  day,  and sanctified  it: because  that in it he had rested  from all his work  which God  created  and made. 

Genesis 2:5
Literal: And any plant of the field before was in the earth and any herb of the field had grown for not had caused it to rain Yahweh God on the earth and man [there was] not to cultivate - the ground
KJV: And every plant  of the field  before  it was in the earth,  and every herb  of the field  before  it grew:  for  the LORD  God  had not  caused it to rain  upon the earth,  and there was not  a man  to till  the ground. 

Genesis 2:17
Literal: but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil not you shall eat from for in the day that you eat of it surely you shall die
KJV: But of the tree  of the knowledge  of good  and evil,  thou shalt not eat  of it: for in the day  that thou eatest  thereof thou shalt surely 

Genesis 2:23
Literal: And said Adam this [is] now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh this [one] shall be called Woman because out of Man was taken this [one]
KJV: And Adam  said,  This  is now  bone  and flesh  she  shall be called  Woman,  because she  was taken  out of Man. 

Genesis 3:1
Literal: Now the serpent was more cunning than any beast of the field which had made Yahweh God And he said to the woman - indeed Has said God not you shall eat of every tree of the garden
KJV: Now the serpent  was  more subtil  than any beast  of the field  which the LORD  God  had made.  And he said  unto the woman,  Yea,  hath God  said,  Ye shall not eat  of every tree  of the garden? 

Genesis 3:5
Literal: for knows God that in the day you eat of it then will be opened your eyes and you will be like God knowing good and evil
KJV: For God  doth know  that in the day  ye eat  thereof, then your eyes  shall be opened,  and ye shall be as gods,  knowing  good  and evil. 

Genesis 3:6
Literal: So when saw the woman that [was] good the tree for food and that pleasant it [was] to the eyes and desirable a tree to make [one] wise then she took of its fruit and ate And she gave also to her husband with her and he ate
KJV: And when the woman  saw  that the tree  was good  for food,  and that it  was pleasant  to the eyes,  and a tree  to be desired  to make one wise,  she took  of the fruit thereof,  and did eat,  and gave  also  with her; and he did eat. 

Genesis 3:7
Literal: And were opened the eyes of the two of them and they knew that [were] naked they and they sewed together leaves fig and made themselves coverings
KJV: And the eyes  of them both  were opened,  and they  knew  that they were naked;  fig  leaves  together,  and made themselves  aprons. 

Genesis 3:10
Literal: so he said - Your voice I heard in the garden and I was afraid because was naked I and I hid myself
KJV: And he said,  I heard  thy voice  in the garden,  and I was afraid,  because I  was naked;  and I hid myself. 

Genesis 3:11
Literal: And He said who told you that naked you [were] from the tree that I commanded you not you should eat from have you eaten
KJV: And he said,  Who  told  thee that thou wast naked?  Hast thou eaten  of the tree,  whereof I commanded thee  that thou shouldest not  eat? 

Genesis 3:14
Literal: So said Yahweh God to the serpent because you have done this cursed you [are] more than all livestock and more than every beast of the field On your belly you shall go and dust you shall eat all the days of your life
KJV: And the LORD  God  said  unto the serpent,  Because thou  hast done  this, thou art cursed  above all cattle,  and above every beast  of the field;  upon thy belly  and dust  shalt thou eat  all the days  of thy life: 

Genesis 3:17
Literal: And to Adam He said because you have heeded the voice of your wife and have eaten from the tree of which I commanded you saying not you shall eat of it Cursed [is] the ground for your sake in toil you shall eat [of] it all the days of your life
KJV: And unto Adam  he said,  Because thou hast hearkened  unto the voice  of thy wife,  and hast eaten  of the tree,  of which  I commanded thee,  saying,  Thou shalt not eat  of it: cursed  is the ground  for thy sake; in sorrow  shalt thou eat  of it all  the days  of thy life; 

Genesis 3:19
Literal: by the sweat of your face you shall eat bread until you return to the ground for out of it you were taken for dust you [are] and to you shall return
KJV: In the sweat  of thy face  shalt thou eat  bread,  till  thou return  unto the ground;  for out of it wast thou taken:  for dust  thou  art, and unto dust  shalt thou return. 

Genesis 3:20
Literal: And called Adam the name of his wife Eve because she was the mother of all living
KJV: And Adam  called  his wife's  name  Eve;  because she was the mother  of all living. 

Genesis 4:12
Literal: When you till - the ground no it shall longer yield its strength to you a fugitive and a wanderer you shall be on the earth
KJV: When  thou tillest  the ground,  it shall not henceforth  yield  unto thee her strength;  a fugitive  and a vagabond  shalt thou be in the earth. 

Genesis 4:23
Literal: And said Lamech to his wives Adah and Zillah hear my voice wives of Lamech listen to my speech for a man I have killed for wounding me and Even a young man for wounding me
KJV: And Lamech  said  unto his wives,  Adah  and Zillah,  Hear  my voice;  ye wives  of Lamech,  hearken  unto my speech:  for I have slain  to my wounding,  and a young man  to my hurt. 

Genesis 4:24
Literal: If sevenfold shall be avenged Cain then Lamech seven and seventy
KJV: If  Cain  shall be avenged  sevenfold,  truly Lamech  seventy  and sevenfold. 

Genesis 4:25
Literal: And knew Adam again - his wife and she bore a son and named him Seth for has appointed for me God seed another instead of Abel whom killed Cain
KJV: knew  his wife  again;  and she bare  a son,  and called  his name  Seth:  For God,  said she, hath appointed  me another  seed  instead  of Abel,  whom  Cain  slew. 

Genesis 5:24
Literal: And walked Enoch with God and he [was] not for took him God -
KJV: And Enoch  walked  with God:  took  him.

Genesis 6:1
Literal: And it came to pass when began men to multiply on the face of the earth and daughters were born to them
KJV: And it came to pass, when men  began  to multiply  on  the face  of the earth,  and daughters  were born  unto them,

Genesis 6:2
Literal: that saw the sons of God - the daughters of men that [were] beautiful they and they took for themselves wives of all whomever they chose
KJV: That the sons  of God  saw  the daughters  of men  that they  were fair;  and they took  them wives  of all which they chose. 

Genesis 6:5
Literal: And saw Yahweh that [was] great the wickedness of man in the earth and [that] every intent of the thoughts of his heart [was] altogether evil all the time
KJV: And GOD  saw  that the wickedness  of man  was great  in the earth,  and that every imagination  of the thoughts  of his heart  was only  evil  continually. 

Genesis 6:6
Literal: And was sorry Yahweh that He had made - man on the earth and He was grieved in His heart
KJV: And it repented  the LORD  that he had made  man  on the earth,  and it grieved  him at  his heart. 

Genesis 6:7
Literal: So said Yahweh I will destroy - man whom I have created from the face of the earth from man and beast to creeping thing and birds of the air for I am sorry that I have made them
KJV: And the LORD  said,  I will destroy  man  whom I have created  from the face  of the earth;  both man,  and  beast,  and the creeping thing,  and the fowls  of the air;  for it repenteth  me that I have made 

Genesis 6:12
Literal: So looked God - upon the earth and indeed it was corrupt for had corrupted all flesh their way on the earth -
KJV: And God  looked  upon the earth,  and, behold, it was corrupt;  for all flesh  had corrupted  his way  upon the earth. 

Genesis 6:13
Literal: And said God to Noah the end of all flesh has come before Me for is filled the earth with violence through them now behold I will destroy them with the earth
KJV: And God  said  unto Noah,  The end  of all flesh  is come  before me;  for the earth  is filled with  violence  through them;  and, behold, I will destroy  them with  the earth. 

Genesis 7:1
Literal: And said Yahweh to Noah come you and all your household into the ark because [that] you I have seen [are] righteous before Me in generation this
KJV: And the LORD  said  unto Noah,  Come  thou and all thy house  into the ark;  for thee have I seen  righteous  before me  in this  generation. 

Genesis 7:4
Literal: For after days more seven I will cause it to rain on the earth forty days and forty nights and I will destroy - all living things that I have made from the face of the earth
KJV: For yet  seven  days,  and I will cause it to rain  upon the earth  forty  days  and forty  nights;  and every  living substance  that I have made  will I destroy  from off  the face  of the earth. 

Genesis 8:9
Literal: but no found the dove resting place for the sole of her foot and she returned to him into the ark for the waters [were] on the face of whole the earth So he put out his hand and took her and drew her to himself the ark
KJV: But the dove  found  no rest  for the sole  of her foot,  and she returned  unto him into the ark,  for the waters  were on the face  of the whole earth:  then he put forth  his hand,  and took her,  and pulled her in  unto him into the ark. 

Genesis 8:11
Literal: and came to him the dove in the evening and behold a leaf olive freshly plucked [was] in her mouth and knew Noah that had receded the waters from the earth
KJV: And the dove  came in  to him in the evening;  and, lo, in her mouth  was an olive  leaf  pluckt off:  so Noah  knew  that the waters  were abated  from off the earth. 

Genesis 8:21
Literal: And smelled Yahweh - aroma the soothing and said Yahweh in His heart never again will I curse any more the ground on account of man although the imagination in the heart of man [is] evil from his youth nor will I again destroy every living thing as I have done
KJV: And the LORD  smelled  a sweet  savour;  and the LORD  said  in  his heart,  I will not again  curse  the ground  any more for man's  sake;  for the imagination  of man's  heart  is evil  from his youth;  neither will I again  smite  any more every thing living,  as I have done. 

Genesis 9:6
Literal: Whoever sheds the blood of man by man his blood shall be shed for in the image of God He made - man
KJV: Whoso sheddeth  man's  blood,  by man  shall his blood  be shed:  for in the image  of God  made  he man. 

Genesis 10:25
Literal: And to Eber were born two sons the name of one [was] Peleg for in his days was divided the earth and the name of his brother [was] Joktan
KJV: And unto Eber  were born  two  sons:  the name  of one  was Peleg;  for in his days  was the earth  divided;  and his brother's  name  was Joktan. 

Genesis 11:9
Literal: Upon thus is called its name Babel for there confused Yahweh the language of all the earth and from there scattered them abroad Yahweh over the face the earth -
KJV: Therefore is the name of it  called  Babel;  because the LORD  did there confound  the language  of all the earth:  the LORD  scatter them abroad  upon the face  of all the earth. 

Genesis 12:10
Literal: Now there was a famine in the land and went down Abram to Egypt to dwell there for [was] severe the famine in the land
KJV: And there was a famine  in the land:  and Abram  went down  into Egypt  to sojourn  there; for the famine  was grievous  in the land. 

Genesis 12:11
Literal: And it came to pass when he was close to entering Egypt that he said to Sarai his wife behold now I know that a woman beautiful of countenance you [are]
KJV: And it came to pass, when  he was come near  to enter  into Egypt,  that he said  unto Sarai  his wife,  Behold  now,  I know  that thou art a fair  woman  to look upon: 

Genesis 12:12
Literal: Therefore it will come to pass when see you the Egyptians that they will say his wife this [is] and they will kill me but you they will let live
KJV: Therefore it shall come to pass, when the Egyptians  shall see  thee, that they shall say,  This is his wife:  and they will kill  me, but they will save thee alive. 

Genesis 12:14
Literal: So it was when came Abram into Egypt that saw the Egyptians - the woman that beautiful she [was] very
KJV: And it came to pass, that, when Abram  was come  into Egypt,  the Egyptians  beheld  the woman  that she was very  fair. 

Genesis 12:18
Literal: And called Pharaoh Abram and said what [is] this you have done to me why not did you tell me that your wife she [was]
KJV: And Pharaoh  called  Abram,  and said,  What is this that thou hast done  unto me? why didst thou not tell  me that she was thy wife? 

Genesis 13:6
Literal: And not was able to support them the land that they might dwell together for were their possessions so great that not they could dwell together
KJV: And the land  was not able to bear  them, that they might dwell  together:  for their substance  was great,  so that they could  not dwell  together. 

Genesis 13:8
Literal: So said Abram to Lot no please let there be strife between me and you and between my herdsmen and your herdsmen for men brothers we [are]
KJV: And Abram  said  unto Lot,  Let there be  no  strife,  be brethren. 

Genesis 13:10
Literal: And lifted up Lot - his eyes and saw all the plain of the Jordan that everywhere it [was] well watered before destroyed Yahweh Sodom and Gomorrah like the garden of Yahweh like the land of Egypt as you go toward Zoar
KJV: And Lot  lifted up  his eyes,  and beheld  all the plain  of Jordan,  that it was well watered  every where, before  the LORD  destroyed  Sodom  and Gomorrah,  even as the garden  of the LORD,  like the land  of Egypt,  as thou comest  unto Zoar. 

Genesis 13:15
Literal: For - all the land which you see to you I give and your descendants even to ever
KJV: For all the land  which thou seest,  to thee will I give it,  and to thy seed  for  ever. 

Genesis 13:17
Literal: Arise walk in the land through its length and its width for to you I give it
KJV: Arise,  walk  through the land  in the length  of it and in the breadth  of it; for I will give  it unto thee.

Genesis 14:14
Literal: And when heard Abram that was taken captive his brother then he armed - his trained [servants] who were born in his own house eight [and] ten and three hundred and went in pursuit as far as Dan
KJV: And when Abram  heard  that his brother  was taken captive,  he armed  his trained  servants, born  in his own house,  three  hundred  and eighteen,  and pursued  them unto Dan. 

Genesis 15:4
Literal: And behold the word of Yahweh [came] to him saying not shall be your heir this [one] but rather one who will come from your own body he shall be your heir
KJV: And, behold, the word  of the LORD  came unto him, saying,  This shall not be thine heir;  but he that shall come forth  out of thine own bowels  shall be thine heir. 

Genesis 15:8
Literal: And he said Lord GOD by what shall I know that I will possess it
KJV: And he said,  Lord  whereby  shall I know  that I shall inherit it? 

Genesis 15:13
Literal: And He said to Abram surely Know that strangers will be your descendants in a land [that is] not theirs and serve will them and they will afflict them four hundred years
KJV: And he said  unto Abram,  Know  that thy seed  shall be a stranger  in a land  that is not theirs, and shall serve  them; and they shall afflict  them four  hundred  years; 

Genesis 15:16
Literal: But in the generation fourth they shall return here for not [is] complete the iniquity of the Amorites yet here
KJV: But in the fourth  generation  they shall come hither  again:  for the iniquity  of the Amorites  is not yet  full. 

Genesis 16:4
Literal: So he went in to Hagar and she conceived and when she saw that she had conceived then became despised her mistress in her eyes
KJV: And he went in  unto Hagar,  and she conceived:  and when she saw  that she had conceived,  her mistress  was despised  in her eyes. 

Genesis 16:5
Literal: And said Sarai to Abram My wrong [be] upon you I gave my maidservant into your embrace and when she saw that she had conceived then I became despised in her eyes Judge Yahweh between me and you
KJV: And Sarai  said  unto Abram,  My wrong  be upon thee: I have given  my maid  into thy bosom;  and when she saw  that she had conceived,  I was despised  in her eyes:  the LORD  judge 

Genesis 16:11
Literal: And said to her the Angel of Yahweh behold you have conceived and you shall bear a son and you shall call his name Ishmael for has listened Yahweh to your affliction
KJV: And the angel  of the LORD  said  unto her, Behold,  thou art with child,  and shalt bear  a son,  and shalt call  his name  Ishmael;  because the LORD  hath heard  thy affliction. 

Genesis 16:13
Literal: And she called the name of Yahweh who spoke to her You [are] the God who sees me for she said also here have I seen the back of Him who sees me
KJV: And she called  the name  of the LORD  that spake  unto her, Thou God  seest me:  for she said,  Have I also here  looked  after him  that seeth me? 

Genesis 17:5
Literal: And No shall be called longer - your name Abram but shall be Abraham for a father of many nations I have made you
KJV: Neither shall thy name  any more be called  Abram,  but thy name  shall be Abraham;  for a father  of many  nations  have I made thee. 

Genesis 17:15
Literal: And said God to Abraham as for Sarai your wife not you shall call - her name Sarai but Sarah [shall be] her name
KJV: And God  said  unto Abraham,  As for Sarai  thy wife,  thou shalt not call  her name  Sarai,  but  Sarah  shall her name 

Genesis 18:5
Literal: And I will bring a morsel of bread that you may refresh your hearts afterward you may pass by inasmuch upon thus you have come to your servant And they said Yes you may do as you have said
KJV: And I will fetch  a morsel  of bread,  and comfort ye  your hearts;  after that  ye shall pass on:  to  your servant.  And they said,  So do,  as thou hast said. 

Genesis 18:15
Literal: But denied [it] Sarah saying not I did laugh for she was afraid And He said No but you did laugh
KJV: Then Sarah  denied,  saying,  I laughed  not; for she was afraid.  And he said,  Nay;  but thou didst laugh. 

Genesis 18:19
Literal: for I have known him in order that he may command - his children and his household after him that they keep the way of Yahweh by doing what is right and just that may bring Yahweh to Abraham - what He has spoken to him
KJV: For I know  him, that  he will command  his children  and his household  after him,  and they shall keep  the way  of the LORD,  to do  justice  and judgment;  that the LORD  may bring  upon Abraham  that which he hath spoken 

Genesis 18:20
Literal: And said Yahweh the outcry against Sodom and Gomorrah because is great and their sin because is grave very
KJV: And the LORD  said,  Because the cry  of Sodom  and Gomorrah  is great,  and because their sin  is very  grievous; 

Genesis 19:2
Literal: And he said Here now my lords turn in please to house of your servant and spend the night and wash your feet Then you may rise early and go on your way And they said No for in the open square we will spend the night
KJV: And he said,  Behold now, my lords,  turn in,  I pray you, into your servant's  house,  and tarry all night,  and wash  your feet,  and ye shall rise up early,  and go  on your ways.  And they said,  in the street  all night. 

Genesis 19:8
Literal: Behold now I have two daughters who not have known a man let me bring out please them to you and you may do to them according to what [is] good in your eyes only to men these not do anything for upon thus they have come under the shadow of my roof
KJV: Behold now, I have two  daughters  which have not known  man;  let me, I pray you, bring them out  unto you, and do  ye to them as is good  in your eyes:  only unto these  do  nothing;  for therefore came  they under the shadow  of my roof. 

Genesis 19:13
Literal: For will destroy we - place this because has grown great the outcry against them before the face of Yahweh and has sent us Yahweh to destroy it
KJV: For we  will destroy  this place,  because the cry of them  is waxen great  before  the face  of the LORD;  hath sent  us to destroy 

Genesis 19:14
Literal: So went out Lot and spoke to his sons-in-law who had married his daughters and said Get up get out of place this for will destroy Yahweh - the city but he seemed to be joking to his sons-in-law
KJV: And Lot  went out,  and spake  unto his sons in law,  which married  his daughters,  and said,  Up,  get you out  of this place;  for the LORD  will destroy  this city.  But he seemed as one that mocked  unto  his sons in law. 

Genesis 19:22
Literal: Hurry escape there for cannot I do anything until you arrive there Upon thus was called the name of the city Zoar
KJV: Haste  thee, escape  thither; for I cannot  do  any thing  till thou be come  thither. Therefore the name  of the city  was called  Zoar. 

Genesis 19:30
Literal: And went up Lot out of Zoar and dwelt in the mountains and his two daughters with him for he was afraid to dwell in Zoar And he dwelt in a cave he and two his daughters
KJV: And Lot  went up  out of Zoar,  and dwelt  in the mountain,  and his two  daughters  with him; for he feared  to dwell  in Zoar:  and he dwelt  in a cave,  he and his two  daughters. 

Genesis 20:6
Literal: And said to him God in a dream Yes I know that in the integrity of your heart you did this for withheld also you from sinning against Me upon thus not I did let you touch her
KJV: And God  said  unto him in a dream,  Yea,  I know  that thou didst  this in the integrity  of thy heart;  for I also withheld  thee from sinning  against me: therefore suffered  I thee not to touch  her.

Genesis 20:7
Literal: Now restore wife the man's for a prophet he [is] and he will pray for you and you shall live But if not you do restore [her] know that surely you shall die you and all who [are] yours
KJV: Now therefore restore  the man  his wife;  for he is a prophet,  and he shall pray  for thee,  and thou shalt live:  and if thou restore  her not, know  thou that thou shalt surely  thou, and all that are thine.

Genesis 20:9
Literal: And called Abimelech Abraham and said to him what have you done to us and how have I offended you that you have brought on me and on my kingdom a sin great deeds that not ought to be done You have done to me
KJV: Then Abimelech  called  Abraham,  and said  unto him, What hast thou done  unto us? and what have I offended  thee, that thou hast brought  on me and on my kingdom  a great  sin?  thou hast done  deeds  unto me that ought not to be done. 

Genesis 20:10
Literal: And said Abimelech to Abraham what did you see that you have done - the thing this
KJV: And Abimelech  said  unto Abraham,  What  sawest thou,  that thou hast done  this thing? 

Genesis 20:11
Literal: and said Abraham because I thought surely [is] not the fear of God in place this and they will kill me on account of my wife
KJV: And Abraham  said,  Surely  the fear  of God  is not in this place;  and they will slay me  for my wife's  sake. 

Genesis 20:18
Literal: For had completely had closed up Yahweh - all the wombs of the house of Abimelech because of Sarah wife of Abraham -
KJV: For the LORD  had fast  all the wombs  of the house  of Abimelech,  because  of Sarah  Abraham's  wife. 

Genesis 21:7
Literal: And she said who would have said to Abraham that would nurse children Sarah for I have borne [him] a son in his old age
KJV: And she said,  Who would have said  unto Abraham,  that Sarah  should have given children  suck?  for I have born  him a son  in his old age. 

Genesis 21:10
Literal: Therefore she said to Abraham Cast out the slave woman this and her son for not shall be heir son of the slave woman this with my son Isaac
KJV: Wherefore she said  unto Abraham,  Cast out  this bondwoman  and her son:  of this bondwoman  shall not be heir  with my son,  even with Isaac. 

Genesis 21:12
Literal: But said God to Abraham not let it be displeasing in your sight because of the boy or because of your maidservant all whatever has said to you Sarah listen to her voice for in Isaac will be reckoned your seed
KJV: And God  said  unto Abraham,  in thy sight  because of the lad,  and because of thy bondwoman;  in all that Sarah  hath said  unto thee, hearken  unto her voice;  for in Isaac  shall thy seed  be called. 

Genesis 21:13
Literal: And yet - of the son of the bondwoman a nation I will make because your seed he [is]
KJV: And also of the son  of the bondwoman  will I make  a nation,  because he is thy seed. 

Genesis 21:16
Literal: And she went and sat down to opposite [him] a distance the shot of a bow for she said [to herself] not let me see the death of the boy So she sat and lifted - her voice and wept
KJV: and sat her down  over against  him a good way off,  as it were a bowshot:  for she said,  Let me not see  the death  of the child.  And she sat  over against him, and lift up  her voice,  and wept. 

Genesis 21:17
Literal: And heard God - the voice of the boy and called the angel of God to Hagar out of heaven and said to her what ails you Hagar not fear for has listened God unto of the boy where he [is] there
KJV: And God  heard  the voice  of the lad;  and the angel  of God  called  to Hagar  out of heaven,  and said  unto her, What aileth thee, Hagar?  fear  not; for God  hath heard  the voice  of the lad  where he is.

Genesis 21:18
Literal: Arise lift up - the boy and hold with your hand him for a nation great I will make him
KJV: Arise,  lift up  the lad,  and hold  him in thine hand;  for I will make  him a great  nation. 

Genesis 21:30
Literal: and he said for - [these] seven ewe lambs you will take from my hand that they may be unto me witness that I have dug the well this
KJV: And he said,  For these seven  ewe lambs  shalt thou take  of my hand,  that  they may be a witness  unto me, that I have digged  this well. 

Genesis 21:31
Literal: Upon thus he called place that at Beersheba because there swore an oath the two of them
KJV: Wherefore he called  that place  Beersheba;  because there they sware  both of them. 

Genesis 22:12
Literal: And He said not do lay your hand on the boy or do to him anything For now I know that fear God you since not you have withheld - your son only from Me
KJV: And he said,  Lay  not thine hand  upon  the lad,  neither do thou  any thing  unto him: for now  I know  that thou fearest  God,  seeing thou hast not  withheld  thy son,  thine only  son from me.

Genesis 22:16
Literal: and said by Myself I have sworn says Yahweh for on account of which you have done - thing this and not have withheld your son only
KJV: And said,  By myself have I sworn,  saith  the LORD,  for because  thou hast done  this thing,  and hast not  withheld  thy son,  thine only  son:

Genesis 22:17
Literal: that blessing I will bless you and multiplying I will multiply - your descendants as the stars of the heaven and as the sand which [is] on the shore [of] the sea and shall possess your descendants - the gate of their enemies
KJV: That in blessing  thee, and in multiplying  thy seed  as the stars  of the heaven,  and as the sand  which is upon the sea  shore;  and thy seed  shall possess  the gate  of his enemies; 

Genesis 24:4
Literal: But to my country and to my family you shall go and take a wife for my son Isaac
KJV: unto my country,  and to my kindred,  and take  a wife  unto my son  Isaac. 

Genesis 24:14
Literal: And let it come to pass that the girl whom I say to let down please your pitcher that I may drink and she says Drink and also your camels I will water [let] her [be the one] You have appointed for Your servant Isaac and by this I will know that You have shown kindness to my master
KJV: And let it come to pass, that the damsel  to whom I shall say,  Let down  thy pitcher,  I pray thee, that I may drink;  and she shall say,  Drink,  thy camels  drink  also: let the same be she that thou hast appointed  for thy servant  Isaac;  and thereby shall I know  that thou hast shewed  kindness  unto my master. 

Genesis 24:41
Literal: Then you will be clear from this oath when you arrive among my family for if not they will give [her] to you then you will be released from my oath
KJV: Then shalt thou be clear  from this my oath,  when thou comest  to my kindred;  and if they give  not thee one, thou shalt be clear  from my oath. 

Genesis 25:21
Literal: And pleaded with Isaac Yahweh for his wife because [was] barren she and granted the plea to him Yahweh and conceived Rebekah his wife
KJV: And Isaac  intreated  the LORD  for  his wife,  because she was barren:  and the LORD  was intreated  of him, and Rebekah  his wife  conceived. 

Genesis 25:28
Literal: And loved Isaac - Esau because [of the] game he ate but Rebekah loved - Jacob
KJV: And Isaac  loved  Esau,  because he did eat  of his venison:  but Rebekah  loved  Jacob. 

Genesis 25:30
Literal: And said Esau to Jacob feed me please with red [stew] this for weary I [am] upon thus was called his name Edom
KJV: And Esau  said  to Jacob,  Feed  me, I pray thee, with  that same  pottage; for I am faint:  therefore was his name  called  Edom. 

Genesis 26:3
Literal: Dwell in land this and I will be with you and bless you For to you and your descendants I give - all lands these and I will confirm the oath that I swore to Abraham your father
KJV: Sojourn  in this land,  and I will be with thee, and will bless  thee; for unto thee, and unto thy seed,  I will give  all these  countries,  and I will perform  the oath  which I sware  unto Abraham  thy father; 

Genesis 26:7
Literal: And asked the men of that place about his wife and he said my sister she [is] For he was afraid to say [She is] my wife Lest kill me of the place on account of Rebekah because beautiful to behold she [is]
KJV: of the place  asked  him of his wife;  and he said,  She is my sister:  for he feared  to say,  She is my wife;  of the place  should kill  me for Rebekah;  because she was fair  to look upon. 

Genesis 26:8
Literal: And it came to pass when had been he there a long time that looked Abimelech king of the Philistines through a window and saw and there was Isaac sporting - with Rebekah his wife
KJV: And it came to pass, when he had been there a long  time,  that Abimelech  king  of the Philistines  looked out  at  a window,  and saw,  and, behold, Isaac  was sporting  with Rebekah  his wife. 

Genesis 26:9
Literal: And called Abimelech unto Isaac and said surely behold your wife she [is] so how could you say my sister she [is] and said to him Isaac because I said lest I die on account of her
KJV: And Abimelech  called  Isaac,  and said,  Behold, of a surety  she is thy wife:  and how saidst  thou, She is my sister?  And Isaac  said  Lest I die 

Genesis 26:13
Literal: And began to prosper the man and continued to prosper until that he became prosperous very
KJV: And the man  waxed great,  forward,  very  great: 

Genesis 26:16
Literal: And said Abimelech to Isaac go away from us for you are mightier than we much
KJV: And Abimelech  said  unto Isaac,  from us; for thou art much  mightier 

Genesis 26:20
Literal: But quarreled the herdsmen of Gerar with herdsmen Isaac's saying ours the water [is] so he called the name of the well Esek because they quarreled with him
KJV: of Gerar  did strive  with Isaac's  saying,  The water  is ours: and he called  the name  of the well  Esek;  because they strove  with him.

Genesis 26:22
Literal: And he moved from there and dug well another and not they did quarrel over it so he called its name Rehoboth and said for now has made room Yahweh for us and we shall be fruitful in the land
KJV: And he removed  from thence, and digged  another  well;  and for that they strove  not: and he called  the name of it  Rehoboth;  and he said,  For now  the LORD  hath made room  for us, and we shall be fruitful  in the land. 

Genesis 26:24
Literal: And appeared to him Yahweh night that and said I [am] the God of Abraham your father not do fear for with you I [am] and I will bless you and multiply - your descendants for the sake my servant
KJV: And the LORD  appeared  unto him the same night,  and said,  I am the God  of Abraham  thy father:  fear  not, for I am with  thee, and will bless  thee, and multiply  thy seed  for my servant  Abraham's 

Genesis 26:28
Literal: But they said surely we have seen that is Yahweh with you So we said there should be now an oath between [two parties] between us and between you and let us make a covenant with you
KJV: And they said,  We saw  that the LORD  was with thee: and we said,  Let there be now an oath  betwixt  us and thee, and let us make  a covenant 

Genesis 27:1
Literal: And it came to pass when was old Isaac and were dim his eyes so that he could not see that he called - Esau his son older and said to him My son And he answered him Here I am
KJV: And it came to pass,  that when Isaac  was old,  and his eyes  were dim,  so that he could not see,  he called  Esau  his eldest  son,  and said  unto him, My son:  and he said 

Genesis 27:20
Literal: But said Isaac to his son How [is] it you have so quickly found [it] my son and he said because brought [it] Yahweh your God to me
KJV: And Isaac  said  unto his son,  How is it that thou hast found  it so quickly,  my son?  And he said,  Because the LORD  thy God  brought  it to me. 

Genesis 27:23
Literal: And not he did recognize him because were his hands like hands Esau's his brother hairy so he blessed him
KJV: And he discerned  him not, because his hands  were hairy,  as his brother  Esau's  hands:  so he blessed 

Genesis 27:36
Literal: And [Esau] said is not he rightly called the name Jacob for he has supplanted me these two times - my birthright He took away and behold now he has taken away my blessing And he said not have you reserved for me a blessing
KJV: And he said,  Is not he rightly  named  Jacob?  for he hath supplanted me  these  two times:  he took away  my birthright;  and, behold, now he hath taken away  my blessing.  And he said,  Hast thou not reserved  a blessing  for me?

Genesis 28:6
Literal: And saw Esau that had blessed Isaac - Jacob and sent away him - to Padan Aram to take himself from there a wife that as he blessed him and he gave a charge him saying not You shall take a wife from the daughters of Canaan
KJV: When Esau  saw  that Isaac  had blessed  Jacob,  and sent him away  to Padanaram,  to take  him a wife  from thence; and that as he blessed  him he gave him a charge,  saying,  Thou shalt not take  a wife  of the daughters  of Canaan; 

Genesis 28:8
Literal: And saw Esau that [were] displeasing the daughters of Canaan in the eye of Isaac his father
KJV: And Esau  seeing  that the daughters  of Canaan  pleased  not  Isaac  his father; 

Genesis 28:11
Literal: So he came to a certain place and stayed all night there because had set the sun and he took one of the stones of the place and put it at his head and he lay down to sleep in place that
KJV: And he lighted  upon a certain place,  and tarried there all night,  because the sun  was set;  and he took  of the stones  of that place,  and put  them for his pillows,  in that place  to sleep. 

Genesis 28:15
Literal: And behold I [am] with you and will keep you in all wherever you go and I will bring you back to land this for not I will leave you until that - I have done - what I have spoken to you
KJV: And, behold, I am with thee, and will keep  thee in all places whither  and will bring thee again  into this land;  for I will not leave  thee, until  I have done  that which I have spoken  to thee of.

Genesis 28:17
Literal: And he was afraid and said what an awesome place this [is] none this [is] that other than the house of God and this [is] the gate of heaven
KJV: And he was afraid,  and said,  How dreadful  is this place!  this is none other but the house  of God,  and this is the gate  of heaven. 

Genesis 29:2
Literal: And he looked and saw a well in the field and behold there [were] three flocks of sheep lying by it for out of well that they watered the flocks And a stone [was] large on the mouth of the well
KJV: And he looked,  and behold a well  in the field,  and, lo, there were three  flocks  of sheep  lying  by it; for out of that well  they watered  the flocks:  and a great  stone  was upon the well's  mouth. 

Genesis 29:9
Literal: Now while he was still speaking with them then Rachel came with the sheep that were of her father for pastured them she
KJV: And while he yet  spake  with them, Rachel  came  with her father's  sheep:  for she kept them. 

Genesis 29:12
Literal: And told Jacob Rachel that relative of her father he [was] that son of Rebekah he [was] so she ran and told her father
KJV: And Jacob  told  Rachel  that he was her father's  brother,  and that he was Rebekah's  son:  and she ran  and told  her father. 

Genesis 29:15
Literal: And said Laban to Jacob because my relative you [are] therefore should you serve me for nothing Tell me what [shall be] your wages
KJV: And Laban  said  unto Jacob,  Because thou art my brother,  shouldest thou therefore serve  me for nought?  tell  me, what shall thy wages  be?

Genesis 29:21
Literal: And said Jacob to Laban Give [me] - my wife for are fulfilled my days that I may go in to her
KJV: And Jacob  said  unto Laban,  Give  me my wife,  for my days  are fulfilled,  that I may go in 

Genesis 29:31
Literal: And when saw Yahweh that [was] unloved Leah then He opened - her womb but Rachel [was] barren
KJV: And when the LORD  saw  that Leah  was hated,  he opened  her womb:  but Rachel  was barren. 

Genesis 29:32
Literal: So conceived Leah and bore a son and she called his name Reuben for she said surely has looked Yahweh on my affliction therefore now will love me my husband
KJV: And Leah  conceived,  and bare  a son,  and she called  his name  Reuben:  for  she said,  Surely  the LORD  hath looked  upon my affliction;  now therefore  my husband  will love 

Genesis 29:33
Literal: And she conceived again and bore a son and said because has heard Yahweh that unloved I [am] therefore He has given me also - this [son] And she called his name Simeon
KJV: And she conceived  again, and bare  a son;  and said,  Because the LORD  hath heard  that I was hated,  he hath therefore given  me this son also: and she called  his name  Simeon. 

Genesis 29:34
Literal: And she conceived again and bore a son and said now at last will become attached my husband to me because I have borne him three sons Upon thus was called his name Levi
KJV: And she conceived again,  and bare  a son;  and said,  Now this time  will my husband  be joined  unto me, because I have born  him three  sons:  therefore was his name  called  Levi. 

Genesis 30:1
Literal: And when saw Rachel that no she bore children Jacob then envied Rachel her sister and said to Jacob Give me children and if not will die I
KJV: And when Rachel  saw  that she bare  Jacob  no children, Rachel  envied  her sister;  and said  unto Jacob,  Give  me children,  or else  I die. 

Genesis 30:9
Literal: And when saw Leah that she had stopped bearing and she took - Zilpah her maidservant and gave her to Jacob as wife
KJV: When Leah  saw  that she had left  bearing,  she took  Zilpah  her maid,  and gave  her Jacob  to wife. 

Genesis 30:13
Literal: And said Leah I am happy for will call me blessed the daughters So she called - his name Asher
KJV: And Leah  said,  Happy am I,  for the daughters  will call me blessed:  and she called  his name  Asher. 

Genesis 30:16
Literal: And when came Jacob out of the field in the evening then went out Leah to meet him and said to me you must come in for surely I have hired you with mandrakes of my son And he lay with her night that
KJV: And Jacob  came  out of the field  in the evening,  and Leah  went out  to meet  him, and said,  Thou must come in  unto me; for surely  thee with my son's  mandrakes.  And he lay  with her that night. 

Genesis 30:20
Literal: And said Leah has endowed God me [with] endowment good now will dwell with me my husband because I have borne him six sons So she called - his name Zebulun
KJV: And Leah  said,  God  hath endued  me with a good  dowry;  now  will my husband  dwell  with me, because I have born  him six  sons:  and she called  his name  Zebulun. 

Genesis 30:26
Literal: Give [me] my wives and my children whom I have served you for them and let me go For you know - my service which I have done for you
KJV: Give  me my wives  and my children,  for  whom I have served  for thou knowest  my service  which I have done 

Genesis 30:30
Literal: For [was] little what had you before I [came] and it has increased to a great amount and has blessed Yahweh you since my coming Now when shall provide also I for my own house
KJV: For it was little  which thou hadst before I  came, and it is now increased  unto a multitude;  and the LORD  hath blessed  thee since my coming:  and now when  shall I provide  for mine own house  also?

Genesis 30:33
Literal: So will answer for me my righteousness in time to come when the subject comes of my wages before you every one that [is] not speckled and spotted among the goats and dark-colored among the lambs will be considered stolen [if] it [is] with me
KJV: So shall my righteousness  answer  for me in time  to come,  when it shall come  for my hire  before thy face:  every one  that is not speckled  and spotted  among the goats,  and brown  among the sheep,  that shall be counted stolen  with me.

Genesis 31:5
Literal: and said to them can see I - countenance of your father that it [is] not toward me as before But the God of my father has been with me
KJV: And said  unto them, I see  your father's  countenance,  that it is not toward me as  before;  but the God  of my father  hath been  with me.

Genesis 31:6
Literal: And you know that with all my might I have served - your father
KJV: And ye  know  that with all my power  I have served  your father. 

Genesis 31:12
Literal: And He said Lift now your eyes and see all the rams which leap on the flocks [are] streaked speckled and spotted for I have seen - that Laban is doing to you
KJV: And he said,  Lift up  now thine eyes,  and see,  all the rams  which leap  upon the cattle  are ringstraked,  speckled,  and grisled:  for I have seen  all that Laban  doeth  unto thee.

Genesis 31:15
Literal: Are not strangers we considered by him for he has sold us and consumed also completely - our money
KJV: Are we not counted  of him strangers?  for he hath sold  us, and hath quite  also our money. 

Genesis 31:16
Literal: For all the riches which has taken God from our father ours are and our children's And then whatever - has said God to you do it
KJV: For all the riches  which God  hath taken  from our father,  that is ours, and our children's:  now then, whatsoever God  hath said  unto thee, do. 

Genesis 31:20
Literal: And stole away unknown Jacob - unawares to Laban the Syrian in that not he did tell him that intended to flee he
KJV: And Jacob  stole away  unawares  to Laban  the Syrian,  in that  he told  him not  that he fled. 

Genesis 31:22
Literal: And was told Laban on the day third that had fled Jacob
KJV: And it was told  Laban  on the third  day  that Jacob  was fled. 

Genesis 31:30
Literal: Now surely you have gone because greatly you long for house of your father [but] why did you steal - my gods
KJV: And now, though thou wouldest needs  because thou sore  after thy father's  house,  yet wherefore hast thou stolen  my gods? 

Genesis 31:31
Literal: and answered Jacob and said to Laban because I was afraid for I said Perhaps you would take by force - your daughters from me
KJV: And Jacob  answered  and said  to Laban,  Because I was afraid:  for I said,  Peradventure  thou wouldest take by force  thy daughters 

Genesis 31:32
Literal: with whomever you find - your gods not do let him live in the presence of our brothers identify of yours what [is] with me and take [it] with you For not did know Jacob that Rachel had stolen them
KJV: With whomsoever  thou findest  thy gods,  let him not live:  before  our brethren  discern  thou what is thine with me, and take  it to thee. For Jacob  knew  not that Rachel  had stolen  them.

Genesis 31:35
Literal: And she said to her father not - let it displease my lord that cannot I rise before you for the manner of women [is] with me And he searched but not did find - the household idols
KJV: And she said  to her father,  Let it not displease  my lord  that I cannot  rise up  before thee;  for the custom  of women  is upon me. And he searched,  but found  not the images. 

Genesis 31:36
Literal: And was angry Jacob and rebuked Laban And answered Jacob and said to Laban what [is] my trespass what [is] my sin that you have so hotly pursued me
KJV: And Jacob  was wroth,  and chode  with Laban:  and Jacob  answered  and said  to Laban,  What is my trespass?  what is my sin,  that thou hast so hotly pursued  after me? 

Genesis 31:37
Literal: Although you have searched - all my things what have you found of all the things of your household Set [it] here before my brothers and your brothers that they may judge between the two of us
KJV: Whereas  thou hast searched  all my stuff,  what hast thou found  of all thy household  stuff?  set  it here  before my brethren  that they may judge  betwixt  us both. 

Genesis 31:42
Literal: Unless the God of my father of Abraham and the fear of Isaac had been with me surely now empty-handed you would have sent me away - my affliction and the labor of my hands has seen God and He rendered judgment last night
KJV: Except  the God  of my father,  the God  of Abraham,  and the fear  of Isaac,  had been with me, surely thou hadst sent me away  now empty.  God  hath seen  mine affliction  and the labour  of my hands,  and rebuked  thee yesternight. 

Genesis 31:49
Literal: and also Mizpah because he said May watch Yahweh between me and you when we are absent one from another
KJV: And Mizpah;  for  he said,  The LORD  watch  between me and thee, when we are absent  from another. 

Genesis 32:10
Literal: I am not worthy of all the kindness and of all the faithfulness which You have shown - Your servant for with my staff I crossed over Jordan this now I have become two camps
KJV: I am not worthy of the least  of all the mercies,  and of all the truth,  which thou hast shewed  unto thy servant;  for with my staff  I passed over  this Jordan;  and now I am become two  bands. 

Genesis 32:11
Literal: Deliver me I pray from the hand of my brother of Esau for fear I him lest he come and attack me [and] the mother with the sons
KJV: Deliver me,  I pray thee, from the hand  of my brother,  from the hand  of Esau:  for I fear  him, lest he will come  and smite me,  and the mother  with  the children. 

Genesis 32:17
Literal: And he commanded - the first one saying when meets you Esau my brother and asks you saying to whom [do] you [belong] and where are you going and to Whom [are] these in front of you
KJV: And he commanded  the foremost,  saying,  When Esau  my brother  meeteth thee,  and asketh thee,  saying,  thou? and whose are these before 

Genesis 32:20
Literal: And say also behold your servant Jacob [is] behind us For he said I will appease him with the present that goes before me and afterward I will see his face perhaps he will accept me
KJV: And say ye  moreover,  Behold, thy servant  Jacob  is behind us.  For he said,  I will appease  him  with the present  that goeth  before me,  and afterward  I will see  his face;  peradventure he will accept  of me. 

Genesis 32:25
Literal: And when He saw that not He did prevail against him then He touched the socket of his hip and was out of joint the socket of the hip of Jacob as He wrestled with him
KJV: And when he saw  that he prevailed  not against him, he touched  the hollow of his thigh;  and the hollow  of Jacob's  thigh  was out of joint,  as he wrestled  with him.

Genesis 32:26
Literal: And He said let Me go for breaks the day But he said not I will let You go except if You bless me
KJV: And he said,  Let me go,  for the day  breaketh.  And he said,  I will not let thee go,  except  thou bless 

Genesis 32:28
Literal: And He said not Jacob shall be called anymore Your name - but Israel for you have struggled with God and with men and have prevailed
KJV: And he said,  Thy name  shall be called  no more Jacob,  but Israel:  for as a prince hast thou power  with God  and hast prevailed. 

Genesis 32:30
Literal: And called Jacob the name of the place Peniel for I have seen God face to face and is preserved my life
KJV: And Jacob  called  the name  of the place  Peniel:  for I have seen  God  face  and my life  is preserved. 

Genesis 32:32
Literal: Upon thus not do eat the sons of Israel - the sinew the tendon which [is] on the hip socket of the thigh to day this because He touched the socket of hip of Jacob in the sinew the tendon
KJV: Therefore the children  of Israel  eat  not of the sinew  which shrank,  which is upon the hollow  of the thigh,  unto this day:  because he touched  the hollow  of Jacob's  thigh  in the sinew  that shrank. 

Genesis 33:10
Literal: And said Jacob No please if now I have found favor in your sight then receive my present from my hand inasmuch as thus I have seen your face as though I had seen the face of God and you were pleased with me
KJV: And Jacob  said,  Nay, I pray thee, if now I have found  grace  in thy sight,  then receive  my present  at my hand:  for therefore I have seen  thy face,  as though I had seen  the face  of God,  and thou wast pleased with me. 

Genesis 33:11
Literal: Take please - my blessing that is brought to you because has dealt graciously with me God and because have I everything So he urged him and he took [it]
KJV: Take,  I pray thee, my blessing  that is brought  to thee; because God  hath dealt graciously with me,  I have  enough.  And he urged  him, and he took  it.

Genesis 33:13
Literal: But Jacob said to him My lord knows that the sons [are] weak and the flocks and herds which are nursing [are] with me and if they are driven hard day one then will die all the flock
KJV: And he said  unto him, My lord  knoweth  that the children  are tender,  and the flocks  and herds  with young  are with me: and if men should overdrive  them one  day,  all the flock  will die. 

Genesis 34:5
Literal: And Jacob heard that he had defiled - Dinah his daughter and his sons were with his livestock in the field so held his peace Jacob until they came
KJV: And Jacob  heard  that he had defiled  Dinah  his daughter:  now his sons  were with his cattle  in the field:  and Jacob  held his peace  until they were come. 

Genesis 34:7
Literal: And the sons of Jacob came in from the field when they heard [it] And were grieved the men and angry - very because an outrage he had committed in Israel by lying with with the daughter of Jacob and this thing not ought to be done
KJV: And the sons  of Jacob  came  out of the field  when they heard  were grieved,  and they were very  wroth,  because he had wrought  folly  in Israel  in lying  with Jacob's  daughter;  which thing ought not to be done. 

Genesis 34:14
Literal: And they said to them cannot we do thing this to give - our sister to one who - is uncircumcised for a reproach that [would be] to us
KJV: And they said  unto them, We cannot  do  this thing,  to give  our sister  that is uncircumcised;  for that were a reproach  unto us:

Genesis 34:19
Literal: So not did delay the young man to do the thing because he delighted in daughter of Jacob And He [was] more honorable than all the household of his father
KJV: And the young man  deferred  not to do  the thing,  because he had delight  in Jacob's  daughter:  and he was more honourable  than all the house  of his father. 

Genesis 35:7
Literal: And he built there an altar and called the place El - Bethel because there appeared to him God when he fled from the face of his brother
KJV: And he built  there an altar,  and called  the place  because there God  appeared  unto him, when he fled  from the face  of his brother. 

Genesis 35:10
Literal: And said to him God Your name [is] Jacob not shall be called your name any more Jacob for since Israel shall be your name so He called - his name Israel
KJV: And God  said  unto him, Thy name  is Jacob:  thy name  shall not be called  any more Jacob,  but Israel  shall be thy name:  and he called  his name  Israel. 

Genesis 35:17
Literal: And it came to pass when she was hard in labor that said to her the midwife not do fear for also this [shall be] unto you a son
KJV: And it came to pass, when she was in hard  labour,  said  unto her, Fear  not; thou shalt have this son  also.

Genesis 35:18
Literal: And so it was as was departing her soul for she died that she called his name - Ben-oni but his father called him Benjamin
KJV: And it came to pass, as her soul  was in departing,  (for she died  ) that she called  his name  Benoni:  but his father  called  him Benjamin. 

Genesis 36:7
Literal: For were their possessions too great for them to dwell together and not could the land where they sojourned support them because of their livestock
KJV: For their riches  were more  than that they might dwell  together;  and the land  wherein they were strangers  could  not bear  them because  of their cattle. 

Genesis 37:3
Literal: And Israel loved - Joseph more than all his children because the son of old age he [was] unto him and he made him a robe of [many] colors
KJV: Now Israel  loved  Joseph  more than all his children,  of his old age:  and he made  him a coat  of many colours. 

Genesis 37:4
Literal: But when saw his brothers that him loved their father more than all his brothers then they hated him and not could speak to him peaceably
KJV: And when his brethren  saw  that their father  loved  him more than all his brethren,  they hated  him, and could  not speak  peaceably 

Genesis 37:17
Literal: and said the man they have departed from this [place] for I heard them say let us go to Dothan So went Joseph after his brothers and found them in Dothan
KJV: And the man  said,  They are departed  hence;  for I heard  them say,  to Dothan.  And Joseph  after  his brethren,  and found  them in Dothan. 

Genesis 37:26
Literal: So said Judah to his brothers what profit [is there] if we kill - our brother and conceal his blood
KJV: And Judah  said  unto his brethren,  What profit  is it if we slay  our brother,  and conceal  his blood? 

Genesis 37:27
Literal: come and let us sell him to the Ishmaelites and our hand not let be upon him for our brother [and] our flesh he [is] And listened his brothers
KJV: and let us sell  him to the Ishmeelites,  and let not our hand  be upon him; for he is our brother  and our flesh.  And his brethren  were content. 

Genesis 37:35
Literal: And arose all his sons and all his daughters to comfort him but he refused to be comforted And he said for I shall go down to my son in mourning into the grave Thus wept for him his father
KJV: And all his sons  and all his daughters  rose up  to comfort  him; but he refused  to be comforted;  and he said,  For I will go down  into the grave  unto my son  mourning.  Thus his father  wept 

Genesis 38:9
Literal: But knew Onan that not his would be the heir and it came to pass when he went in to the wife of his brother that he emitted on the ground lest he should give an heir to his brother
KJV: And Onan  knew  that the seed  should not be his; and it came to pass, when  he went in  unto his brother's  wife,  that he spilled  it on the ground,  lest  that he should give  seed  to his brother. 

Genesis 38:11
Literal: And said Judah to Tamar his daughter-in-law Remain a widow in the house of in your father until is grown Shelah my son For he said lest die also he like his brothers And went Tamar and dwelt house of in her father
KJV: Then said  Judah  to Tamar  his daughter in law,  Remain  a widow  at thy father's  house,  till Shelah  my son  be grown:  for he said,  Lest peradventure he die  also, as his brethren  did. And Tamar  and dwelt  in her father's  house. 

Genesis 38:14
Literal: So she took off her garments of widowhood from her and covered [herself] with a veil and wrapped herself and sat in the entrance of Enaim that [was] on the way to Timnah for she saw that was grown Shelah and she not was given to him as a wife
KJV: her widow's  garments  off  from her, and covered her  with a vail,  and wrapped herself,  and sat in  an open  place,  which is by the way  to Timnath;  for she saw  that Shelah  was grown,  and she was not given  unto him to wife. 

Genesis 38:15
Literal: And when saw her Judah he thought she [was] a harlot because she had covered her face
KJV: When Judah  saw her,  he thought  her to be an harlot;  because she had covered  her face. 

Genesis 38:16
Literal: And he turned to her by the way and said Come now let me come in to you For not he did know that his daughter-in-law she [was] So she said what will you give me you may come in to me
KJV: And he turned  unto her by the way,  and said,  Go to,  I pray thee, let me come in  unto thee; (for he knew  not that she was his daughter in law.)  And she said,  What wilt thou give  me, that thou mayest come in  unto me?

Genesis 38:26
Literal: So acknowledged [them] Judah and said She is more righteous than I because upon thus not I did give her to Shelah my son And never again more he knew her
KJV: And Judah  acknowledged  them, and said,  She hath been more righteous  than I; because that I gave  her not to Shelah  my son.  And he knew her  again 

Genesis 39:3
Literal: And saw his master that Yahweh [was] with him and all that he did Yahweh made to prosper in his hand
KJV: And his master  saw  that the LORD  made all that he did  to prosper  in his hand. 

Genesis 39:6
Literal: Thus he left all that he had in hand of Joseph and not concerns himself with anything except for the bread which he ate And was Joseph handsome in form and handsome in appearance
KJV: And he left  all that he had in Joseph's  hand;  and he knew  not ought  he had, save  the bread  which he did eat.  And Joseph  was a goodly  person, and well  favoured. 

Genesis 39:9
Literal: [There is] no one greater in house this than I nor has he kept back from me anything except if you because you [are] his wife Then how can I do wickedness great this and sin against God
KJV: There is none greater  in this house  than I; neither  hath he kept back  any thing  from me but thee, because  thou  art his wife:  how then can I do  this great  wickedness,  and sin  against God? 

Genesis 39:13
Literal: And so it was when she saw that he had left his garment in her hand and fled outside
KJV: And it came to pass, when she saw  that he had left  his garment  in her hand,  and was fled  forth, 

Genesis 39:15
Literal: And it came to pass when he heard that I lifted my voice and cried out that he left his garment with me and fled and went outside
KJV: And it came to pass, when he heard  that I lifted up  my voice  and cried,  that he left  his garment  with me,  and fled,  and got him  out. 

Genesis 40:14
Literal: For if you remember with me when it is well with you and show please to me kindness and make mention of me to Pharaoh and get me out of house this
KJV: But think  on me when it shall be well  with thee, and shew  kindness,  I pray thee, unto me, and make mention  of me unto Pharaoh,  and bring me  out of this house: 

Genesis 40:15
Literal: For indeed I was stolen away from the land of the Hebrews and also here not have I done anything that they should put me into the dungeon
KJV: For indeed I was stolen away  out of the land  of the Hebrews:  and here also have I done  nothing  that they should put  me into the dungeon. 

Genesis 40:16
Literal: And when saw chief the baker that was good the interpretation then he said to Joseph also I [was] in my dream and there [were] three baskets of white bread on my head
KJV: When the chief  baker  saw  that the interpretation  was good,  he said  unto Joseph,  I also  was in my dream,  and, behold, I had three  white  baskets  on my head: 

Genesis 41:21
Literal: And they had devoured - among them and no one would have known that they had devoured for they [were] ugly just as as at the beginning Then I awoke
KJV: And when they had eaten them up,  it could not be known  that they had eaten them;  but they were still  ill favoured,  as at the beginning.  So I awoke. 

Genesis 41:31
Literal: So not will be known the plenty in the land because of famine that following thus for severe It [will be] very
KJV: And the plenty  shall not be known  in the land  by reason  of that famine  following;  for it shall be very  grievous. 

Genesis 41:32
Literal: And was repeated the dream to Pharaoh twice because [is] established the thing by God and will shortly God bring it to pass
KJV: And for that the dream  was doubled  unto Pharaoh  twice;  it is because the thing  is established  by  God,  will shortly  bring it to pass. 

Genesis 41:49
Literal: And gathered Joseph grain like the sand of the sea much very until that he stopped counting for [it was] not measurable
KJV: And Joseph  gathered  corn  as the sand  of the sea,  very  much,  until he left  numbering;  for it was without  number. 

Genesis 41:51
Literal: And called Joseph - the name of the firstborn Manasseh for has made me forget God all my toil and house of my father
KJV: And Joseph  called  the name  of the firstborn  Manasseh:  For God,  said he, hath made me forget  all my toil,  and all my father's  house. 

Genesis 41:52
Literal: And the name of the second he called Ephraim for has caused me to be fruitful God in the land of my affliction
KJV: And the name  of the second  called  he Ephraim:  For God  hath caused me to be fruitful  in the land  of my affliction. 

Genesis 41:57
Literal: So all countries came into Egypt to buy [grain] unto Joseph because was severe the famine in all lands
KJV: And all countries  came  into Egypt  to Joseph  for to buy  corn; because that the famine  was so sore  in all lands. 

Genesis 42:1
Literal: And when saw Jacob that there was grain in Egypt then said Jacob to his sons why do you look at one another
KJV: Now when Jacob  saw  that there was  corn  in Egypt,  Jacob  said  unto his sons,  Why do ye look 

Genesis 42:2
Literal: and he said indeed I have heard that there is grain in Egypt go down to that place and buy for us there that we may live and not die
KJV: And he said,  Behold, I have heard  that there is  corn  in Egypt:  get you down  thither, and buy  for us from thence; that we may live,  and not die. 

Genesis 42:4
Literal: But Benjamin brother of Joseph not did send Jacob with his brothers for he said lest befall him harm
KJV: But Benjamin,  Joseph's  brother,  Jacob  sent  not with his brethren;  for he said,  Lest peradventure  mischief  befall him. 

Genesis 42:5
Literal: And went the sons of Israel to buy grain among those who journeyed for was the famine in the land of Canaan
KJV: And the sons  of Israel  came  to buy  corn among  those that came:  for the famine  was in the land  of Canaan. 

Genesis 42:12
Literal: But he said to them No but the nakedness of the land you have come to see
KJV: And he said  unto them, Nay, but to see  the nakedness  of the land  ye are come. 

Genesis 42:15
Literal: in this [manner] you shall be tested by the life of Pharaoh not you shall go forth by this except if comes your brother youngest here
KJV: Hereby  ye shall be proved:  By the life  of Pharaoh  ye shall not go forth  hence, except your youngest  brother  come 

Genesis 42:16
Literal: Send of you one and let him bring - your brother and you shall be kept in prison that may be tested your words whether truth [is] in you or else not by the life of Pharaoh surely spies you [are]
KJV: Send  one  of you, and let him fetch  your brother,  and ye shall be kept in prison,  that your words  may be proved,  whether there be any truth  in  you: or else  by the life  of Pharaoh  surely ye are spies. 

Genesis 42:23
Literal: But they not did know that understood [them] Joseph for through an interpreter he spoke to them
KJV: And they knew  not that Joseph  understood  them; for he spake unto them by an interpreter. 

Genesis 42:33
Literal: And said to us the man lord of the country by this I will know that honest you [are] of your brothers one leave [here] with me and [food for] the famine of your households take and be gone
KJV: And the man,  the lord  of the country,  said  unto us, Hereby shall I know  that ye are true  men; leave  one  of your brethren  here with me, and take  food for the famine  of your households, 

Genesis 42:34
Literal: And bring - your brother youngest to me So I shall know that not spies you [are] but honest [that] you [are] - your brother I will grant to you and in the land you may trade
KJV: And bring  your youngest  brother  unto me: then shall I know  that ye are no spies,  but that ye are true  men: so will I deliver  you your brother,  and ye shall traffick  in the land. 

Genesis 42:38
Literal: But he said not shall go down my son with you for his brother is dead and he alone is left and if should befall him any harm along the way which you go in then you would bring down - my gray hair in sorrow to Sheol
KJV: And he said,  My son  shall not go down  with you; for his brother  is dead,  and he is left  alone: if mischief  befall  him by the way  then shall ye bring down  my gray hairs  with sorrow  to the grave. 

Genesis 43:5
Literal: But if not you will send [him] not we will go down for the man said to us not you shall see my face unless your brother [is] with you
KJV: But if thou wilt not send  him, we will not go down:  for the man  said  unto us, Ye shall not see  my face,  except your brother 

Genesis 43:7
Literal: but they said asked specifically the man about ourselves and our family saying [Is] still your father alive have you a brother and we told him according to mouth the words these Could possibly we have known that he would say bring down - your brother
KJV: And they said,  The man  asked  of our state, and of our kindred,  saying,  Is your father  yet alive?  have ye  another brother?  and we told  him according  to the tenor  of these words:  could we certainly  that he would say,  your brother  down? 

Genesis 43:10
Literal: for if not we had lingered surely by now we would have returned this second time
KJV: For except  we had lingered,  surely now we had returned  this second time. 

Genesis 43:16
Literal: And when saw Joseph with them - Benjamin then he said to the steward of his house take [these] men to my home and slaughter animal and make ready for with me will dine at noon
KJV: And when Joseph  saw  Benjamin  with  them, he said  to the ruler of his house,  Bring  these men  home,  and slay,  and make ready;  for these men  shall dine  with me at noon. 

Genesis 43:18
Literal: And were afraid the men because they were brought into house of Joseph And they said [it is] because of the silver which was returned in our sacks the first time we that are brought in that he may assault against us and fall upon us and to take us as slaves and with our donkeys
KJV: were afraid,  because they were brought  into Joseph's  house;  and they said,  Because  of the money  that was returned  in our sacks  at the first time  are we brought in;  that he may seek occasion  against us, and fall  upon us, and take  us for bondmen,  and our asses. 

Genesis 43:21
Literal: But it came to pass when we came to the encampment that we opened - our sacks and there silver [was] [each] man in the mouth of his sack our silver in full weight So we have brought back it in our hand
KJV: And it came to pass, when we came  to the inn,  that we opened  our sacks,  and, behold, every man's  money  was in the mouth  of his sack,  our money  in full weight:  and we have brought it again  in our hand. 

Genesis 43:25
Literal: And they made ready - the gift for arrival Joseph’s at noon for they heard that there they would eat bread
KJV: And they made ready  the present  against  Joseph  came  at noon:  for they heard  that they should eat  bread 

Genesis 43:30
Literal: so made haste Joseph for yearned his heart for his brother and he sought to weep and he went into [his] chamber and wept there
KJV: And Joseph  made haste;  for his bowels  did yearn  upon his brother:  and he sought  where to weep;  and he entered  into his chamber,  and wept 

Genesis 43:32
Literal: So they set a place him by himself and them by themselves and the Egyptians eating with him by themselves because not could the Egyptians eat with the Hebrews food for an abomination that [is] to Egypt
KJV: And they set on  for him by himself, and for them by themselves, and for the Egyptians,  which did eat  with him, by themselves: because the Egyptians  might  not eat  bread  with the Hebrews;  for that is an abomination 

Genesis 44:15
Literal: And said to them Joseph what deed [is] this that you have done did not you know that surely can practice divination a man such as I
KJV: And Joseph  said  unto them, What deed  is this that ye have done?  wot ye  not that such a man  as I can certainly 

Genesis 44:18
Literal: And came near to him Judah and said Oh my lord let speak please your servant a word in the ears of my lord and not do let burn your anger against your servant for you [are] even like Pharaoh
KJV: Then Judah  came near  unto him, and said,  Oh  my lord,  let thy servant,  I pray thee, speak  a word  in my lord's  ears,  and let not thine anger  burn  against thy servant:  for thou art even as Pharaoh. 

Genesis 44:24
Literal: So it was when we went up to your servant my father that we told to him the words of my lord
KJV: And it came to pass when we came up  unto thy servant  my father,  we told  him the words  of my lord. 

Genesis 44:26
Literal: But we said cannot we go down if is our brother youngest with us then we will go down For not we may see face of the man but our brother except [is] with us
KJV: And we said,  We cannot  go down:  if our youngest  brother  be  with us, then will we go down:  for we may  not see  the man's  face,  except  our youngest  brother 

Genesis 44:27
Literal: And said your servant my father to us You know that two [sons] bore me my wife
KJV: And thy servant  my father  said  unto us, Ye know  that my wife  bare  me two  sons:

Genesis 44:31
Literal: and when it will come to pass he sees that not the boy [is with us] that he will die So will bring down your servants - the gray hair of your servant our father in sorrow to Sheol
KJV: It shall come to pass, when he seeth  that the lad  is not with us, that he will die:  and thy servants  shall bring down  the gray hairs  of thy servant  our father  with sorrow  to the grave. 

Genesis 44:32
Literal: For your servant guaranteed - the boy to my father saying if not I do bring him [back] to you then I shall bear the blame before my father all time
KJV: For thy servant  became surety  for the lad  unto  my father,  saying,  If I bring  him not unto thee, then I shall bear the blame  to my father  for ever. 

Genesis 44:34
Literal: For how shall I go up to my father if the boy [is] not with me lest I see the evil that would come upon - my father
KJV: For how  shall I go up  to my father,  and the lad  be not with me? lest peradventure I see  the evil  that shall come on  my father. 

Genesis 45:3
Literal: And said Joseph to his brothers I [am] Joseph does still my father live but not could his brothers answer him for they were terrified in his presence
KJV: And Joseph  said  unto his brethren,  I am Joseph;  doth my father  yet live?  And his brethren  could  not answer  him; for they were troubled  at his presence. 

Genesis 45:5
Literal: But now therefore not do be grieved or angry with yourselves because you sold me here For to preserve life sent me God before you
KJV: Now therefore be not grieved,  nor angry  with yourselves,  that ye sold  me hither: for God  did send  me before you  to preserve life. 

Genesis 45:6
Literal: For this two years the famine [is] in the land and [there are] still five years in which no plowing or harvesting
KJV: For these two years  hath the famine  been in  the land:  and yet there are five  years,  in the which there shall neither  be earing  nor harvest. 

Genesis 45:8
Literal: So now not you sent me here but God and He has made me a father to Pharaoh and lord of all his house and a ruler over all the land of Egypt
KJV: So now it was not you that sent  me hither, but God:  and he hath made  me a father  to Pharaoh,  and lord  of all his house,  and a ruler  throughout all the land  of Egypt. 

Genesis 45:11
Literal: And I will provide for you there for yet [there are] five years of famine lest come to poverty you and your household and all that [is] unto you
KJV: And there will I nourish  thee; for yet there are five  years  of famine;  lest thou, and thy household,  and all that thou hast, come to poverty. 

Genesis 45:12
Literal: And behold your eyes see and the eyes of my brother Benjamin that [it is] my mouth that speaks unto you
KJV: And, behold, your eyes  see,  and the eyes  of my brother  Benjamin,  that it is my mouth  that speaketh 

Genesis 45:20
Literal: And the eye not look upon your goods for the best of all the land of Egypt yours is
KJV: Also  regard  not your stuff;  for the good  of all the land  of Egypt  is yours.

Genesis 45:26
Literal: and they told him saying still Joseph [is] alive and he [is] governor over all the land of Egypt And stood still his heart because not he did believe them
KJV: And told  him, saying,  Joseph  is yet alive,  and he is governor  over all the land  of Egypt.  And Jacob's heart  fainted,  for he believed  them not.

Genesis 46:3
Literal: So He said I [am] God the God of your father not do fear to go down to Egypt for a nation great I will make you there
KJV: And he said,  I am God,  the God  of thy father:  fear  not to go down  into Egypt;  for I will there make  of thee a great  nation: 

Genesis 46:30
Literal: And said Israel to Joseph let me die now since I have seen - your face because still [you are] alive
KJV: And Israel  said  unto Joseph,  Now  let me die,  since  I have seen  thy face,  because thou art yet  alive. 

Genesis 46:32
Literal: And the men shepherding their flocks for men of livestock they have been and their flocks and their herds and all that [is] unto them they have brought
KJV: And the men  are shepherds,  for their trade hath been to feed cattle;  and they have brought  their flocks,  and their herds,  and all that they have.

Genesis 46:33
Literal: So it shall be when calls you Pharaoh and says what [is] your occupation
KJV: And it shall come to pass, when Pharaoh  shall call  you, and shall say,  What is your occupation? 

Genesis 46:34
Literal: that you shall say men of livestock have been your servants from our youth and even until now both we [and] also our fathers that you may dwell in the land of Goshen for an abomination to Egypt [are] all shepherding a flock
KJV: That ye shall say,  Thy servants'  trade  hath been about cattle  from our youth  even until now, both we, and also our fathers:  that ye may dwell  in the land  of Goshen;  for every shepherd  is an abomination 

Genesis 47:4
Literal: And they said to Pharaoh to dwell in the land we have come because no pasture for the flock that your servants for severe the famine [is] in the land of Canaan And therefore let dwell please your servants of Goshen
KJV: They said  moreover unto Pharaoh,  For to sojourn  in the land  are we come;  for thy servants  have no pasture  for their flocks;  for the famine  is sore  in the land  of Canaan:  now therefore, we pray thee, let thy servants  dwell  in the land  of Goshen. 

Genesis 47:13
Literal: And bread [there was] no in all the land for severe the famine [was] very so that languished the land of Egypt and the land of Canaan because of the famine
KJV: And there was no bread  in all the land;  for the famine  was very  sore,  so that the land  of Egypt  and all the land  of Canaan  fainted  by reason  of the famine. 

Genesis 47:15
Literal: So when failed the money in the land of Egypt and in the land of Canaan then came all Egypt to Joseph and said Give us bread for why should we die in your presence for has failed the money
KJV: And when money  failed  in the land  of Egypt,  and in the land  of Canaan,  all the Egyptians  came  unto Joseph,  and said,  Give  us bread:  for why should we die  in thy presence? for the money  faileth. 

Genesis 47:18
Literal: And when had ended year that then they came to him year the second and said to him not we will hide from my lord that if is gone our money and our herds of livestock also has my lord nothing remains in the sight of my lord except our bodies and our lands
KJV: When that year  was ended,  they came  unto him the second  year,  and said  unto him, We will not hide  it from my lord,  how that our money  is spent;  my lord  also hath  our herds  of cattle;  there is not ought left  in the sight  of my lord,  but our bodies,  and our lands: 

Genesis 47:20
Literal: And bought Joseph - all the land of Egypt for Pharaoh for sold Egypt every man his field because was severe upon them the famine So became the land unto Pharaoh
KJV: And Joseph  bought  all the land  of Egypt  for Pharaoh;  for the Egyptians  sold  his field,  because the famine  prevailed  over them: so the land  became Pharaoh's. 

Genesis 47:22
Literal: Only the land of the priests not he did buy for [was assigned] a portion to the priests by Pharaoh and they ate - their rations which gave them Pharaoh Upon thus they did sell their lands
KJV: Only the land  of the priests  bought he  not; for the priests  had a portion  assigned them of Pharaoh,  and did eat  their portion  which Pharaoh  gave  them: wherefore they sold  not their lands. 

Genesis 48:14
Literal: And stretched out Israel - his right hand and laid [it] on the head of Ephraim and he [was] the younger and his left hand head of Manasseh and crossing his hands for Manasseh [was] the firstborn
KJV: And Israel  stretched out  his right hand,  and laid  it upon Ephraim's  head,  who was the younger,  and his left hand  upon Manasseh's  head,  his hands  wittingly;  for Manasseh  was the firstborn. 

Genesis 48:17
Literal: And saw Joseph that laid his father hand his right on the head of Ephraim and it displeased him so he took hold of hand of his father to remove it from head of Ephraim to head of Manasseh
KJV: And when Joseph  saw  that his father  laid  his right  hand  upon the head  of Ephraim,  him: and he held up  his father's  hand,  to remove  it from Ephraim's  head  unto Manasseh's  head. 

Genesis 48:18
Literal: And said Joseph to his father Not so my father for this [one is] the firstborn put your right hand on his head
KJV: And Joseph  said  unto his father,  for this is the firstborn;  put  thy right hand  upon his head. 

Genesis 49:4
Literal: Uncontrolled as the waters not you shall excel because you went up to the bed of your father then you defiled [it] to my couch he went up -
KJV: Unstable  as water,  thou shalt not excel;  because thou wentest up  to thy father's  bed;  then defiledst thou  it: he went up  to my couch. 

Genesis 49:6
Literal: Their council not let enter my soul to their assembly let be united my honor for in their anger they slew a man and in their self-will they hamstrung an ox
KJV: O my soul,  come  not thou into their secret;  unto their assembly,  mine honour,  be not thou united:  for in their anger  they slew  a man,  and in their selfwill  they digged down  a wall. 

Genesis 49:7
Literal: Cursed [be] their anger for it is strong and their wrath it is cruel I will divide them in Jacob and scatter them in Israel -
KJV: Cursed  be their anger,  for it was fierce;  and their wrath,  for it was cruel:  I will divide  them in Jacob,  and scatter  them in Israel. 

Genesis 49:10
Literal: not shall depart the scepter from Judah nor the staff from between his feet until that comes - Shiloh and to him [shall be] the obedience of the people
KJV: The sceptre  shall not depart  from Judah,  nor a lawgiver  from between his feet,  until  Shiloh  come;  and unto him shall the gathering  of the people  be.

Genesis 49:15
Literal: And He saw rest [was] that good and the land [was] pleasant and He bowed his shoulder to bear [a burden] and became a band of slaves -
KJV: And he saw  that rest  was good,  and the land  that it was pleasant;  and bowed  his shoulder  to bear,  and became a servant  unto tribute. 

Genesis 50:3
Literal: And were required for him forty days for such are required the days for the embalming and mourned for him Egypt seventy days
KJV: And forty  days  were fulfilled  the days  of those which are embalmed:  mourned  for him threescore and ten  days. 

Genesis 50:15
Literal: And when saw the brothers of Joseph that was dead their father then they said Perhaps will hate us Joseph and actually may repay us - for all the evil which we did to him
KJV: And when Joseph's  brethren  saw  that their father  was dead,  they said,  Joseph  will peradventure  hate us,  and will certainly  us all the evil  which we did  unto him.

Genesis 50:17
Literal: thus you shall say to Joseph I beg you forgive please the trespass of your brothers and their sin for the evil they did to you Now please the trespass of the servants of the God of your father And wept Joseph when they spoke to him
KJV: So shall ye say  unto Joseph,  Forgive,  I pray thee  now, the trespass  of thy brethren,  and their sin;  for they did  unto thee evil:  and now, we pray thee, forgive  the trespass  of the servants  of the God  of thy father.  And Joseph  wept  when they spake 

Genesis 50:19
Literal: And said to them Joseph not do be afraid for in the place of God [am] I
KJV: And Joseph  said  unto them, Fear  not: for am I in the place of God? 

Exodus 1:10
Literal: Come let us deal shrewdly with him lest he multiply and it happen when there falls out war that may join also he to our enemies and fight against us and [so] go up out of the land
KJV: Come on,  let us deal wisely  with them; lest they multiply,  and it come to pass, that, when there falleth out  any war,  they  join  also unto our enemies,  and fight  against us, and so get them up  out of the land. 

Exodus 1:19
Literal: And said the midwives to Pharaoh because not [are] like the women Egyptianesses the Hebrewesses for [are] lively they before they come to them to deliver they give birth
KJV: And the midwives  said  unto Pharaoh,  Because the Hebrew  women  are not as the Egyptian women;  for they are lively,  and are delivered  ere  the midwives  come in 

Exodus 1:21
Literal: And so it was because feared the midwives - God that He provided for them households
KJV: And it came to pass, because the midwives  feared  God,  that he made  them houses. 

Exodus 2:2
Literal: So conceived the woman and bore a son and when she saw - that [was] beautiful he then she hid him three months
KJV: And the woman  conceived,  and bare  a son:  and when she saw  him that he was a goodly  child, she hid  him three  months. 

Exodus 2:10
Literal: And grew the child and she brought him unto the daughter of Pharaoh and he became her son So she called his name Moses and said because out of the water I drew him
KJV: And the child  grew,  and she brought  him unto Pharaoh's  daughter,  and he became her son.  And she called  his name  Moses:  and she said,  Because I drew  him out of the water. 

Exodus 2:12
Literal: So he looked this way [and] that way and when he saw that no one then he killed - the Egyptian and hid him in the sand
KJV: And he looked  this way  and when he saw  that there was no man,  he slew  the Egyptian,  and hid  him in the sand. 

Exodus 2:22
Literal: And she bore [him] a son and he called - his name Gershom for he said a stranger I have been in a land Strange -
KJV: And she bare  him a son,  and he called  his name  Gershom:  for he said,  I have been a stranger  in a strange  land. 

Exodus 3:4
Literal: So when saw Yahweh that he turned aside to look then called to him God from the midst of the bush and said Moses and he said Here I am
KJV: And when the LORD  saw  that he turned aside  to see,  God  called  unto him out of the midst  of the bush,  and said,  Moses,  And he said, 

Exodus 3:5
Literal: And He said not do draw near this place take your sandals off your feet for the place where you stand - ground holy is
KJV: And he said,  Draw not nigh  hither:  put off  thy shoes  from off thy feet,  for the place  whereon  thou standest  is holy  ground. 

Exodus 3:6
Literal: Moreover He said I [am] the God of your father of Abraham of Isaac and the God of Jacob And hid Moses his face for he was afraid to look upon God
KJV: Moreover he said,  I am the God  of thy father,  the God  of Abraham,  the God  of Isaac,  and the God  of Jacob.  And Moses  hid  his face;  for he was afraid  to look  upon God. 

Exodus 3:7
Literal: And said Yahweh surely I have seen - the oppression of My people who [are] in Egypt and their cry have I heard because of their oppressors for I know their sorrows
KJV: And the LORD  said,  I have surely  the affliction  of my people  which are in Egypt,  and have heard  their cry  by reason  of their taskmasters;  for I know  their sorrows; 

Exodus 3:11
Literal: But said Moses to God who [am] I that I should go Pharaoh that I should bring - the sons of Israel out of Egypt
KJV: And Moses  said  unto God,  unto Pharaoh,  and that I should bring forth  the children  of Israel  out of Egypt? 

Exodus 3:12
Literal: so He said surely I will be with you And this to you [shall be] a sign that I have sent you when you have brought - the people out of Egypt you shall serve God on mountain this
KJV: And he said,  Certainly I will be with thee; and this shall be a token  unto thee, that  I have sent  thee: When thou hast brought forth  the people  out of Egypt,  ye shall serve  God  upon this mountain. 

Exodus 3:19
Literal: But I am sure that not will let you the king of Egypt go unless by a hand mighty
KJV: And I am sure  that the king  of Egypt  will not let  you go,  no, not by a mighty  hand. 

Exodus 3:21
Literal: And I will give - favor people this in the sight of the Egyptians and it shall be that when you go not you shall go empty-handed
KJV: And I will give  this people  favour  in the sight  empty: 

Exodus 4:1
Literal: And answered Moses and said but suppose not they will believe me or listen to my voice suppose they say has appeared to you Yahweh
KJV: And Moses  answered  and said,  But, behold, they will not believe  me, nor hearken  unto my voice:  for they will say,  The LORD  hath not appeared  unto thee.

Exodus 4:5
Literal: that they may believe that has appeared to you Yahweh God of their fathers the God of Abraham of Isaac and the God of Jacob
KJV: That they may believe  that the LORD  God  of their fathers,  the God  of Abraham,  the God  of Isaac,  and the God  of Jacob,  hath appeared 

Exodus 4:10
Literal: And said Moses to Yahweh Please my Lord not a man eloquent [am] I also from yesterday from before from then [on] You have spoken Your servant but slow of speech and of slow tongue I [am]
KJV: And Moses  said  unto the LORD,  my Lord,  am not eloquent,  neither heretofore,  nor since  thou hast spoken  unto thy servant:  but I am slow  of speech,  and of a slow  tongue. 

Exodus 4:14
Literal: So was kindled the anger of Yahweh against Moses and He said is not Aaron your brother the Levite I know that well can speak he And also look he is coming out to meet you and when he sees you then he will be glad in his heart
KJV: And the anger  of the LORD  was kindled  against Moses,  and he said,  Is not Aaron  the Levite  thy brother?  I know  that he can speak  And also, behold, he cometh forth  to meet  thee: and when he seeth  in his heart. 

Exodus 4:19
Literal: And said Yahweh to Moses in Midian go return to Egypt for are dead all the men who sought - your life
KJV: And the LORD  said  unto Moses  in Midian,  return  into Egypt:  for all the men  are dead  which sought  thy life. 

Exodus 4:25
Literal: And took Zipporah a sharp stone and cut off - the foreskin of her son and cast [it] at his feet and said surely a bridegroom of blood you [are] to me
KJV: Then Zipporah  took  a sharp stone,  and cut off  the foreskin  of her son,  and cast  it at his feet,  and said,  Surely a bloody  husband  art thou to me.

Exodus 4:31
Literal: So believed the people when they heard that had visited Yahweh - the sons of Israel and that He had looked on their affliction then they bowed their heads and worshiped
KJV: And the people  believed:  and when they heard  that the LORD  had visited  the children  of Israel,  and that he had looked  upon their affliction,  then they bowed their heads  and worshipped. 

Exodus 5:8
Literal: And the quota of bricks which they made before previously you shall lay on them Not you shall reduce it for are idle they Upon thus they cry out saying let us go [and] sacrifice to our God
KJV: And the tale  of the bricks,  which they did make  heretofore,  ye shall lay  upon them; ye shall not diminish  ought thereof: for they be idle;  therefore they cry,  saying,  and sacrifice  to our God. 

Exodus 5:11
Literal: You go get yourselves straw where you can find it Yet not will be reduced Of your work -
KJV: ye, get  you straw  where  ye can find  it: yet  not ought  of your work  shall be diminished. 

Exodus 6:1
Literal: and said Yahweh to Moses now you shall see what I will do to Pharaoh for with a hand mighty he will let them go and with a hand mighty he will drive them out of his land -
KJV: Then the LORD  said  unto Moses,  Now shalt thou see  what I will do  to Pharaoh:  for with a strong  hand  shall he let them go,  and with a strong  hand  shall he drive them out  of his land. 

Exodus 6:7
Literal: And I will take you to me as My people and I will be to you God then you shall know that I [am] Yahweh your God who brings out you from under the burdens of Egypt
KJV: And I will take  you to me for a people,  and I will be to you a God:  and ye shall know  that I am the LORD  your God,  which bringeth  you out from under the burdens  of the Egyptians. 

Exodus 7:5
Literal: And shall know Egypt that I [am] Yahweh when I stretch out My hand against Egypt and bring out - the sons of Israel from among them
KJV: shall know  that I am the LORD,  when I stretch forth  mine hand  and bring out  the children  of Israel  from among 

Exodus 7:9
Literal: when speaks to you Pharaoh saying Show for yourselves' a miracle then you shall say to Aaron take - your rod and cast [it] before Pharaoh [and] let it become a serpent
KJV: When Pharaoh  shall speak  unto you, saying,  Shew  a miracle  for you: then thou shalt say  unto Aaron,  Take  thy rod,  and cast  it before  Pharaoh,  and it shall become a serpent. 

Exodus 7:17
Literal: Thus says Yahweh: by this you shall know that I [am] Yahweh behold I will strike with the rod that [is] in my hand - the waters which [are] in the Nile and they shall be turned to blood
KJV: Thus saith  the LORD,  In this thou shalt know  that I am the LORD:  behold, I will smite  with the rod  that is in mine hand  upon the waters  which are in the river,  and they shall be turned  to blood. 

Exodus 7:24
Literal: So dug all Egypt all around the Nile for water to drink because not they could drink the water of the Nile
KJV: digged  round about  the river  for water  to drink;  for they could  not drink  of the water  of the river. 

Exodus 8:10
Literal: so he said Tomorrow And he said [Let it be] according to your word that you may know that [there is] no one like Yahweh our God
KJV: And he said,  To morrow.  And he said,  Be it according to thy word:  that thou mayest know  that there is none like unto the LORD  our God. 

Exodus 8:15
Literal: But when saw Pharaoh that there was relief and he hardened - his heart and not did heed them as had said Yahweh -
KJV: But when Pharaoh  saw  that there was respite,  he hardened  his heart,  and hearkened  not unto them; as the LORD  had said. 

Exodus 8:21
Literal: Or else if you will not let go - My people behold I will send on you and your servants and on your people and into your houses swarms [of flies] And shall be full the houses of Egypt of swarms [of flies] and also the ground on which they [are] -
KJV: Else, if thou wilt not let my people  go,  swarms  of flies upon thee, and upon thy servants,  and upon thy people,  and into thy houses:  shall be full  of swarms  of flies, and also the ground  whereon they are.

Exodus 8:22
Literal: and I will set apart in day that - the land of Goshen which My people dwell in that not shall be there swarms [of flies] in order that you may know that I Yahweh [am] in the midst of the land
KJV: And I will sever  in that day  the land  of Goshen,  in which my people  dwell,  that no  swarms  of flies shall be  there; to the end  thou mayest know  that I am the LORD  in the midst  of the earth. 

Exodus 8:26
Literal: And said Moses not it is right to do so for the abomination of Egypt we would be sacrificing to Yahweh our God If we sacrifice - of Egypt before their eyes then not will they stone us
KJV: And Moses  said,  It is not meet  so to do;  for  we shall sacrifice  the abomination  to the LORD  our God:  lo, shall we sacrifice  the abomination  before their eyes,  and will they not stone 

Exodus 9:2
Literal: For if refuse you to let [them] go and still hold them
KJV: For if thou refuse  to let them go,  and wilt hold  them still,

Exodus 9:11
Literal: And not could the magicians stand before Moses because of the boils for were the boils on the magicians and on all Egypt
KJV: And the magicians  could  not stand  before  Moses  because  of the boils;  was upon the magicians, 

Exodus 9:14
Literal: For at time this I will send - all My plagues to your very heart and on your servants and on your people that you may know that [there is] none like Me in all the earth
KJV: For I will at this time  send  all my plagues  upon thine heart,  and upon thy servants,  and upon thy people;  that thou mayest know  that there is none like me in all the earth. 

Exodus 9:15
Literal: For now if I had stretched out - My hand and struck you and your people with pestilence then you would have been cut off from the earth
KJV: For now I will stretch out  my hand,  that I may smite  thee and thy people  with pestilence;  and thou shalt be cut off  from the earth. 

Exodus 9:29
Literal: So said to him Moses as soon as I have gone out of the city I will spread out - my hands to Yahweh the thunder will cease and hail no there will be more that you may know that of Yahweh [is] the earth
KJV: And Moses  said  unto him, As soon as I am gone out  of the city,  I will spread abroad  my hands  unto the LORD;  and the thunder  shall cease,  neither shall there be any more hail;  that thou mayest know  how that the earth  is the LORD'S. 

Exodus 9:30
Literal: But as for you and your servants I know that not yet you will fear - Yahweh God
KJV: But as for thee and thy servants,  I know  that ye will not yet fear  the LORD  God. 

Exodus 9:31
Literal: Now the flax and the barley were struck for the barley [was] in the head and the flax [was] in bud
KJV: And the flax  and the barley  was smitten:  for the barley  was in the ear,  and the flax  was bolled. 

Exodus 9:32
Literal: But the wheat and the spelt not were struck for [are] late crops they
KJV: But the wheat  and the rie  were not smitten:  for they  were not grown up. 

Exodus 9:34
Literal: And when saw Pharaoh that had ceased the rain and the hail and the thunder and yet he more sinned and he hardened his heart he and his servants
KJV: And when Pharaoh  saw  that the rain  and the hail  and the thunders  were ceased,  he sinned  yet more,  and hardened  his heart,  he and his servants. 

Exodus 10:1
Literal: And said Yahweh to Moses go in Pharaoh for I have hardened - his heart and the hearts of his servants that I may show signs of Mine these before him
KJV: And the LORD  said  unto Moses,  Go  in unto Pharaoh:  for I have hardened  his heart,  of his servants,  that I might shew  these my signs  before 

Exodus 10:2
Literal: that you may tell in the hearing of your son and son of your son - the mighty things I have done in Egypt and My signs which I have done among them that you may know that I [am] Yahweh
KJV: And that thou mayest tell  in the ears  of thy son,  what things I have wrought  in Egypt,  and my signs  which I have done  among them; that ye may know  how that I am the LORD. 

Exodus 10:4
Literal: Or else if refuse you to let go - My people behold will I bring tomorrow locusts into your territory
KJV: Else,  if thou refuse  to let my people  go,  behold, to morrow  will I bring  the locusts  into thy coast: 

Exodus 10:7
Literal: And said servants of Pharaoh to him until when shall be this [man] to us a snare let go - the men that they may serve Yahweh their God Do not yet you know that is destroyed Egypt
KJV: And Pharaoh's  servants  said  unto him, How long shall this man be a snare  go,  that they may serve  the LORD  their God:  knowest  thou not yet  that Egypt  is destroyed? 

Exodus 10:9
Literal: and said Moses with our young and our old we will go with our sons and our daughters with our flocks and our herds we will go for a feast to Yahweh we must hold
KJV: And Moses  said,  with our young  and with our old,  with our sons  and with our daughters,  with our flocks  and with our herds  for we must hold a feast  unto the LORD. 

Exodus 10:10
Literal: And he said to them had better be - Yahweh with you when I let go you and your little ones Beware for evil [is] before the face
KJV: And he said  unto them, Let the LORD  be so with you, as I will let you go,  and your little ones:  look  to it; for evil  is before 

Exodus 10:11
Literal: Not so go now you [who are] men and serve - Yahweh for that is what you desired And were driven out they from presence of Pharaoh -
KJV: now ye that are men,  and serve  the LORD;  for that ye did desire.  And they were driven out  from Pharaoh's  presence. 

Exodus 10:26
Literal: And also Our livestock shall go with us not shall be left behind a hoof for some of them we must take to serve - Yahweh our God and even we not do know how we must serve Yahweh until we arrive there
KJV: Our cattle  with us; there shall not an hoof  be left behind;  for thereof must we take  to serve  the LORD  our God;  and we know  not with what we must serve  the LORD,  until we come 

Exodus 10:28
Literal: And said to him Pharaoh Get away from me take heed to yourself no more and see my face for in the day you see my face you shall die
KJV: And Pharaoh  said  thee from me, take heed  to thyself, see  my face  no more;  for in that day  thou seest  my face  thou shalt die. 

Exodus 12:9
Literal: Not do eat it raw nor boiled boiled at all with water - but roasted in fire its head with its legs and its entrails
KJV: Eat  not of it raw,  nor sodden  at all with water,  but roast  with fire;  his head  with his legs,  and with the purtenance 

Exodus 12:15
Literal: Seven days unleavened bread you shall eat On the day first you shall remove leaven from your houses for whoever eats leavened bread and shall be cut off person that from Israel from the day first until day the seventh
KJV: Seven  days  shall ye eat  unleavened bread;  even  the first  day  ye shall put away  leaven  out of your houses:  for whosoever eateth  leavened bread  from the first  day  until the seventh  day,  that soul  shall be cut  off from Israel. 

Exodus 12:17
Literal: So you shall observe - [the Feast of] Unleavened Bread for on same day this I will have brought your armies out of the land of Egypt therefore you shall observe this throughout your generations as an ordinance everlasting
KJV: And ye shall observe  the feast of unleavened bread;  for in this selfsame  day  have I brought  your armies  out of the land  of Egypt:  therefore shall ye observe  this day  in your generations  by an ordinance  for ever. 

Exodus 12:19
Literal: [For] seven days leaven no shall be found in your houses since whoever eats what is leavened and shall be cut off same person that from the congregation of Israel whether [he is] a stranger or a native of the land
KJV: Seven  days  shall there be no leaven  found  in your houses:  for whosoever eateth  even that soul  shall be cut off  from the congregation  of Israel,  whether he be a stranger,  or born  in the land. 

Exodus 12:25
Literal: And it shall come to pass when you come to the land which will give Yahweh you just as He promised that you will keep - service this
KJV: And it shall come to pass, when ye be come  to the land  which the LORD  will give  you, according as he hath promised,  that ye shall keep  this service. 

Exodus 12:26
Literal: And it shall be when say to you your children what service [by] this do you mean
KJV: And it shall come to pass, when your children  shall say  unto you, What mean ye by this service? 

Exodus 12:30
Literal: So rose Pharaoh in the night he and all his servants Egypt And there was a cry great in Egypt for [there was] not a house where [there was] not - one dead
KJV: And Pharaoh  rose up  in the night,  he, and all his servants,  and all the Egyptians;  and there was a great  cry  in Egypt;  for there was not a house  where there was not one dead. 

Exodus 12:33
Literal: And urged Egypt - the people in haste that they might send them out of the land for they said we all [shall be] dead
KJV: were urgent  upon the people,  that they might send  them out of the land  in haste;  for they said,  We be all dead 

Exodus 12:39
Literal: And they baked - the dough which they had brought out of Egypt cakes of unleavened for not it was leavened because they were driven out of Egypt and not could wait and provisions nor had they prepared for themselves
KJV: And they baked  unleavened  cakes  of the dough  which they brought forth  out of Egypt,  for it was not leavened;  because they were thrust out  of Egypt,  and could  not tarry,  neither had they prepared  for themselves any victual. 

Exodus 12:48
Literal: And when dwells with you a stranger and [and [wants] to keep the Passover to Yahweh let be circumcised his all males then let him come near and keep it and he shall be as a native of the land For uncircumcised person no shall eat it
KJV: And when a stranger  shall sojourn  with thee, and will keep  the passover  to the LORD,  let all his males  be circumcised,  and then let him come near  and keep  it; and he shall be as one that is born  in the land:  for no uncircumcised person  shall eat  thereof.

Exodus 13:3
Literal: And said Moses to the people Remember - day this in which you went out of Egypt out of the house of bondage for by strength of hand brought out Yahweh you Of this [place] and No shall be eaten leavened bread
KJV: And Moses  said  unto the people,  Remember  this  day,  in which ye came out  from Egypt,  out of the house  of bondage;  for by strength  of hand  the LORD  brought you out  from this place: there shall no leavened bread  be eaten. 

Exodus 13:5
Literal: And it shall be when brings you Yahweh into the land of the Canaanite and the Hittite and the Amorite and the Hivite and the Jebusite which He swore to your fathers to give you a land flowing with milk and honey that you shall keep - service this in month this
KJV: And it shall be when the LORD  shall bring  thee into the land  of the Canaanites,  and the Hittites,  and the Amorites,  and the Hivites,  and the Jebusites,  which he sware  unto thy fathers  to give  thee, a land  flowing  with milk  and honey,  that thou shalt keep  this service  in this month. 

Exodus 13:9
Literal: And it shall be to you as a sign on your hand and as a memorial between your eyes that may be law of Yahweh in your mouth for with a hand mighty has brought you Yahweh out of Egypt
KJV: And it shall be for a sign  unto thee upon thine hand,  and for a memorial  between thine eyes,  that the LORD'S  law  may be in thy mouth:  for with a strong  hand  hath the LORD  brought thee out  of Egypt. 

Exodus 13:11
Literal: And it shall be when brings you Yahweh into the land of the Canaanite as He swore to you and your fathers and gives it to you
KJV: And it shall be when the LORD  shall bring  thee into the land  of the Canaanites,  as he sware  unto thee and to thy fathers,  and shall give  it thee,

Exodus 13:14
Literal: So it shall be when asks you your son in time to come saying what [is] this that you shall say to him by strength of hand brought us Yahweh out of Egypt out of the house of bondage
KJV: And it shall be when thy son  asketh  thee in time to come,  saying,  unto him, By strength  of hand  the LORD  brought us out  from Egypt,  from the house  of bondage: 

Exodus 13:15
Literal: And it came to pass when was stubborn Pharaoh about letting us go that killed Yahweh all the firstborn in the land of Egypt from the firstborn of man and to the firstborn of beast Upon thus I sacrifice to Yahweh that open the womb males but all of my sons I redeem
KJV: And it came to pass, when Pharaoh  would hardly  let us go,  that the LORD  slew  all the firstborn  in the land  of Egypt,  both the firstborn  of man,  and the firstborn  of beast:  therefore I sacrifice  to the LORD  all that openeth  the matrix,  being males;  but all the firstborn  of my children  I redeem. 

Exodus 13:16
Literal: And it shall be as a sign on your hand and as frontlets between your eyes for by strength of hand brought us Yahweh out of Egypt -
KJV: And it shall be for a token  upon thine hand,  and for frontlets  between thine eyes:  for by strength  of hand  the LORD  brought us forth  out of Egypt. 

Exodus 13:17
Literal: And it came to pass when had let go Pharaoh - the people that not did lead them God [by] way of the land of the Philistines although [was] near it for said God lest perhaps change their minds the people when they see war and return to Egypt
KJV: And it came to pass, when Pharaoh  had let the people  go,  that God  led  them not through the way  of the land  of the Philistines,  although  that was near;  for God  said,  Lest peradventure the people  repent  when they see  war,  and they return  to Egypt: 

Exodus 13:19
Literal: And took Moses - the bones of Joseph with him for solemn he had placed under oath the sons of Israel saying surely will visit God you and you shall carry up my bones from this [place] with you
KJV: And Moses  took  the bones  of Joseph  with him: for he had straitly  the children  of Israel,  saying,  God  will surely  my bones  away 

Exodus 14:4
Literal: And I will harden - heart of Pharaoh so that he will pursue them and I will gain honor over Pharaoh and over all his army that may know Egypt that I [am] Yahweh And they did so
KJV: And I will harden  Pharaoh's  heart,  that he shall follow  after  them; and I will be honoured  upon Pharaoh,  may know  that I am the LORD.  And they did 

Exodus 14:5
Literal: And it was told the king of Egypt that had fled the people and was turned the heart of Pharaoh and his servants against the people and they said what [is] this [that] have we done that we have let go - Israel from serving us
KJV: And it was told  the king  of Egypt  that the people  fled:  and the heart  of Pharaoh  and of his servants  was turned  against the people,  and they said,  Why have we done  this, that we have let Israel  go  from serving 

Exodus 14:12
Literal: [Is] not this the word that we told you in Egypt saying let alone us that we may serve - Egypt For [it would have been] better for us to serve Egypt than that we should die in the wilderness
KJV: Is not this the word  that we did tell  thee in Egypt,  saying,  Let us alone,  that we may serve  the Egyptians?  For it had been better  for us to serve  the Egyptians,  than that we should die  in the wilderness. 

Exodus 14:13
Literal: And said Moses to the people not do be afraid Stand still and see - the salvation of Yahweh which He will accomplish for you today for whom you see Egypt today no more you shall see again even to ever
KJV: And Moses  said  unto the people,  Fear  ye not, stand still,  and see  the salvation  of the LORD,  which he will shew  to you to day:  whom ye have seen  to day,  ye shall see  them again  no more for  ever. 

Exodus 14:18
Literal: And shall know Egypt that I [am] Yahweh when I have gained honor for Myself over Pharaoh his chariots and his horsemen
KJV: shall know  that I am the LORD,  when I have gotten me honour  upon Pharaoh,  upon his chariots,  and upon his horsemen. 

Exodus 14:25
Literal: And He took off - wheels their chariot so that they drove them with difficulty and said Egypt let us flee from the face of Israel for Yahweh fights for them against Egypt -
KJV: And took off  their chariot  wheels,  that they drave  them heavily:  said,  Let us flee  from the face  of Israel;  for the LORD  fighteth 

Exodus 15:1
Literal: Then sang Moses and the sons of Israel - song this to Yahweh and spoke saying I will sing to Yahweh for gloriously He has triumphed the horse and its rider He has thrown into the sea
KJV: Then sang  Moses  and the children  of Israel  this song  unto the LORD,  and spake,  I will sing  unto the LORD,  for he hath triumphed  the horse  and his rider  hath he thrown  into the sea. 

Exodus 15:19
Literal: For went the horses of Pharaoh with his chariots and his horsemen into the sea and brought back Yahweh upon them - the waters of the sea But the sons of Israel went on dry [land] in the midst of the sea -
KJV: For the horse  of Pharaoh  went in  with his chariots  and with his horsemen  into the sea,  and the LORD  brought again  the waters  of the sea  upon them; but the children  of Israel  went  on dry  land in the midst  of the sea. 

Exodus 15:21
Literal: And answered them Miriam Sing to Yahweh for gloriously He has triumphed the horse and its rider He has thrown into the sea -
KJV: And Miriam  answered  them, Sing  ye to the LORD,  for he hath triumphed  the horse  and his rider  hath he thrown  into the sea. 

Exodus 15:23
Literal: And when they came to Marah and not they could drink the waters of Marah for [were] bitter they Upon thus was called the name of it Marah
KJV: And when they came  to Marah,  they could  not drink  of the waters  of Marah,  for they were bitter:  therefore the name  of it was called  Marah. 

Exodus 15:26
Literal: And said if diligently you heed the voice of Yahweh your God and what is right in His sight do and give ear to His commandments and keep all His statutes any of the diseases which I have brought on Egypt not I will put on you for I [am] Yahweh who heals you -
KJV: And said,  If thou wilt diligently  to the voice  of the LORD  thy God,  and wilt do  that which is right  in his sight,  and wilt give ear  to his commandments,  and keep  all his statutes,  I will put  none of these diseases  upon thee, which I have brought  for I am the LORD  that healeth  thee.

Exodus 16:3
Literal: And said to them the sons of Israel Oh that - we had died by the hand of Yahweh in the land of Egypt when we sat by pots of the meat [and] when we ate bread to the full for you have brought out us into wilderness this to kill - whole assembly this with hunger -
KJV: And the children  of Israel  said  unto them, Would to God  we had died  by the hand  of the LORD  in the land  of Egypt,  when we sat  by the flesh  pots,  and when we did eat  bread  to the full;  for ye have brought us forth  into this wilderness,  to kill  this whole assembly  with hunger. 

Exodus 16:6
Literal: And said Moses and Aaron to all the sons of Israel at evening you shall know that Yahweh has brought out you of the land of Egypt
KJV: And Moses  and Aaron  said  unto all the children  of Israel,  At even,  then ye shall know  that the LORD  hath brought you out  from the land  of Egypt: 

Exodus 16:7
Literal: and in the morning and you shall see - the glory of Yahweh for He hears your complaints against Yahweh but [are] we what that - you complain against us
KJV: And in the morning,  then ye shall see  the glory  of the LORD;  for that he heareth  your murmurings  against the LORD:  and what are we,  that ye murmur  against us?

Exodus 16:8
Literal: And said Moses [This shall be seen] when gives Yahweh you in the evening meat to eat and bread in the morning to the full for hears - your complaints which you make against Him And [are] we what not [are] against us Your complaints but against Yahweh
KJV: And Moses  said,  This shall be, when the LORD  shall give  you in the evening  flesh  to eat,  and in the morning  bread  to the full;  for that the LORD  heareth  your murmurings  against him: and what are we?  your murmurings  are not against us, but against the LORD. 

Exodus 16:9
Literal: And spoke Moses to Aaron Say all the congregation of the sons of Israel come near before Yahweh for He has heard - your complaints
KJV: And Moses  spake  unto Aaron,  Say  unto all the congregation  of the children  of Israel,  Come near  before  the LORD:  for he hath heard  your murmurings. 

Exodus 16:12
Literal: I have heard - the complaints of the sons of Israel speak to them saying at twilight you shall eat meat and in the morning you shall be filled with bread and you shall know that I [am] Yahweh your God
KJV: I have heard  the murmurings  of the children  of Israel:  speak  unto them, saying,  At even  ye shall eat  flesh,  and in the morning  ye shall be filled  with bread;  and ye shall know  that I am the LORD  your God. 

Exodus 16:15
Literal: So when saw [it] the sons of Israel and they said one to another what [is] it for not they did know what it [was] And said Moses to them that [is] the bread which has given Yahweh you for food
KJV: And when the children  of Israel  saw  it, they said  one  to another,  It is manna:  for they wist  not what it was. And Moses  said  unto them, This is the bread  which the LORD  hath given  you to eat. 

Exodus 16:25
Literal: And said Moses Eat that today for [is] a Sabbath today to Yahweh not you will find it in the field
KJV: And Moses  said,  Eat  that to day;  is a sabbath  unto the LORD:  to day  ye shall not find  it in the field. 

Exodus 16:29
Literal: See for Yahweh has given you the Sabbath upon thus He gives on the day sixth bread for two days Let remain every man in his place no let go out man of his place seventh
KJV: See,  for that the LORD  hath given  you the sabbath,  therefore he giveth  you on the sixth  day  the bread  of two days;  abide  ye every man  go out  of his place  on the seventh  day. 

Exodus 17:14
Literal: And said Yahweh to Moses Write this [for] a memorial in the book and recount [it] in the hearing of Joshua that utterly I will blot out - the remembrance of Amalek from under heaven
KJV: And the LORD  said  unto Moses,  Write  this for a memorial  in a book,  and rehearse  it in the ears  of Joshua:  for I will utterly  the remembrance  of Amalek  from under heaven. 

Exodus 17:16
Literal: For he said because - - has sworn YAH [will have] war Yahweh with Amalek from generation to generation -
KJV: For he said,  Because the LORD  hath sworn  that the LORD  will have war  with Amalek  from generation 

Exodus 18:1
Literal: And heard Jethro the priest of Midian father-in-law Moses' - of all that had done God for Moses for Israel His people that had brought Yahweh - Israel out of Egypt
KJV: When Jethro,  the priest  of Midian,  Moses'  father in law,  heard  of all that God  had done  for Moses,  and for Israel  his people,  and that the LORD  had brought  Israel  out of Egypt; 

Exodus 18:3
Literal: and with two her sons of whom the name of one [was] Gershom for he said a stranger I have been in a land foreign
KJV: And her two  sons;  of which the name  of the one  was Gershom;  for he said,  I have been an alien  in a strange  land: 

Exodus 18:4
Literal: And the name of the [other] one [was] Eliezer for [he said] the God of my father [was] my help and delivered me from the sword of Pharaoh
KJV: And the name  of the other  was Eliezer;  for the God  of my father,  said he, was mine help,  a