Bible Cross References
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Genesis 19:27
Early the next morning Abraham hurried to the place where he had stood in the presence of the LORD.
Genesis 22:3
Early the next morning Abraham cut some wood for the sacrifice, loaded his donkey, and took Isaac and two servants with him. They started out for the place that God had told him about.
Genesis 24:54
Then Abraham's servant and the men with him ate and drank, and spent the night there. When they got up in the morning, he said, "Let me go back to my master."
Genesis 26:31
Early next morning each man made his promise and sealed it with a vow. Isaac said good-bye to them, and they parted as friends.
Psalm 119:60
Without delay I hurry to obey your commands.
Proverbs 27:14
You might as well curse your friends as wake them up early in the morning with a loud greeting.
Ecclesiastes 9:10
Work hard at whatever you do, because there will be no action, no thought, no knowledge, no wisdom in the world of the dead---and that is where you are going.
Genesis 25:6
but while he was still alive, he gave presents to the sons his other wives had borne him. Then he sent these sons to the land of the East, away from his son Isaac.
Genesis 36:6
Then Esau took his wives, his sons, his daughters, and all the people of his house, along with all his livestock and all the possessions he had gotten in the land of Canaan, and went away from his brother Jacob to another land.
Genesis 36:7
He left because the land where he and Jacob were living was not able to support them; they had too much livestock and could no longer stay together.
John 8:35
A slave does not belong to a family permanently, but a son belongs there forever.
Genesis 16:7
The angel of the LORD met Hagar at a spring in the desert on the road to Shur
Genesis 37:15
and was wandering around in the country when a man saw him and asked him, "What are you looking for?"
Psalm 107:4
Some wandered in the trackless desert and could not find their way to a city to live in.
Isaiah 16:8
The farms near Heshbon and the vineyards of Sibmah are destroyed---those vineyards whose wine used to make the rulers of the nations drunk. At one time the vines spread as far as the city of Jazer, and eastward into the desert, and westward to the other side of the Dead Sea.
Galatians 4:23-25
His son by the slave woman was born in the usual way, but his son by the free woman was born as a result of God's promise.
These things can be understood as a figure: the two women represent two covenants. The one whose children are born in slavery is Hagar, and she represents the covenant made at Mount Sinai.
Hagar, who stands for Mount Sinai in Arabia, is a figure of the present city of Jerusalem, in slavery with all its people.
Genesis 21:33
Then Abraham planted a tamarisk tree in Beersheba and worshiped the LORD, the Everlasting God.
Genesis 22:19
Abraham went back to his servants, and they went together to Beersheba, where Abraham settled.
Genesis 26:33
He named the well "Vow." That is how the city of Beersheba got its name.
Genesis 46:1
Jacob packed up all he had and went to Beersheba, where he offered sacrifices to the God of his father Isaac.
1 Kings 19:3
Elijah was afraid and fled for his life; he took his servant and went to Beersheba in Judah. Leaving the servant there,