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Make thee an ark of pine tree, and make chambers in the ark, and pitch it, within and without, with pitch.

And of this fashion shalt thou make it: The length of the ark shall be three hundred cubits, and the breadth of it fifty cubits, and the height of it thirty cubits.

A window shalt thou make above in the ark. And within a cubit compass shalt thou finish it. And the door of the ark shalt thou set in the side of it: and thou shalt make it with three lofts - one above another.

But I will make mine covenant with thee, that both thou shalt come into the ark and thy sons, thy wife and thy sons' wives with thee.

"See, I make my covenant with you and your seed after you,

I make my covenant with you, that henceforth all flesh shall not be destroyed with the waters of any flood, and that henceforth there shall not be a flood to destroy the earth."

And God said, "This is the token of my covenant which I make between me and you, and between all living thing, that is with you forever:

And then will I think upon my covenant which I have made between me and you, and all that liveth, whatsoever flesh it be. So that henceforth there shall be no more waters to make a flood to destroy all flesh.

And they said, one to another, "Come on, let us make brick and burn it with fire." So brick was their stone and slime was their mortar.

And I will make thy seed as the dust of the earth: so that if a man can number the dust of the earth, then shall thy seed also be numbered.

And he said unto Abram, "Know this of a surety, that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land that pertaineth not unto them. And they shall make bondmen of them and entreat them evil, four hundred years.

And I will make my covenant between thee and me, and will multiply thee exceedingly."

and I will multiply thee exceedingly, and will make nations of thee: yea, and kings shall spring out of thee.

Then said God, "Nay. Sara thy wife shall bear thee a son, and thou shalt call his name Isaac. And I will make my covenant with him, that it shall be an everlasting covenant unto his seed after him.

And as concerning Ishmael also, I have heard thy request: lo, I will bless him and increase him, and multiply him exceedingly. Twelve princes shall he beget, and I will make a great nation of him.

But my covenant will I make with Isaac, which Sara shall bear unto thee: even this time, twelve month."

And Abraham went a pace into his tent unto Sara, and said, Make ready at once three pecks of fine meal; knead it, and make cakes."

behold, inasmuch as thy servant hath found grace in thy sight, now make thy mercy great which thou showest unto me in saving my life. For I cannot save myself in the mountains, lest some misfortune fall upon me and I die.

Moreover of the son of the bondwoman will I make a nation, because he is thy seed."

Arise and lift up the lad, and take him in thy hand, for I will make of him a great people."

that I may make thee swear by the LORD that is God of heaven and God of the earth, that thou shalt not take a wife unto my son, of the daughters of the Canaanites, among which I dwell.

Then said they, "We saw that the LORD was with thee, and therefore we said that there should be an oath betwixt us and thee, and that we would make a bond with thee:

and make me meat such as I love, and bring it me and let me eat that my soul may bless thee before that I die."

'bring me venison and make me meat, that I may eat and bless thee before the LORD yer I die.'

get thee to the flock, and bring me thence two good kids, and I will make meat of them for thy father, such as he loveth.

Now therefore my son hear my voice, make thee ready, and flee to Laban my brother at Haran:

For it was but little that thou hadst before I came, and now it is increased into a multitude, and the LORD hath blessed thee for my sake. But now when shall I make provision for mine own house also?"

Now therefore, come on, let us make a bond, I and thou together, and let it be a witness between thee and me."

Thou saidest that thou wouldest surely do me good, and wouldest make my seed as the sand of the sea which can not be numbered for multitude."

and make marriages with us: give your daughters unto us, and take our daughters unto you,

And God said unto Jacob, "Arise and get thee up to Bethel, and dwell there. And make there an altar unto God that appeared unto thee, when thou fleddest from Esau thy brother."

Then said Jacob unto his household, and to all that were with him, "Put away the strange gods that are among you and make yourselves clean, and change your garments,

and let us arise and go up to Bethel, that I may make an altar there, unto God which heard me in the day of my tribulation and was with me in the way which I went."

But think on me with thee, when thou art in good case, and show mercy unto me. And make mention of me to Pharaoh, and help to bring me out of this house:

And let Pharaoh make officers over the land, and take up the fifth part of the land of Egypt in the seven plenteous years

When Joseph saw Benjamin with them, he said to the ruler of his house, "Bring these men home, and slay and make ready: for they shall dine with me at noon."

Then said Judah, "What shall we say unto my lord? What shall we speak, or what excuse can we make? God hath found out the wickedness of thy servants. Behold, both we and he with whom the cup is found, are thy servants."

Wherefore God sent me before you to make provision, that ye might continue in the earth and to save your lives by a great deliverance.

There will I make provision for thee: for there remain yet five years of dearth, lest thou and thy household and all that thou hast perish.'

Therefore, tell my father of all my honour which I have in Egypt and of all that ye have seen, and make haste and bring in father hither."

And he said, "I am that mighty God of thy father, fear not to go down into Egypt. For I will make of thee there a great people.

These be the children of Lea which she bare unto Jacob in Mesopotamia with his daughter Dina. All these souls of his sons and daughters make thirty and six.

The land of Egypt is open before thee: In the best place of the land make both thy father and thy brethren dwell. And even in the land of Goshen let them dwell. Moreover, if thou know any men of activity among them, make them rulers over my cattle."

and said unto me, "Behold, I will make thee grow and will multiply thee, and will make a great number of people of thee, and will give this land unto thee, and unto thy seed after thee, unto an everlasting possession.

And he blessed them, saying, "At the example of these, the Israelites shall bless and say, 'God make thee as Ephraim and as Manasseh.'" Thus set he Ephraim before Manasseh.

When the inhabiters of the land the Canaanites saw the mourning in the field of Atad, they said, "This is a great mourning which the Egyptians make." Wherefore the name of the place is called Abelmizraim, which place lieth beyond Jordan.

And Pharaoh said furthermore, "Behold, there is much people in the land, and ye make them play and let their work stand."

"See that ye give the people no more straw to make brick withal, as ye did in time past: let them go and gather them straw themselves.

And the number of bricks which they were wont to make in time past, lay unto their charge also, and minish nothing thereof. For they be idle and therefore cry, saying, 'Let us go and do sacrifice unto our God.'

There is no straw given unto thy servants, and yet they say unto us, 'make brick.' And lo, thy servants are beaten, and thy people is foul intreated."

But the LORD shall make a division between the beasts of the Israelites, and the beasts of the Egyptians: so that there shall nothing die of all that pertaineth to the children of Israel.'"

and it shall turn to dust in all the land of Egypt, and shall make swelling sores with blains both on man and beast in all the land of Egypt."

Moreover, seek out, among all the people, men of activity which fear God; and men that are true and hate covetousness: and make them heads over the people, captains over thousands, over hundreds, over fifty, and over ten.

"Thou shalt make thee no graven image, neither any similitude that is in heaven above, either in the earth beneath, or in the water that is beneath the earth.

Ye shall not make therefore with me gods of silver nor gods of gold: in no wise shall ye do it.

An altar of earth thou shalt make unto me and thereon offer thy burnt offerings and thy peace offerings, and thy sheep and thine oxen. And in all places where I shall put the remembrance of my name, thither I will come unto thee and bless thee.

But and if thou wilt make me an altar of stone, see thou make it not of hewed stone, for if thou lift up thy tool upon it, thou shalt pollute it.

the owner of the pit shall make it good and give money unto their master, and the dead beast shall be his.

except the su be up when he is found, then there shall be blood shed for him. A thief shall make restitution: If he have not wherewith, he shall be sold for his theft.

If a man do hurt field or vineyard, so that he put in his beast to feed in another man's field: of the best of his own field, and of the best of his own vineyard, shall he make restitution.

"If fire break out and catch in the thorns, so that the stacks of corn or the standing corn or field be consumed therewith: he that kindled the fire shall make restitution.

then shall an oath of the LORD go between them, whether he have put his hand unto his neighbor's good, and the owner of it shall take the oath, and the other shall not make it good.

If it be stolen from him, then he shall make restitution unto the owner:

If it be torn with wild beasts, then let him bring record of the tearing: and he shall not make it good.

When a man borroweth ought of his neighbor if it be hurt or else die, and if the owner thereof be not by, he shall make it good:

If the owner thereof be by, he shall not make it good, namely if it be a hired thing and came for hire.

And in all things that I have said unto you, be circumspect. And make no rehearsal of the names of strange gods, neither let any man hear them out of your mouths.

I will send my fear before thee and will kill all the people whither thou shalt go. And I will make all thine enemies turn their backs unto thee,

And I will make thy coasts from the reed sea unto the sea of the Philistines, and from the desert unto the river. I will deliver the inhabiters of the land into thine hand, and thou shalt drive them out before thee.

And thou shalt make none covenant with them nor with their gods.

Neither shall they dwell in thy land, lest they make thee sin against me: for if thou serve their gods, it will surely be thy decay."

And I shall show thee the fashion of the habitation and of all the ornaments thereof; even so, see that ye make it in all things.

And they shall make an ark of sethim-wood; two cubits and a half long, a cubit and a half broad, and a cubit and a half high.

And thou shalt overlay it with pure gold: both within and without, and shalt make on high upon it, a crown of gold round about.

And thou shalt make staves of sethim-wood and cover them with gold,

"And thou shalt make a mercy seat of pure gold, two cubits and a half long and a cubit and a half broad.

and set the one cherub on the one end and the other on the other end of the mercy seat: so see that thou make them on the two ends thereof.

Thou shalt also make a table of sethim-wood, of two cubits long and one cubit broad and a cubit and a half high.

And cover it with pure gold and make thereto a crown of gold round about.

And make unto that a hoop of four fingers broad, round about. And make a golden crown also to the hoop round about.

And make for it four rings of gold and put them in the corners that are on the four feet thereof:

And thou shalt make staves of sethim-wood and overlay them with gold, that the table may be borne with them.

"And thou shalt make a candlestick of pure thick gold with his shaft, branches, bowls, knops and flowers proceeding thereout.

And thou shalt make seven lamps and put them on high thereon, to give light unto the other side that is over against it:

An hundred pound weight of fine gold shall make it with all the apparel.

And see that thou make them after the fashion that was showed thee in the mount."

"Then shalt thou make loops of jacinth colour, along by the edge of the one curtain even in the selvedge of the coupling curtain. And likewise shalt thou make in the edge of the utmost curtain that is coupled therewith on the other side.

Fifty loops shalt thou make in the one curtain, and fifty in the edge of the other that is coupled therewith on the other side: so that the loops be one over against another.

And thou shalt make fifty buttons of gold, and couple the curtain together with the buttons: that it may be a habitation.