'Replied' in the Bible
The man replied, "I heard you moving about in the orchard, and I was afraid because I was naked, so I hid."
Then the man replied, "The woman You gave to be with me-she gave me [some fruit] from the tree, and I ate."
So the Lord God said to the woman, "What is this you have done?" And the woman replied, "The serpent tricked me, and I ate."
Then the Lord said to Cain, "Where is your brother Abel?" "I don't know," he replied. "Am I my brother's guardian?"
Then the Lord replied to him, "In that case, whoever kills Cain will suffer vengeance seven times over." And He placed a mark on Cain so that whoever found him would not kill him.
But Abram replied to the king of Sodom, "I raise my hand to the Lord, the Most High God, Creator of heaven and earth, and vow
But Abram replied, "Lord GOD, what can you give me since I continue to be childless, and the heir of my household is Eliezer from Damascus?
But he replied, "Lord GOD, how will I know that I will inherit it?"
Abram replied to Sarai, "Here, your slave is in your hands; do whatever you want with her." Then Sarai mistreated her so much that she ran away from her.
He said, "Hagar, slave of Sarai, where have you come from, and where are you going?" She replied, "I'm running away from my mistress Sarai."
But God replied, "No, but your wife Sarah will give birth to your son, and you are to name him Isaac. I'll confirm my covenant with him as an eternal covenant for his descendants.
I will bring a bit of bread so that you may strengthen yourselves. This is why you have passed your servant's [way]. Later, you can continue on." "Yes," they replied, "do as you have said."
The men asked him, "Where is your wife Sarah?" "There, in the tent," he replied.
Sarah denied it. "I did not laugh," she said, because she was afraid. But He replied, "No, you did laugh."
So the Lord replied, "If I find in the city of Sodom fifty godly people, I will spare the whole place for their sake."
suppose the 50 righteous lack five. Will you destroy the whole city for lack of five?" He replied, "I will not destroy [it] if I find 45 there."
Abraham continued to speak to him, asking, "What if 40 are found there?" The LORD replied, "I won't do it for the sake of those 40."
Then Abraham said, "May the Lord not be angry so that I may speak! What if thirty are found there?" He replied, "I will not do it if I find thirty there."
Then he said, "Since I have ventured to speak to the Lord, suppose 20 are found there?" He replied, "I will not destroy [it] on account of 20."
Finally, Abraham inquired, "I hope my LORD will not be angry if I speak only once more. What if ten are found there?" He replied, "For the sake of those ten I won't destroy it."
He said, "Here, my lords, please turn aside to your servant's house. Stay the night and wash your feet. Then you can be on your way early in the morning." "No," they replied, "we'll spend the night in the town square."
But they replied, "Get out of the way! This man came here as a foreigner, and now he's acting like a judge! So we're going to deal more harshly with you than with them." Then they pushed hard against the man (that is, against Lot), intending to break down the door.
"All right," the angel replied to Lot, "I'll agree with your request! I won't overthrow the town that you mentioned.
Then God replied to him in the dream, "I know that you did this with pure intentions, and it was I who kept you from sinning against me. Therefore, I didn't allow you to touch her.
Abraham replied, "I thought, 'There is absolutely no fear of God in this place. They will kill me because of my wife.'
And Abraham replied, "I agree!"
Abimelech replied, "I don't know who did this thing. You didn't report anything to me, so I hadn't heard about it until today."
He replied, "You are to accept the seven ewe lambs from my hand so that this act will serve as my witness that I dug this well."
Some time after these things God tested Abraham. He said to him, "Abraham!" "Here I am!" Abraham replied.
Then Isaac spoke to his father Abraham and said, "My father." And he replied, "Here I am, my son." Isaac said, "The fire and the wood are here, but where is the lamb for the burnt offering?"
"God will provide for himself the lamb for the burnt offering, my son," Abraham replied. The two of them continued on together.
But the Angel of the Lord called to him from heaven and said, "Abraham, Abraham!" He replied, "Here I am."
The Hittites replied to Abraham,
(Now Ephron was sitting among the sons of Heth.) Ephron the Hethite replied to Abraham in the hearing of the sons of Heth -- before all who entered the gate of his city --
"Make sure not to take my son there," Abraham replied.
She replied, "Drink, my lord." She quickly lowered her jug to her hand and gave him a drink.
"That's when I asked, "Whose daughter are you?' "She replied, "I'm the daughter of Bethuel, Nahor's son, whom Milcah bore for him.'
"Since this has come from the LORD," Laban and Bethuel both replied, "we cannot speak one way or another.
But Rebekah's brother and her mother replied, "Let the girl stay with us a few more days, perhaps ten. Then she can go."
They called Rebekah and said to her, "Will you go with this man?" She replied, "I will go."
and asked Abraham's servant, "Who is that man walking in the field toward us?" "That is my master," the servant replied. So she took her veil and covered herself.
Jacob replied, "First sell me your birthright."
"Look! I'm about to die," Esau replied. "What good is this birthright to me?"
Later on, the men of that place asked about his wife, so he replied, "She's my sister," because he was afraid to call her "my wife." He kept thinking, ""otherwise, the men around here will kill me on account of Rebekah, since she's very beautiful."
So Abimelech summoned Isaac and said, "She is really your wife! Why did you say, 'She is my sister'?" Isaac replied, "Because I thought someone might kill me to get her."
They replied, "We have clearly seen how the Lord has been with you. We think there should be an oath between two parties-between us and you. Let us make a covenant with you:
When Isaac was old and his eyes were so weak that he was almost blind, he called his older son Esau and said to him, "My son!" "Here I am!" Esau replied.
"My son," she replied, "let any curse against you fall on me. Just listen to me, then go and get them for me."
who went to his father and said, "My father"" "It's me!" he replied. "Which one are you, my son?"
Jacob replied to his father, "I am Esau, your firstborn. I have done as you told me. Please sit up and eat some of my game so that you may bless me."
But Isaac said to his son, "How did you ever find it so quickly, my son?" He replied, "Because the Lord your God worked it out for me."
Again he asked, "Are you really my son Esau?" And he replied, "I am."
"Come closer to me," Isaac replied, "so I can eat some of the game, my son, and then bless you." So Jacob came closer, and Isaac ate. Jacob also brought wine so his father could drink.
His father Isaac asked, "Who are you?" "I am your firstborn son," he replied, "Esau!"
But he replied, "Your brother came deceitfully and took your blessing."
[Esau] replied, Is he not rightly named Jacob [the supplanter]? For he has supplanted me these two times: he took away my birthright, and now he has taken away my blessing! Have you not still a blessing reserved for me?
Isaac replied to Esau, "Look! I have made him lord over you. I have made all his relatives his servants and provided him with grain and new wine. What is left that I can do for you, my son?"
At this, his father Isaac replied to him, "Look! Away from the fertile land will be your dwellings; away from the dew of the skies above.
Jacob asked them, "My brothers, where are you from?" They replied, "We're from Haran."
"Do you happen to know Nahor's son Laban?" he inquired. "We do," they replied.
"Is he well?" Jacob asked. They replied, "He is well. Now look, here comes his daughter Rachel with the sheep."
"Look!" Jacob replied. "The sun is still high. It's not yet time for the flocks to be gathered. Let's water the sheep, then let them graze."
But they replied, "We can't, until all the flocks have been gathered and the stone is rolled from the well's opening. Then we will water the sheep."
Laban replied, "Better that I give her to you than to some other man. Stay with me."
"It is not our custom here," Laban replied, "to give the younger daughter in marriage before the firstborn.
She replied, "Here is my servant Bilhah! Have sexual relations with her so that she can bear children for me and I can have a family through her."
But Leah replied to her, "Isn't it enough that you have taken my husband? Now you also want to take my son's mandrakes?" "Well," Rachel said, "you can sleep with him tonight in exchange for your son's mandrakes."
But Jacob replied to Laban, "You know how I've served you and how your cattle thrived under my care.
So Laban asked, "What should I give you?" "You don't need to give me a thing," Jacob replied, "but if you agree to this one condition, I will continue to care for your flocks and protect them:
"Okay," Laban replied. "We'll do it the way you've asked."
"Later, the angel of God spoke to me in a dream, "Jacob.' ""Here I am,' I replied
Then Rachel and Leah replied to him, "Do we still have any portion or inheritance in our father's house?
"I was afraid," Jacob replied. "I thought you might take your daughters from me.
Laban replied to Jacob, "These women are my daughters, these children are my grandchildren, and these flocks are my flocks. All that you see belongs to me. But how can I harm these daughters of mine today or the children to whom they have given birth?
and said, "Let me go, because the dawn has come." "I won't let you go," Jacob replied, "unless you bless me."
"Your name won't be Jacob anymore," the man replied, "but Israel, because you exerted yourself against both God and men, and you've emerged victorious."
Then Jacob asked, "Please tell me your name." "Why do you ask my name?" the man replied. Then he blessed Jacob there.
When Esau looked up and saw the women and the children, he asked, "Who are these people with you?" Jacob replied, "The children whom God has graciously given your servant."
Esau then asked, "What did you intend by sending all these herds to meet me?" Jacob replied, "To find favor in your sight, my lord."
"I have enough, my brother," Esau replied. "Keep what you have."
But Jacob replied, No, I beg of you, if now I have found favor in your sight, receive my gift that I am presenting; for truly to see your face is to me as if I had seen the face of God, and you have received me favorably.
Jacob replied, "My lord knows that the children are weak, and I have nursing sheep and cattle. If they are driven hard for one day, the whole herd will die.
Esau said, "Let me leave some of my people with you." But he replied, "Why do that? Please indulge me, my lord."
But Simeon and Levi replied, "Should he treat our sister like a common prostitute?"
At this, his brothers replied, "Do you really think you're going to rule us or lord it over us?" So they hated him even more because of his dreams and his interpretations of them.
Israel said to Joseph, "Your brothers, you know, are pasturing [the flocks] at Shechem. Get ready. I'm sending you to them." "I'm ready," Joseph replied.
He replied, "I'm looking for my brothers. Please tell me where they are grazing their flocks."
"I will send you a young goat from my flock," he replied. But she said, "Only if you leave something [with me] until you send it."
He said, "What pledge should I give you?" She replied, "Your seal, your cord, and the staff that's in your hand." So he gave them to her and had sex with her. She became pregnant by him.
He asked the men who lived in that area, "Where's that temple prostitute who was sitting alongside the road at Enaim?" But they replied, "There's been no temple prostitute here."
Judah replied, "Let her keep [the items] for herself; otherwise we will become a laughingstock. After all, I did send this young goat, but you couldn't find [her]."
"We had a dream," they replied, "but there's no one to interpret it." "Interpretations belong to God," Joseph told them, "so please tell me your stories."
"This is its interpretation," Joseph replied. "The three baskets are three days.
"I can't do that," Joseph replied, "but God is concerned about Pharaoh's well-being."
"Pharaoh's dreams are identical," Joseph replied. "God has told Pharaoh what he is getting ready to do.
When Joseph saw his brothers, he recognized them, but he treated them like strangers and spoke harshly to them. "Where do you come from?" he asked. "From the land of Canaan to buy food," they replied.
"No, your majesty," they replied. "Your servants have come here to buy food.
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