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Ge 1:8 God called the huge space “sky.” There was evening, and there was morning. It was day two. Ge 1:16 God made two great lights. He made the larger light to rule over the day. He made the smaller light to rule over the night. He also made the stars. Ge 2:24 That's why a man will leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife. The two of them will become one. Ge 4:19 Lamech married two women. One was named Adah, and the other was named Zillah. Ge 6:19 “Bring two of every living thing into the ark. Bring male and female of them into it. They will be kept alive with you. Ge 6:20 Two of every kind of bird will come to you. Two of every kind of animal will come to you. And two of every kind of creature that moves along the ground will come to you. All of them will be kept alive with you. Ge 7:2 “Take seven of every kind of ‘clean’ animal with you. Take male and female of them. Take two of every kind of animal that is not ‘clean.’ Take male and female of them. Ge 9:22 Ham saw his father's naked body. Ham was the father of Canaan. Ham went outside and told his two brothers. Ge 10:25 Eber was the father of two sons. One was named Peleg. That's because the earth was divided up in his time. His brother was named Joktan. Ge 11:10 Here is the story of Shem. It was two years after the flood. When Shem was 100 years old, he became the father of Arphaxad. Ge 13:11 So Lot chose the whole Jordan River valley for himself. Then he started out toward the east. The two men separated. Ge 15:10 Abram brought all of them to the Lord. Abram cut them in two. He placed the halves opposite each other. But he didn't cut the birds in half. Ge 19:1 The two angels arrived at Sodom in the evening. Lot was sitting near the gate of the city. When Lot saw them, he got up to meet them. He bowed down with his face to the ground. Ge 19:8 Look, I have two daughters. No man has ever made love to them. I'll bring them out to you now. Then do to them what you want to. But don't do anything to these men. I've brought them inside so they can be safe.” Ge 19:12 The two men said to Lot, “Do you have anyone else here? Do you have sons‑in‑law, sons or daughters? Does anyone else in the city belong to you? Get them out of here. Ge 19:15 The sun was coming up. So the angels tried to get Lot to leave. They said, “Hurry up! Take your wife and your two daughters who are here. Get out! If you don't, you will be swept away when the city is punished.” Ge 19:16 Lot didn't move right away. So the men grabbed him by the hand. They also took hold of the hands of his wife and two daughters. They led all of them safely out of the city. The Lord had mercy on them. Ge 19:30 Lot and his two daughters left Zoar. They went to settle down in the mountains. Lot was afraid to stay in Zoar. So he and his daughters lived in a cave. Ge 21:27 So Abraham gave Abimelech sheep and cattle. The two men made a peace treaty. Ge 21:31 That place was named Beersheba. That's because there the two men made a promise with an oath. Ge 22:3 Early the next morning Abraham got up. He put a saddle on his donkey. He took two of his servants and his son Isaac with him. He cut enough wood for the burnt offering. Then he started out for the place God had told him about. Ge 22:6 Abraham put the wood for the burnt offering on his son Isaac. He himself carried the fire and the knife. The two of them walked on together. Ge 22:8 Abraham answered, “God himself will provide the lamb for the burnt offering, my son.” The two of them walked on together. Ge 24:22 The camels finished drinking. Then the man took out a gold nose ring. It weighed a fifth of an ounce. He also took out two gold bracelets. They weighed four ounces. Ge 25:23 The Lord said to her, “Two nations are in your body. Two tribes that are now inside you will be separated. One nation will be stronger than the other. The older son will serve the younger one.” Ge 27:9 Go out to the flock. Bring me two of the finest young goats. I will prepare tasty food for your father. I'll make it just the way he likes it. Ge 27:36 Esau said, “Isn't Jacob just the right name for him? He has cheated me two times. First, he took my rights as the oldest son. And now he's taken my blessing!” Then Esau asked, “Haven't you saved any blessing for me?” Ge 29:16 Laban had two daughters. The name of the older one was Leah. And the name of the younger one was Rachel. Ge 31:33 So Laban went into Jacob's tent and Leah's tent. He went into the tent of their two female servants. But he didn't find anything. After he came out of Leah's tent, he entered Rachel's tent. Ge 31:37 You have searched through all of my things. What have you found that belongs to your family? Put it here in front of your relatives and mine. Let them decide between the two of us. Ge 31:41 That's what it was like for the 20 years I was living with you. “I worked for 14 years to get your two daughters. I worked for six years to get my share of your flocks. You changed my pay ten times. Ge 32:7 Jacob was very worried and afraid. So he separated the people who were with him into two groups. He also separated the flocks and herds and camels. Ge 32:10 You have been very kind and faithful to me. But I'm not worthy of any of this. When I crossed this Jordan River, all I had was my walking stick. But now I've become two groups. Ge 32:22 That night Jacob got up. He took his two wives, his two female servants and his 11 sons and sent them across the Jabbok River. Ge 33:1 Jacob looked up. And there was Esau, coming with his 400 men! So Jacob separated the children. He put them with Leah, Rachel and the two female servants. Ge 40:2 So Pharaoh became angry with his two officials, the chief wine taster and the chief baker. Ge 40:5 Then each of the two men had a dream. The men were the Egyptian king's baker and wine taster. They were being held in prison. Both of them had dreams the same night. Each of their dreams had its own meaning. Ge 41:1 When two full years had passed, Pharaoh had a dream. In his dream, he was standing by the Nile River. Ge 41:32 “God gave the dream to Pharaoh in two forms. That's because the matter has been firmly decided by God. And it's because God will do it soon. Ge 41:50 Before the years when there wasn't enough food, two sons were born to Joseph. He had them by Asenath, the daughter of Potiphera. Potiphera was the priest of On. Ge 44:27 “Your servant my father said to us, ‘You know that my wife had two sons by me. Ge 45:6 “For two years now, there hasn't been enough food in the land. And for the next five years, people won't be plowing or gathering crops. Ge 46:27 The total number of the members of Jacob's family who went to Egypt was 70. That includes the two sons who had been born to Joseph in Egypt. Ge 48:1 Some time later Joseph was told, “Your father is sick.” So he took his two sons Manasseh and Ephraim along with him. Ge 48:5 “Now then, two sons were born to you in Egypt. It happened before I came to you here. They will be counted as my own sons. Ephraim and Manasseh will belong to me, in the same way that Reuben and Simeon belong to me. Ge 49:14 “Issachar is like a donkey lying down between two saddlebags. Ex 1:15 There were two Hebrew women named Shiphrah and Puah. They helped other women who were having babies. The king of Egypt spoke to them. He said, Ex 2:13 The next day Moses went out again. He saw two Hebrew men fighting. He asked the one who had started the fight a question. He said, “Why are you hitting another Hebrew man?” Ex 16:16 Here is what the Lord has commanded. He has said, ‘Each one of you should gather as much as you need. Take two quarts for each person who lives in your tent.’ ” Ex 16:29 Keep in mind that I have given you the Sabbath day. That is why on the sixth day I give you bread for two days. All of you must stay where you are on the seventh day. No one can go out.” Ex 16:32 Moses said, “Here is what the Lord has commanded. He has said, ‘Get two quarts of manna. Keep it for all time to come. Then those who live after you will see the bread I gave you to eat in the desert. I gave it to you when I brought you out of Egypt.’ ” Ex 16:33 So Moses said to Aaron, “Get a jar. Put two quarts of manna in it. Then place it in front of the Lord. Keep it there for all time to come.” Ex 16:36 The jar had an omer of manna in it. An omer was two quarts. Ex 18:3 and her two sons. One son was named Gershom. That's because Moses had said, “I'm an outsider in a strange land.” Ex 18:6 Jethro had sent a message to him. It said, “I, your father‑in‑law Jethro, am coming to you. I'm bringing your wife and her two sons.” Ex 21:18 “Suppose two men get into a fight and argue with each other. One hits the other with a stone or his fist. He does not die but has to stay in bed. Ex 21:21 But he will not be punished if the slave gets up after a day or two. After all, the slave is his property. Ex 25:10 “Have them make a chest out of acacia wood. Make it three feet nine inches long and two feet three inches wide and high. Ex 25:12 “Make four gold rings for it. Join them to its four bottom corners. Put two rings on one side and two rings on the other. Ex 25:17 “Make its cover out of pure gold. The cover is the place where sin will be paid for. Make it three feet nine inches long and two feet three inches wide. Ex 25:18 “Make two cherubim out of hammered gold at the ends of the cover. Ex 25:22 “The chest is the ark where the tablets of the covenant are kept. I will meet with you above the cover between the two cherubim that are over the ark. There I will give you all of my commands for the people of Israel. Ex 25:23 “Make a table out of acacia wood. Make it three feet long, one foot six inches wide and two feet three inches high. Ex 26:16 Make each frame 15 feet long and two feet three inches wide. Ex 26:17 Add two small wooden pins to each frame. Make the pins stick out so that they are even with each other. Make all of the frames for the holy tent in the same way. Ex 26:19 And make 40 silver bases to go under them. Make two bases for each frame. Put one under each pin that sticks out. Ex 26:21 and 40 silver bases. Put two bases under each frame. Ex 26:23 Make two frames for the corners at the far end. Ex 26:24 At those two corners the frames must be double from top to bottom. They must be fitted into a single ring. Make both of them the same. Ex 26:25 There will be eight frames and 16 silver bases. There will be two bases under each frame. Ex 27:7 Put the poles through the rings. They will be on two sides of the altar for carrying it. Ex 28:7 It must have two shoulder straps joined to two of its corners. Ex 28:9 “Get two onyx stones. Carve the names of the sons of Israel on them. Ex 28:11 Carve the names of the sons of Israel on the two stones the way a jewel cutter carves a seal. “Then put the stones in fancy gold settings. Ex 28:14 Make two braided chains out of pure gold. Make them like ropes. Join the chains to the settings. Ex 28:23 Make two gold rings for the chest cloth. Connect them to two corners of it. Ex 28:24 Join the two gold chains to the rings at the corners of the chest cloth. Ex 28:25 Join the other ends of the chains to the two settings. Join them to the shoulder straps on the front of the linen apron. Ex 28:26 “Make two gold rings. Connect them to the other two corners of the chest cloth. Put them on the inside edge next to the apron. Ex 28:27 Make two more gold rings. Connect them to the bottom of the shoulder straps on the front of the apron. Put them close to the seam. Put them right above the waistband of the apron. Ex 28:34 Sew a gold bell between every two pomegranates all around the hem of the robe. Ex 29:1 “Here is what you must do to set Aaron and his sons apart to serve me as priests. “Get a young bull and two rams. They must not have any flaws. Ex 29:3 Put everything in a basket. Offer them along with the bull and the two rams. Ex 29:38 “Every day offer on the altar two lambs that are a year old. Ex 30:4 “Make two gold rings for the altar below the strip. Put the rings across from each other. They will hold the poles that are used to carry it. Ex 31:18 The Lord finished speaking to Moses on Mount Sinai. Then he gave him the two tablets of the covenant. They were made out of stone. The words on them were written by the finger of God. Ex 32:15 Moses turned and went down the mountain. He had the two tablets of the covenant in his hands. Words were written on both sides of the tablets, front and back. Ex 34:1 The Lord said to Moses, “Cut out two stone tablets that are just like the first ones. I will write on them the words that were on the first tablets, which you broke. Ex 34:4 So Moses carved out two stone tablets that were just like the first ones. Early in the morning he went up Mount Sinai. He carried the two tablets in his hands. He did as the Lord had commanded him to do. Ex 34:29 Moses came down from Mount Sinai. He had the two tablets of the covenant in his hands. His face was shining because he had spoken with the Lord. But he didn't realize it. Ex 36:21 Each frame was 15 feet long and two feet three inches wide. Ex 36:22 The workers added two small wooden pins to each frame. The pins stuck out so that they were even with each other. The workers made all of the frames of the holy tent in the same way. Ex 36:24 And they made 40 silver bases to go under them. They made two bases for each frame. They put one under each pin that stuck out. Ex 36:26 and 40 silver bases. They put two bases under each frame. Ex 36:28 They made two frames for the corners of the holy tent at the far end. Ex 36:29 At those two corners the frames were double from top to bottom. They were fitted into a single ring. The workers made both of them the same. Ex 36:30 So there were eight frames and 16 silver bases. There were two bases under each frame. Ex 37:1 Bezalel made the ark of the covenant out of acacia wood. It was three feet nine inches long and two feet three inches wide and high. Ex 37:3 He made four gold rings for it. He joined them to its four bottom corners. He put two rings on one side and two rings on the other. Ex 37:6 He made its cover out of pure gold. It was three feet nine inches long and two feet three inches wide. The cover is the place where sin is paid for.