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(1.00)Lev 25:8

“‘You must count off seven weeks of years, seven times seven years, and the days of the seven weeks of years will amount to forty-nine years.

(0.87)Gen 41:26

The seven good cows represent seven years, and the seven good heads of grain represent seven years. Both dreams have the same meaning.

(0.80)Gen 26:23

From there Isaac went up to Beer Sheba.

(0.80)Gen 28:10

Meanwhile Jacob left Beer Sheba and set out for Haran.

(0.80)Deu 15:1

At the end of every seven years you must declare a cancellation of debts.

(0.80)Jos 15:28

Hazar Shual, Beer Sheba, Biziothiah,

(0.80)1Ch 4:28

They lived in Beer Sheba, Moladah, Hazar Shual,

(0.80)Ezr 2:5

the descendants of Arah: 775;

(0.80)Ezr 2:9

the descendants of Zaccai: 760;

(0.80)Neh 7:14

the descendants of Zaccai, 760;

(0.80)Neh 11:27

in Hazar Shual, in Beer Sheba and its villages,

(0.80)Psa 119:164

Seven times a day I praise you because of your just regulations.

(0.71)Gen 22:19

Then Abraham returned to his servants, and they set out together for Beer Sheba where Abraham stayed.

(0.71)Gen 29:27

Complete my older daughter’s bridal week. Then we will give you the younger one too, in exchange for seven more years of work.”

(0.71)Gen 41:27

The seven lean, bad-looking cows that came up after them represent seven years, as do the seven empty heads of grain burned with the east wind. They represent seven years of famine.

(0.71)Gen 47:28

Jacob lived in the land of Egypt seventeen years; the years of Jacob’s life were 147 in all.

(0.71)2Ki 12:1

(12:2) In Jehu’s seventh year Jehoash became king; he reigned for forty years in Jerusalem. His mother was Zibiah, who was from Beer Sheba.

(0.71)2Ch 24:1

Joash was seven years old when he began to reign. He reigned for forty years in Jerusalem. His mother was Zibiah, who was from Beer Sheba.

(0.70)Gen 21:28

Then Abraham set seven ewe lambs apart from the flock by themselves.

(0.70)Gen 41:6

Then seven heads of grain, thin and burned by the east wind, were sprouting up after them.