Genesis 4:2; Genesis 4:12; Genesis 8:10; Genesis 8:12; Genesis 8:21; Genesis 18:29; Genesis 25:1; Genesis 30:24; Genesis 37:5; Genesis 37:8; Genesis 38:5; Genesis 38:26; Genesis 44:23; Genesis 46:4
Again, she gave birth to his brother Abel. And Abel was a keeper of flocks, but Cain was a tiller of the ground.
"When you cultivate the ground, it will no longer yield its strength to you; you will be a vagrant and a wanderer on the earth."
So he waited yet another seven days; and again he sent out the dove from the ark.
Then he waited yet another seven days, and sent out the dove; but she did not return to him again.
The LORD smelled the soothing aroma; and the LORD said to Himself, "I will never again curse the ground on account of man, for the intent of man's heart is evil from his youth; and I will never again destroy every living thing, as I have done.
He spoke to Him yet again and said, "Suppose forty are found there?" And He said, "I will not do it on account of the forty."
Now Abraham took another wife, whose name was Keturah.
She named him Joseph, saying, "May the LORD give me another son."
Then Joseph had a dream, and when he told it to his brothers, they hated him even more .
Then his brothers said to him, "Are you actually going to reign over us? Or are you really going to rule over us?" So they hated him even more for his dreams and for his words.
She bore still another son and named him Shelah; and it was at Chezib that she bore him.
Judah recognized them, and said, "She is more righteous than I, inasmuch as I did not give her to my son Shelah." And he did not have relations with her again .
"You said to your servants, however, 'Unless your youngest brother comes down with you, you will not see my face again.'
"I will go down with you to Egypt, and I will also surely bring you up again; and Joseph will close your eyes."