Bible Cross References
Genesis 4:19
Lamech had two wives, Adah and Zillah.
Genesis 4:23
Lamech said to his wives, "Adah and Zillah, listen to me: I have killed a young man because he struck me.
Genesis 29:23-29
But that night, instead of Rachel, he took Leah to Jacob, and Jacob had intercourse with her.
(Laban gave his slave woman Zilpah to his daughter Leah as her maid.)
Not until the next morning did Jacob discover that it was Leah. He went to Laban and said, "Why did you do this to me? I worked to get Rachel. Why have you tricked me?"
Laban answered, "It is not the custom here to give the younger daughter in marriage before the older.
Wait until the week's marriage celebrations are over, and I will give you Rachel, if you will work for me another seven years."
Jacob agreed, and when the week of marriage celebrations was over, Laban gave him his daughter Rachel as his wife.
(Laban gave his slave woman Bilhah to his daughter Rachel as her maid.)
Judges 8:30
He had seventy sons, because he had many wives.
Matthew 19:8
Jesus answered, "Moses gave you permission to divorce your wives because you are so hard to teach. But it was not like that at the time of creation.
Genesis 16:1
Abram's wife Sarai had not borne him any children. But she had an Egyptian slave woman named Hagar,
Genesis 16:2
and so she said to Abram, "The LORD has kept me from having children. Why don't you sleep with my slave? Perhaps she can have a child for me." Abram agreed with what Sarai said.
Genesis 25:21
Because Rebecca had no children, Isaac prayed to the LORD for her. The LORD answered his prayer, and Rebecca became pregnant.
Genesis 29:31
When the LORD saw that Leah was loved less than Rachel, he made it possible for her to have children, but Rachel remained childless.
Judges 13:2
At that time there was a man named Manoah from the town of Zorah. He was a member of the tribe of Dan. His wife had never been able to have children.
Luke 1:7
They had no children because Elizabeth could not have any, and she and Zechariah were both very old.