I was asked by a fellow BW user to construct a search for the following and having trouble putting it together:
"Times in the OT where one imperative is followed by another imperative within (20?) words, but where the LXX does not translate the second imperative with an imperative.
Make sense? In other words, I'm looking for passages similar to Genesis 12:1-2, where there are the imperatives "Go" and "be a blessing," but where the LXX (and most other translations) translate "be a blessing" with something other than an imperative, thus understanding it as a purpose/result clause. (I realize I'll probably get a lot of future-indicatives, and that's fine---it will at least tip me off to those places where I might find Hebrew imperatives being understood in a result/purpose sense.)"
I have fiddled around a bit but have been unable to set something up in the GSE that gets at this. I know that even the best search will not be exact, but I want to give him something. Any suggestions? I tried to see if anything in the Parallel Hebrew and LXX would get me what is wanted but didn't see a way to do it.