@MatthewMiller Ever heard of John Sailhamer? I don't agree with him on every point, but "The Pentateuch as Narrative" is an excellent source. I'd highly recommend it and I think you'd love it. He does an excellent job of drawing out connections like this.
I've recently created a Google Chrome plugin that does this on a few bible websites: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/texan-bible-2nd-person-pl/hecahobcfkfdpifomfgoikegbeeiolmd
It's also an option here: http://biblewebapp.com/app/
^^^ That web app is pretty spiffy. (Haven't tried the Chrome plugin.)
@JonEricson heh, so much for science -- I checked a few metas to see if there's a convention, and...nada. I did notice that MSO has "scope" but doesn't have the other -- but it does have "off-topic". So it probably doesn't matter so long as either one gets you there; my gut has a very slight preference for "scope" but I don't know why.
@JonEricson, nice comment here. I don't know what he meant by that either, but you handled it well.
@MonicaCellio In order to approve them, I needed to find the list. There were only two, including my own. It's odd that moderator's synonym proposals don't take immediate effect like so many of the rest of our decisions...
^^^ I'm following our process (though they're starting to pile up), but this one's below average for its class so it might be worth an earlier look. It's not actively terrible (hence no VLQ flag or delete vote), but it's very forum-y. I left a comment.