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  • By the sweat of your face shall you eat bread, until you return to the earth from which you were taken. For dust you are, and unto dust you shall return.” (Genesis 3, 19)

  • Then in truth, Melchizedek, the king of Salem, brought forth bread and wine, for he was a priest of the Most High God; (Genesis 14, 18)

  • And I will set out a meal of bread, so that you may strengthen your heart; after this you will pass on. It is for this reason that you have turned aside to your servant.” And they said, “Do as you have spoken.” (Genesis 18, 5)

  • He pressed them very much to turn aside to him. And when they had entered his house, he made a feast for them, and he cooked unleavened bread, and they ate. (Genesis 19, 3)

  • And so Abraham arose in the morning, and taking bread and a skin of water, he placed it upon her shoulder, and he handed over the boy, and he released her. And when she had departed, she wandered in the wilderness of Beersheba. (Genesis 21, 14)

  • And bread was set out in his sight. But he said, “I will not eat, until I have spoken my words.” He answered him, “Speak.” (Genesis 24, 33)

  • And so, taking bread and the food of lentils, he ate, and he drank, and he went away, giving little weight to having sold the right of the firstborn. (Genesis 25, 34)

  • And she gave him the small meal, and she handed him the bread that she had baked. (Genesis 27, 17)

  • And then he made a vow, saying: “If God will be with me, and will guard me along the way by which I walk, and will give me bread to eat and clothing to wear, (Genesis 28, 20)

  • And after he had immolated sacrifices on the mountain, he called his brothers to eat bread. And when they had eaten, they lodged there. (Genesis 31, 54)

  • And sitting down to eat bread, they saw some Ishmaelites, travelers coming from Gilead, with their camels, carrying spices, and resin, and oil of myrrh into Egypt. (Genesis 37, 25)

  • Neither did he know anything other than the bread that he ate. Now Joseph was beautiful in form, and stately in appearance. (Genesis 39, 6)

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