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  • God said, "Let the waters below the sky be gathered together in one place and let dry land appear." And so it was. (Genesis 1, 9)

  • God called the dry land 'Earth', and the waters gathered together he called 'Seas'. God saw that it was good. (Genesis 1, 10)

  • In the year six hundred and one, in the first month, on the first day of the month, the waters dried up from the earth. Noah then removed the covering from the ark and looked out and saw that the surface of the earth was dry. (Genesis 8, 13)

  • On the twenty-seventh day of the second month, the earth was dry. (Genesis 8, 14)

  • You will raise your staff and stretch your hand over the sea and divide it to let the Israelites go dryfoot through the sea. (Exodus 14, 16)

  • Moses stretched his hand over the sea and Yahweh made a strong east wind blow all night and dry up the sea. The waters divided (Exodus 14, 21)

  • and the sons of Israel went on dry ground through the middle of the sea, with the waters forming a wall to their right and to their left. (Exodus 14, 22)

  • As for the Israelites they went forward on dry ground in the middle of the sea, the waters forming a wall on their right and their left. (Exodus 14, 29)

  • When Pharaoh's chariots, horses and horsemen went into the sea, Yahweh brought back the waters over them, while the people of Israel walked on dry ground through the sea. (Exodus 15, 19)

  • Every grain offering, mixed with oil or dry, is to belong to all the sons of Aaron equally. (Leviticus 7, 10)

  • put on worn-out and patched sandals and clothes. For their journey, they brought some dry bread, broken into pieces. (Joshua 9, 5)

  • Look at our bread which was warm when we took it from our houses to come and meet you, but see how dry it has become and how it has broken into pieces. (Joshua 9, 12)


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