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  • Instead, water flowed out of the ground and watered all the surface of the soil. (Genesis 2, 6)

  • A river flowed from Eden to water the garden, and from there it divided to make four streams. (Genesis 2, 10)

  • But the dove, finding nowhere to perch, returned to him in the ark, for there was water over the whole surface of the earth; putting out his hand he took hold of it and brought it back into the ark with him. (Genesis 8, 9)

  • Let me have a little water brought, and you can wash your feet and have a rest under the tree. (Genesis 18, 4)

  • Early next morning, Abraham took some bread and a skin of water and, giving them to Hagar, put the child on her shoulder and sent her away. She wandered off into the desert of Beersheba. (Genesis 21, 14)

  • When the skin of water was finished she abandoned the child under a bush. (Genesis 21, 15)

  • Then God opened Hagar's eyes and she saw a well, so she went and filled the skin with water and gave the boy a drink. (Genesis 21, 19)

  • In the evening, at the time when women come out to draw water, he made the camels kneel outside the town near the well. (Genesis 24, 11)

  • While I stand by the spring as the young women from the town come out to draw water, (Genesis 24, 13)

  • I shall say to one of the girls, "Please lower your pitcher and let me drink." And if she answers, "Drink, and I shall water your camels too," let her be the one you have decreed for your servant Isaac; by this I shall know you have shown faithful love to my master' (Genesis 24, 14)

  • Running towards her, the servant said, 'Please give me a sip of water from your pitcher.' (Genesis 24, 17)

  • When she had finished letting him drink, she said, 'I shall draw water for your camels, too, until they have had enough.' (Genesis 24, 19)


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