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  • Out in the country they found an Egyptian and brought him to David. They gave him some bread to eat and some water to drink; (1 Samuel 30, 11)

  • The people then all tried to persuade David to have some food while it was still daylight, but David swore this oath, 'May God bring unnameable ills on me, and worse ills, too, if I taste bread or anything whatever until the sun is down!' (2 Samuel 3, 35)

  • To all the people, to the whole multitude of Israelites, men and women, he then distributed to each a loaf of bread, a portion of dates and a raisin cake. Then the people all went back to their homes. (2 Samuel 6, 19)

  • the poor man had nothing but a ewe lamb, only a single little one which he had bought. He fostered it and it grew up with him and his children, eating his bread, drinking from his cup, sleeping in his arms; it was like a daughter to him. (2 Samuel 12, 3)

  • When David had passed a little beyond the summit, Meribbaal's retainer, Ziba, met him with a pair of donkeys, saddled and laden with two hundred loaves of bread, a hundred bunches of raisins, a hundred of the season's fruits, and a skin of wine. (2 Samuel 16, 1)

  • The king said to Ziba, 'What are you going to do with that?' 'The donkeys', Ziba replied, 'are for the king's family to ride, the bread and the fruit for the soldiers to eat, the wine is for drinking by those who get exhausted in the desert.' (2 Samuel 16, 2)

  • The ravens brought him bread in the morning and meat in the evening, and he quenched his thirst at the stream. (1 Kings 17, 6)

  • She was on her way to fetch it when he called after her. 'Please', he said, 'bring me a scrap of bread in your hand.' (1 Kings 17, 11)

  • 'As Yahweh your God lives,' she replied, 'I have no baked bread, but only a handful of meal in a jar and a little oil in a jug; I am just gathering a stick or two to go and prepare this for myself and my son to eat, and then we shall die.' (1 Kings 17, 12)

  • and say, "These are the king's orders: Put this man in prison and feed him on nothing but bread and water until I am safely home." ' (1 Kings 22, 27)

  • A man came from Baal-Shalishah, bringing the man of God bread from the first-fruits, twenty barley loaves and fresh grain still in the husk. 'Give it to the company to eat,' Elisha said. (2 Kings 4, 42)

  • until I come and take you away to a country like your own, a land of corn and good wine, a land of bread and vineyards, a land of oil and honey: and so you will survive and not die. Do not listen to Hezekiah; he is deluding you when he says: Yahweh will save us. (2 Kings 18, 32)


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