Löydetty 391 Tulokset: water

  • The man went to the house, and Laban unloaded the camels. He provided straw and fodder for the camels and water for him and his companions to wash their feet. (Genesis 24, 32)

  • While I stand by the spring, if a girl comes out to draw water and I say to her, 'Please give me a little water to drink from your pitcher,' (Genesis 24, 43)

  • if she replies, 'Drink by all means, and I shall draw water for your camels too,' let her be the girl whom Yahweh has decreed for my master's son." (Genesis 24, 44)

  • I was still saying this in my mind when Rebekah came out, her pitcher on her shoulder. She came down to the spring and drew water. I said to her, "Please give me a drink." (Genesis 24, 45)

  • Quickly she lowered her pitcher saying, "Drink, and I shall water your camels too." (Genesis 24, 46)

  • But when Isaac's servants, digging in the valley, found a well of spring-water there, (Genesis 26, 19)

  • the herdsmen of Gerar disputed it with Isaac's herdsmen, saying, 'That water is ours!' So Isaac named the well Esek, because they had disputed with him. (Genesis 26, 20)

  • It happened, the same day, that Isaac's servants brought him news about the well they had been digging. 'We have found water!' they said to him. (Genesis 26, 32)

  • and only when all the flocks had collected there, did they roll the stone off the mouth of the well and water the sheep; then they would replace the stone over the mouth of the well. (Genesis 29, 3)

  • Then he said, 'But it is still broad daylight, not the time to round up the animals. Why don't you water the sheep and take them back to graze?' (Genesis 29, 7)

  • To which, they replied, 'We can't, until all the shepherds have assembled to roll the stone off the mouth of the well; then we can water the sheep.' (Genesis 29, 8)

  • He set up the shoots he had peeled in front of the animals, in the troughs, in the water-holes where the animals came to drink. Since they mated when they came to drink, (Genesis 30, 38)


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