Löydetty 455 Tulokset: water

  • the water in the skin was used up. So she put the child down under a shrub, (Genesis 21, 15)

  • Then God opened her eyes, and she saw a well of water. She went and filled the skin with water, and then let the boy drink. (Genesis 21, 19)

  • Near evening, at the time when women go out to draw water, he made the camels kneel by the well outside the city. (Genesis 24, 11)

  • While I stand here at the spring and the daughters of the townsmen are coming out to draw water, (Genesis 24, 13)

  • if I say to a girl, 'Please lower your jug, that I may drink,' and she answers, 'Take a drink, and let me give water to your camels, too,' let her be the one whom you have decided upon for your servant Isaac. In this way I shall know that you have dealt graciously with my master." (Genesis 24, 14)

  • the servant ran toward her and said, "Please give me a sip of water from your jug." (Genesis 24, 17)

  • When she had let him drink his fill, she said, "I will draw water for your camels, too, until they have drunk their fill." (Genesis 24, 19)

  • With that, she quickly emptied her jug into the drinking trough and ran back to the well to draw more water, until she had drawn enough for all the camels. (Genesis 24, 20)

  • The man then went inside; and while the camels were being unloaded and provided with straw and fodder, water was brought to bathe his feet and the feet of the men who were with him. (Genesis 24, 32)

  • While I stand here at the spring, if I say to a young woman who comes out to draw water, Please give me a little water from your jug, (Genesis 24, 43)

  • and she answers, Not only may you have a drink, but I will give water to your camels, too--let her be the woman whom the LORD has decided upon for my master's son.' (Genesis 24, 44)

  • "I had scarcely finished saying this prayer to myself when Rebekah came out with a jug on her shoulder. After she went down to the spring and drew water, I said to her, 'Please let me have a drink.' (Genesis 24, 45)


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