Talált 299 Eredmények: food

  • But a slave whom a priest acquires by purchase or who is born in his house may eat of his food. (Leviticus 21, 11)

  • But if a priest's daughter is widowed or divorced and, having no children, returns to her father's house, she may then eat of her father's food as in her youth. No layman, however, may eat of it. (Leviticus 21, 13)

  • nor receive from a foreigner any such animals to offer up as the food of your God; since they are deformed or defective, they will not be acceptable for you." (Leviticus 21, 25)

  • While the land has its sabbath, all its produce will be food equally for you yourself and for your male and female slaves, for your hired help and the tenants who live with you, (Leviticus 24, 6)

  • The land will yield its fruit and you will have food in abundance, so that you may live there without worry. (Leviticus 24, 19)

  • You are to lend him neither money at interest nor food at a profit. (Leviticus 24, 37)

  • your threshing will last till vintage time, and your vintage till the time for sowing, and you will have food to eat in abundance, so that you may dwell securely in your land. (Leviticus 25, 5)

  • So much of the old crops will you have stored up for food that you will have to discard them to make room for the new. (Leviticus 25, 10)

  • And as I cut off your supply of bread, ten women will need but one oven for baking all the bread they dole out to you in rations--not enough food to still your hunger. (Leviticus 25, 26)

  • The foreign elements among them were so greedy for meat that even the Israelites lamented again, "Would that we had meat for food! (Numbers 11, 4)

  • Where can I get meat to give to all this people? For they are crying to me, 'Give us meat for our food.' (Numbers 11, 13)

  • "To the people, however, you shall say: Sanctify yourselves for tomorrow, when you shall have meat to eat. For in the hearing of the LORD you have cried, 'Would that we had meat for food! Oh, how well off we were in Egypt!' Therefore the LORD will give you meat for food, (Numbers 11, 18)


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