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“You must no longer 1 give straw to the people for making bricks 2 as before. 3 Let them go 4 and collect straw for themselves.
So the people spread out 1 through all the land of Egypt to collect stubble for straw.
How often 1 are they like straw before the wind, and like chaff swept away 2 by a whirlwind?
It regards iron as straw and bronze as rotten wood.
We have plenty of straw and feed,” she added, 1 “and room for you 2 to spend the night.”
You 1 go get straw for yourselves wherever you can 2 find it, because there will be no reduction at all in your workload.’”
The slave masters were pressuring 1 them, saying, “Complete 2 your work for each day, just like when there was straw!”
So now, get back to work! 1 You will not be given straw, but you must still produce 2 your quota 3 of bricks!”
A cow and a bear will graze together, their young will lie down together. 1 A lion, like an ox, will eat straw.
So Abraham’s servant 1 went to the house and unloaded 2 the camels. Straw and feed were given 3 to the camels, and water was provided so that he and the men who were with him could wash their feet. 4
So the slave masters of the people and their foremen went to the Israelites and said, 1 “Thus says Pharaoh: ‘I am not giving 2 you straw.
No straw is given to your servants, but we are told, 1 ‘Make bricks!’ Your servants are even 2 being beaten, but the fault 3 is with your people.”
Each one also brought to the assigned location his quota of barley and straw for the various horses. 1
Let the prophet who has had a dream go ahead and tell his dream. Let the person who has received my message report that message faithfully. What is like straw cannot compare to what is like grain! 1 I, the Lord, affirm it! 2
We have enough straw and grain for our donkeys, and there is enough food and wine for me, your female servant, 1 and the young man who is with your servants. 2 We lack nothing.”
A wolf and a lamb will graze together; 1 a lion, like an ox, will eat straw, 2 and a snake’s food will be dirt. 3 They will no longer injure or destroy on my entire royal mountain,” 4 says the Lord.