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your cattle, and the wild animals that are in your land – all its produce will be for you 1 to eat.
For the ear assesses 1 words as the mouth 2 tastes food.
He rained down manna for them to eat; he gave them the grain of heaven. 1
All you wild animals in the fields, come and devour, all you wild animals in the forest!
“‘Do not go to a house where people are feasting and sit down to eat and drink with them either.
When food was served, 1 he said, “I will not eat until I have said what I want to say.” 2 “Tell us,” Laban said. 3
Then Jacob offered a sacrifice 1 on the mountain and invited his relatives to eat the meal. 2 They ate the meal and spent the night on the mountain.
So they got up early on the next day and offered up burnt offerings and brought peace offerings, and the people sat down to eat and drink, 1 and they rose up to play. 2
As she brought them to him to eat, he grabbed her and said to her, “Come on! Get in bed with me, 1 my sister!”
When evil men attack me 1 to devour my flesh, 2 when my adversaries and enemies attack me, 3 they stumble and fall. 4
They wander around looking for something to eat; they refuse to sleep until they are full. 1
There is a generation whose teeth are like 1 swords 2 and whose molars 3 are like knives to devour 4 the poor from the earth and the needy from among the human race.
You pierce the heads of his warriors 1 with a spear. 2 They storm forward to scatter us; 3 they shout with joy as if they were plundering the poor with no opposition. 4
One day Elisha traveled to Shunem, where a prominent 1 woman lived. She insisted that he stop for a meal. 2 So whenever he was passing through, he would stop in there for a meal. 3
When they finished eating the grain they had brought from Egypt, their father said to them, “Return, buy us a little more food.”
You will not be allowed to eat in your villages your tithe of grain, new wine, olive oil, the firstborn of your herd and flock, any votive offerings you have vowed, or your freewill and personal offerings.
So bathe yourself, 1 rub on some perfumed oil, 2 and get dressed up. 3 Then go down 4 to the threshing floor. But don’t let the man know you’re there until he finishes his meal. 5
Now it was reported to Saul, “Look, the army is sinning against the Lord by eating even the blood.” He said, “All of you have broken the covenant! 1 Roll a large stone over here to me.”
The battle there was spread out over the whole area, and the forest consumed more soldiers than the sword devoured that day.
So Ahab went on up to eat and drink, while Elijah climbed to the top of Carmel. He bent down toward the ground and put his face between his knees.