Jesus told the servants, 1 “Fill the water jars with water.” So they filled them up to the very top.
Then the woman left her water jar, went off into the town and said to the people, 1
The Lord continued, 1 “Now break the jar in front of those who have come here with you.
For this is what the Lord God of Israel says, ‘The jar of flour will not be empty and the jug of oil will not run out until the day the Lord makes it rain on the surface of the ground.’”
The jar of flour was never empty and the jug of oil never ran out, just as the Lord had promised 1 through Elijah.
Abraham’s servant 1 ran to meet her and said, “Please give me a sip of water from your jug.”
Now 1 while Jesus 2 was in Bethany at the house of Simon the leper, reclining at the table, 3 a woman came with an alabaster jar 4 of costly aromatic oil 5 from pure nard. After breaking open the jar, she poured it on his head.
Who by wisdom can count the clouds, and who can tip over 1 the water jars of heaven,
“So tell them, 1 ‘The Lord, the God of Israel, says, “Every wine jar is made to be filled with wine.”’ 2 And they will probably say to you, ‘Do you not think we know 3 that every wine jar is supposed to be filled with wine?’
But the wise ones took flasks of olive oil with their lamps.
Moses said to Aaron, “Take a jar and put in it an omer full of manna, and place it before the Lord to be kept for generations to come.”
All three units blew their trumpets and broke their jars. They held the torches in their left hand and the trumpets in their right. 1 Then they yelled, “A sword for the Lord and for Gideon!”
Take 1 ten loaves of bread, some small cakes, and a container of honey and visit him. He will tell you what will happen to the boy.”
He looked and right there by his head was a cake baking on hot coals and a jug of water. He ate and drank and then slept some more. 1
She said, “As certainly as the Lord your God lives, I have no food, except for a handful of flour in a jar and a little olive oil in a jug. Right now I am gathering a couple of sticks for a fire. Then I’m going home to make one final meal for my son and myself. After we have eaten that, we will die of starvation.” 1
Now the young woman was very beautiful. She was a virgin; no man had ever had sexual relations with her. 1 She went down to the spring, filled her jug, and came back up.
“Drink, my lord,” she replied, and quickly lowering 1 her jug to her hands, she gave him a drink.