So they gathered it each morning, 1 each person according to what he could eat, and when the sun got hot, it would melt. 2
You must not lend him your money at interest and you must not sell him food for profit. 1
You may purchase 1 food to eat and water to drink from them.
Sell me food for cash 1 so that I can eat and sell me water to drink. 2 Just allow me to go through on foot,
You must not charge interest on a loan to your fellow Israelite, 1 whether on money, food, or anything else that has been loaned with interest.
Who prepares prey for the raven, when its young cry out to God and wander about 1 for lack of food?
Everything looks to you in anticipation, 1 and you provide them with food on a regular basis. 2
Our food has been cut off right before our eyes! 1 There is no longer any joy or gladness in the temple of our God! 2
“But you are profaning it by saying that the table of the Lord is common and its offerings 1 despicable.
This food should be held in storage for the land in preparation for the seven years of famine that will occur throughout the land of Egypt. In this way the land will survive the famine.” 1
When they finished eating the grain they had brought from Egypt, their father said to them, “Return, buy us a little more food.”
When you gather in the crop, 1 give 2 one-fifth of it to Pharaoh, and the rest 3 will be yours for seed for the fields and for you to eat, including those in your households and your little children.”
“This is what 1 the Lord has commanded: 2 ‘Each person is to gather 3 from it what he can eat, an omer 4 per person 5 according to the number 6 of your people; 7 each one will pick it up 8 for whoever lives 9 in his tent.’”
Any food that may be eaten which becomes soaked with water 1 will become unclean. Anything drinkable 2 in any such vessel will become unclean. 3
כ (Kaf) All her people groaned as they searched for a morsel of bread. 1 They exchanged 2 their valuables 3 for 4 just enough food to stay alive. 5 “Look, O Lord! Consider 6 that I have become worthless!”
ק (Qof) I called for my lovers, 1 but they had deceived me. My priests and my elders perished in the city. Truly they had 2 searched for food to 3 keep themselves 4 alive. 5
When Joseph saw his brothers, he recognized them, but he pretended to be a stranger 1 to them and spoke to them harshly. He asked, “Where do you come from?” They answered, 2 “From the land of Canaan, to buy grain for food.” 3
He instructed the servant who was over his household, “Fill the sacks of the men with as much food as they can carry and put each man’s money in the mouth of his sack.
If any household is too small 1 for a lamb, 2 the man 3 and his next-door neighbor 4 are to take 5 a lamb according to the number of people – you will make your count for the lamb according to how much each one can eat. 6
Later during the mealtime Boaz said to her, “Come here and have 1 some food! Dip your bread 2 in the vinegar!” So she sat down beside the harvesters. Then he handed 3 her some roasted grain. She ate until she was full and saved the rest. 4