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Now the woman 1 had a well-fed calf 2 at her home that she quickly slaughtered. Taking some flour, she kneaded bread and baked it without leaven.
brought bedding, basins, and pottery utensils. They also brought food for David and all who were with him, including wheat, barley, flour, roasted grain, beans, lentils, 1
Each day Solomon’s royal court consumed 1 thirty cors 2 of finely milled flour, sixty cors of cereal,
Pick up millstones and grind flour! Remove your veil, strip off your skirt, expose your legs, cross the streams!
Also their neighbors, from as far away as Issachar, Zebulun, and Naphtali, were bringing food on donkeys, camels, mules, and oxen. There were large supplies of flour, fig cakes, raisins, wine, olive oil, beef, and lamb, 1 for Israel was celebrating. 2
So Abraham hurried into the tent and said to Sarah, “Quick! Take 1 three measures 2 of fine flour, knead it, and make bread.” 3
Once she had weaned him, she took him up with her, along with three bulls, an ephah 1 of flour, and a container 2 of wine. She brought him to the Lord’s house at Shiloh, even though he was young. 3
The jar of flour was never empty and the jug of oil never ran out, just as the Lord had promised 1 through Elijah.
He said, “Get some flour.” Then he threw it into the pot and said, “Now pour some out for the men so they may eat.” 1 There was no longer anything harmful in the pot.
They sow the wind, and so they will reap the whirlwind! The stalk does not have any standing grain; it will not produce any flour. Even if it were to yield grain, foreigners would swallow it all up.
then 1 the man must bring his wife to the priest, and he must bring the offering required for her, one tenth of an ephah of barley meal; he must not pour olive oil on it or put frankincense on it, because it is a grain offering of suspicion, 2 a grain offering for remembering, 3 for bringing 4 iniquity to remembrance.
Gideon went and prepared a young goat, 1 along with unleavened bread made from an ephah of flour. He put the meat in a basket and the broth in a pot. He brought the food 2 to him under the oak tree and presented it to him.
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
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.’”