He inquired of the Lord for him and gave him provisions. He also gave him the sword of Goliath the Philistine.”
The four victorious kings 1 took all the possessions and food of Sodom and Gomorrah and left.
Our leaders and all who live in our land told us, ‘Take provisions for your journey and go meet them. Tell them, “We are willing to be your subjects. 1 Make a treaty with us.”’
The men 1 who were chosen 2 took supplies 3 and their trumpets. Gideon 4 sent all the men of Israel back to their homes; 5 he kept only three hundred men. Now the Midianites 6 were camped down below 7 in the valley.
They baked cakes of bread without yeast using the dough they had brought from Egypt, for it was made without yeast – because they were thrust out 1 of Egypt and were not able to delay, they 2 could not prepare 3 food for themselves either.
they did something clever. They collected some provisions 1 and put worn-out sacks on their donkeys, along with worn-out wineskins that were ripped and patched.
Solomon had twelve district governors appointed throughout Israel who acquired supplies for the king and his palace. Each was responsible for one month in the year.
They spent three days feasting 1 there with David, for their relatives had given them provisions.
“Go through the camp and command the people, ‘Prepare your supplies, for within three days you will cross the Jordan River and begin the conquest of the land the Lord your God is ready to hand over to you.’” 1
We will take ten of every group of a hundred men from all the tribes of Israel (and a hundred of every group of a thousand, and a thousand of every group of ten thousand) to get supplies for the army. 1 When they arrive in Gibeah of Benjamin they will punish them for the atrocity which they committed in Israel.” 2
To his father he sent the following: 1 ten donkeys loaded with the best products of Egypt and ten female donkeys loaded with grain, food, and provisions for his father’s journey.
So David got up early in the morning and entrusted the flock to someone else who would watch over it. 1 After loading up, he went just as Jesse had instructed him. He arrived at the camp 2 as the army was going out to the battle lines shouting its battle cry.
The district governors acquired supplies for King Solomon and all who ate in his royal palace. 1 Each was responsible for one month in the year; they made sure nothing was lacking.
He was given daily provisions by the king for the rest of his life until the day he died. 1