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  • With sweat on your face you will eat your bread, until you return to clay, since it was from clay that you were taken, for you are dust and to dust you shall return." (Genesis 3, 19)

  • Then Melchizedek, king of Salem, brought bread and wine; he was a priest of God Most High, (Genesis 14, 18)

  • I shall fetch some bread so that you can be refreshed and continue on your way, since you have come to your servant." They then said, "Do as you say." (Genesis 18, 5)

  • But so strongly did he insist that they went with him to his house; there he prepared a meal for them, baking bread without yeast. This they ate. (Genesis 19, 3)

  • Abraham rose early next morning and gave bread and a skin bag of water to Hagar. He put the child on her back and sent her away. She went off and wandered in the desert of Beersheba. (Genesis 21, 14)

  • Then Jacob gave him bread and the lentil stew. Esau ate and drank and then got up and went his way. So it was that Esau thought nothing of his right as the firstborn. (Genesis 25, 34)

  • and she handed to him the bread and food she had prepared. (Genesis 27, 17)

  • Then Jacob made a vow, "If Yahweh will be with me and keep me safe during this journey I am making, if he gives me bread to eat and clothes to wear, (Genesis 28, 20)

  • the seven years of famine began as Joseph had foretold. There was famine in all the countries but bread was to be had in every part of Egypt. (Genesis 41, 54)

  • When the land of Egypt began to suffer from the famine, the people came to Pharaoh for bread. But Pharaoh told all the Egyptians, "Go to Joseph and do as he tells you." (Genesis 41, 55)

  • To his father he sent ten asses loaded with all the best goods in Egypt and ten donkeys loaded with grain, bread and provisions for his father on the journey. (Genesis 45, 23)

  • Now so severe was the famine that no bread was to be had in all the land. Both Egypt and Canaan were exhausted because of the famine. (Genesis 47, 13)

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