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  • Seven days from now I will bring rain down on the earth for forty days and forty nights, and so I will wipe out from the surface of the earth every moving creature that I have made." (Genesis 7, 4)

  • For forty days and forty nights heavy rain poured down on the earth. (Genesis 7, 12)

  • But Moses passed into the midst of the cloud as he went up on the mountain; and there he stayed for forty days and forty nights. (Exodus 24, 18)

  • So Moses stayed there with the LORD for forty days and forty nights, without eating any food or drinking any water, and he wrote on the tablets the words of the covenant, the ten commandments. (Exodus 34, 28)

  • when I had gone up the mountain to receive the stone tablets of the covenant which the LORD made with you. Meanwhile I stayed on the mountain forty days and forty nights without eating or drinking, (Deuteronomy 9, 9)

  • Then, at the end of the forty days and forty nights, when the LORD had given me the two stone tablets of the covenant, (Deuteronomy 9, 11)

  • Then, as before, I lay prostrate before the LORD for forty days and forty nights without eating or drinking, because of all the sin you had committed in the sight of the LORD and the evil you had done to provoke him. (Deuteronomy 9, 18)

  • "Those forty days, then, and forty nights, I lay prostrate before the LORD, because he had threatened to destroy you. (Deuteronomy 9, 25)

  • "After I had spent these other forty days and forty nights on the mountain, and the LORD had once again heard me and decided not to destroy you, (Deuteronomy 10, 10)

  • a cake of pressed figs and two cakes of pressed raisins were also offered to him. When he had eaten, he revived; he had not taken food nor drunk water for three days and three nights. (1 Samuel 30, 12)

  • He got up, ate and drank; then strengthened by that food, he walked forty days and forty nights to the mountain of God, Horeb. (1 Kings 19, 8)

  • At the same time I told the people to spend the nights inside Jerusalem, each man with his own attendant, so that they might serve as a guard by night and a working force by day. (Nehemiah 4, 16)


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