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  • Behold, I shall bring the waters of a great flood upon the earth, so as to put to death all flesh in which there is the breath of life under heaven. All things that are on the earth shall be consumed. (Genesis 6, 17)

  • And all flesh was consumed which moved upon the earth: flying things, animals, wild beasts, and all moving things that crawl upon the ground. And all men, (Genesis 7, 21)

  • And when the water in the skin had been consumed, she set aside the boy, under one of the trees that were there. (Genesis 21, 15)

  • Has he not considered us as foreigners, and sold us, and consumed our price? (Genesis 31, 15)

  • And being consumed by old age, he died. And he was placed with his people, being old and full of days. And his sons, Esau and Jacob, buried him. (Genesis 35, 29)

  • These devoured and consumed the first, (Genesis 41, 20)

  • And let it be prepared for the future famine of seven years, which will oppress Egypt, and then the land will not be consumed by destitution.” (Genesis 41, 36)

  • I have heard that wheat is being sold in Egypt. Go down and buy necessities for us, so that we may be able to live, and not be consumed by destitution.” (Genesis 42, 2)

  • And having consumed the provisions that they had brought out of Egypt, Jacob said to his sons, “Return and buy us a little food.” (Genesis 43, 2)

  • You will be consumed by foolish efforts, both you and this people who are with you. The task is beyond your strength; you will not be able bear it alone. (Exodus 18, 18)

  • The priest shall be vested with the tunic and the linen undergarments. And he shall take up the ashes of that which the devouring fire has consumed, and, placing them next to the altar, (Leviticus 6, 10)

  • he shall strip off his former vestments, and being clothed with others, he shall carry them beyond the camp, and he shall cause them to be consumed, even to glowing embers, in a very clean place. (Leviticus 6, 11)


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