Famine

Famine

 
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  • We have come to live here in Egypt, for there is no pasture for our flocks in Canaan. The famine is very severe there. We request permission to live in the land of Goshen." - Genesis 47:4


  • Meanwhile, the famine became worse and worse, and the crops continued to fail throughout Egypt and Canaan. - Genesis 47:13


  • So Joseph bought all the land of Egypt for Pharaoh. All the Egyptians sold him their fields because the famine was so severe, and their land then belonged to Pharaoh. - Genesis 47:20


  • In the days when the judges ruled in Israel, a man from Bethlehem in Judah left the country because of a severe famine. He took his wife and two sons and went to live in the country of Moab. - Ruth 1:1


  • Therefore, the sorrows of death and mourning and famine will overtake her in a single day. She will be utterly consumed by fire, for the Lord God who judges her is mighty." - Revelation 18:8


  • I will send against them wasting famine, burning fever, and deadly disease. They will be troubled by the fangs of wild beasts, by poisonous snakes that glide in the dust. - Deuteronomy 32:24


  • There was a famine during David's reign that lasted for three years, so David asked the LORD about it. And the LORD said, "The famine has come because Saul and his family are guilty of murdering the Gibeonites." - 2 Samuel 21:1


  • He buried them all in the tomb of Kish, Saul's father, at the town of Zela in the land of Benjamin. After that, God ended the famine in the land of Israel. - 2 Samuel 21:14


  • So Gad came to David and asked him, "Will you choose three* years of famine throughout the land, three months of fleeing from your enemies, or three days of severe plague throughout your land? Think this over and let me know what answer to give the LORD."2 - 2 Samuel 24:13


  • "If there is a famine in the land, or plagues, or crop disease, or attacks of locusts or caterpillars, or if your people's enemies are in the land besieging their towns--whatever the trouble is-- - 1 Kings 8:37


  • So Elijah went to appear before Ahab. Meanwhile, the famine had become very severe in Samaria. - 1 Kings 18:2


  • Elisha now returned to Gilgal, but there was a famine in the land. One day as the group of prophets was seated before him, he said to his servant, "Put on a large kettle and make some stew for these men." - 2 Kings 4:38


  • As a result there was a great famine in the city. After a while even a donkey's head sold for two pounds of silver, and a cup of dove's dung cost about two ounces* of silver.1 - 2 Kings 6:25


  • Elisha had told the woman whose son he had brought back to life, "Take your family and move to some other place, for the LORD has called for a famine on Israel that will last for seven years." - 2 Kings 8:1


  • After the famine ended she returned to the land of Israel, and she went to see the king about getting back her house and land. - 2 Kings 8:3


  • By July 18 of Zedekiah's eleventh year,* the famine in the city had become very severe, with the last of the food entirely gone.2 - 2 Kings 25:3


  • You may choose three years of famine, three months of destruction by your enemies, or three days of severe plague as the angel of the LORD brings devastation throughout the land of Israel. Think this over and let me know what answer to give the LORD." - 1 Chronicles 21:12
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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