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  • This time, toward evening, the bird returned to him with a fresh olive leaf in its beak. Noah now knew that the water was almost gone. - Genesis 8:11


  • Finally, when Noah was 601 years old, ten and a half months after the flood began,* Noah lifted back the cover to look. The water was drying up.3 - Genesis 8:13


  • Lot took a long look at the fertile plains of the Jordan Valley in the direction of Zoar. The whole area was well watered everywhere, like the garden of the LORD or the beautiful land of Egypt. (This was before the LORD had destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah.) - Genesis 13:10


  • Rest in the shade of this tree while my servants get some water to wash your feet. - Genesis 18:4


  • So Abraham got up early the next morning, prepared food for the journey, and strapped a container of water to Hagar's shoulders. He sent her away with their son, and she walked out into the wilderness of Beersheba, wandering aimlessly. - Genesis 21:14


  • When the water was gone, she left the boy in the shade of a bush. - Genesis 21:15


  • Then God opened Hagar's eyes, and she saw a well. She immediately filled her water container and gave the boy a drink. - Genesis 21:19


  • There the servant made the camels kneel down beside a well just outside the village. It was evening, and the women were coming out to draw water. - Genesis 24:11


  • See, here I am, standing beside this spring, and the young women of the village are coming out to draw water. - Genesis 24:13


  • This is my request. I will ask one of them for a drink. If she says, `Yes, certainly, and I will water your camels, too!'--let her be the one you have appointed as Isaac's wife. By this I will know that you have shown kindness to my master." - Genesis 24:14


  • As he was still praying, a young woman named Rebekah arrived with a water jug on her shoulder. Her father was Bethuel, who was the son of Abraham's brother Nahor and his wife, Milcah. - Genesis 24:15


  • When he had finished, she said, "I'll draw water for your camels, too, until they have had enough!" - Genesis 24:19


  • So she quickly emptied the jug into the watering trough and ran down to the well again. She kept carrying water to the camels until they had finished drinking. - Genesis 24:20


  • So the man went home with Laban, and Laban unloaded the camels, gave him straw to bed them down, fed them, and provided water for the camel drivers to wash their feet. - Genesis 24:32


  • Here I am, standing beside this spring. I will say to some young woman who comes to draw water, "Please give me a drink of water!" - Genesis 24:43


  • And she will reply, "Certainly! And I'll water your camels, too!" LORD, let her be the one you have selected to be the wife of my master's son.' - Genesis 24:44


  • "Before I had finished praying these words, I saw Rebekah coming along with her water jug on her shoulder. She went down to the spring and drew water and filled the jug. So I said to her, `Please give me a drink.' - Genesis 24:45
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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