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  • She quickly lowered the jug from her shoulder so I could drink, and she said, `Certainly, sir, and I will water your camels, too!' And she did. - Genesis 24:46


  • But then the local shepherds came and claimed the spring. "This is our water," they said, and they argued over it with Isaac's herdsmen. So Isaac named the well "Argument,"* because they had argued about it with him.2 - Genesis 26:20


  • That very day Isaac's servants came and told him about a well they had dug. "We've found water!" they said. - Genesis 26:32


  • He saw in the distance three flocks of sheep lying in an open field beside a well, waiting to be watered. But a heavy stone covered the mouth of the well. - Genesis 29:2


  • It was the custom there to wait for all the flocks to arrive before removing the stone. After watering them, the stone would be rolled back over the mouth of the well. - Genesis 29:3


  • "Why don't you water the flocks so they can get back to grazing?" Jacob asked. "They'll be hungry if you stop so early in the day." - Genesis 29:7


  • "We don't roll away the stone and begin the watering until all the flocks and shepherds are here," they replied. - Genesis 29:8


  • And because she was his cousin, the daughter of his mother's brother, and because the sheep were his uncle's, Jacob went over to the well and rolled away the stone and watered his uncle's flock. - Genesis 29:10


  • Then he set up these peeled branches beside the watering troughs so Laban's flocks would see them as they came to drink, for that was when they mated. - Genesis 30:38


  • and threw him into the pit. This pit was normally used to store water, but it was empty at the time. - Genesis 37:24


  • The brothers were then led into the palace and given water to wash their feet and food for their donkeys. - Genesis 43:24


  • But when she could no longer hide him, she got a little basket made of papyrus reeds and waterproofed it with tar and pitch. She put the baby in the basket and laid it among the reeds along the edge of the Nile River. - Exodus 2:3


  • Later, when he was older, the child's mother brought him back to the princess, who adopted him as her son. The princess named him Moses,* for she said, "I drew him out of the water."1 - Exodus 2:10


  • Now it happened that the priest of Midian had seven daughters who came regularly to this well to draw water and fill the water troughs for their father's flocks. - Exodus 2:16


  • But other shepherds would often come and chase the girls and their flocks away. This time, however, Moses came to their aid, rescuing the girls from the shepherds. Then he helped them draw water for their flocks. - Exodus 2:17


  • When the girls returned to Reuel, their father, he asked, "How did you get the flocks watered so quickly today?" - Exodus 2:18


  • "An Egyptian rescued us from the shepherds," they told him. "And then he drew water for us and watered our flocks." - Exodus 2:19
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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