He said to them, "But now, the one who has a money bag must take it, and likewise a traveler's bag too. And the one who has no sword must sell his cloak and buy one.
So the soldiers said to one another, "Let's not tear it, but throw dice to see who will get it." This took place to fulfill the scripture that says, "They divided my garments among them, and for my clothing they threw dice." So the soldiers did these things.
Who can uncover its outer covering? Who can penetrate to the inside of its armor?
Shem and Japheth took the garment and placed it on their shoulders. Then they walked in backwards and covered up their father's nakedness. Their faces were turned the other way so they did not see their father's nakedness.
So bathe yourself, rub on some perfumed oil, and get dressed up. Then go down to the threshing floor. But don't let the man know you're there until he finishes his meal.
Indeed, a man will grab his brother right in his father's house and say, 'You own a coat -- you be our leader! This heap of ruins will be under your control.'
At that time the brother will shout, 'I am no doctor, I have no food or coat in my house; don't make me a leader of the people!'"
The first came out reddish all over, like a hairy garment, so they named him Esau.
I saw among the goods we seized a nice robe from Babylon, two hundred silver pieces, and a bar of gold weighing fifty shekels. I wanted them, so I took them. They are hidden in the ground right in the middle of my tent with the silver underneath."
1 Kings 19:13
When Elijah heard it, he covered his face with his robe and went out and stood at the entrance to the cave. All of a sudden a voice asked him, "Why are you here, Elijah?"
1 Kings 19:19
Elijah went from there and found Elisha son of Shaphat. He was plowing with twelve pairs of oxen; he was near the twelfth pair. Elijah passed by him and threw his robe over him.
2 Kings 2:8
Elijah took his cloak, folded it up, and hit the water with it. The water divided, and the two of them crossed over on dry ground.
2 Kings 2:13-14
He picked up Elijah's cloak, which had fallen off him, and went back and stood on the shore of the Jordan. He took the cloak that had fallen off Elijah, hit the water with it, and said, "Where is the Lord, the God of Elijah?" When he hit the water, it divided and Elisha crossed over.
When the news reached the king of Nineveh, he got up from his throne, took off his royal robe, put on sackcloth, and sat on ashes.
And if someone wants to sue you and to take your tunic, give him your coat also.
To the person who strikes you on the cheek, offer the other as well, and from the person who takes away your coat, do not withhold your tunic either.
So Peter got up and went with them, and when he arrived they brought him to the upper room. All the widows stood beside him, crying and showing him the tunics and other clothing Dorcas used to make while she was with them.
He threw off his cloak, jumped up, and came to Jesus.
They begged him if they could only touch the edge of his cloak, and all who touched it were healed.
When she heard about Jesus, she came up behind him in the crowd and touched his cloak,
for she kept saying, "If only I touch his clothes, I will be healed."
Jesus knew at once that power had gone out from him. He turned around in the crowd and said, "Who touched my clothes?"
And wherever he would go -- into villages, towns, or countryside -- they would place the sick in the marketplaces, and would ask him if they could just touch the edge of his cloak, and all who touched it were healed.
and the one in the field must not turn back to get his cloak.
The one in the field must not turn back to get his cloak.
The soldiers braided a crown of thorns and put it on his head, and they clothed him in a purple robe.
So Jesus came outside, wearing the crown of thorns and the purple robe. Pilate said to them, "Look, here is the man!"
The angel said to him, "Fasten your belt and put on your sandals." Peter did so. Then the angel said to him, "Put on your cloak and follow me."
He is dressed in clothing dipped in blood, and he is called the Word of God.
He has a name written on his clothing and on his thigh: "King of kings and Lord of lords."
2 Timothy 4:13
When you come, bring with you the cloak I left in Troas with Carpas and the scrolls, especially the parchments.