He fell asleep and dreamed a second time: Seven heads of grain, plump and ripe, came up on one stalk.
The thin heads of grain swallowed up the seven plump, ripe ones. Then Pharaoh woke up, and it was only a dream.
In my dream I had also seen seven heads of grain, plump and ripe, coming up on one stalk.
The thin heads of grain swallowed the seven plump ones. I told this to the magicians, but no one can tell me what it means.”
The seven good cows are seven years, and the seven ripe heads are seven years. The dreams mean the same thing.
After them, seven heads of grain, thin and scorched by the east wind, sprouted up.
After them, seven heads of grain—withered, thin, and scorched by the east wind—sprouted up.
The seven thin, ugly cows that came up after them are seven years, and the seven worthless, scorched heads of grain are seven years of famine.
“How many loaves do you have?” Jesus asked them.“Seven,” they said, “and a few small fish.”
He took the seven loaves and the fish, and He gave thanks, broke them, and kept on giving them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the crowds.
Or the seven loaves for the 4,000 and how many large baskets you collected?
“How many loaves do you have?” He asked them.“Seven,” they said.
Then He commanded the crowd to sit down on the ground. Taking the seven loaves, He gave thanks, broke the loaves, and kept on giving them to His disciples to set before the people. So they served the loaves to the crowd.
“When I broke the seven loaves for the 4,000, how many large baskets full of pieces of bread did you collect?”“Seven,” they said.
They all ate and were filled. Then they collected the leftover pieces—seven large baskets full.
They ate and were filled. Then they collected seven large baskets of leftover pieces.
Then Balaam said to Balak, “Build me seven altars here and prepare seven bulls and seven rams for me.”
God met with him and Balaam said to Him, “I have arranged seven altars and offered a bull and a ram on each altar.”
So Balak took him to Lookout Field on top of Pisgah, built seven altars, and offered a bull and a ram on each altar.
Balaam told Balak, “Build me seven altars here and prepare seven bulls and seven rams for me.”
1 Kings 7:17
The capitals on top of the pillars had gratings of latticework, wreaths made of chainwork—seven for the first capital and seven for the second.
Samson told her, “If they tie me up with seven fresh bowstrings that have not been dried, I will become weak and be like any other man.” The Philistine leaders brought her seven fresh bowstrings that had not been dried, and she tied him up with them. While the men in ambush were waiting in her room, she called out to him, “Samson, the Philistines are here!” But he snapped the bowstrings as a strand of yarn snaps when it touches fire. The secret of his strength remained unknown.
Wisdom has built her house;
she has carved out her seven pillars.
Have seven priests carry seven ram’s-horn trumpets in front of the ark. But on the seventh day, march around the city seven times, while the priests blow the trumpets.
So Joshua son of Nun summoned the priests and said to them, “Take up the ark of the covenant and have seven priests carry seven trumpets in front of the ark of the Lord.”
After Joshua had spoken to the people, seven priests carrying seven trumpets before the Lord moved forward and blew the trumpets; the ark of the Lord’s covenant followed them.
and the seven priests carrying seven trumpets marched in front of the ark of the Lord. While the trumpets were blowing, the armed troops went in front of them, and the rear guard went behind the ark of the Lord.
Then I saw the seven angels who stand in the presence of God; seven trumpets were given to them.
And the seven angels who had the seven trumpets prepared to blow them.
One of the four living creatures gave the seven angels seven gold bowls filled with the wrath of God who lives forever and ever.
Then I heard a loud voice from the sanctuary saying to the seven angels, “Go and pour out the seven bowls of God’s wrath on the earth.”
Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls came and spoke with me: “Come, I will show you the judgment of the notorious prostitute who sits on many waters.
Then one of the seven angels, who had held the seven bowls filled with the seven last plagues, came and spoke with me: “Come, I will show you the bride, the wife of the Lamb.”
and he cried out with a loud voice like a roaring lion. When he cried out, the seven thunders spoke with their voices.
And when the seven thunders spoke, I was about to write. Then I heard a voice from heaven, saying, “Seal up what the seven thunders said, and do not write it down!”
Then I saw in the right hand of the One seated on the throne a scroll with writing on the inside and on the back, sealed with seven seals.
Then one of the elders said to me, “Stop crying. Look! The Lion from the tribe of Judah, the Root of David, has been victorious so that He may open the scroll and its seven seals.”
Then I saw the Lamb open one of the seven seals, and I heard one of the four living creatures say with a voice like thunder, “Come!”
Then another sign appeared in heaven: There was a great fiery red dragon having seven heads and 10 horns, and on his heads were seven diadems.
Then I saw another great and awe-inspiring sign in heaven: seven angels with the seven last plagues, for with them, God’s wrath will be completed.
Out of the sanctuary came the seven angels with the seven plagues, dressed in clean, bright linen, with gold sashes wrapped around their chests.
Then the sanctuary was filled with smoke from God’s glory and from His power, and no one could enter the sanctuary until the seven plagues of the seven angels were completed.
Then they are to divide it into seven portions. Judah is to remain in its territory in the south and Joseph’s family in their territory in the north.
When you have written a description of the seven portions of land and brought it to me, I will cast lots for you here in the presence of the Lord our God.
So the men left, went through the land, and described it by towns in a document of seven sections. They returned to Joshua at the camp in Shiloh.
The Lord will divide the Gulf of Suez.
He will wave His hand over the Euphrates
with His mighty wind
and will split it into seven streams,
letting people walk through on foot.
“Here is the mind with wisdom: The seven heads are seven mountains on which the woman is seated.
When he speaks graciously, don’t believe him,
for there are seven abominations in his heart.
Its windows, portico, and palm trees had the same measurements as those of the gate that faced east. Seven steps led up to the gate, and its portico was ahead of them.
Its stairway had seven steps, and its portico was ahead of them. It had palm trees on its pilasters, one on each side.
Notice the stone I have set before Joshua; on that one stone are seven eyes. I will engrave an inscription on it”—this is the declaration of the Lord of Hosts—“and I will take away the guilt of this land in a single day.