'Needs' in the Bible
If you are true men, let one of you be kept in prison, while you go and take grain for the needs of your families;
And the ruler of the land said, In this way I may be certain that you are true men; let one of you be kept here with me, while you go and take grain for the needs of your families;
And Joseph took care of his father and his brothers and all his father's people, giving them food for the needs of their families.
And the children of Israel said to them, It would have been better for the Lord to have put us to death in the land of Egypt, where we were seated by the flesh-pots and had bread enough for our needs; for you have taken us out to this waste of sand, to put all this people to death through need of food.
Then the Lord said to Moses, See, I will send down bread from heaven for you; and the people will go out every day and get enough for the day's needs; so that I may put them to the test to see if they will keep my laws or not.
You may get food for your needs from them for a price, and water for drinking.
Let me have food, at a price, for my needs, and water for drinking: only let me go through on foot;
Then the five men went on their way and came to Laish and saw the people who were there, living without thought of danger, like the Zidonians, quiet and safe; for they had everything on earth for their needs, and they were far from the Zidonians and had no business with Aram.
When you come there you will come to a people living without thought of danger; and the land is wide, and God has given it into your hands: a place where there is everything on earth for man's needs.
And the old man said, Peace be with you; let all your needs be my care; only do not take your rest in the street.
So she came to the man of God and gave him word of what she had done. And he said, Go and get money for the oil and make payment of your debt, and let the rest be for the needs of yourself and your sons.
For there were some who said, We, our sons and our daughters, are a great number: let us get grain, so that we may have food for our needs.
For there was an order from the king about them and a regular amount for the music-makers, for their needs day by day.
And her goods and her trade will be holy to the Lord: they will not be kept back or stored up; for her produce will be for those living in the Lord's land, to give them food for their needs, and fair clothing.
And he will give rain for your seed, so that you may put it in the earth; and you will have bread from the produce of the earth, good and more than enough for your needs: in that day the cattle will get their food in wide grass-lands.
So be not like them; because your Father has knowledge of your needs even before you make your requests to him.
Give us this day bread for our needs.
And he put his hand on hers and the disease went from her, and she got up and took care of his needs.
And a number of women were there, watching from a distance, who had come with Jesus from Galilee, waiting on his needs.
And he came and took her by the hand, lifting her up; and she became well, and took care of their needs.
He went near her, and with a sharp word he gave orders to the disease and it went away from her; and straight away she got up and took care of their needs.
And Joanna, the wife of Chuza, Herod's chief house-servant, and Susanna and a number of others, who gave him of their wealth for his needs.
Give us every day bread for our needs.
Will he not say, Get a meal for me, and make yourself ready and see to my needs till I have had my food and drink; and after that you may have yours?
Giving to the needs of the saints, ready to take people into your houses.
How while they were undergoing every sort of trouble, and were in the greatest need, they took all the greater joy in being able to give freely to the needs of others.
Seriously requesting us that they might have a part in this grace of being servants to the needs of the saints:
For this work of giving not only takes care of the needs of the saints, but is the cause of much praise to God;
So I take pleasure in being feeble, in unkind words, in needs, in cruel attacks, in troubles, on account of Christ: for when I am feeble, then am I strong.
And I make request to you, true helper in my work, to see to the needs of those women who took part with me in the good news, with Clement and the rest of my brother-workers whose names are in the book of life.