'Spend' in the Bible
and said, "Look, my lords! Please come inside your servant's house, wash your feet, and spend the night. Then you can get up early and be on your way." But they responded, "No, we would rather spend the night in the town square."
He asked her, "Whose daughter are you? Please tell me, is there room in your father's house for us to spend the night?"
And yes," she continued, "we have plenty of straw and feed, as well as a place to spend the night."
You may spend the money to your heart's content to buy livestock, flocks, wine, strong drink, and whatever you desire. You and your household may eat there and rejoice in the presence of the LORD your God."
So both of them sat down for a bit, ate and drank together, and the young woman's father invited the man, "Please, enjoy yourself and spend another night."
The man got up, intending to leave, but his father-in-law urged him to spend the night there again.
When the man got up to leave with his mistress and servant, his father-in-law, the young woman's father, told him, "Look now, evening is coming, so please spend another night. See how the daylight is fading, so spend the night here and enjoy yourself. Then tomorrow get up early and leave on your journey home."
Because the man was unwilling to spend the night, he got up, left, and arrived opposite Jebus (now known as Jerusalem). He had with him a pair of saddled donkeys, along with his mistress.
As they approached Jebus, the daylight was almost gone, so the servant suggested to his master, "Come on, let's spend the night in this Jebusite city."
He also told his servant, "Come on, let's go to one of these places and spend the night in Gibeah or Ramah."
They turned aside there, intending to enter Gibeah and spend the night.
The old man replied, "Don't be alarmed. I'll take care of all your needs. Just don't spend the night in the public square."
So the descendant of Levi, the husband of the murdered woman, spoke up and replied, "I came to spend the night at Gibeah, which is part of Benjamin, along with my mistress.
Now Ahithophel's advice that he provided at that time was being compared to one who inquired of God, so highly regarded was Ahithophel's counsel by both David and Absalom.
They spend the night naked, without clothing, with no covering against the cold.
Come, my beloved. Let us go out to the country, let us spend the night in the villages.
Why spend your money on what is not bread, and your labor on what does not satisfy? Listen carefully to me, and eat what is good, and let your soul delight itself in rich food.
who sit among graves, and spend the night in secret places; who eat pigs' meat, with the broth of detestable things in their pots;
Then the king retired to his palace to spend the night fasting. He enjoyed no entertainment, and he couldn't sleep.
The next day, he took out two denarii and gave them to the innkeeper, saying, "Take good care of him. If you spend more than that, I'll repay you when I come back.'
Now during the day Jesus would teach in the Temple, but when evening came he would go out and spend the night on what is called the Mount of Olives.
Now all the Athenians and the foreigners living there used to spend their time doing nothing else other than listening to the latest ideas or repeating them.
Since the harbor was not a good place to spend the winter, most of the men favored putting out to sea from there on the chance that somehow they could reach Phoenix and spend the winter there. It is a Cretian harbor that faces southwest and northwest.
and will probably stay with you for a while or even spend the winter with you. Then you can send me on my way, wherever I decide to go.
I do not want to visit with you now just in passing, because I hope to spend a longer time with you if the Lord permits.
I will be very glad to spend my money and myself for you. Do you love me less because I love you so much?
As soon as I send Artemas to you, or perhaps Tychicus, do your best to come to me at Nicopolis, for I have decided to spend the winter there.
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