'Spent' in the Bible
He and the men with him ate and drank, and then they spent the night. When they got up the next morning, the servant requested, "Send me off to my master."
He reached a certain place and spent the night there, because the sun was setting. He found a stone there, used it for a pillow, and slept there for the night,
He's treating us like foreigners. He sold us and spent all of the money that rightfully belonged to us.
So Jacob made an oath by his father's Fear, offered sacrifices there on the mountain, and called on his relatives to eat some food. So they ate the food and spent the night on the mountain.
Jacob spent the night there. Out of everything that he had brought with him, he chose a gift for his brother Esau
Jacob was thinking, "I'll pacify him with the presents that are being sent ahead of me. Then, when I meet him, perhaps he'll accept me." So the presents went ahead of him, while he spent that night in the camp.
After all the money had been spent throughout Egypt and Canaan, all the Egyptians came to Joseph and demanded, "Give us food! Why should we die right in front of you? Our money is spent!"
The following year, they came to him and reminded him, "We won't hide from you, your Excellency, that we've spent all of our money, and that our livestock all belong to you. There's nothing left to trade with you, your Excellency, except our bodies and our territories.
When they arrived at Atad's threshing floor, which is located beyond the Jordan River, they held a great and mournful memorial service, during which Joseph spent seven days mourning for his father.
Your strength will be spent in vain, because your land won't yield its produce and the trees of the land won't yield their fruit.
So the ark of the LORD was taken once around the city, then they went back to camp and spent the night there.
Joshua spent that night in the camp among the army. In the morning, Joshua got up early, mustered his army, and set off for Ai, accompanied by the elders of Israel in full view of the army.
stationing their forces with its main encampment north of the city and its rear guard to the west. Joshua spent that night in the valley.
But Uriah spent the night sleeping in the alcove of the king's palace in the company of all his master's staff members. He refused to go down to his own home.
After this, the LORD afflicted the child that Uriah's wife had born to David, and the child became very ill. David begged God on behalf of the youngster. He fasted, went inside, and spent the night lying on the ground.
They spent the night near the Temple of God, since they had been entrusted to guard it. They were in charge of opening it every morning.
They spent three days eating and drinking with David, since their relatives had supplied provisions for them.
When the Ammonites realized that they had created quite a stink with David, Hanun and the Ammonites spent 1,000 silver talents to hire chariots and mercenaries from Mesopotamia, from Aram-maacah, and from Zobah.
No stranger ever spent the night in the street, because I opened my doors to travelers."
Jesus told them, "Yes! Haven't you ever read, "From the mouths of infants and nursing babies you have created praise'?" Then he left them and went out of the city to Bethany and spent the night there.
Although she had endured a great deal under the care of many doctors and had spent all of her money, she had not been helped at all, but rather grew worse.
Now it was in those days that Jesus went to a mountain to pray, and he spent the whole night in prayer to God.
A woman was there who had been suffering from chronic bleeding for twelve years. Although she had spent all she had on doctors, no one could heal her.
After he had spent everything, a severe famine took place throughout that country, and he began to be in need.
But this son of yours spent your money on prostitutes, and when he came back, you killed the fattened calf for him!'
After this, Jesus and his disciples went into the Judean countryside. He spent some time there with them and began baptizing.
Then they spent a long time with the disciples.
Three months later, we continued our sailing onboard an Alexandrian ship that had spent the winter at the island. It had the Twin Brothers as its figurehead.
For you spent enough time in the past doing what the gentiles like to do, living in sensuality, sinful desires, drunkenness, wild celebrations, drinking parties, and detestable idolatry.