Today we have a very useful expression that is also a common blessing: kol tuv. Every person in Israel uses it daily, and yet it is mentioned in the Bible a few times with the exact words, but as a statement, and not as a blessing like today.
You can mix English and Hebrew and say it as a greeting to anyone who finds favor in your eyes: ‘I wish you kol tuv.’
Here is how it is used in the Bible:
“And houses full of all good things, which you did not fill, and wells dug, which you did not dig, vineyards and olive trees, which you did not plant; when you shall have eaten and be full”
“And Hazael went to meet him, and took gifts with him, of every good thing of Damascus”
“And they captured fortified cities, and a rich land, and possessed houses full of all goods”