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it wohi chwisicamexunto me; and AND store om care two and teos Angels of Wrathi, Jud.5.23.

Destruction of Sodom revealed.


Lot entertaineth angels. surely become a great and destroy it for twenty's sake. mighty nation, and all the na- 32 And he said, Oh let not the

tions of the earth shall be Lord be angry, and I will speak Importunity, ch.32.26. See Gentiles (1), ch.22.18. blessed in him?

yet but this once: Peradventure Divine Forbearance,Ne.9.30. 1 S.2.3, God's Knowledge. 19 For I know him, that he ten shall be found there. And De.6.7, Parental Duty. will command his children and he said, I will not destroy it for

his household after him, and ten's sake.
they shall keep the way of the 33 And the LORD went his way,

LORD, to do justice and judg- as soon as he had left commun- See Divine Fellowship, De.7.9, Divine Faithfulness. ment; that the LORD may bring ing with A’bră-hăm: and A'bră

(Ex.19.3. upon A bră-hăm that which he hăm returned unto his place. hath spoken of him. 20 And the LORD said, Because

CHAPTER 19 ch.13.13, Sodom (1), 18.3.9. the cry of Sõd'om and Go-mor- Lot entertaineth two angels. 4 The B.C. 1898. ch.6.5, Depravity. rah is great, and because their vicious Sodomites stricken with

blindness. 17 He is directed to flee sin is very grievous ;

to the mountain. 24 Sodom and 21 I will go down now, and see Gomorrah destroyed. 26 Lot's wife 1 Chr.28.9, “Searcher." whether they have done alto- punished. 31 Origin of Moab and

gether according to the cry of
if not, I will know.

to Sõd'om at even; Lot ch.11.27, Lot, v.23.
22 And the men turned their sat in the gate of Sõd'om: and ch.23.10, Gates (1).
faces from thence, and went to-Lot seeing them rose up to meet
ward Sõd'om: but A’bră-hăm them; and he bowed himself
stood yet before the LORD. with his face toward the ground; ch.37.7, Obeisance.

23 TAnd A’bră-hăm drew near, 2 And he said, Behold now, my Prayer (10), ch.32.24. and said, Wilt thou also destroy lords, turn in, I pray you, into ch.18.4. Hospitality, (2), Jb.36.7, The Righteous. the righteous with the wicked ? your servant's house, and tarry

(ch.24.31. 24 Peradventure there be fifty all night, and wash your feet, ch.18.4. Feet-washing,

(ch.24.32. See Intercession (3),

righteous within the city: wilt and ye shall rise up early, and

(Ex.32.32. thou also destroy and not spare go on your ways. And they ch.11.4, Cities, ch.41.48. the place for the fifty righteous said, Nay; but we will abide in that are therein ?

the street all night.
25 That be far from thee to do 3 And he pressed upon them

after this manner, to slay the greatly; and they turned in De.32.4, Divine Justice. righteous with the wicked: and unto him, and entered into his Ezr.9.15, God's Righteous that the righteous should be as house; and he made them a

[ness. the wicked, that be far from feast, and did bake unleavened 1 K.8.65, Feasts. God a Judge, Ps.58.11. thee: Shall not the Judge of all bread, and they did eat. Unleavened Bread, Ex.12.8. the earth do right?

4 (But before they lay down, 26 And the Lord said, If I find the men of the city, even the

in Sõd'om fifty righteous within men of Sõd'om, compassed the God's Mercy, ch.19.16. the city, then I will spare all the house round, both old and place for their sakes.

young, all the people from every 27 And A’bră-hăm answered quarter:

and said, Behold now, I have 5 And they called unto Lot, Self-abasement, Ex.3.11. taken upon me to speak unto and said unto him, Where are ch.6.5, Depravity. ch.2.7, Dust (1), Jb.10.9. the Lord, which am but dust the men which came in to thee and ashes :

this night? bring them out un- Ezr.9.11, Filthiness.
28 Peradventure there shall to us, that we may know them. Nu.25.6, Lasciviousness.
lack five of the fifty righteous: 6 And Lõt went out at the door
wilt thou destroy all the city for unto them, and shut the door
lack of five? And he said, If I after him,
find there forty and five, I will 7 And said, I pray you, breth- ch.3.17, Sin Rebuked.
not destroy it.

ren, do not so wickedly.
29 And he spake unto him yet| 8 Behold now, I have two
again, and said, Peradventure daughters which have not
there shall be forty found there. known man; let me, I pray
And he said, I will not do it for you, bring them out unto you,
forty's sake.

and do ye to them as is good in
30 And he said unto him, Oh your eyes: only unto these men
let not the Lord be angry, and do nothing; for therefore came

I will speak: Peradventure there they under the shadow of my
shall thirty be found there. And roof.
he said, I will not do it, if I find 9 And they said, Stand back.
thirty there.

And they said again, This one
31 And he said, Behold now, I fellow came in to sojourn, and Fellow, 1 S.21.15.
have taken upon me to speak he will needs be a judge: now
unto the Lord: Peradventure will we deal worse with thee,
there shall be twenty found than with them. And they
there. And he said, I will not pressed sore upon the man, even cb.6.5, Depravity.

The destruction of


Sodom and Gomorrah. ch.6.13, Violence. Löt, and came near to break the 22 Haste thee, escape thither; Haste (2), Ex.12.11. door.

for I cannot do any thing till 10 But the men put forth their thou be come thither. ThereSee Divine Protection, hand, and pulled Lot into the fore the name of the city was [2 Chr.16.9. house to them, and shut to the called Zō'ar.

ch.13.10, Zoar, De.34.3. door.

23 | The sun was risen upon 11 And they smote the men the earth when Lót entered into ch. 11.27, Lot, Lu.17.28.

that were at the door of the Zö'ar. Blindness (1), 2 K.6.18. house with blindness, both small 24 Then the LORD rained upon Pr.6.15, Sudden Destruction. ch.11.8, Wicked Confounded. and great: so that they wearied Sõd'om and upon Go-mor'rah Brimstone, Jb.18.15.

themselves to find the door. brimstone and fire from the Fire (3), Le. 10.2.

12 sAnd the men said unto LORD out of heaven; P.D.Jos.6.22.

Lõt, Hast thou here any be- 25 And he overthrew those
sides? son in law, and thy sons, cities, and all the plain, and all Ps.37.38, End of the Wicked.
and thy daughters, and whatso- the inhabitants of the cities,

ever thou hast in the city, bring and that which grew upon the; 2 Pe.2.9. them out of this place: ground. See Destruction (2), ch. 6.7. 13 For we will destroy this 26 But his wife looked back ch.3.11, Disobedience (2), Le.26.16, Threatenings. place, because the cry of them from behind him, and she be

(Le.10.1. Jb.10.14, Sin Known to God. is waxen great before the face came a pillar of salt.

Salt, Le.2.13. Nu.16.28, God's Messengers of the LORD; and the LORD hath 27 And A’bră-hăm gat up early Early Rising (1), ch.26.31. sent us to destroy it.

in the morning to the place 14 And Lót went out, and where he stood before the LORD: spake unto his sons in law, 28 And he looked toward Sod'- ch.13.13, Sodom (1).

which married his daughters, om and Gô-mõr'rah, and toward See Warnings, v.17. and said, Up, get you out of this all the land of the plain, and Is.52.11, Separation (4). place; for the LORD will destroy beheld, and, lo, the smoke of Pr.6.15, Sudden Destruction.

this city. But he seemed as the country went up as the Jud.1.7, Retribution (2). Unbelief (2), 2 K.7.2. one that mocked unto his sons smoke of a furnace.

Conflagrations, Jos.6.24. lin law.

29 TAnd it came to pass, when 15 TAnd when the morning God destroyed the cities of the v.22, Haste (2).

arose, then the angels hastened plain, that God remembered ch.8.1, Saints Remembered, Lot, saying, Arise, take thy wife, Abră-hăm, and sent Lõt out of

[Nu.10.9. and thy two daughters, which the midst of the overthrow, v.16, Deliverance (2). See Fate of the Wicked, are here; lest thou be consumed when he overthrew the cities

(Ps.37.2. in the iniquity of the city. in the which Lot dwelt. Procrastination, Mt.8.21. 16 And while he lingered, the 30 TAnd Lot went up out of ch.16.7, Ministering Angels, men laid hold upon his hand, Zoʻar, and dwelt in the moun

(ch.22.11. and upon the hand of his wife, tain, and his two daughters with

and upon the hand of his two him; for he feared to dwell in Mt.14.30, Needless Fear. ch.18.26, God's Mercy, daughters; the LORD being Zo’ar: and he dwelt in a cave, Caves, ch.23.9.

[Ezr.9.13. merciful unto him: and they he and his two daughters. Deliverance (2), 1 S.17.37. brought him forth, and set him 31 And the firstborn said unto without the city.

the younger, Our father is old, 17 And it came to pass, when and there is not a man in the

they had brought them forth earth to come in unto us after Warnings, De.29.20. abroad, that he said, Escape for the manner of all the earth: De.5.32, Straightforward thy life; look not behind thee, 32 Come, let us make our father Nu.25.6, Lasciviousness.

(ness. neither stay thou in all the drink wine, and we will lie with Jud. 16.4, Evil Women.

plain; escape to the mountain, him, that we may preserve seed ch.6.5, Depravity.
lest thou be consumed.

of our father.
18 And Lot said unto them, 33 And they made their father
Oh, not so, my Lord:

drink wine that night: and the Pr.20.1, Wine.
19 Behold now, thy servant firstborn went in, and lay with ch.9.21, Drunkenness (2).
hath found grace in thy sight, her father; and he perceived

and thou hast magnified thy not when she lay down, nor ch.18.26, God's Mercy. mercy, which thou hast shewed when she arose.

unto me in saving my life; and 34 And it came to pass on the See Preservation, De.6.24. I cannot escape to the moun- morrow, that the firstborn said

tain, some evil take me, unto the younger, Behold, I lay
and I die:

yesternight with my father: let
20 Behold now, this city is us make him drink wine this
near to flee unto, and it is a night also; and go thou in, and
little one: Oh, let me escape lie with him, that we may pre-
thither, (is it not a little one?) serve seed of our father.
and my soul shall live.

35 And they made their father 21 And he said unto him, See, drink wine that night also: and Ex.15.25, PrayersAnswered. I have accepted thee concern- the younger arose, and lay with

ing this thing also, that I will him; and he perceived not when
not overthrow this city, for the she lay down, nor when she
which thou hast spoken.


Abraham denieth his wife.

GENESIS, 20, 21

The birth of Isaac.

A to

36 Thus were both the daugh- 11 And Abră-hăm said, Be-
ters of Lot with child by their cause I thought, Surely the fear ch.3.12, Excuses (1).

of God is not in this place; and See Fear of God, 1 S.12.14.
37 And the firstborn bare a they will slay me for my wife's
son, and called his name Mõ'ab: sake.

the same is the father of the 12 And yet indeed she is my Moabites, Nu.25.1. Mõ'ab-ites unto this day. sister; she is the daughter of

38 And the younger, she also my father, but not the daughter bare a son, and called his name of my mother; and she became

Běn-ăm'mi: the same is the my wife. Ammonites, De.2.19. father of the children of Am'- 13 And it came to pass, when See Divine Call (2), ch.12.1. mõn unto this day.

God caused me to wander from

my father's house, that I said
B.C.1898 (?)
Abraham denieth his wife, and Abim-

unto her, This is thy kindness elech taketh her: 14 he restoreth her which thou shalt shew unto me; with presents.

at every place whither we shall ch.11.27, Abraham, ch.21.2. ND A bră-hăm journeyed come, say of me, He is my

south country, and dwelled be- 14 And A-bỉm'e-lěch took sheep, ch.12.10, Sojourners, tween Kā'desh and Shûr, and so- and oxen, and menservants, and [ch.21.34. journed in Gē'rär.

womenservants, and gave them ch.24.53, Presents. ch.11.29, Sarah, ch.21.6. 2 And A’bră-hăm said of Sā'rah unto A’bră-hăm, and restored ch.12.13, Deception, ch.26.7. his wife, She is my sister: and him Sā'rah his wife. Abimelech, ch.21.22. A-bim'e-lěch king of Gē’rär sent, 15 And A-bỉm'e-lěch said, Be- ch.13.9, Unselfishness. and took Sā'rah.

hold, my land is before thee: 3 But God came to A-bim’e-dwell where it pleaseth thee. Nu.12.6, Dreams.

|lěch in a dream by night, and 16 And unto Sā'rah he said,
said to him, Behold, thou art Behold, I have given thy brother
but a dead man, for the woman a thousand pieces of silver: be- Silver (1), ch.23.15.

which thou hast taken; for she hold, he is to thee a covering of See Adultery, Ex.20.14. is a man's wife.

the eyes, unto all that are with 4 But A-bỉm'e-lěch had not thee, and with all other : thus come near her: and he said, she was reproved.

Ps.141.5, Reproof (2). See Divine Justice, De.32.4. Lord, wilt thou slay also a right- 17 So A bră-hăm prayed unto Ex.32.32, Intercession (3). eous nation ?

God: and God healed A-bim'e5 Said he not unto me, She is lěch, and his wife, and his maidmy sister ? and she, even she servants; and they bare chilherself said, He is my brother: dren.

in the integrity of my heart and 13 For the LORD had fast Ps.19.13, Innocence. innocency of my hands have I closed up all the wombs of the done this.

house of A-bỉm'e-lěch, because 6 And God said unto him in a of Sā'rah Abră-hăm's wife. Nu.12.6, Dreams.

dream, Yea, I know that thou Nu.16.15, Integrity (2). didst this in the integrity of thy

heart; for I also withheld thee Isaac is born. 9 Hagar and Ishmael B.C.1897 (?)

cast forth: 17 an angel comforteth
from sinning against me: there- her. 22 Abimelech makes a cove-
fore suffered I thee not to touch nant with Abraham.

ND the Lord visited Sā'rah 1 K.8.56, God's Word Sure. 7 Now therefore restore the as he had said, and the De.7.9, Divine Faithfulness.

man his wife; for he is a LORD did unto Sā'rah as he had Ex.32.32, Intercession (3). prophet, and he shall pray for spoken.

thee, and thou shalt live: and 2 For Sā'rah conceived, and Conception, ch.25.21.

if thou restore her not, know bare Abră-hăm a son in his old ch.11.27, Abraham, ch.22.1. ch.2.17, Sin's Penalty. thou that thou shalt surely die, age, at the set time of which ch.33.5. Children (1).

thou, and all that are thine. God had spoken to him. ch.15.15, Old Age. ch.19.27, Early Rising (1). 8 Therefore A-bỉm'e-lěch rose 3 And Ã'bră-hăm called the ch.4.25, Children Named,

(ch.30.8. early in the morning, and called name of his son that was born all his servants, and told all unto him, whom Sā'rah bare to these things in their ears: and him, l’şaac.

ch.17.19, Isaac, v.12. Ne.5.15, Godly Fear.

the men were sore afraid. 4 And Abră-hăm circumcised ch.17.10, Circumcision.

9 Then A-bỉm'e-lěch called his son I'şaac being eight days

A’bră-hăm, and said unto him, old, as God had commanded him. ch.6.22, Obedience (2). ch.3.17, Sin Rebuked.

What hast thou done unto us? 5 And Abră-hăm was an hun-
and what have I offended thee, dred years old, when his son ch.5.4, Longevity (2).
that thou hast brought on me l’şaac was born unto him.
and on my kingdom a great sin? 6 ? And Sā'rah said, God hath ch.11.29, Sarah, ch.23.1.
thou hast done deeds unto me made me to laugh, so that all 1 S.2.1, Rejoicing (2).
that ought not to be done. that hear will laugh with me.
10 And A-bỉm'e-lěch said unto 7 And she said, Who would
A’bră-hăm, What sawest thou, have said unto A bră-hăm, that
that thou hast done this thing ? Sāʻrah should have given chil-


Hagar and Ishmael


are cast forth. dren suck? for I have born him 22 (And it came to pass at ch.15.15, Old Age. a son in his old age.

that time, that A-bim'e-lệch and ch.20.2, Abimelech, v.32. 8 And the child grew, and was Phi'chol the chief captain of his

weaned: and A'bră-hăm made a host spake unto A bră-hăm, say1 K.8.65, Feasts.

great feast the same day that ing, God is with thee in all that ch.28.15, Divine Presence.
I’şaac was weaned.

thou doest:
9 TAnd Sā'rah saw the son of 23 Now therefore swear unto
Hā’gar the E-ġġp'tian, which me here by God that thou wilt v.27, Covenant (4).

she had born unto A'bră-hăm, not deal falsely with me, nor Pt.17.5, Mocking (1). mocking

with my son, nor with my son's Bond servants, Le.19.20. 10 Wherefore she said unto son: but according to the kindEx.33.16, Separation (2). A bră-hăm, Cast out this bond- ness that I have done unto thee, ch.16.11, Ishmael, v.14. woman and her son: for the son thou shalt do unto me, and to ch.15.3, Heirs, ch.25.5. of this bondwoman shall not be the land wherein thou hast soStrife (4), Pr.18.19. heir with my son, even with journed. I'şaac.

24 And A’bră-hăm said, I will ch.26.31, Oaths (3). 11 And the thing was very swear. ch.31.28, Paternal Love. grievous in A'bră-hăm's sight 25 And Asbră-hăm reproved Ps.141.5, Reproof (2). because of his son.

A-bîm'e-lěch because of a well 12 (And God said unto A’bră- of water, which A-bim'e-lěch's Dishonesty (2), ch.26.20. hăm, Let it not be grievous in servants had violently taken ch.6.13, Violence. thy sight because of the lad, and away. because of thy bondwoman; in 26 And A’bỉm'e-lěch said, I

all that Sā'rah hath said unto wot not who hath done this ch.17.19, Isaac, ch.22.2. thee, hearken unto her voice; thing: neither didst thou tell Ps.25.13, Seed of the Right- for in I'şaac shall thy seed be me, neither yet heard I of it, [eous. called.

but to day. 13 And also of the son of the 27 And A’bră-hăm took sheep ch.4.4, Sheep. 1 K.8.56, God's Promises. bondwoman will I make a na- and oxen, and gave them unto

tion, because he is thy seed. A-bim'e-lěch; and both of them ch.19.27, Early Rising (1). 14 And Abră-hăm rose up made a covenant.

Covenant (4), 1 S.18.3. ch.6.22, Obedience (2). early in the morning, and took 28 And Abră-hăm set seven ch.14.18, Bread.

bread, and a bottle of water, ewe lambs of the flock by themBottles, Jud.4.19.

and gave it unto Hā'gar, put-selves. Water, Ex.15.25.

ting it on her shoulder, and the 29 And A-bim'e-lěch said unto ch.16.1, Hagar, Ga.4.25. child, and sent her away: and A’bră-hăm, What mean these ch.16.11, Ishmael, v.18. she departed, and wandered in seven ewe lambs which thou ch.16.7, Wildernesses. the wilderness of Bē'er-shē bå. hast set by themselves ? p.p.Nu.20.5.

15 And the water was spent in 30 And he said, For these the bottle, and she cast the child seven ewe lambs shalt thou under one of the shrubs. take of my hand, that they may

16 And she went, and sat her be a witness unto me, that I down over against him a good have digged this well.

Wells, ch.25.11. way off, as it were a bowshot: 31 Wherefore he called that Maternal Love, Ex.2.3. for she said, Let me not see the place Bē'er-shēbå; because Beer-sheba, ch.22.19.

death of the child. And she sat there they sware both of them. Nu.11.15, Despondency. over against him, and lift up 32 Thus they made a covenant Weeping, ch.27.38. her voice, and wept.

at Beer-shể bả: then A-bim e- ch.20.2, Abimelech.
Ex.3.7. Divine Compassion. 17 And God heard the voice of lěch rose up, and Phi'chol the
ch.16.7, Ministering Angels. the lad; and the angel of God chief captain of his host, and

called to Hā'gar out of heaven, they returned into the land of
and said unto her, What aileth the Phi-lis'tỉneş.

Philistines, ch.26.18. ch.26.24, "Fear Not." thee, Hā'gar? fear not; for God 33 (And A’bra-ham planted a

hath heard the voice of the lad grove in Bē'er-shē'bå, and called Ps.5.3, Prayerfulness. where he is.

there on the name of the LORD, ch.16.11, Ishmael, v.21. 18 Arise, lift up the lad, and the everlasting God.

De.32.40, God Eternal. hold him in thine hand; for I 34 And A’bră-hăm sojourned ch.12.10, Sojourners, ch.47.4.

will make him a great nation. in the Phi-lis'tines' land many Philistia, Ex.13.17. Eyes Opened, Nu.22.31. 19 And God opened her eyes, days. v.30, Wells. and she saw a well of water ;

CHAPTER 22 and she went, and filled the Abraham, offering Isaac, 11 is stayed B.C.1872. De.2.7, Divine Supplies. bottle with water, and gave the by the ange!: 15 he is blessed again.

20 Generation of Nahor unto Relad drink.

bekah. ch.28.15, Divine Presence.

and he grew, and in these things, that God did Spir. Tests, Ex.20.20. ch.10.9, Hunters, ch.25.27. the wilderness, and became an tempt A’bră-hăm, and said unto Archers, 1 3.31.3. archer.

him, Aobra-hăm: and he said, ch.11.27, Abraham, ch.23.2. 21 And he dwelt in the wilder- Behold, here I am. ch.16.11, Ishmael, ch.25.12. ness of Pā'ran: and his mother 2 And he said, Take now thy ch.2.18, Wife.

took him a wife out of the land son, thine only son i'şaac, whom ch.17.19, Isaac, ch.24.4. of E'gypt.

thou lovest, and get thee into the ch.31.28, Paternal Love.

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The trial of Abraham's faith.


The death of Sarah. Le.18.21, Human Sacrifices. land of Mô-ri'ah; and offer him 16 And said, By myself have I Ex.29.18, Burnt-offerings. there for a burnt offering upon sworn, saith the LORD, for be- God's Oaths, Ps.89.35. High Places (3), ch.31.54. one of the mountains which I cause thou hast done this thing, Faith Tested, Jos.6.3. will tell thee of.

and hast not withheld thy son, Early Rising (2), ch.28.18. 3 And A bră-hăm rose up early thine only son:

in the morning, and saddled his 17 That in blessing I will bless Ex.23.25, Blessings (2). Asses, Nu.22.28.

ass, and took two of his young thee, and in multiplying I will ch.15.5, Posterity Promised, men with him, and I'şaac his multiply thy seed as the stars of

[ch.21.24. son, and clave the wood for the the heaven, and as the sand Ps.25.13, Seed of the Right

(eous. burnt offering, and rose up, and which is upon the sea shore; Sand, Ho.1.10. ch.6.22, Obedience (2) went unto the place of which and thy seed shall possess the 1 K.8.56, God's Promises. (Ex.36.1. God had told him.

gate of his enemies; 4 Then on the third day Abră- 18 And in thy seed shall all the hăm lifted up his eyes, and saw nations of the earth be blessed; Gentiles (1), Ps.22.27. the place afar off.

because thou hast obeyed my Ex.20.6, Prom. to Obedient. 5 And Abră-hăm said unto his voice. young men, Abide ye here with 19 So Ābră-hăm returned unto

the ass; and I and the lad will his young men, and they rose Worshippers, ch.24.26. go yonder and worship, and up and went together to Bē'ercome again to you.

shēʻbå; and A’bră-hăm dwelt at 6 And Abră-hăm took the Bē'er-shē bå.

ch.21.31, Beer-sheba,

(ch.26.33. wood of the burnt offering, and 20 TAnd it came to pass after See Burden-bearer, Is.53.4. laid it upon l'şaac his son; and these things, that it was told

he took the fire in his hand, and Abră-hăm, saying, Behold, Mil-
a knife; and they went both of cah, she hath also born children
them together.

unto thy brother Nā'hôr; ch.11.27, Nahor(b), ch.24.15.
7 And I'şaac spake unto Abră- 21 Hŭz his firstborn, and Bůz
hăm his father, and said, My his brother, and Kê-mū'el the
father: and he said, Here am I, father of A'ram,
my son. And he said, Behold the 22 And Chē'sed, and Hāʼzo,
fire and the wood: but where is and Pil'dăsh, and Jidlaph, and

the lamb for a burnt offering? Běth-u'el.
ch.15.6, Faith (5), Jos.14.12. 8 And A’bră-hăm said, My son, 23 And Běth-u'el begat Re- ch.24.15, Rebekah.
Jb.38.41, Providence. God will provide himself a lamb běk'ah: these eight Mil'cah did
Ex.29.39, Lambs.

for a burnt offering: so they bear to Nā'hôr, Abră-hăm's
went both of them together. brother.

9 And they came to the place 24 And his concubine, whose ch.16.3, Concubinage,
which God had told him of; and name was Reu'mah, she bare

(ch.30.4. ch.8.20, Altars (1), ch.26.25. Abră-hăm built an altar there, also Tē’bah, and Gă'hăm, and

and laid the wood in order, and Thā'hăsh, and Mā'a-chah. Le.18.21, Human Sacrifices. bound I'şaac his son, and laid

him on the altar upon the wood, Sarah's age and death. 3. The pur- B.C.1860.
10 And Abră-hằm stretched

chasc of Machpelah, 19 where Sarah
forth his hand, and took the was buried.
knife to slay his son.

ND Sā'rah was an hundred ch.11.29, Sarah, Ro.9.9. [Ex.14.19. called unto him out of heaven, old: these were the years of the ch.32.1, Angels Appear. and said, Abrằ-hăm, Abra-hăm: life of Sa rah. and he said, Here am I. 2 And Sā'rah died in Kir'jath-'Nu.23.10, Death of Right.

Teous. 12 And he said, Lay not thine är bå; the same is Hebron in

ch.13.18, Hebron, Nu.13.22. hand upon the lad, neither do the land of Cā'năan: and A’bră

thou any thing unto him: for hăm came to mourn for Sā'rah, ch.11.27, Abraham, ch.24.1. Ne.5.15, Godly Fear. now I know that thou fearest and to weep for her.

Grief, ch.37.35.
God, seeing thou hast not with- 3 | And A bră-hăm stood up
held thy son, thine only son from before his dead, and spake
from me.

unto the sons of Hěth, saying, ch.10.15, Heth, ch.27.46. 13 And Abră-hăm lifted up his 4 I am a stranger and a so- ch.12.10, Sojourners.

eyes, and looked, and behold be- journer with you: give me a ch.47.9, Pilgrimage. ch.15.9, Rams, Ex.29.15. hind him a ram caught in a possession of a buryingplace ch.47.30, Burying-places.

thicket by his horns: and Abră- with you, that I may bury my

hăm went and took the ram, and dead out of my sight. Ex.29.18, Burnt-offerings. offered him up for a burnt offer- 5 And the children of Hěth an

ing in the stead of his son. swered A’bră-hăm, saying unto

14 And Abră-hăm called the him, Jb.38.41, Providence.

name of that place Je-ho'vah- 6 Hear us, my lord: thou art See Divine Supplies, De.2.7. ji'reh: as it is said to this day, In a mighty prince among us: in; 24.35. R.V. it shall be provided. the mount of the LORD it shall the choice of our sepulchres 2 S.15.23, Sympathy (2).

bury thy dead; none of us shall
ch.32.1, Angels Appear. 15 TAnd the angel of the LORD withhold from thee his sepul- Sepulchres, De.34.6.

called unto Abră-hăm out of chre, but that thou mayest bury
heaven the second time,

thy dead.

ch.16.7, Ministering Angels, knif and the angel of the Lord A and Séveh anda twenty years ch.5., 2.omgevi15.09.2

be seen.

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