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18 And Lot faid unto them, Ohh not and dwelled between 10. 14. fo, my LORD. Shur, and fojourned in Getar. ? Deut. 19 Behold now, thy fervant hath 2 And Abraham faid of Sarah his Prov. 31. 17. found grace in thy fight, and thou haft wife, She is my fifter: and Abimelech 24. 16. iKin. magnified thy mercy, which thou haft king of Gerar fent, and took Sarah. Pal. 9.9. fhewed unto me in faving my life; Pfal, and I cannot efcape to the mountain, dream by night, and faid to him, Be- v.7. 3 But God came to Abimelech in a 105.14. 145.19. left fome i evil take me, and I die. hold, thou art but e a dead man, for the Eze.33. 1 Mar. 20 Behold now, this city is near to woman which thou haft taken: for the 14. 15. 6.5. flee unto, and it is a little one: Oh let is a mans wife. Ital. me efcape thither, (is it not a little 4 But Abimelech had fnot come near 4. 1. fGen. 65.8. one?) and my foul fhall live.
her and he faid, LORD, wilt thou Ifai. 21 And he faid unto him, See, I have fay alfo garighteous nation? 47. 11. kaccepted thee concerning this thing Said he not unto me, she my bikin. Deu.alfo, that I will not overthrow this fifter and the, even the her felf faid, 9.4. 29.23.city, for the which thou haft fpoken. He is my brother: in the integrity of ikin. Hof. 22 Hafte thee, efcape thither; for I my heart, and innocency of my bands 21. 29. 11.8. cannot do any thing till thou be come have I done this. Jon. 3.
8 Therefore Abimelech qrofe early gave in the morning, and called all his fer- thee vaurs, and told all these things in their not.
2 Pet. thither: therefore the name of the city 6 And God faid unto him in a 10. 2.6. was called Zoar. dream, i Yea, I know that thou didst 23 The fun was m rifen upon the this in the integrity of thy heart: for 21. 1. kPro. V.7. earth when Lot entred into Zoar. I alfo k with-held thee from finning 1 Sam. Jer.20. 24 Then the LORD rained upon against me; therefore fuffered I thee 25. 26. 16. n Sodom & upon Gomorrah brimftone not to touch her. Gen. and fire from the Lord out of heaven. Gen. 7. Now therefore restore the man his 3 1.7. 14.3 25 And he overthrew thofe cities, wife: for he is a prophet, and he/ Pfalm Deut. and all the plain, and all the inhabi-n fhall pray for thee, and thou shalt 51.4. 19. 23. tants of the cities, and o that which live: and if thou o reftore her not, Gen. 2v. 17.grew upon the ground. know thou that thon fhalt furely die, 39-9Luk. 26 But his wifep looked back from thou, and all that are thine. 17. 31. behind him, and the became a q pillar Heb. 92 Sa. of fair. 18. 18. 27 And Abraham gat up early in r Gen. the morning, to the place where r he ears: and the men were fore afraid. 18. 21. ftood before the LORD. Pfalm 9 Then Abimelech called Abraham, 81. 12. 28 And he looked toward Sodom and faid unto him, What haft thou m Pfal. and Gomorrah, and toward all the done unto us? and what have I offend-74. 15. Land of the plain, and beheld, and lo, ed thee, that thou haft r brought on me n Jer. Rev. the ffmoke of the country went up as and on my kingdom a great fin? thou 14. 11. 18.9. the fmoke of a furnace.. haft done deeds unto me that ought I Kin. 29 And it came to pafs, when God not to be done. 13.6. deffroyed the cities of the plain, that 10 And Abimelech faid unto Abra-o Lev. Gen. God remembred Abraham, and fent ham, What faweft thon, that thou 6. 457. 19. 22. Lot out of the midft of the overthrow, haft done this thing? P2 Sa V. 17, when he overthrew the cities, in the 11 And Abraham fald, Becaufe I 24. 17. 19, 23. which Lot dwelt. thought,Surely ther fear of God is not Gen. Jam. I. 30 And Lot went up out of Zoar, in this place; and they will flay me for 12. 15. 8. and dwelt u in the mountain, and his my wife's fake. Mar. two daughters with him; for he feared 12 And yet indeed fhe is a my fifter; 2.4. to dwell in Zoar: and he dwelt in a fhe is the daughter of my father, batr Rev. v. 28. cave, he and his two daughters. not the daughter of my mother: and 2. 14. Gen. 31 And the firft-born faid unto the fire became my wife. 6.4. younger, Our father is old,and there is and 16. x not a man in f earthy to come in un2.4. to 11s,after the manner of all the earth. Deut. 31 z Come, let us make our father 25.5. drink wine,and we will lie with him, Gen. we may preferve feed of our father. come, fay of me, He is my brother. II.3. 33 And they made their father a drink 14 And Abimelech took fheep, and 12.5. Gen. wine that night: and the firft-born oxen, and men-fervants, and women- 10, 11. went in, and lay with her father; and fervants, and gave them unto Abraham, Prov. 1 Cor. he perceived not when the lay down, and reftored him Sarah his wife. 16.6. 15 And Abimelech fald, Behold my Gen.
Rom. 13 And it came to pafs, when God 2. 14. cauled me to x wander from my fathers Gen houfe, that I faid unto her, This is thy 38. 24. kindnefs which thou fhalt fhew unto Lev. me; at every place whither we shall 20. 10. 2. Sam.
nor when the arofe.
11.1. Bv.8. 34 And it came to pass on the morrow, land is before thee; dwell where fr 42. 18. Iudg. that firft-born faid unto the younger, pleafeth thee.
Rom. Behold, I lay yefternight my father: 16 And unto Sarah he faid, Behold, 3.11. I Sam. let us make him drink wine this night I have given y thy brother a thousand Gen, 15.33. alfo ; and go thou in, and lie with him, pieces of filver: behold, he is to thee a 11. 29. I Kin. that we may preferve feed of our father.covering of the eyes, unto all that are x Heb 19. 21. 35 And they made their father drink with thee,and with all other: thus the 11.8. Rut. wine that night alfo, and the younger was reproved. and he Abraham God: Prov. Mat. 1, ceived not when the lay down, nor and God a healed Abimelech, and bis 27. 5. wife, and his maid-fervants; and theyJon.
Fam. 36 Thus were both the daughters ofbare children. Stand the 14 er. 29. Lot with child b by their father. 118 For the LORD had & faft clofed np 4 Jam Judg. 37 And the firft-born bare a fon, and all the wombs of the houfe of Abine-5.15. 3. 14. called his name Moab: the fame is thelech, because of Sarah Abrahams wife. 1Sam. That father of the c Moabites unto this day. CHAP. XXI. 5.10. is, the 38 And the younger, fre alfo bare at Ifaac is born. Hagar and Ishmael fon of fon, and called his name + Ben-ammi: are caft forth. 22 Abimelech's covemy peo the fame is the father of the children nant with Abraham. pic. of Ammon unto this day. CHAP. XX.
Nd the LORD a vifited Sarah as he a Luk. and the
2 Abraham denieth his wife, and lofeth Sarah bas he had fpoken.k ber. 14 Abimelech restoreth Sarah. 2 For Sarah c conceived, and bare A- 17. 19. Gen. Athence toward the fouth-country, Nd Abraham journeyed a from braham a fon in his old age, at the Pfal. d fet 12.6. Tit. 1.2. Heb 11.11.
Ifade is born. i vlada
4 Gen. 4fer time, of which God had spoken 18. 20. to him.
Abraham off ring laat. 24 And Abraham fald, I will wear. f'Heb. 25 And Abraham reproved Abime- 6. 10. Gal. 4. 3 And Abraham called the name of lech becaufe of g a well of water,which Kom. 22. his fon that was born unto him, whom Abimelechs fervants had violently 12.8. e Gen. Sarah bare to him, e Ifaac. taken away. Gen.. 17. 19. 4 And Abraham circumcifed his fon 26 And Abimelech fald, b I wor not 14. 13. Den. Ifaac, being f eight days old, as God who hath done this thing neither Gen. 12.8. had commanded him." didft thou tell me, neither yet heard 126. 19. & In. s And Abraham was an hundred of it but to day. 54. 1. years old, when his fon Ifaac was Judg. 27 And Abraham i took fheep and 1. 15. Gal. 4. born unto him. and both of them made a covenant. oxen and gave them unto Abimelech Gen. 13.7. 28 And Abrahamn fet feven ew-lambs 2 Kin, of the flock by themfelves. 5.22.
6 And Sarah faid, God hath made bIfal. me tog laugh, fo that all that hear will 49. 21 laugh with me.
ham, What mean thefe feven ew-lambs, 18. 24. 29 And Abimelech faid unto Abra-i Prov. which thou haft fer by themselves?
Pfalm 7 And the faid, Who would have faid
lambs fhalt thou take of my hand, that
9 And Sarah faw the fon of Hagar Lam. the Egyptian, which the hat born unto 1.7. Abrahan, mocking.
Beer-theba: because there they fware. a1 Wherefore he called that place both of them.
k Gen. 31.46 48. That is the
Beer-fheba: then Abimelech rofe np the
Gal. 10 Wherefore the faid unto Abra4.24. ham, m Caft out this bond-woman,and Prov. her fon: for the fon of this bond-wo- and Phicol the chief captain of his oath. 20. 11, man thall not be heir with my fon, hoft, and they returned into the land Gen. nGal, even with Ifaac.CAN of the Philifins. 3.18. 11And the thing was very grievous in 26.33. 33 T And Abraham planted a grove / Rom. and 4. Abrahams fight, o becaufe of his fon. in Beer-fheba, and called there on the 16. 26. 12 And God faid unto Abraham, name of LORD, everlafting God. 1 Tim. 1-Pet. Let it not be grievous in thy fight, be1.7. caufe of the lad, and because of the Philiftins land many days. 34 And Abraham fojourned in the 1.17. Joh. S. bond-woman. In all that Sarah hath 35. fald unto thee, hearken unto her CHAP. XXII. 1 Joh. voice: for pin Ifaac fhall thy feed be 2. 19. called. 1 bat Gen. 13 And alfo of the son of the bond. 17. 18. woman will Ig make a nation, becaufe
Abrabam offering Ifaac, is ftayed by an angel. 1 He is blefed again. 20 The generations of Nabor. A things, that God did 6 tempt Abra-7.3. ANd it came to país a after thefe a Act. And he faid, Behold, e bere I am. ham, and faid unto him, Abraham. Job 3. 25, 26.
Rom. he is thy feed. 9.7.8. 14 And Abraham rofe up early in 9 Gen: the morning, and took bread, and al 17. 20. bottle of water, and gave it unto Ha- thine d only fon Ifaac,e whom thou lov-1.12. 2 And he fald, Take now thy fon6 Jam gar (putting it on her thoulder)and the eft, and get thee into the land off Mo- 1 Cor. child, and fent her away: and the de- riah; and offer him there for a burnt-10. 13. Gal. parted, and rwandered in the wilder- offering upon one of the mountains Jam. 4.23. nefs of Beer-fheba. which I will tell thee of.
Mát. 15 And the water was spent in the T And Abraham g rofe up early in Heb. 15. 32. bottle, and the caft the child under one the morning, and fadled his afs, and 11. 17. Pro. of the shrubs. od took two of his young men with hime Rom. 21. 16. 16 And he went, and fat her down and Ifaac his fon, and clave the wood g. 32. *Ifai. over against him a good way off, as it for the burnt-offering, and rofe up f2 Ch. 35.6. were a bow-fhot: for the faid, Let me and went unto the place of which God 3.1. Judg.not fee the death of the child. And the had told him. 14.2. fat over against him, and lift up her 4 Then on the third day Abraham 11ft 21.14. g Gen. 1 Cor. voice and wept. $40 up his eyes,and faw the place afar off. pfalm 7.38. 17 And God heard the voice of the Gen. lad. And the angel of God called to men, abide you here with the afs; and 60, S And Abraham faid unto his young 119. 20.2. Hagar out of heaven, and faid unto I and the lad will go yonder and wor- Hebr. 1 Sam. her, What aileth thee, Hagar? fear 2.30. not; for God hath heard the voice of hip and k come again to you.
6 And Abraham took the wood of h 1 Sa. Ifaac his fon and he took the fire in Hear. the burnt-offering, and laid it upon 16. 12 his hand, and a knife: and they went 12. 1. both of them together.
7 And Ifaac fpake unto Abraham his 9.16. Matt. father, and fald, My father: & he faid Heb. Here am I, my fen. And he faid, Be- 11. 19 is the m lamb for a burnt-offering? hold the fire and the wood: but where 7 Joha
19. 17. Luk.
1 Kin. the lad where he is. 11. 40. 18 Arife, lift up the lad, and hold Deut. him in thine hand; for I will make 28. 13 him a great nation. Neh. 2. 19 And God opened her eyes, and 6. the law a x well of water and the went, Dan. 3.and filled the bottle with water, and १०. gave the lad to drink. Gen. 20 And God was with the lad, and 41.37 he grew, and dwelt in the wilderness, 38. and became an archer. A Gen. 21 And he dwelt in the wilderness 39.3. of Paran: and his y mother took him a Jo3.7 wife out of the land of Egypt. 9 And they came to the place which 12.5. 2 Chr. 22 And it came to pafs at that God had told him of, and Abraham 1.1. time, that 4 Abimelech, and Phicol the built o an altar there, and laid y wood 25.9. C1 Sa. chief captain of his hoft fpake unto in order,and bound Ifaac his fon, and 8.20. 30. 15. Abraham,faying, b God is with thee in laid him on the altar upon the wood. 2 Cor. all that thou do. 10 And Abraham ftretched forth his 15.1. ? Mar. 1.23. 23 Now therefore c fwear unto me here hand, & took f knife q to day his fon. Heb. 4 Gen. by God, d that thou wilt not deal falfly 11 And yr Angel of the LORD cal- 11.7. 14. 23. with me, nor with my fon,nor with my led unto him/ont of heaven, and fald, v. 12. Jer. 4. fons fon: but according to the kindness Abraham Abraham. And he fald, 16.
8 And Abraham fald, My fon, God will provide himfelfalamb for a burnt- 24. 27. offering: fo they went both of them together.
that I have done unto thee, thon thalt Here am I. eGen. do unto me, and to the land wherein 20. 14. thou haft fojourned.
Gen. 12 And he fald, t Lay not thine hand 21. 17. upon the lad, neither do thou any thing Heb.
unto 11. 19.
Genefis. Pial. unto him: for now #Iknow that thou me, for na poffeffion of a burying-n Gen, Abrahams pierchase. x feareft God, fecing thou haft not place amongst you. x Pfal. withheld thy fon, thine only fon from 10 And Ephron dwelt amongst the 13. 15. 2. 11. me. children of Heth. And Ephron HitIal. 13 And Abraham lifted up his eyes, tite anfwered Abraham in the audience 30. 21. and lookat,& behold, y behind him za of the children of Heth,even of all that Pe. ram caught in a thicker by his horns: went in at gates of his city, faying, o Mat. 1. 19. and Abraham went and took the ram, 11 Nay, my lord, hear me: the field 9. 1. a Mat. and offered him up for a burnt-offer- give 1 thee, and the cave that is there- Gen. 27. 29. ing, in the ftead of his fon. in. I give it thee; in the presence of 24. 10. that 14 And Abraham called the name of the fons of my people give it thee: Luk. 2. Is, the that place + Jehovah-firch: as it is fald bury thy dead. Lord to this day, In the mount of the LORD 3.4. will fee bit fhall be feen. Luk. 19. 14. audience of the people of the land 1, 4.9. 13 And he spake unto Ephron in the Rut. 4 faying. But if thou wilt give it, I pray
12 And Abraham bowed down himfelf before the people of the land.
or pre- 15 And the angel of the LORD vide. called unto Abraham out of heaven Exod. the fecond time. 17. 15. 16 And faid, c By my felf have I fworn, thee, hear ine: q I will give thee money q2 Sa. Mar. faith the LORD,4 for becaufe thou haft for the field; take it of me, and I will 24. 22. 15. 32. done this thing, and halt not withheld bury my dead there. Col. 4. Deut. thy fen, thine only fon:
14 And Ephron anfwered Abraham, 5. 17 That in blefting I will blefs thee, faying unto him,
32, 36. e Heb. and in multiplying I will multiply 15 My!ord, hearken unto me: the 4.8. ethy feed as the stars of the heaven, land is worth four hundred fhekels of r Gen. 4 Gen. and as the fand which is upon the fea- filver; what is that betwixt me and 49. 32. 11. 2. thore; and thy feed fhalf poflefs the thee? bury therefore thy dead. Rom, gate of his enemies;
16 And Abraham hearkned unto Jer. 4.13, 18 Anding thy feed frail all the nati- Ephron, and Abraham weighed to E-32.79. 14. ons of the earth be bleed because Gen. thou haft obeyed my voice. the which he had named Heh. in the audience of the fons of Heth, food 12. 12. 19 So Abraham returned unto his four hundred fhekels of filver, currant up. f.Deut. young men, and they rofe up, and money with the merchant. 21. 19. went together to Beer-theba,and AbraPfalm. ham dwelt at Beer-fheba." 2.8,9. 20 And it came to pafs after thefe Dan. 2. things, that it was told Abraham, lay44, 45. ing, Behold Milcah, the hath alfo born 1 Cor. children unto thy brother Nahor; 15-57. 21 bHuz his firit-born, and Buz his g Gal. brother, and Kemuer the father of
17 And the field of Ephron,which Jer.32 mus inr Machpelah, which was before 7, 9. Mamre, the field, and the cave which t Mat. wherein, and all the trees that 10. 16. were in the field, that were in all the Pfalm fure borders round about, were made 112. 5. Col. 4. 18 Unto Abraham for a poffeflion in 5. the presence of the children of Heth, before all that went in at the gates of u Rut. his city.
22 And Chefed, and Hazo, and Pildafh, and Jidlaph, and Bethuel.
23 And Bethuel begar Rebekah:, thefe eight Milah did bear to Nahor, Abrahams brother. 32.2. 24 And his concubine whofe name k Prov. was Reunah, fhe bore alfo Tebah, and 25.25. Gaham, and Thahafh, and k Maachah. therein,were made fure unto Abraham, 5, 13. 20 And the feid and the cave that is and 50. I Kin. CHAP. XXIII. for a poffeffion of xa burying-place, by and 25.
19 And after this, Abraham buried Gen. Sarah his wife in the cave of the field 34. 20. fame Hebron in the land of Canaan, 49, 31 of Machipelah, before Mamre the Gen.
15. 12. 1 Sarabs age and death. 3 The purchase the fons of Heth.
Nd Sarah was a an hundred and
4 Gen. A leven and twenty years old: the fe
Pet. were the years of the blife of Sarah." 3.6. 2 And Sarah died e in Kirlath-arba; Gen. the fame is Hebron in the land of Ca13.-18. naan and Abraham came d to moura Gen. for Sarah, and to weep for her.. 50.9. 3 And Abraham stood up e from beJoh. fore his dead, and fpake unto the fons 11. 31. of fHeth, faying, fGen. 4 I am ga ftranger anda fojourner 10. 15. with you give me a poffeflion of a g1 Ch. b burying place with you, that I may 29. 15. bury my dead out of my fight. bAct. 7.5. Ecc.
en Rehekab. 62 Ifaac meeteth ber Ad Abraham was old, and well † Heb. ftricken in age: and the LORD Cone a had bleffed Abraham in all things. into 2 And Abraham fàid unto his beldest days. fervant of his houfe, that ruled over Gen. all that he had, Put, I pray thee, thy 25, 20. hand c under my thigh. with 3 And I will make thee d (wear by the 21.5.2 LORD the God of heaven, and the 4 Gen. God of the earth, that theu fhalt not 12.2. take a wife unto my fon of the fdaugh- Prov. ters of the Canaanites amongst whom 10. 22. BI Tit. 4 But thou shalt go unto g my coun- 5. 17. trey, and to my kindred, and take a c Gen. wife unto my fon Ifaac.
And the children of Heth anfwer- I dwell: ed Abraham, faying unto him 6 Hear us,my lord;they art ta mighty prince kamongft us:iny choice of our Heb. depulchres bury thy dead; none of us And the fervant faid unto him, h d'Gen. a prince hall withhold from thee his fepulchre, Peradventure the woman will not be 32. 53. of God, but that thou mayeft bury thy dead. Pfalm 7 And Abraham ftood up,and / bow- muft I needs bring thy fon again unto 6.13. willing to follow me unto this lande Deu. 47.4. ed himself to the people of the land, the land from whence thou cameft? f Exod. and 80. even to the children of Heth. 364 And Abraham faid unto him, Be-34. 16. ware then that thou bring not my fon Deut. thither again.
And he communed with them, faying, if it be your mind that I fhould bury my dead out of my fight,hear me, 7 The LORD God of heaven g Gen. 1.Joh. and Intreat for me to Ephron the fon which k took me from my fathers hou- 11. 28. 3.1, 2. of m Zohar: fe, and from the land of my kindred,& Prov. which ipake unto me, and that fware 13. 16. unto me, faving, Unto thy feed will i Gal.
Gen. 9 That he may give me the cave of 21. 22. Machpelah, which he hath, which is
12 Sa. in the end of his field, for as much I give this land; he fhall fend/his angel 5.1. 16.4. money as it is worth he fhall give it before thee, and thou fhalt take a wife Heb. Heb. our foul. Deut. 21. 14. Pfalm 27. 12. m Gen. unto my fon from thence. 46. io.
3.29. Rom 1
1. 1. Job
11.9.) S. And k Pfal. 34.4.6. /Hebr. 1.14.
and Rebekab. And if the woman will not be wil- 30 And it came to pafs when he fawr Gen." ling to follow thee, then thou frait be the ear-ring, and bracelets upon his 26, 29. m Jof. m clear from this my oath : only bring fifters hands, and when he heard the Ruth 2.17. not my fon thither again. words of Rebekah his fifter, faving, 3, 10. Thus fpake the man unto me; that he Pfalm came unto the man; and be old, he 115. ftood by the carnels at the well.
9 And the fervant put his hand under the thigh of Abraham his mafter, and "Gen. fware to him concerning that matter. 33.13, 10 And the fervant took ten 31 And he faid. Come in, thour blef-Gen. camels, of the camels of his mafter, fed of the LORD, wherefore ftandeft 19.4. Prov. and departed (for all the goods of his thou without? for I have prepared the and 19. 12. 10. matter were in his hand) and ne arofe, houfe, and room for the camels. 02 KI. and went to Mefopotamia, unto the 32 And the man came into the Eph. 2. 14. city of Nahor. houfe: and he ungirded his cam els 6.5. Mat.7. 11 And he made his camels to kneel and gave ftraw and provender for the 6. down without the city by a well of wa- camels, and water to fwath his feet, Job 23. Gen. ter,at the time of the evening, even the and the mens feet that were with him. 12. 27. 26. time that women go out to draw water. 33 And there was fet meat before hv. 2. Pfalm 12 And he faid, O LORD God of him to eat.bat he faid, I will not eat, Prov. 127.1. my mafter Abraham, I pray thee,p fend until I have told mine errand. And he 10. 12. 1 Thef. me good fpeed this day, and fhew fald, Speak on. Mar. 6. 3.11. kindnefs unto my matter Abraham. 34 And he faid, I am h Abrahams 330 Pfal. 13 Behold, I q ftand bere by the well fervant. Pfalm 37.5. of water,and the daughters of the men 35 And the LORD hath bleffed my 112.3. Lan.3. of the city come out to draw water: matter greatly, and he is become great; 1 Tim. 25. 14 Andr let it come to pafs, that the and he hath given him focks and " 4.8. V.7. damfel to whom I fall fay, Let down herds, and filver, and gold, and men- k Gen. Jnd. 6. thy pitcher, I pray thee, I may drink; fervants, and mald-fervants, and ca- 18. 11. 17. 37. & the fall fay, Drink,& I will give thy mels, and affes. Rom. 1 Sam. camels drink alfo: let the fame be the 36 And Sarah my mafters wife bare 4.19. 14.9. that thon halt appointed for thy fervant a fon to my mafter when the kwas old: Tit. I. V.45. Ifaac; & thereby thall I know that thou and unto him hath he given all that 2. Judg. haft bewed kindness unto my mafter. he hath. 6.36. 15 And it came to pats before he 37 And my matter made me fwear Ezr.9. Dan. 9. had done fpeaking, that behold, Re- faying, Thou shalt nor take a wife to 1, 2.3. bekah came out who was born to Be- my of daughters of the Ca- Gen. 2. 65. thuel, fon of Milcha, the wife of Na- naanites, in whole land I dwell: 6.2. hor, Abrahams brother, with her 38 Rut thou shalt go unto m my fathers Pfalm pitcher upon her fhoulder. houfe, and to my kindred, and take a 46. 145.18. 16 And the damfelt was very fair to wife unto my fon. ? Prov. look upon, a virgin, neither had any 31. 27. man known her and the went down Exod. to the well, and filled her pitcher, 2. 16. and came up. Ifa.3. 17 And the fervant ran to meet her, 16. and fald, Let me (I pray thee) drink Gen. a little water of thy pitcher. 39.9. 18 And the faid, Drink,my lord: and Heb. the hafted, and let down her pitcher 9 good of upon her hand, and gave him drink. counte 19 And when the had done giving nance. him drink, the fald, I will draw water "Gen, for thy camels alfo, until they have 4.1. done drinking. Son. I.
and 21. 21.
m Gen. 12.1. nv. 5. @v.7. Gen. 5.
39 And I fald unto my mafter, Peradventure the woman will not follow me. 40 And he fald unto me, The LORD before whom I walk, will fend his angel with thee, and p profper thy way; & thou shalt take a wife for my fon of my kindred, and of my fathers houfe. 22. 41 Then fhalt thou be clear from this and 17. my oath, when thou comeft to my kindred, and if they give not thee one, 2 Kin. thou shalt be clear from my oath. 20.3. 42 And I came this day unto the Pfalm well, and faid, O LORD God of my 1.3. mafter Abraham,if now thou dor pro and 91. 20 And the hafted, and emptied her fper my way which I go:
3. and pitcher into the trongh, and ran again 43 Behold, I ftand by well of water; Deut. 5.2. unto the well to draw water, and drew and it shall come to pafs, that when 29. 12. xv. 18, for all his camels. the virgin cometh forth to draw water, v. 13.1 19, 20. 21 And the man x wondring at her, and I fay to her, Give me, I pray thee, Ezr. 8. Luk. 7 held his peace, to wit, whether the alittle water of thy pitcher to drink 21. 2.19. LORD had made his journey pro- 44 And the fay to me, Both drink Pfalm Or, fperous, or not. thor, and I will alfo draw for thy 90. 17. Jewel 22 And it came to pafs as the camels camels: let the fame be the woman v. 13. for the had done drinking, that the man took whom the LORD hath appointed out fore- a golden tear-ring, of half a fhekel for my mafters fon. bead. weight, and two bracelets for her 45 And before I had done fpeaking 1 Pet, hands, often hekels weight of gold; In mine heart,behold, Rebekah came 3.4. 23. And fald, Whofe daughter art forth with her pitcher on her shoulder; 3.8. ia. 3. thou? tell me, I pray thee,is there room and the went down unto the well, and 8.26. in thy fathers houfe for us to lodge in? drew water and I faid unto her, Let Exod.
24 And the faid unto him, I am the me drink, I pray thee.
32.2.3.daughter of Bethuel z the fon of Mil- 46 And the made hafte, and let down Neh. 2.
Gen. cah, which the bare unto Nahor. her pitcher from her fhoulder, and 22 23. 25 She fald moreover unto him, We faid, Drink, and I will give thy camels 4 Exo. have both ftraw & provender enough, drink alfo: fo I drank, and the made 2 Sam. 4.31. and room to lodge in.. the camels drink alfo. Gen. 26 And the man a bowed down his 47 And I asked her,and faid, Whose 22 22 5. head, and worthipped the LORD. daughter art thou? and the faid, The Palm Ezek. 27 And he faid, Bleffed be the daughter of Bethuel. Nahors fon, 66.4. LORD God of my mafter Abraham, whom Milcah bare unto him and I Gen. who hath b not left deftitute my ma- put the ear-ring x upon her face, and 236 32. 10. fter of his mercy and his truth: I being the bracelets upon her hands. Kal.62. Gen. in the way, the LORD led me to the 48 And I bowed down my head, and 4. 13.8. houfe of my mafters c brethren. worshipped the LORD, and bleffed Eph. 4.48 28 And the damfel ran,and told them the LORD God of my mafter Abra5.26. 67. Gen. of her d mothers houfe thefelthings. ham, which had led me in the right Zeph. 29 And Rebekah had a brother, way to take my mafters brothers 31.33. and his name. Laban: and Laban daughter unto his fon, ran out unto the man, unto the well.
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Ifaac and Rebekah meet. Ishmaels generation. Heb. 49 And now if you will deal kindly and Eldaah: all there were the chiland truly with my mafter, rell me: and dren of Keturah. mercie if not, tell me; that I may turn to the S And Abraham gave ball that he bGen." and right hand, or to the left. had into Ifaac. 24.36. truth. So Then Laban and Bethuel anfwer- 6 But unto the fons of the i concu-iv. I. Gen. ed, and fald, The thing proceedeth bines which Abraham had, Abraham Mat. 32. 10.from the LORD: we cannot fpeak un- gave k gifts, and fent them away from 5.45. i sam. to thee a bad or good. Ifaac his fon (while he yet lived)/ eaft- / Job 2.6. SI Behold, Rebekah is before thee; ward, unto the caft-countrey. Gon. take her, and go, and let her be thy7 And thefe are the days of the years m Gen. 47. 29. mafters fons wife, as the LORD hath of Abrahams life which he lived, man 12.4. Joh.2.fpoken. handred threefcore and fifteen years. z Gen. 14. 52 And it came to pafs, that when 8 Then Abraham gave up the ghoft, 15. 15. Prov.3. Abrahams fervant heard their words, and died n in a good old age, an old Prov. 3. he b worshipped the LORD, bowing man, and full of years; and was o ga- 20. 29. Gen. bimfelf to the earth. thered to his people. Job 42. 3. 24. 53. And the forvant brought forth 9 And his fons Ifaac and Ifhmael bu- 17. 2 Sam. jewels of filver, and Jewels of gold, ried him in the cave of Machpelah, in o A&t. 13. 22. and raiment, and gave them to Rele- thep field of Ephron the fon of Zohar 13. 36. Ev. 26, kah: he gave alfo to her brother and the Hittite, which is before Mamre ; Gen. 48. to her mother c precious things. 10 The field which Abraham purchaf 37. 29. Palm 54. And they did cat and drink, he ed of the fons of Heth: there was A-Gen. 116. 1. and the men that were with him, and braham q buried, and Sarah his wife. 23.9, c Deu. tarried all night; and they rofe up in 11 And it came to pafs after the 17. 33. 13. the morning, and he faid, d Send me death of Abraham, that Godr bleffd q Gen. Sen. 4. away unto my mafter. his fon Ifaac: and Ifaac dwelt by the 49. 29. J3. 55 And her brother, and her mother well Lahai-rol. 2 Chr. faid, Let & damfel abide with us a few 12 Now thefe are the generations 12.2. 21.3. days, at the leaft ten; after that the of Ifhmael Abrahams fon, whom Ha- Rom. Ezr. 1. fhall go. gar the Egyptian, Sarahs hand-maid, 4. 19. G. 56 And he fald unto them, Hinder bare unto Abraham.
dv. 56. me not, feeing the LORD hath pro-13 And thefe are the names of the /Ifa. Gen. fpered my way: fend me away that I fons of Ifhmael by their names, accord-20. 13. 21. 21, may go to my mafter. Ing to their generations: The firft-born song. Judg. 57 And they fald, We will call the of Ifmael;/Nebajoth, and t Kedar, 1.5. 14.3. damfel, and enquire at her mouth. and Adbcel, and Mibfam, Gen. 58 And they called Rebekah, and 35.8. faid unto her, Wilt thou go with this Thef. man? and the faid, I will go. 2.7. 59 And they fent away Rebekah Num. their fifter, and her fnurfe, and Abra11. 12. hams fervant, and his men. & Gen. 60 And.they g blefied Rebekah, and 14. 19. faid unto her, Thou art our fifter, be Dan. thou the mother of thousands of mil7.10. lions, and let thy feed i poffefs the gate Ruth. of thofe which hate them. 4. 10. 61 And Rebekah arofe, and her
"Ifa. 14. And Mithma, u and Dumah, and 21. 16. Mafia, Job 15 Hadar, and a Tema, Jetur,Na- 2.11. phith, and Kedomah. y Gen.
16 Thefe are the fons of Ishmael, 12. 20. and thefe are their names, by their Heb. towns, and by their cattles; y twelve fell. princes according to their nations. Gen.
17 And there are the years of the life 14. 10. of Ishmael,an hundred and thirty & fe- Luk ven years: & he gave up the ghoft, and 4.27. died and was gathered unto his people. Gen,
Lev. damfels, & they rede upon the camels, 18 And they dwelt from Havilah 21. 12. 25.46.and k followed the man and the fervant unto Shur,that is before Egypt as thou v, 20. kGen. took Rebekah, and went his way. goeft towards Afyria: and he died in 26. 3.24. 62 And Ifaac came from the way of the prefence of all his brethren. I Sam. Palm the well Lahai-roi; for he dwelt in 19 And there are the generations 1.9. 45. 10. the m fouth-countrey. of Ifaac Abrahams fon: Abraham be- b Gen. gat Ifaac.
24. 16. 20 And Ifaac was forty years old Or, when he took Rebekah to wife, the justied daughter of Bethuel Syrian of Padan-one aaram, the fifter to Laban the Syrlan. gainf
Gen. 64 And Rebekah ilft up her eyes, 12.9. and when the faw Ifaac, the lighted 21 And Ifaac a intreated the LORD another for his wife, because the war b barren, to bru
For of the camel. to pray 65 For he had faid unto the fervant, and the LORD was intreated of him: fing Pfal. What man is this that walkerb in the and Rebekah his wife conceived. and 1.2. field to meet us? and the fervant had 22 And the children ftrugled toge- hurt. ther within her: and the faid, If it being. fo, why am I thus? And he went to Gen. enquire of the LORD.
fald, it is my master: therefore fie • 2Cor. took o a vail and covered her felf. .11.5. 66 And the fervant told ifaae all p Gen. things that he had done. 23.2. 67 And Ifaac brought her into his Song. mother p Sarahs tent, and took Rebe8.2. Xah, and the became his wife; and he
23 And the LORD fald unto her, 35 Sa. Two nations are in thy womb and two 3. 14. manner of people fhall be feparated Gal. 4. from thy bowels and the one people 30.
after his mothers
3.25. q loved her and Ifaze was comforted fhall be stronger then the other people; Mal. 1. and the elder ferve younger. 2, 3.. CHAP. XXV. 24 And when her days to be de- Rom. The fons of Abraham by Keturah. livered were fulfilled, behold, there 9. 10, His age and death. 24 The birth of were twins in her womb.
Efau and Jacob. 29 Efau felleth bis 25 And the first came outd red, all Gen.
over like an hairy garment: and they 27. 40.
a Gen. Then again Abraham took a called his name Efau. name was Keturah. 26 And after that came his brother biChr. 2 And the c bare him Zimran, and out, and his hand e took hold on Efause Hof 1.32. Jokfhan, and d Medan, and e Midian, heel; and his name was called Jacob: 12,2, Gen, and Ifhbak, and Shuah, and Ifaac was threefcore years old fGen, 17. 17.3 And Jokhan begat Sheba, and De- when the bare them. d'Gen. dan. And the fons of Deian were A- 27 And the boys grew: and Efau g Gen. 37-36. thurim, and Letuhin, and Leummim. was fa cunning hunter, a man of the 6.9. Gen. 4 And the fons of Midian;g Erhah, field; and Jacob was a g plain man, Gen. 36.35. and Epher, and Hancch, and Abidah, b dwelling in tents. 46.34 Job 2.11. g Ifa. 60.6. 28 And
Gen. 63 And Ifaac went out to ta meditate 16. 14. in the field at the even-tide: and he and 25. lift up his eyes, and faw, and behold, II. the camels were coming.