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Chap. x), xil Gods promise to Abram. and Haran; and Haran begar Lor. 1 One language in the world. 3 Babel 28 And Haran died before his fathert A&. is built. 5 Languages confounded. Terah, in the land of his nativity, in 7. 2,40 10 The generations of Shem, 27 and t Ur of the Chaldees. of Terab. 29 And Abram & Nahor took them 9.7.
language, and of one
a Gen. And the whole a earth was of one twives; the name of Abrams wife was Dan. the name of Nahors 22,40 2 And it came to pafs as they b jour- Milcah, the daughter of Haran, the fa- Some neyed from the eaft, that they found a ther of xMilcah,and & father of Ifcah. read Gen. plain in the land of Shinar; and they 30 But Saral was barren; he had no out of 10. 10. dwelt there. child. the tire c Prov. 3 And they fald one to another,c Go 31 And Terah took Abram his fon, of the a I. II. to, let us make brick, and burn them and Lot the fon of Haran his fons fon, Caldee throughly. And they had d brick for and Sarai his daughter in law, his fon for, ur Jo. 24. ftone, and flime had they for morter. Abrams wife; and they went forth figniRev. 4 And they faid, Go to, let us build with them from Ur of the Chaldees, to nies a 21. 19. us a city and a tower, whofe e top may go into the land of Canaan; and they valley 1 Pet. reach unto heaven, and let us make iis came unto a Haran, and dwelt there, light, fa name, left we beg fcattered abroad 32 And the days of Terah were two or fire e Deu. upon the face of the whole earth. hundred and five years: and Terah Ifa. 24. 5 And the LORD b came down to died in Haran. fPro. fee the city and the tower, which the 18. 10. children of men builded. & Job 6 And the LORD faid,k Behold, the 15. 20. People is one, and they have all one bGen. language; and this they begin to do: 18. 21. and now nothing will be restrained Pfal. from them, which they have imagined 14. 2. to do.. k. Gen. 8.22.
God calling Abram, bleffeth him with a promife of Chrift. 4 His departure from Haran. 7 Canaan promifed.
a A&t. Now the LORD had fald unto A-7,
7 Go to, let us go down,and there contound their language, they may not understand one anothers fpeech. 8 LORD them abroad & Get thee out of thy counm Gen. from thence upon the face of all the trey, and from thy kindred, and from 6.17. 2.26. earth and they q left off to build the thy fathers houfe, unto a land that I Rev. Job city. 18.4. 12. 20. 9 Therefore is the name of it called 2 And I will make of thee da great Heb. Deu. Babel, because the LORD did there nation and I will e bless thee, and 11.3. 28. 49. confound the language of all the make thy name great; and thou shalt 4 Rom. PV. 4. earth: and from thence did the LORD be a bleffing.
will c fhew thee.
ter the flood.
John fcatter them abroad upon the face of 3 And I will blefs them that blefs Gal.3. II. 46, all the earth. thee, and curfe him that curfeth thee, 7. 10 Thefe are the generations of and fin thee fhall all families of the Gal. was an earth be bleffed. 3.14. old, and begat Arphaxad two years af-4 So Abram departed, as the LORD Gal. had spoken unto him; and Lot went 3.28. 11 And Shem lived after he begat with him and Abram was feventy and Rom. Arphaxad five hundred years, and be- five years old when he g departed out 4.11. gat fons and daughters. & Heb, 12 And Arphaxad lived five and 5 And Abram took Sarai his wife, 11. 8. Luk. thirty years, and r begar + Salah. and Lot his brothers fon, and all their Mar.13 And Arphaxad lived after he fubftance that they had gathered, and 16.24. 3.36. Kai begat Salah four hundred and three the fouls that they had gotten in Ha- b Gen. nan is years, and begat fons and daughters. ran and they went forth to go into the 14. 14. brought 14 And Sajah lived thirty years, and i land of Canaan, and into the land of iGen. begar Eber. in beCanaan 15- And Salah lived after he begat land unto the place of Sichem, unto 11.9. 6 And Abram k paffed through the k Heb. tween Eber four hundred and three years, the plain of Moreh. And the m Canaa- 7 John Arpbaand begar fons and daughters. Rad and 16 And Eber lived four and thirty Salab. years, and begat + Peleg.
nite was then in the land.
7 And the LORD n appeared unto m Deu. Abram, and faid, Unto o thy feed will I 12.30. an paltar unto the LORD, who ap- 47. 1. give this land and there builded hen Pfal. peared unto him.
17 And Eber lived after he begat
o Rom. 8 And he removed from thence unto 9.728. and pitched his tent, having Beth-el 11 13. a mountain on the east of Beth-el, Heb. on the weft, and Hai on the eaft: q Pfal. and there he builded an altar unto the 16.8. LORD, and called upon the name r Act... of the LORD..
9 And Abram journeyed, going on Pfalm ftill toward the fouth. 34. 19.
22 And Serug lived thirty years, and begat Nahor.
10 And there was r a famin in the Deu fand, and Abram went down into E- 8.738. gypt to fojourn there: for the famin Pfalm was grievous in the land.
23 And Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat fons and daughters.
24 And Nahor lived nine and twenty years, and begat Terah.
11 And it came to pafs, when he was 34 come near to enter into Egypt, that he Mat. faid unto Sarai his wife, Behold now 4.7. 25 And Nalior lived after he begat know that thou art u a fair woman to z Gal. Terah an bundred and nineteen years, look upon and begar fons and daughters. 12 Therefore it fhall come to pafs, Song 1. 26 And Terah lived feventy years, when the Egyptians fhall fee thee, that 14. and begat/Abram,Nahor, and Haran. they shall fay This is his wife and sa Now thefe are the generations they will x kill me, but they will fave 27of Terah Terab begar Abram, Nahor, thee alive.
Rom 33 y say 13.6
The confufion of language
Gen. 20. 12. Gen. 17. 15. x Gen. 22. 20. y Gen. 20. 12. 2 Gen. 12. 1. Neh. 9.7. Act. 7, 2.3. Heb. 11.8. Jof. 24.2. 4 Act. 7.4. Gen. 24. 10.and 29.4.
Abram and Lot.
Genefis. Lot taken, and refcued. 769. 137 Say, I pray thee, thou art my from him, Lift up now thine eyes, Act. 9.21. fifter; that it may be well with me for and look from the place where thou 7. 5. Prov. thy fake; and my foul thall live becaufe art, north-ward, and fouth-ward, and Hebr. 2p. 8. of thee. eaft-ward, and weft-ward..
Pro. 14 T And it came to pass, that when 15 For all the land which thou q Gen. 29.25. Abram was come into Egypt, the E- feeft,top thee will I give it, & to q thy 12.7. Gen. gyptians a beheld the woman, that the feed for ever. and 26. 20. 12.was very fair. 16 And I will make thy feed as the 4. Deu. Mat. 15 The b princes alfo of Pharaoh faw duft of the earth: fo that if a man can 34.4. 5.28. her, and commended her before Pha- number the 'duft of the earth, thenr Ifa. Gen. raoh and the woman was taken into fhall thy feed alfo be numbred. 63. 18. $9.7. Pharaohs c houfe. 17 Arife, walk through the land, in Mat. 5. the of 5 Gen.
it: for I will give it unto thee.
29. 12. her fake: and he had theep, & oxen, & Eft. he-affes, and men-fervants, and mald2.9. fervants, and the-affes, and camels.
18 Then Abram removed bis tent, 15.5. and came and dwelt in the plain of and 22. Pfal. 17 And the LORD d plagued Pharaoh Mamre which is in Hebron, and built 27. and 805. and his houfe with great plagues, be- there an altar unto the LORD. 32. 12. caufe of Saral Abrams wife. Hebr.
Chr. 18 And Pharaoh called Abram, and 11. 12. Rev. 7.9. t Hebr. 11. 16. Eze. 3, 18 21. 22. faid, What is thise that thou haft done 19. u Gen. 12. 7. Job 34. unto me? Why didst thou not tell me 19. that she was thy wife? Heb. 19 Why faldit thou, She is my fifter? 13.4. fo I might have taken her to me to ei Sa. wife now therefore behold thy wife, 15. 21. take her, and go thy way. jExo. Nd it came to pafs in the days of a Gen. 20 And Pharaoh commanded his men Amraphel king of a Shinar, Arioch 10. 10. 18. 27. concerning him: and they ffent him king of Ellafar, Chedorlaomer king 6 Gen. Prov. away,and his wife, and all that he bad. of 6 Elam, and Tidal king of na- 10. 22. 21. 1. CHAP. XIII.
Ifa. 31. 1.
1 Abram and Lot return out of Egypt. 2 That thefe made war with Bera 19. 20. 7 By difagreement they part afunder. King of Sodom, and with Birtha king Deur. 14 Gods promife renewed to Abram. of Gomorrah, Shinab king of Admah, 29.23. Nd Abram a went up out of Egypt, and Shemeber king of Zebolim, and Jofh. he, and his wife, and all that he the king of Bela, which is c Zoar. 12. 23. Gen. had, & Lot with him, into the b fouth. 3 All these were joyned together in the d Joh. 12.9. 2 And Abram was c very rich in cat- vale of Siddim, which is the 4 falt fea.3.16. Prov.tel, in filver, and in gold. 4 Twelve years they e ferved Chedor- Pfalm 10. 22. 3 And he d went on his journeys from laomer, and in the thirteenth year they 107.34. Mat. the fouth, even to Beth-el, unto the frebelled.
6.33. place where his tent had been at the And in the fourteenth year came 9.26. 1 Tim. beginning, between Beth-el and Hal; Chedorlaomer, and the kings that fEze.. 4.8. Unto the place of the altar, which were with him, and fmote the g Re- 17. 15. Gen, he had made there at the firft: and phaims in Achteroth,Karnaim,and the g Deu. 12. 6. there Abram called on the name of the Zuzims in Ham, and the Emims in 2. II. Prov. LORD. Shaveh-Kiriathaim, b Josh. 3.5. And Lot alfo which went with 6And Horites in their mount Seir, 13.31. Gen. Abram fhad flocks, & herds, & tents. unto El-paran, is by f wilderness. Deut. 12. S. 6 And the land was not able to bear 7 And they returned, and came to 1.4. fEph. them, that they might g dwell toge. En-Mifhpar, which is Kadeh, and i Dent. 4:28. ther: for their fubftance was great, fo fmote all the countrey of the n Amale-2.20. 1 Ti. that they could not dwell together. kites, and alfo the Amorites, that k Deu. 6.9. 7 And there was a b ftrife between the dwelt in o Hazezon-Tamar. Gen. herd-men of Abrams carrel and the 8 And there went out the king of/ Deut. 21.25. herd-men of Lots cattel: and the Ca- Sodom, and the king of Gomorrah, 2.22. Neh. naanite and the Perizzite i dwelled and the king of Admah, and the king m Hab. 5.9. then in the land. of Zebolim, and the king of Bela (the 3.3. Prov. 8 And Abram faid unto Lot, kLet fame is Zoar) and they joyned bartel Gen. 15.8. there be no ftrife, I pray thee,between with them in the vale of Siddim; Mat. 5. me and thee, & between my herd-men 9 With Chedoriaomer the king ofn Gen. and thy herd-men: for we be brethren. Elam, and with Tidal king of nations, 36. 12. 9 Is not the whole land before thee? & Amraphel king of Shinar, & Arioch 0.2Chr. Separate thy felf, I pray thee, from king of Ellafar: four kings with five. 20. 2. Z1 Co. me: if thou wilt take the left hand, 10 And the vale of Siddim was full Son. In
then I will go to the right; or if thou of aime-pits; and the kings of Sodom 13.
10 And Lot lifted up his eyes, and beheld all the plain of Jordan, that it was m well watered every where: be- r fore the LORD deftroyed Sodom and 12 And they took/Lot Abrams bro-29, 31, Gomorrah, even as the garden of the thers fon, (who dwelt in Sodom) and 33 51. LORD, ilke the land of Egypt, as his goods, and departed. Gen. thou comeft unto Zoar. 13 And there came one that had 13. 11. 11Then Lot 7 chofe him all the plain efcaped, and told Abram thet Hebrew; Rev. of Jordan: and Lot journeyed eaft:and for he dwelt in the plain of Mamre 13. 4. they feparated themfelves the one from the Amorite, brother of Efhcol, and Jon. the other.. brother of Aner: and thefe were con- 1.9. federate with Abram. и Gen. 14 And when Abram heard that his II. 27. brother was taken captive, he armed Gen. his trained fervants,wborn in his own 15.3. 13 But the men of Sodom were houfe, three hundred and eighteen, Gen. wicked, a and finners before the and purfued them unto Dan. x Pfal. LORD exceedingly. 1 And he x divided himself against 112, 5. 14 And the LORD fald unto A. them, he and his fervants by night, Sam bran, after thar Lot was feparated and finete them, and pursued them 10.9%
12 Abram dwelled in the land of Canaan, and Lot dwelled in the cities of the plain, and pitched his ten toward Sodom.
Gen. " '19. 17. I Pet. 2. 15.
Canaan is promifed again.
Chap. Xv, xyj. Hagar Beeth from Saral. y Ifa. unto Hoba, which is on the left hand of a furety that thy feed thall be at Gen. 41.2. of Damafcus. ftranger in a land that is t not theirs, 17. 8. i Sam. 16 And hey brought back all the and thall ferve them, and they shall af- Pfalma 30. 18. goods, and alfo brought again his flict them u four hundred years. 105.11 Prov. Brother Lot, and his goods, and the 14 And alfo that nation whom they 12. 19.4. women alfo, and the people. fhall ferve, will x I judge: and after- Gen, 42 Sa. 17 And king of Sodom went out ward fhall they come out which ygreat 21.9. 18. 18 to meet him (after his return from fubftance. Gal.3. Pfal. the flaughter of Chedorlaomer, & off 15 And thou shalt go to z thy fathers 17. 110.4. kings that were with him) at the valley in peace; thou shalt be buried in a Pfal. Heb.7.of Shaveh, which is the a kings dale. good old age. 51.4.1 IN 18 And 6 Melchizedek king of Salem 16 But in the fourth generation they y Exo. Heb. brought e forth bread and wine:and he thall come hither again: for the iní- 12. 35 7.1. was the d prieft of the most high God. quity of the Amorites is not a yet full. 36. Joh. 6. 19 And her bleffed him, and faid, 17 And it came to pass,that when the Eccl. 35- f Bieffed be Abram of the most high fun went down and it was dark,behold 12.7: Gal. 6. God, poffeffor of heaven and earth: a fmoking furnace, & af burning lamp Job 5. 20 And & bleffed be the most high that paffed between thofe pieces. 4 Heb. God,which hath b delivered thine ene7.3. mies into thy hand. And he gave him Num tithes of all. 6.23. 21 And the king of Sodom faid unto fEph. Abram, Give me the perfons, and take 1.3.6. the goods to thy felf. gGen. 22 And Abram faid to the king of 9.26. Sodom, I have i lift up my hand unto b Pfal. the LORD, the most high God, the 44.3. poffeffor of heaven and earth,
18 In that fame day the LORD 4 Jer. made a covenant with Abram, faying, 51. 23. Unto thy feed have I given this land, Mat. from the river of Egypt unto the great 23-3 river the river Euphrates: 1 Thef
19 The Kenites, and the Kenizzites, 2.16. and the Kadmonites, Heb.
20 And the Hittites, and the Periz- a lamp zites, and the Rephaims, of fire.
21 And the Amorites, and the Gen. Canaanites, and the Girganites, and 12.7. the Jebufites. and 13. 15. Deut.34.4.
Dan. 23 That I will not k take from a 12.7. threed even to a fhoe-latchet, and Rev. that I will not take any thing that is 10.5.6. thine, / left thou thouldeft fay, I have k2 Ki.made Abram rich; 5.20. 24 Save only that which the young Kin. men have eaten, and the portion of 13.8. the men which went with me, Aner, Eft.9. Efcol, and Mamre; let them take 15. 16. their portion.
Ow Sarai Abrams wife a bare him a Gen no children: and he had an b 24. 21. hand-mald an Egyptian, whofe name b Gen. was Hagar. 12. 16. 2 And Sarai faid unto Abram, Bec Gen. hold now,the LORD hath c reftrained 20. 18. me from bearing: I pray thee, go in † Heb. unto my maid, it may be that I may be buil tobtain children by her and Abram det by a hearkned to the voice of Sarai. her. 3 And Sarai Abrams wife took Ha- d Gen. gar her maid the Egyptian, after A-3.6. bram had dwelt e ten years in the land e Gen.
Abram is encouraged. 4 A fon is promifed. 6 He is juftified by faith. 7 Canaan is promifed again. A&. Frer thefe things the ward of the 10. 10. LORD came unto Abrama in a A Dan. vifion,faying, b Fear not, Abram:I am 10.7 thy c field, and thy exceeding a great Pfal. reward. 5.12 2 And Abram faid, LORD God, Prov. what wilt thou give me, e feeing I go of Canaan, and gave her to her hus- 12.4. 11. 18. childless, and the fteward of my houfe band Abram to be his wife, one Gal.. Pfal. Is this Eliezer of Damafcus? 4 T And he went in unto Hagar, 4. 22. 127.3. 3 And Abram faid, Behold, to me and the conceived: and when the fawg Pro. fEcc. thou haft given no feed and lo, fone that the had conceived, her miftrefs30. 21, 2.7.1 born in my houfe is mine heir. wasg defpifed in her eyes. 23. g2 sa 4 And behold, the word of the And Sarai faid unto Abram, b My Pro. 7.12. LORD came unto him, faying, This wrong be upon thee: I have given my 14: 29.1 Rom, thall not be thine heir, but he that maid into thy bofom; and when the ii sa. 9.7.8. fall come forth out of thine own faw that he had conceived, I was de- 24. 13. Rom.g bowels fhall be thine heir. fpifed In her eyes: the LORD i judge k Gen. And he brought him forth abroad, between me and thee.or 4.10. Rom. and faid, Look now toward heaven 6 But Abram laid unto Sarai, Behold, Prov. and tell the stars, if thou be able to thy maid is kin thy hand; do to her as 15.1. 7.3% Rom. number them: And he faid unto him, it pleafeth thee. And when Sarai / dealt i Pet. 4.2.3. be. hardly with her, them fled from her 3.7.1
2 Cor. 6 And he believed kin the Lord;&/ he faced angel of the LORD y found 1 Prove
5. 19. it to him for righteoufiefs. 7 And
Gen. 7 And he faid unto him, I am the her by a fountain of water in wilder m Ecc. 12. 1. LORD that brought thee out ofm Urnefs, by fountain in the way to Shur. 10.4. Judg. of the Chaldees, to give thee this 8 And he faid, Hagar, Sarais maid, Prov. 6.17. land to inherit it. Bao-Whence cameft thou? & whither wilt 15.3. Luk. 1. And he faid, LORD God, whereby thou go? and the faid.p I flee from the Gen. 18. fhall I know that I fhall inherit it? face of my miftrefs Sarai. 20 319.-2 •Pfal. 50.5.
9. And be faid unto him, o Take me 9 And the angel of the LORD faid1 Sa. an heifer of three years old, and a unto her, Return to thy miftrefs, and 26. 19. Lev. 1. the goat of three years old, and a ram q fubmit thy felf under her hands. Tit. of three years old, and a turtle-dove, 10 And the angel of the LORD fald 2.9.1 and a young pigeon. unro her, I will multiply thy feed ex 1 Pet.
Jer. 38. 13. 10 And he took unto him all thefe, ceedingly, that it shall not be numbred 2.19. MALAM Gen. 2 Tim. and divided them in the midft, and for multitude. 2. 15. laid each piece one against another: 11 And the angel of the LORD faid 25. 13. q Mar. but the birds divided he not. grunto her, Behold, thou art with child, Pfalm 13.4. And when fq fowls came down up- and fhalt bear a fon, and thalt call his 83.7. Ezek. on y carcafes, Abram drove them away, name Ishmael; because the LORD Exod 12 And when the fun was going hath heard thy affliction.
Gen. down, ra deep fleep fell upon Abram; 12 And he will be a wild man;his hand Job 3S. 2.21. and lo, an horror of great darkness will be t against every man, and every 41. mans hand against him: and he thall Pfal. Pal. fell upon him. 35.4. 13 And he fald unto Abram, Know dwell in prefence ofall his brethren. 69.30 A 7 13 And
Abram & Saral's name changed. Genefis.
Three angels entertained. # Pfal. 13 And the called the name of the that Ishmael might live y before thee! y Pfal. 25. 18. LORD that fpake unto her, a Thou 19 And God faid, Sarahethy wife hall 4. 6. and 9. God feeft me for the fald, Have I alfo bear thee a fon indeed; and thou fhalt Ifa. 59 13. here x looked after him that feeth me? cau his name a Ifaac: & I will eftablish 2. x Gen. 14 Wherefore the well was called my covenant him for an everlafting Pfalm 32.30. Beer-lahai-rol; behold, it is between covenant, and with his feed after him. 41. 12. that Cadefh and Bered. 20 And as for Ishmael, I have heard Gen. 4. 19 the 15And Hagar bare Abram a fon: thee: behold, I have bleffed him, and 12, 14. and Abram called his fons name, will make him fruitfull, and will mul- Gen. which Hagar bare, Ifhmael." tiply him exceedingly:6 twelve princes 18. 10. thall he beget, and I will make him a and 21. great nation.
wel of him that Hi
16 And Abram was fcurfcore and fix years old, when Hagar bare Ishmael and to Abram. feeth me. Pfalm 36.9.
21 But c my covenant will I eftablish a Gal. with Ifaac, whom Sarah fhall bear unto 4. 29. CHAP. XVII. thee at this fet rime in the next year. Rom. The covenant is renewed. Abrams 22 And he left off talking with him, 9.7, S. name changed. 10 Circumcifion infil- and God d went up from Abrahain Gen. tuted. 16 Ifaac is promifed. 23 And Abraham e took 1hmael his 252.
a Gen. 12.1.
25 And Ithmael Els fons thirteen 35. 13. years old, when he was circumcifed in Mat. the flesh of his foreskin, 16. 24
26 In the felf-fame day was Abraham ƒ Rom. circumclied, and Ifhmael his fon. 4.1
old & nine, the LORD appeared and all that were bought with his mo- 8. Pfal. to Abram, and faid unto him, I am the ney, every male among the men of c Rom. 115.3. Almighty God; cwalk before me,and Abrahams houfe; and f circumcifed the 9.5,6e Pal. be thou perfect. Aleth of their foreskin, in the g felf- Luk. 1. 116. 9. 2 And I will make my covenant d be- fame day, as God had fald unto him. 55. 72. Rom. tween me and thee, and will multiply 24 And Abraham was b ninety years Gal. 3. 3.24 thee exceedingly. old and nine, when he was circumcifed 29. i cor. 3 And Abram e fell on his face: and in the flesh of his foreskin. 4 Gen. 4.7. God talked with him, faying, ev. 17. 4 As for me, behold, my covenant is Dan. 8. with thee,and thou shalt be fa father of 19. many nations: f Rom. 5 Neither hall thy name any more 4. 16. be called Abram, but thy name fhall 27 And all the men of his houfe,born Pfal. Gal. 3. be Abraham; for ag father of many in the houfe,and bonght with money of 119.60 28. 29. nations have I made thee. the stranger, were circumcifed with b Gen. gRom. 6 And I will make thee exceeding him. 12.4. 4. 17. fruitfull, and I will make nations of Prov. 10.7. i Gen.18. 19. Neh. thee; &b kings fhall come out of thee. CHAP. XVIII. 2.7. 7 And I will eftablish my covenant 1 Abraham entertaineth three angels b Mat. between me and thee, and f thy feed af- 9 Sarahs laughter. 17 Sodoms de ter thee, in their generations, for an ftruction revealed. 23 Abrahams inRom. everlafting covenant; to be a God terceffion. 9.8.9. unto thee, and to thy feed after thee. A in the plains of Mamre: and he fat 2.22. Na LORD a appeared unto him a Jam. Luk. 8 And I will give unto thee, and to 1.67, thy feed after thee, the land wherein in the tent-door in the heat of the day. b Heb. 72. thou art a stranger, all the land of CaHeb. naan, for man everlafting poffeffion; 8.10. and I will be their God. Lev.
2 And he lift up his eyes and looked, 13. 2. and lo, 6 three men ftood by him: and Rom when he faw them, he cran to meet 12. 13. And God faid unto Abraham, them from the tent-door, and d bowed d Gen. 26. 12. Thou shalt keep my covenant there- himselftoward the ground. 23.7 m Heb. fore, thou, and thy feed after thee, in 3 And faid, My Lord, if now I have e Gen. 9.15. their generations. found favour in thy fight, pafs not 32.5. away, I pray thee, from thy fervant: fGen.
zhafted to dress it.
2 Pet. 10 This is n my covenant, which ye 1. 11. fhall keep between me and you, and 4 Let a little water, I pray you, be 19.2. Exo. thy feed after thee; every o man-child fetched, and fwash your feet, and reft & Mar. 6.11. 12. 11. among you fhall be? circumcifed. your felves under the tree. Col. 2. 11 And ye shall circumcife the fieth And I will fetch a morfel ofg bread; b Ifa. 12 of your foreskin; & it fhall be a token & b comfort ye your hearts; after that 3.1. Rom. of the covenant betwixt me and you. you fhall pass on: for i therefore are ye Gen. 4.11. 12 And he that is eight days old come to your fervant. And they faid, 19.8.1 o Gal. fhall be circumelfed among you, every So do as thou haft fald. 3.28. man-child in your generations, he y is 6 And Abraham haftned into the tent Den. born in houfe,or bought with money unto Sarah,& faid, Make ready quickly Mar. 10. 16. ofany ftranger, is not of thy feed.k three measures of fine meal, knead 13 33Rom. Gen. 13 He that is born in thy houfe, and it, and make cakes upon the hearth. 2.29. he that is bought with thy money, 7 And Abraham ran unto the herd, 4.4. Heb. muft needs be circumcifed and my and fetcht a calf m tender and good, m Mal. a son covenant fhall be in q your flesh for an and gave it unto a young man ; and he. 14. of eight everlasting covenant." days. 14 And the uncircumcifed man- 8 And he took butter and milk, and 12. 44. Rom. child, whofe flesh of his foreskin is the calf which he had dreffed; and fet Gal. 5. 13. 2.28. not circumcifed, the foul fhall ber cut it before them; and he n ftood by them r.Exo. off from his people: he hath broken under the tree; and they did o eat. 4-24. my covenant. 9 And they faid unto hint, Where 13. 16. Cor. is And God faid unto Abraham, is Sarah thy wife? And he fald, Be-Gen. 11.27. As for Sarat thy wife, thou shalt not hold, in the tent. 24. 67. 29. call her name Sarai, but Sarah fhall 10 And he faid, I will certainly a re- 9 Rom. Gen. her name be. turn unto thee according to the time 2:8, 9. 1.28. 16 And I will blefs her,and give thee of life; and lo, Sarah thy wife thall Luk. #1Pet. a fon alfo of her: yea, I will bless her, have a fon. And Sarah heard it in the 1.7,13 3.6. and the fhall be a mother of a nations; tent-door, which was behind him. Lev Gal. 4. kings of people shall be of her a 11 Now Abraham and Sarah were old, 15. 19. 26. 17 Then Abraham fell upon his face, orwell ftricken in age: & it ceafed to Rom. Rom, and x laughed, and faid in his heart, bew Sarah after manner of women. 4.19. 4.19. fhall a child be born unto him that is 12 Therefore Sarah tlaughed within her 20. an hundred years old? and fhall Sarah, felf,faying. After I am waxed old, hall I John that is ninety years old, bear? have pleafure, my lord being old alfo: 21 8.56. 18 And Abraham faid unto God, O 13 And the LORD faid unto Abra-1 Pe
iv. 13Gen. 9.
Abraham intercedeth for Sodom.
Lot entertaineth two angels. CHAP. XIX.
x Joh. ham x Wherefore did Sarah laugh,
there came two
14 Is any thing y too hard for the
Lot entertaineth two angels. 14 So- 18. 22. dom and Gomorrah defroyed. 26 Lots b Gen. wife is punished. 31 Lots inceft. 18. 1. Adom at even; and Langes to So. Gen. of life; and Sarah fhall have a fon. gate of Sodom: and Lot feeing them, d Luk. Is Then Sarah a denied, faying, I rofe up to meet them; and he bowed 24 28. Gen. laughed not: for the was afraid. And himfelf with his face toward the Jam, he faid, Nay, but thou didst laugh. ground; b A&. 16 And the men rofe up from 2 And he fald, Behold now my Aft. 12, 20. 38. thence, and looked toward Sodom: lords, turn in, I pray yon, into your 5. Rom. and Abraham went with them 6 to fervants houfe, and tarry all night, c & fLuk. wah your feet, and ye fhall rife up 11. 8. bring them on the way. 17 And the LORD fald, Shall I early, and go on your ways. And they & Lev. hide from Abraham that thing which fald, d Nay, but we will abide in the 1.39. street all night.
15.24. c2 ch. 20.7. Amo.
c I do?
1.37. Mic. 7.18.
3.7. 18 Seeing that Abraham fhall furely 3And he e preffed upon them greatly; 18.6.
20 And the LORD fald, Because the
Gen. ing to the cry of it, which is come into which have not known man; let me, I m Ro. 6 Gen. 22 And men turned their faces from Pray you, m bring them out unto you, 3.8. 11.5. thence, and went toward Sodom: but and do ye to them as is good in your Gen. Exod. Abraham k, ftood yet before the Lord. eyes: only unto thefe men do nothing; 42. 37. 33.5. 23 And Abraham Idrew near, and for therefore came they under the 7 Judg. Jer. faid, Wilt thou alfo deftroy m the " fhadow of my roof.
righteous with the wicked?
Heb. 9.19. Jam. 4. 8 m Ez. 20. 47.
9.15. 9 And they faid, o Stand back. And Ifa. 24 Peradventure there be fifty righ. they faid again, This one fellow came 65. 5. teous within the city; wilt thou alfo in to fojourn,and he will q needs be a I Sam. deftroy, and not fpare the place for the judge: Now will wer deal worse with 17. 44. fifty righteous that are therein? thee, than with them. And they preffed 22 Per 25 That be far from thee to do after fore upon the man, even Lot, and came 2.7. this manner, to flay the righteous with near to break the door.
9 Mat. n Joh. the wicked: and that the righteous 10 But the men put torth their hand, 13. 55. fhould be as the wicked, that be far and pulled Lot into the houfe to them, Mat. 27. from thee: fhall not the Judge of all and hut to the door. Jer.5. the earth do right? 11 And they fmote the men that were 26 And the LORD fald, If I find in at the door of the houfe with + blind- Heb. Ezek. Sodom fifty righteous within the city, nefs, both fmall and grear: fo that they Blind 22. 30. then will I fpare o all the place for their wearied themselves to find the door. nelles Ifa. 65. fakes. 12 And the men faid unto Lot, 2 Kin. 27 And Abraham anfwered, and Haft thou here any befides? fon in law, 6. 18. Gen. faid, Behold now I have taken upon and thy fons, and thy daughters, and Gen. 3.19. me to fpeak unto the LORD, which whatfoever thou haft in the city: 2.1. Job 4 amp but duit and afhes. bring them out of this place..
Josh.6. 19. 28 Peradventure there fhall lack five 13 For we will deftroy this place: 22. Eccl. of the fifty righteous: wilt thou de- becaufe ft cry of them is waxen great 7 Gen. 11.7. ftros all the city for lack of five? And before the face of the LORD, and the 13. 10. 2 Cor. he faid, If I find there forty and five, LORD hath fent us to deftroy it. # Mat. 5.2. I will not deftroy it. 14 And Lot went out, and ipake un- 1. 18. Ifa. 6.5. 29 And he spake unto him a yet again, to his fons in law, which u married his x Exe. Luk. 5 and fald, Peradventure there fhall be daughters, and faid, Up, x get ye out of 12. 31, 8 forty found there. And he faid, I will this place; for the LORD will deftroy y Mat Heb. not do it for forties fake. this city but he feemed as one that 24. 38. 30 And he fald unto him, r Oblet noty mocked unto his fons in law. Ephef. the LORD be angry, and I will fpeak: 15 And when the morning arofe, 18.4. 618. Peradventure there fhall thirty be then the angels hafined Lot, faying, a Pfal. Pial. found there. And he fald, I will not Arife, take thy wife, & thy two daugh- 119.6. 9.12. do it, if I find thirty there. ters which are here; left thou be con- Joh. and 10. 31 And he faid, Behold now, I have fumed in the iniquity of the city. 6.44. 17. taken upon me to fpeaks unto the 16 And while he a lingred,the men lald Zac. 2. Lak. LORD Peradventure there fhall be hold upon his hand, & upon the hand 3.
19. 1. twenty found there. And he fald,I will of his wife, and upon the hand of his Ifai.
to his place.
Exod. 32.9, 10, 14.