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  • And the Lord said: “How could I hide what I am about to do from Abraham, (Genesis 18, 17)

  • For I know that he will instruct his sons, and his household after him, to keep to the way of the Lord, and to act with judgment and justice, so that, for the sake of Abraham, the Lord may bring about all the things that he has spoken to him.” (Genesis 18, 19)

  • And they turned themselves from there, and they went toward Sodom. Yet in truth, Abraham still stood in the sight of the Lord. (Genesis 18, 22)

  • And Abraham responded by saying: “Since now I have begun, I will speak to my Lord, though I am dust and ashes. (Genesis 18, 27)

  • And the Lord departed, after he had ceased speaking to Abraham, who then returned to his place. (Genesis 18, 33)

  • Then Abraham, rising up in the morning, in the place where he had stood before with the Lord, (Genesis 19, 27)

  • For when God overthrew the cities of that region, remembering Abraham, he freed Lot from the overthrow of the cities, in which he had dwelt. (Genesis 19, 29)

  • Abraham advanced from there into the southern land, and he lived between Kadesh and Shur. And he sojourned in Gerar. (Genesis 20, 1)

  • Then Abimelech called also for Abraham, and he said to him: “What have you done to us? How have we sinned against you, so that you would bring so great a sin upon me and upon my kingdom? You have done to us what you ought not to have done.” (Genesis 20, 9)

  • Abraham responded: “I thought to myself, saying: Perhaps there is no fear of God in this place. And they will put me to death because of my wife. (Genesis 20, 11)

  • Therefore, Abimelech took sheep and oxen, and men servants and women servants, and he gave them to Abraham. And he returned his wife Sarah to him. (Genesis 20, 14)

  • Then when Abraham prayed, God healed Abimelech and his wife, and his handmaids, and they gave birth. (Genesis 20, 17)


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