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  • And the Lord said to Abram, after Lot was divided from him: “Lift up your eyes, and gaze out from the place where you are now, to the north and to the meridian, to the east and to the west. (Genesis 13, 14)

  • along with both Lot, the son of Abram’s brother, who lived in Sodom, and his substance. (Genesis 14, 12)

  • When Abram had heard this, namely, that his brother Lot had been taken captive, he numbered three hundred and eighteen of his own armed men and he went in pursuit all the way to Dan. (Genesis 14, 14)

  • And he brought back all the substance, and Lot his brother, with his substance, likewise the women and the people. (Genesis 14, 16)

  • And the two Angels arrived at Sodom in the evening, and Lot was sitting at the gate of the city. And when he had seen them, he rose up and went to meet them. And he reverenced prone on the ground. (Genesis 19, 1)

  • And they called out to Lot, and they said to him: “Where are the men who entered to you in the night? Bring them out here, so that we may know them.” (Genesis 19, 5)

  • Lot went out to them, and blocking the door behind him, he said: (Genesis 19, 6)

  • But they said, “Move away from there.” And again: “You have entered,” they said, “as a stranger; should you then judge? Therefore, we will afflict you yourself more than them.” And they acted very violently against Lot. And they were now at the point of breaking open the doors. (Genesis 19, 9)

  • And behold, the men put out their hand, and they pulled Lot in to them, and they closed the door. (Genesis 19, 10)

  • Then they said to Lot: “Do you have here anyone of yours? All who are yours, sons-in-law, or sons, or daughters, bring them out of this city. (Genesis 19, 12)

  • And so Lot, going out, spoke to his sons-in-law, who were going to receive his daughters, and he said: “Rise up. Depart from this place. For the Lord will destroy this city.” And it seemed to them that he was speaking playfully. (Genesis 19, 14)

  • And Lot said to them: “I beg you, my lord, (Genesis 19, 18)


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