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  • No longer will your name be called Abram. But you will be called Abraham, for I have established you as the father of many nations. (Genesis 17, 5)

  • In truth, he himself ran to the herd, and he took a calf from there, very tender and very good, and he gave it to a servant, who hurried and boiled it. (Genesis 18, 7)

  • Likewise, he took butter and milk, and the calf which he had boiled, and he placed it before them. Yet truly, he himself stood near them under the tree. (Genesis 18, 8)

  • Therefore, when the men had risen up from there, they directed their eyes against Sodom. And Abraham traveled with them, leading them. (Genesis 18, 16)

  • I will descend and see whether they have fulfilled the work of the outcry that has reached me, or whether it is not so, in order that I may know.” (Genesis 18, 21)

  • 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)

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

  • And when it was morning, the Angels compelled him, saying, “Arise, take your wife, and the two daughters that you have, lest you also should perish amid the wickedness of the city.” (Genesis 19, 15)

  • Hurry and be saved there. For I cannot do anything until you enter there.” For this reason, the name of that city is called Zoar. (Genesis 19, 22)

  • And the elder gave birth to a son, and she called his name Moab. He is the father of the Moabites, even to the present day. (Genesis 19, 37)

  • Likewise, the younger gave birth to a son, and she called his name Ammon, that is, ‘the son of my people.’ He is the father of the Ammonites, even today. (Genesis 19, 38)

  • And immediately Abimelech, rising up in the night, called all his servants. And he spoke all these words in their hearing, and all the men were very afraid. (Genesis 20, 8)


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