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  • After the birth of Eber, Shelah lived four hundred and three years and fathered sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 15)

  • After the birth of Peleg, Eber lived four hundred and thirty years and fathered sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 17)

  • After the birth of Reu, Peleg lived two hundred and nine years and fathered sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 19)

  • After the birth of Serug, Reu lived two hundred and seven years and fathered sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 21)

  • After the birth of Nahor, Serug lived two hundred years and fathered sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 23)

  • After the birth of Terah, Nahor lived a hundred and nineteen years and fathered sons and daughters. (Genesis 11, 25)

  • Look, I have two daughters who are virgins. I am ready to send them out to you, for you to treat as you please, but do nothing to these men since they are now under the protection of my roof.' (Genesis 19, 8)

  • The men said to Lot, 'Have you anyone else here? Your sons, your daughters and all your people in the city, take them away, (Genesis 19, 12)

  • So Lot went off and spoke to his future sons-in-law who were to marry his daughters. 'On your feet!' he said, 'Leave this place, for Yahweh is about to destroy the city.' But his sons-in-law thought he was joking. (Genesis 19, 14)

  • When dawn broke the angels urged Lot on, 'To your feet! Take your wife and your two daughters who are here, or you will be swept away in the punishment of the city.' (Genesis 19, 15)

  • And as he hesitated, the men seized his hand and the hands of his wife and his two daughters -- Yahweh being merciful to him -- and led him out and left him outside the city. (Genesis 19, 16)

  • After leaving Zoar Lot settled in the hill country with his two daughters, for he dared not stay at Zoar. He lived in a cave, he and his two daughters. (Genesis 19, 30)


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