Book of Abraham Manuscript, circa July–circa November 1835–C [Abraham 1:1–2:18]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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H Now I Abram, built an altar unto the Lord, in the land of Jurshon and made an offiring unto the Lord and prayed that the famine, might be turned away from my fathers house, that they might not perish; and then we passed from jurshon through the land unto the place of Sichem, it was situated in the plains of Moreh, and we had already, come into the land <borders> of the <land of the> Canaanites, and I offered sacrifice there, in the plains of Moreh, and called on the Lord devoutly because we <[we]> had already come into the land of this Idolitrous nation.
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H Now I Abram, built an altar unto the Lord, in the land of Jurshon and made an offiring unto the Lord and prayed that the famine, might be turned away from my fathers house, that they might not perish; and then we passed from jurshon through the land unto the place of Sichem, it was situated in the plains of Moreh, and we had already, come into the borders of the land of the Canaanites, and I offered sacrifice there, in the plains of Moreh, and called on the Lord devoutly because [we] had already come into the land of this Idolitrous nation.
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