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Old Testament Revision 1

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are Ammiites the same which are unto this days.
Genesis, Chapter 20
And Abraham journeyed from thence towards the south country and dwelt between Kadish and Shur and sojourned in Gerar and Abraham said again unto his wife of Sarah his wife she is my sister and Abimeleck sent King of Gerar sent and took Sarah but God came to Abemeleck in a dream by night and said unto him behold thou hast taken a woman which is not thine own for she is Abraham’s wife and the Lord said unto him thou shalt return her unto Abraham for if thou do it not thou shalt die, and Abimelech had not come near her for the Lord had not suffered him and he said Lord wilt thou slay me and also a righteous nation behold said he not unto me she is my sister and she even she herself said he is my brother. and in the integrity of my heart and innocency of my hands have I done this and God said unto him in a dream <​yea​> I know that thou didst do this in the integrity of thy heart for I also withheld thee from sinning against me therefore suffered I <​not​> thee not to touch her now therefore restore the mans wife to him for he is a Prophet and he shall pray for thee and thou shalt live and if thou restore her not to him know thou that thou shalt surely die thou and all that are thine therefore Abimelech rose early in the morning and called his servents and told all these things in their ears and the men were sore affraid. then Abimelech called Abraham and said unto him what hast thou done unto us and <​in​> what have I offended <​thee​> that [p. 50]
are Ammiites the same which are unto this days.
Genesis, Chapter 20
And Abraham journeyed from thence towards the south country and dwelt between Kadish and Shur and sojourned in Gerar and Abraham said again of Sarah his wife she is my sister and Abimeleck King of Gerar sent and took Sarah but God came to Abemeleck in a dream by night and said unto him behold thou hast taken a woman which is not thine own for she is Abraham’s wife and the Lord said unto him thou shalt return her unto Abraham for if thou do it not thou shalt die, and Abimelech had not come near her for the Lord had not suffered him and he said Lord wilt thou slay me and also a righteous nation behold said he not unto me she is my sister and she even she herself said he is my brother. and in the integrity of my heart and innocency of my hands have I done this and God said unto him in a dream yea I know that thou didst do this in the integrity of thy heart for I also withheld thee from sinning against me therefore suffered I not thee to touch her now therefore restore the mans wife to him for he is a Prophet and he shall pray for thee and thou shalt live and if thou restore her not to him know thou that thou shalt surely die thou and all that are thine therefore Abimelech rose early in the morning and called his servents and told all these things in their ears and the men were sore affraid. then Abimelech called Abraham and said unto him what hast thou done unto us and in what have I offended thee that [p. 50]
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