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Old Testament Revision 2

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And they done wickedly, & made their father drink wine that night; And the first born went in & lay with her father; & he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she <​16/​> arose. <​16/​> & it came to pass on the morrow, that the first born said unto the younger, Behold, I lay yester night with my father; let us make him drink wine this night also: & go thou in & lay with him, that we may preserve seed of our father And they made their father drink wine that night also; & the younger arose, & lay with him; & he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she rose arose, thus were both the daughters of Lot with Child by their <​17/​> father. <​17/​> And the first born bear a Son, Aand called his name Moab; the father of the Moabites, the same which is unto this day. And the younger, she also bear a son, & called his name Ben ammi; the father of the Children of which, are Ammonites <​Amiinites​>; the same which are unto this day.
Genesis, Chapter 20
Chapter XVIII <​20th​> Abrahams Journey to the Land of Gerar he calleth his wife his Sister &c
<​1​> And Abraham Journeyed from thenc[e] toward the South country, And dwelt between Kadish <​Kadesh​> & Shur, And Sojourned in Gerar, & Abraham said again to <​of Sarah​> his wife, she is my Sister; & Abimalech, King of Gerar, sent & took Sarah, but God came to Abimalech in a dream by night, & said unto him, behold, thou hast taken <​a which <​woman​>​> which is not thine own; for she is Abrahams 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 <​2/​> not come near her; for the Lord had not suffered him. <​2/​> And he said, Lord, wilt thou Slay h me, & 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 <​3/​> <​heart,​> & innocency of my hands have I done this <​3/​> And God said unto him in a dream dream, yea, I know that thou didst do this in the integrity of thy heart; for I also withheld thee from sining 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, & thou shalt live; & if thou return her not to him, know thou that thou <​4/​> shalt shurely die; thou, & all that are thine, <​4/​> therefore [p. 50]
And they done wickedly, & made their father drink wine that night; And the first born went in & lay with her father; & he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she 16/ arose. 16/ & it came to pass on the morrow, that the first born said unto the younger, Behold, I lay yester night with my father; let us make him drink wine this night also: & go thou in & lay with him, that we may preserve seed of our father And they made their father drink wine that night also; & the younger arose, & lay with him; & he perceived not when she lay down, nor when she arose, thus were both the daughters of Lot with Child by their 17/ father. 17/ And the first born bear a Son, Aand called his name Moab; the father of the Moabites, the same which is unto this day. And the younger, she also bear a son, & called his name Ben ammi; the father of the Children of which, are Amiinites; the same which are unto this day.
Genesis, Chapter 20
Chapter 20th Abrahams Journey to the Land of Gerar he calleth his wife his Sister &c
1 And Abraham Journeyed from thence toward the South country, And dwelt between Kadesh & Shur, And Sojourned in Gerar, & Abraham said again of Sarah his wife, she is my Sister; & Abimalech, King of Gerar, sent & took Sarah, but God came to Abimalech in a dream by night, & said unto him, behold, thou hast taken a woman which is not thine own; for she is Abrahams 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 2/ not come near her; for the Lord had not suffered him. 2/ And he said, Lord, wilt thou Slay h me, & 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 3/ heart, & innocency of my hands have I done this 3/ 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 sining 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, & thou shalt live; & if thou return her not to him, know thou that thou 4/ shalt shurely die; thou, & all that are thine, 4/ therefore [p. 50]
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