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Old Testament Revision 1

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years old and a she goat of three years old and a ram of three years old and and a turtle dove and a young pigeon and he took unto him all these and he divided them in the midst and he laid each peice one against another but the birds divided he not and when the fowls came down upon the carcases Abram drove them away and when the Sun was going down a deep sleep feel fell upon Abram and Lo! a great horror of darkness fell upon him and the Lord spake and he said unto Abram no know of a surety that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land which shall not be theirs and shall serve strangers and they shall be afflicted and serve them four Hundred years and also that nation whom they shall serve will I judge and afterward shall they come out with great substance and thou shalt die and go to thy fathers in peace thou shall be buried in a good old age <​but​> in the fourth genaration they shall come forth hither again for the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet full. and it came to pass that when the sun went down and it was dark behold a smoking <​furnace​> and a burning lamp which passed between those peices which Abram had divided and in that same day the Lord made a covenent with Abraham saying unto thy seed have I given this land from the river of Egypt unto the great river Euphrates the Kenites and and Kenazites and the Kadmonites and the Hittites and the Perizites and the Rephaims and the Amorites and the Canaanites and the Girgashites and the Jebusites.
Genesis, Chapter 16
Now Sarai Abrams wife bear him no children and she had a handmaid an Egyptian whose name was Hagar and Sarai said unto Abram b[e]hold now the Lord hath restrained me from bearing I pray thee go in unto my maid it may be that I will <​may​> obtain children by her and Abram hearkened unto the voice of Sarai and Sarai abram’s wife wife took [p. 36]
years old and a she goat of three years old and a ram of three years old and and a turtle dove and a young pigeon and he took unto him all these and he divided them in the midst and laid each peice one against another but the birds divided he not and when the fowls came down upon the carcases Abram drove them away and when the Sun was going down a deep sleep fell upon Abram and Lo! a great horror of darkness fell upon him and the Lord spake and he said unto Abram know of a surety that thy seed shall be a stranger in a land which shall not be theirs and shall serve strangers and they shall be afflicted and serve them four Hundred years and also that nation whom they shall serve will I judge and afterward shall they come out with great substance and thou shalt die and go to thy fathers in peace thou shall be buried in a good old age but in the fourth genaration they shall come hither again for the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet full. and it came to pass that when the sun went down and it was dark behold a smoking furnace and a burning lamp which passed between those peices which Abram had divided and in that same day the Lord made a covenent with Abraham saying unto thy seed have I given this land from the river of Egypt unto the great river Euphrates the Kenites and and Kenazites and the Kadmonites and the Hittites and the Perizites and the Rephaims and the Amorites and the Canaanites and the Girgashites and the Jebusites.
Genesis, Chapter 16
Now Sarai Abrams wife bear him no children and she had a handmaid an Egyptian whose name was Hagar and Sarai said unto Abram behold now the Lord hath restrained me from bearing I pray thee go in unto my maid it may be that I may obtain children by her and Abram hearkened unto the voice of Sarai and Sarai abram’s wife took [p. 36]
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