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Old Testament Revision 1

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Genesis, Chapter 19
And it came to pass that there came two <​three​> angles to Sodom at even and Lot sat in in the evening and Lot sat in the door of his house in the City of Sodom and Lot seeing the Angels rose up to meet them and he bowed himself with his face toward the ground, and he said behold now, my lords, turn <​in​> now I pray you into your sevents house, and tarry all night and wash your feet and ye shall rise up early and go on your ways and they said nay but we will abide in the street all night and he pressed upon them greatly and they turend in unto him and entered into his house and he made them a feast and did bake unleavened bread and they did eat but before they lay down to rest the men of the City of Sodom compassed the house round even men which were both old and young even the people from every quarter and they called unto Lot and said unto him where are the men which <​came​> in unto thee this night bring them out unto us that we may know them and Lot went out of the door unto them and shut the door after him and said I pray you breatheren do not so wickedly and they said unto him stand back and they were angry with him and they said among themselves this one man came in to sojourn among us and he will needs now make himself to be a judge now we will deal worse with him than with them. wherefore they said unto the man we will have the men and thy daughters also and we will do with them as seemeth us good now this was after the wickedness of Sodom. And Lot said behold now I have two daughters which have not known [p. 46]
Genesis, Chapter 19
And it came to pass that there came three angles to Sodom in the evening and Lot sat in the door of his house in the City of Sodom and Lot seeing the Angels rose up to meet them and he bowed himself with his face toward the ground, and he said behold now, my lords, turn in now I pray you into your sevents house, and tarry all night and wash your feet and ye shall rise up early and go on your ways and they said nay but we will abide in the street all night and he pressed upon them greatly and they turend in unto him and entered into his house and he made them a feast and did bake unleavened bread and they did eat but before they lay down to rest the men of the City of Sodom compassed the house round even men which were both old and young even the people from every quarter and they called unto Lot and said unto him where are the men which came in unto thee this night bring them out unto us that we may know them and Lot went out of the door unto them and shut the door after him and said I pray you breatheren do not so wickedly and they said unto him stand back and they were angry with him and they said among themselves this one man came in to sojourn among us and he will needs now make himself to be a judge now we will deal worse with him than with them. wherefore they said unto the man we will have the men and thy daughters also and we will do with them as seemeth us good now this was after the wickedness of Sodom. And Lot said behold now I have two daughters which have not known [p. 46]
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