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  • God said also to Abraham: “Your wife Sarai, you shall not call Sarai, but Sarah. (Genesis 17, 15)

  • Abraham fell on his face, and he laughed, saying in his heart: “Do you think a son can be born to a one hundred year old man? And will Sarah give birth at the age of ninety?” (Genesis 17, 17)

  • And God said to Abraham: “Your wife Sarah shall give birth to a son, and you shall call his name Isaac, and I will establish my covenant with him as a perpetual covenant, and with his offspring after him. (Genesis 17, 19)

  • Yet in truth, I will establish my covenant with Isaac, to whom Sarah will give birth for you at this time next year.” (Genesis 17, 21)

  • Abraham hurried into the tent to Sarah, and he said to her, “Quickly, mix together three measures of the finest wheat flour and make loaves baked under the ashes.” (Genesis 18, 6)

  • And when they had eaten, they said to him, “Where is Sarah your wife?” He answered, “Behold, she is in the tent.” (Genesis 18, 9)

  • And he said to him, “When returning, I will come to you at this time, with life as a companion, and your wife Sarah will have a son.” Hearing this, Sarah laughed behind the door of the tent. (Genesis 18, 10)

  • Now they were both old, and in an advanced state of life, and it had ceased to be with Sarah after the manner of women. (Genesis 18, 11)

  • Then the Lord said to Abraham: “Why did Sarah laugh, saying: ‘How can I, an old woman, actually give birth?’ (Genesis 18, 13)

  • Is anything difficult for God? According to the announcement, he will return to you at this same time, with life as a companion, and Sarah will have a son.” (Genesis 18, 14)

  • Sarah denied it, saying, “I did not laugh.” For she was terribly afraid. But the Lord said, “It is not so; for you did laugh.” (Genesis 18, 15)

  • And he said about his wife Sarah: “She is my sister.” Therefore, Abimelech, the king of Gerar, sent for her and took her. (Genesis 20, 2)


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