Löydetty 53 Tulokset: Abram

  • Abram put his faith in the LORD, who credited it to him as an act of righteousness. (Genesis 15, 6)

  • Birds of prey swooped down on the carcasses, but Abram stayed with them. (Genesis 15, 11)

  • As the sun was about to set, a trance fell upon Abram, and a deep, terrifying darkness enveloped him. (Genesis 15, 12)

  • Then the LORD said to Abram: "Know for certain that your descendants shall be aliens in a land not their own, where they shall be enslaved and oppressed for four hundred years. (Genesis 15, 13)

  • It was on that occasion that the LORD made a covenant with Abram, saying: "To your descendants I give this land, from the Wadi of Egypt to the Great River (the Euphrates), (Genesis 15, 18)

  • Abram's wife Sarai had borne him no children. She had, however, an Egyptian maidservant named Hagar. (Genesis 16, 1)

  • Sarai said to Abram: "The LORD has kept me from bearing children. Have intercourse, then, with my maid; perhaps I shall have sons through her." Abram heeded Sarai's request. (Genesis 16, 2)

  • Thus, after Abram had lived ten years in the land of Canaan, his wife Sarai took her maid, Hagar the Egyptian, and gave her to her husband Abram to be his concubine. (Genesis 16, 3)

  • So Sarai said to Abram: "You are responsible for this outrage against me. I myself gave my maid to your embrace; but ever since she became aware of her pregnancy, she has been looking on me with disdain. May the LORD decide between you and me!" (Genesis 16, 5)

  • Abram told Sarai: "Your maid is in your power. Do to her whatever you please." Sarai then abused her so much that Hagar ran away from her. (Genesis 16, 6)

  • Hagar bore Abram a son, and Abram named the son whom Hagar bore him Ishmael. (Genesis 16, 15)

  • Abram was eighty-six years old when Hagar bore him Ishmael. (Genesis 16, 16)


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