Abraham

Abraham

 
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  • "Should I hide my plan from Abraham?" the LORD asked. - Genesis 18:17


  • "For Abraham will become a great and mighty nation, and all the nations of the earth will be blessed through him. - Genesis 18:18


  • So the LORD told Abraham, "I have heard that the people of Sodom and Gomorrah are extremely evil, and that everything they do is wicked. - Genesis 18:20


  • The two other men went on toward Sodom, but the LORD remained with Abraham for a while. - Genesis 18:22


  • Abraham approached him and said, "Will you destroy both innocent and guilty alike? - Genesis 18:23


  • Then Abraham spoke again. "Since I have begun, let me go on and speak further to my Lord, even though I am but dust and ashes. - Genesis 18:27


  • Then Abraham pressed his request further. "Suppose there are only forty?" And the LORD replied, "I will not destroy it if there are forty." - Genesis 18:29


  • "Please don't be angry, my Lord," Abraham pleaded. "Let me speak--suppose only thirty are found?" And the LORD replied, "I will not destroy it if there are thirty." - Genesis 18:30


  • Then Abraham said, "Since I have dared to speak to the Lord, let me continue--suppose there are only twenty?" And the LORD said, "Then I will not destroy it for the sake of the twenty." - Genesis 18:31


  • Finally, Abraham said, "Lord, please do not get angry; I will speak but once more! Suppose only ten are found there?" And the LORD said, "Then, for the sake of the ten, I will not destroy it." - Genesis 18:32


  • The LORD went on his way when he had finished his conversation with Abraham, and Abraham returned to his tent. - Genesis 18:33


  • The next morning Abraham was up early and hurried out to the place where he had stood in the LORD's presence. - Genesis 19:27


  • But God had listened to Abraham's request and kept Lot safe, removing him from the disaster that engulfed the cities on the plain. - Genesis 19:29


  • Now Abraham moved south to the Negev and settled for a while between Kadesh and Shur at a place called Gerar. - Genesis 20:1


  • Abraham told people there that his wife, Sarah, was his sister. So King Abimelech sent for her and had her brought to him at his palace. - Genesis 20:2


  • Abraham told me, `She is my sister,' and she herself said, `Yes, he is my brother.' I acted in complete innocence!" - Genesis 20:5


  • Then Abimelech called for Abraham. "What is this you have done to us?" he demanded. "What have I done to you that deserves treatment like this, making me and my kingdom guilty of this great sin? This kind of thing should not be done! - Genesis 20:9
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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