Hagar

Hagar

 
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  • But Sarai, Abram's wife, had no children. So Sarai took her servant, an Egyptian woman named Hagar, - Genesis 16:1


  • So Sarai, Abram's wife, took Hagar the Egyptian servant and gave her to Abram as a wife. (This happened ten years after Abram first arrived in the land of Canaan.) - Genesis 16:3


  • So Abram slept with Hagar, and she became pregnant. When Hagar knew she was pregnant, she began to treat her mistress Sarai with contempt. - Genesis 16:4


  • Abram replied, "Since she is your servant, you may deal with her as you see fit." So Sarai treated her harshly, and Hagar ran away. - Genesis 16:6


  • The angel of the LORD found Hagar beside a desert spring along the road to Shur. - Genesis 16:7


  • Thereafter, Hagar referred to the LORD, who had spoken to her, as "the God who sees me,"* for she said, "I have seen the One who sees me!"3 - Genesis 16:13


  • So Hagar gave Abram a son, and Abram named him Ishmael. - Genesis 16:15


  • But Sarah saw Ishmael--the son of Abraham and her Egyptian servant Hagar--making fun of Isaac. - Genesis 21:9


  • But I will make a nation of the descendants of Hagar's son because he also is your son." - Genesis 21:13


  • So Abraham got up early the next morning, prepared food for the journey, and strapped a container of water to Hagar's shoulders. He sent her away with their son, and she walked out into the wilderness of Beersheba, wandering aimlessly. - Genesis 21:14


  • Then God heard the boy's cries, and the angel of God called to Hagar from the sky, "Hagar, what's wrong? Do not be afraid! God has heard the boy's cries from the place where you laid him. - Genesis 21:17


  • Then God opened Hagar's eyes, and she saw a well. She immediately filled her water container and gave the boy a drink. - Genesis 21:19


  • This is the history of the descendants of Ishmael, the son of Abraham through Hagar, Sarah's Egyptian servant. - Genesis 25:12


  • Now these two women serve as an illustration of God's two covenants. Hagar, the slave-wife, represents Mount Sinai where people first became enslaved to the law. - Galatians 4:24

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New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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