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Genesis 26

JUB 1 And there was a famine in the land, in addition to the first famine that was in the days of Abraham. And Isaac went unto Abimelech, king of the Philistines, unto Gerar. NIV 1 Now there was a famine in the land—besides the previous famine in Abraham’s time—and Isaac went to Abimelek king of the Philistines in Gerar. JUB 2 And the LORD appeared unto him and said, <em>Do</em> not go down into Egypt; dwell in the land which I shall tell thee of; NIV 2 The LORD appeared to Isaac and said, “Do not go down to Egypt; live in the land where I tell you to live. JUB 3 abide in this land, and I will be with thee, and will bless thee; for unto thee, and unto thy seed, I will give all these lands, and I will confirm the oath which I swore unto Abraham thy father; NIV 3 Stay in this land for a while, and I will be with you and will bless you. For to you and your descendants I will give all these lands and will confirm the oath I swore to your father Abraham. JUB 4 and I will make thy seed to multiply as the stars of heaven and will give unto thy seed all these lands, and in thy seed shall all the Gentiles of the earth be blessed NIV 4 I will make your descendants as numerous as the stars in the sky and will give them all these lands, and through your offspring all nations on earth will be blessed, JUB 5 because Abraham hearkened unto my voice and kept my charge, my commandments, my statutes, and my laws. NIV 5 because Abraham obeyed me and did everything I required of him, keeping my commands, my decrees and my instructions.” JUB 6 Therefore Isaac dwelt in Gerar. NIV 6 So Isaac stayed in Gerar. JUB 7 And the men of that place asked <em>him</em> of his wife; and he said, She <em>is</em> my sister, for he feared to say, <em>She is</em> my wife, lest, <em>said he</em>, the men of the place should kill me for Rebekah because she <em>was</em> fair to look upon. NIV 7 When the men of that place asked him about his wife, he said, “She is my sister,” because he was afraid to say, “She is my wife.” He thought, “The men of this place might kill me on account of Rebekah, because she is beautiful.” JUB 8 And it came to pass, when he had been there a long time that Abimelech, king of the Philistines, looking out a window, saw Isaac sporting with Rebekah, his wife. NIV 8 When Isaac had been there a long time, Abimelek king of the Philistines looked down from a window and saw Isaac caressing his wife Rebekah. JUB 9 And Abimelech called Isaac and said, Behold, of a surety she <em>is</em> thy wife; and how didst thou say, She <em>is</em> my sister? And Isaac said unto him, Because I said, Lest I die because of her. NIV 9 So Abimelek summoned Isaac and said, “She is really your wife! Why did you say, ‘She is my sister’?” Isaac answered him, “Because I thought I might lose my life on account of her.” JUB 10 And Abimelech said, What <em>is</em> this thou hast done unto us? One of the people might easily have slept with thy wife, and thou should have brought the sin upon us. NIV 10 Then Abimelek said, “What is this you have done to us? One of the men might well have slept with your wife, and you would have brought guilt upon us.” JUB 11 Then Abimelech charged all the people, saying, He that touches this man or his wife shall surely be put to death. NIV 11 So Abimelek gave orders to all the people: “Anyone who harms this man or his wife shall surely be put to death.” JUB 12 Then Isaac sowed in that land and received in the same year one hundred-fold, and the LORD blessed him. NIV 12 Isaac planted crops in that land and the same year reaped a hundredfold, because the LORD blessed him. JUB 13 And the man waxed great and went forward and grew until he became very great, NIV 13 The man became rich, and his wealth continued to grow until he became very wealthy. JUB 14 for he had possession of flocks, possession of herds, great store of servants, and the Philistines envied him. NIV 14 He had so many flocks and herds and servants that the Philistines envied him. JUB 15 For all the wells which his father’s slaves had dug in the days of Abraham his father, the Philistines had stopped them and filled them with earth. NIV 15 So all the wells that his father’s servants had dug in the time of his father Abraham, the Philistines stopped up, filling them with earth. JUB 16 And Abimelech said unto Isaac, Go from us, for thou art become much mightier than we. NIV 16 Then Abimelek said to Isaac, “Move away from us; you have become too powerful for us.” JUB 17 And Isaac departed from there and pitched his tent in the valley of Gerar and dwelt there. NIV 17 So Isaac moved away from there and encamped in the Valley of Gerar, where he settled. JUB 18 And Isaac reopened the wells of water, which they had opened in the days of Abraham his father, for the Philistines had stopped them <em>up</em> after the death of Abraham, and he called their names after the names by which his father had called them. NIV 18 Isaac reopened the wells that had been dug in the time of his father Abraham, which the Philistines had stopped up after Abraham died, and he gave them the same names his father had given them. JUB 19 And Isaac’s slaves dug in the valley and found there a well of living waters. NIV 19 Isaac’s servants dug in the valley and discovered a well of fresh water there. JUB 20 And the pastors of Gerar strove with Isaac’s pastors, saying, The water <em>is</em> ours; therefore he called the name of the well Esek, because they strove with him. NIV 20 But the herders of Gerar quarreled with those of Isaac and said, “The water is ours!” So he named the well Esek, because they disputed with him. JUB 21 And they opened another well and strove for that <em>one</em> also; and he called the name of it Sitnah. NIV 21 Then they dug another well, but they quarreled over that one also; so he named it Sitnah. JUB 22 And he left there and opened another well; and for that <em>one</em> they did not strive and he called the name of it Rehoboth, and he said, For now the LORD has made room for us, and we shall be fruitful in the land. NIV 22 He moved on from there and dug another well, and no one quarreled over it. He named it Rehoboth, saying, “Now the LORD has given us room and we will flourish in the land.” JUB 23 And he went up from there unto Beersheba. NIV 23 From there he went up to Beersheba. JUB 24 And the LORD appeared unto him the same night, and said, I <em>am</em> the God of Abraham thy father; fear not, for I <em>am</em> with thee and will bless thee and multiply thy seed for my slave Abraham’s sake. NIV 24 That night the LORD appeared to him and said, “I am the God of your father Abraham. Do not be afraid, for I am with you; I will bless you and will increase the number of your descendants for the sake of my servant Abraham.” JUB 25 And he built an altar there and called upon the name of the LORD and pitched his tent there; and there Isaac’s slaves opened a well. NIV 25 Isaac built an altar there and called on the name of the LORD. There he pitched his tent, and there his servants dug a well. JUB 26 Then Abimelech went to him from Gerar and Ahuzzath, one of his friends, and Phichol, the chief captain of his army. NIV 26 Meanwhile, Abimelek had come to him from Gerar, with Ahuzzath his personal adviser and Phicol the commander of his forces. JUB 27 And Isaac said unto them, Why come ye to me, seeing ye hate me and have sent me away from you? NIV 27 Isaac asked them, “Why have you come to me, since you were hostile to me and sent me away?” JUB 28 And they said, We have seen certainly that the LORD is with thee; and we said, Let there be now an oath between us, <em>even</em> between us and thee, and let us make a covenant with thee, NIV 28 They answered, “We saw clearly that the LORD was with you; so we said, ‘There ought to be a sworn agreement between us’—between us and you. Let us make a treaty with you JUB 29 that thou wilt do us no hurt, as we have not touched thee and as we have done unto thee nothing but good and have sent thee away in peace; thou <em>art</em> now the blessed of the LORD. NIV 29 that you will do us no harm, just as we did not harm you but always treated you well and sent you away peacefully. And now you are blessed by the LORD.” JUB 30 And he made them a banquet, and they ate and drank. NIV 30 Isaac then made a feast for them, and they ate and drank. JUB 31 And they rose up early in the morning and swore one to another; and Isaac sent them away, and they departed from him in peace. NIV 31 Early the next morning the men swore an oath to each other. Then Isaac sent them on their way, and they went away peacefully. JUB 32 And it came to pass the same day that Isaac’s slaves came and told him concerning the well which they had opened and said unto him, We have found water. NIV 32 That day Isaac’s servants came and told him about the well they had dug. They said, “We’ve found water!” JUB 33 And he called it Shebah, therefore the name of the city <em>is</em> Beersheba unto this day. NIV 33 He called it Shibah, and to this day the name of the town has been Beersheba. JUB 34 And Esau was forty years old when he took to wife Judith, the daughter of Beeri, the Hittite, and Bashemath the daughter of Elon, the Hittite: NIV 34 When Esau was forty years old, he married Judith daughter of Beeri the Hittite, and also Basemath daughter of Elon the Hittite. JUB 35 Who were bitterness of spirit unto Isaac and to Rebekah. NIV 35 They were a source of grief to Isaac and Rebekah.

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