And Abraham [is] a son of a hundred years in Isaac his son being born to him,
and Sarah saith, `God hath made laughter for me; every one who is hearing laugheth for me.'
She saith also, `Who hath said to Abraham, Sarah hath suckled sons, that I have born a son for his old age?'
And the lad groweth, and is weaned, and Abraham maketh a great banquet in the day of Isaac's being weaned;
and Sarah seeth the son of Hagar the Egyptian, whom she hath borne to Abraham, mocking,
and she saith to Abraham, `Cast out this handmaid and her son; for the son of this handmaid hath no possession with my son -- with Isaac.'
And the thing is very wrong in the eyes of Abraham, for his son's sake;
and God saith unto Abraham, `Let it not be wrong in thine eyes because of the youth, and because of thy handmaid: all that Sarah saith unto thee -- hearken to her voice, for in Isaac is a seed called to thee.
As to the son of the handmaid also, for a nation I set him, because he [is] thy seed.'
And Abraham riseth early in the morning, and taketh bread, and a bottle of water, and giveth unto Hagar (placing [it] on her shoulder), also the lad, and sendeth her out; and she goeth on, and goeth astray in the wilderness of Beer-Sheba;
and the water is consumed from the bottle, and she placeth the lad under one of the shrubs.
And she goeth and sitteth by herself over-against, afar off, about a bow-shot, for she said, `Let me not look on the death of the lad;' and she sitteth over-against, and lifteth up her voice, and weepeth.