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13 Following that Aʹbram went up out of Egypt, he and his wife and all that he had, and Lot with him, to the Negʹeb.+ 2 And Aʹbram was heavily stocked with herds and silver and gold.+ 3 And he made his way from encampment to encampment out of the Negʹeb and to Bethʹel, to the place where his tent had been at first between Bethʹel and Aʹi,+ 4 to the place of the altar that he had made there originally;+ and Aʹbram proceeded to call there on* the name of Jehovah.+ 5 Now Lot, who was going along with Aʹbram, also owned sheep and cattle and tents. 6 So the land did not allow for them to dwell all together, because their goods had become many and they were not able to dwell all together.+ 7 And a quarrel arose between the herders of Aʹbram’s livestock and the herders of Lot’s livestock; and at that time the Caʹnaan·ite and the Perʹiz·zite were dwelling in the land.+ 8 Hence Aʹbram said to Lot:+ “Please, do not let any quarreling continue between me and you and between my herdsmen and your herdsmen, for we men are brothers.+ 9 Is not the whole land available to* you? Please, separate from me. If you go to the left, then I will go to the right; but if you go to the right, then I will go to the left.”+ 10 So Lot raised his eyes and saw the whole District* of the Jordan,+ that all of it was a well-watered region before Jehovah brought Sodʹom and Go·morʹrah to ruin, like the garden* of Jehovah,+ like the land of Egypt as far as Zoʹar.*+ 11 Then Lot chose for himself the whole District of the Jordan, and Lot moved his camp to the east. So they separated the one from the other. 12 Aʹbram dwelt in the land of Caʹnaan, but Lot dwelt among the cities of the District.+ Finally he pitched tent near Sodʹom. 13 And the men of Sodʹom were bad and were gross sinners against Jehovah.+ 14 And Jehovah said to Aʹbram after Lot had separated from him: “Raise your eyes, please, and look from the place where you are, northward and southward* and eastward and westward,*+ 15 because all the land at which you are looking, to you and to your seed I am going to give it until time indefinite.+ 16 And I will constitute your seed like the dust particles of the earth, so that, if a man could be able to count the dust particles of the earth, then your seed could be numbered.+ 17 Get up, go about in the land through its length and through its breadth, because to you I am going to give it.”+ 18 So Aʹbram continued to live in tents.* Later on he came and dwelt among the big trees of Mamʹre,+ which are in Heʹbron;+ and there he proceeded to build an altar to Jehovah.+
^ Or, “proceeded to declare (preach) there.”
^ Lit., “whole land before.”
^ Or, “Basin.” Heb., Kik·karʹ. The roughly circular territory of the lower Jordan Valley around Jericho.
^ “Paradise,” LXXSyVg.
^ “Zoan,” Sy.
^ Lit., “toward the Negeb.”
^ Lit., “toward the [Mediterranean] sea.”
^ Or, “Abram went about pitching his tent.”