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1 Vstoupil tedy Abram z Egypta on i žena jeho i všecko, což měl, a Lot s ním, ku poledni.

2 (Byl pak Abram bohatý velmi na dobytek, na stříbro i na zlato.)

3 A šel cestami svými od poledne až do Bethel, až k místu tomu, kdež prvé byl stánek jeho, mezi Bethel a Hai,

4 K místu oltáře, kterýž tam byl prvé vzdělal, kdežto vzýval Abram jméno Hospodinovo.

5 Také i Lot, kterýž s Abramem chodil, měl ovce a voly i stany.

6 A nemohla jim země postačovati, aby spolu bydlili, proto že zboží jich bylo veliké, tak že nemohli spolu bydliti.

7 Odkudž vznikla nesnáz mezi pastýři stáda Abramova a mezi pastýři stáda Lotova; nebo Kananejští a Ferezejští tehdáž bydlili v zemi té.

8 Řekl tedy Abram k Lotovi: Nechžť, prosím, není nesnáze mezi mnou a tebou, a mezi pastýři mými a pastýři tvými, poněvadž muži bratří jsme.

9 Zdaliž není před tebou všecka země? Odděl se, prosím, ode mne. Půjdeš-li na levo, já na pravo se držeti budu; pakli půjdeš na pravo, na levo se držeti budu.

10 Pozdvih tedy Lot očí svých, spatřil všecku rovinu vůkol Jordánu, kteráž před tím, než Hospodin zkazil Sodomu a Gomoru, všecka až k Ségor svlažována byla, jako zahrada Hospodinova, a jako země Egyptská.

11 I zvolil sobě Lot všecku rovinu Jordánskou, a bral se k východu; a tak oddělili se jeden od druhého.

12 Abram bydlil v zemi Kananejské, ale Lot přebýval v městech té roviny, podav stanů až k Sodomě.

13 Lidé pak Sodomští byli zlí, a hříšníci před Hospodinem velicí.

14 I řekl Hospodin Abramovi, když se oddělil od něho Lot: Pozdvihni nyní očí svých, a pohleď z místa, na němž jsi, na půlnoci a na poledne, i na východ a na západ.

15 Nebo všecku zemi, kterouž vidíš, tobě dám a semeni tvému až na věky.

16 A rozmnožím símě tvé jako prach země; nebo jestliže kdo bude moci sčísti prach země, tedy i símě tvé sečteno bude.

17 Vstaň, projdi tu zemi na dýl i na šíř její; nebo tobě ji dám.

18 Tedy Abram hnuv se s stanem, přišel a bydlil v rovinách Mamre, kteréž jsou při Hebronu, kdežto vzdělal oltář Hospodinu.

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