Men en Flygtning komkom og meldte det til Hebræeren AbramAbram, der boede ved den Lund, som tilhørte Amoriten MamreMamre, en Broder til Esjkol og Aner, der ligesom han var AbramsAbrams Pagtsfæller.
1706. Verse 14 And Abram heard that his brother had been taken captive, and he brought out his trained men, born in his house, three hundred and eighteen, and pursued as far as Dan.
'Abram heard that his brother had been taken captive' means that the Interior Man perceived the nature of the state of the External Man. 'And he brought out his trained men, born in his house' means those goods residing with the External Man which were now released from the yoke of slavery. 'Three hundred and eighteen' means the nature of those goods. 'And pursued as far as Dan' means the beginning 1 of purification.