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And he said unto his daughters, And where is he? why is it that ye have left the man? call him, that he may eat bread.
and he said, Come in. thou blessed of Yahweh, - Wherefore shouldst thou stand outside, when I have made ready the house and a place for the camels?
And let me fetch a morsel of bread, and stay ye your heart, Afterwards, ye may pass on, For on this account, have ye passed by, over against your servant. And they said, Thus, shalt thou do as thou hast spoken.
And he said Behold, I pray you my lords turn aside, I pray you, into the house of your servant, - and tarry the night and bathe your feet, so shall ye rise early, and go on your way. And they said, Nay, but, in the broad way, will we tarry the night.
And it came to pass when Laban heard the tidings of Jacob his sisters son, that he ran to meet him, and embraced him, and fondly kissed him, and brought him into his house, - when he recounted to Laban all these things.
and Jacob offered sacrifice in the mountain, and called on his brethren to eat bread. So they did eat bread, and tarried the night in the mountain.
And they made ready the present, against the coming in of Joseph at noon, - for they heard that it was there they should eat bread.
Outside, the sojourner lodged not for the night, My doors - to the wayfarer, I threw open.
Then came unto him all his brethren and all his sisters, and all his former acquaintances, and they did eat bread with him in his house, - and shewed sympathy with him and comforted him, over all the calamity which Yahweh had brought upon him, - and they gave him, every one a weight of money, and every one, a ring of gold.
1 Timothy 5:10
In noble works, being well-attested; - if she hath nourished children, if she hath shewn hospitality, if, saints feet, she hath washed, if, them who were in tribulation, she hath succoured, if, in every good, work she hath followed on:
Of the entertaining of strangers, be not forgetful, for, hereby, unawares, have some entertained, messengers.
Thus have I been - By day, drought hath consumed me, And, frost, by, night, - So that my sleep fled away from mine eyes.