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Kejadian 13:10-11

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13:10 Lot looked up and saw 1  the whole region 2  of the Jordan. He noticed 3  that all of it was well-watered (before the Lord obliterated 4  Sodom and Gomorrah) 5  like the garden of the Lord, like the land of Egypt, 6  all the way to Zoar. 13:11 Lot chose for himself the whole region of the Jordan and traveled 7  toward the east.

So the relatives separated from each other. 8 

Kejadian 32:10

Konteks
32:10 I am not worthy of all the faithful love 9  you have shown 10  your servant. With only my walking stick 11  I crossed the Jordan, 12  but now I have become two camps.
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[13:10]  1 tn Heb “lifted up his eyes and saw.” The expression draws attention to the act of looking, indicating that Lot took a good look. It also calls attention to the importance of what was seen.

[13:10]  2 tn Or “plain”; Heb “circle.”

[13:10]  3 tn The words “he noticed” are supplied in the translation for stylistic reasons.

[13:10]  4 sn Obliterated. The use of the term “destroy” (שַׁחֵת, shakhet) is reminiscent of the Noahic flood (Gen 6:13). Both at the flood and in Sodom the place was obliterated by catastrophe and only one family survived (see C. Westermann, Genesis, 2:178).

[13:10]  5 tn This short temporal clause (preposition + Piel infinitive construct + subjective genitive + direct object) is strategically placed in the middle of the lavish descriptions to sound an ominous note. The entire clause is parenthetical in nature. Most English translations place the clause at the end of v. 10 for stylistic reasons.

[13:10]  6 sn The narrative places emphasis on what Lot saw so that the reader can appreciate how it aroused his desire for the best land. It makes allusion to the garden of the Lord and to the land of Egypt for comparison. Just as the tree in the garden of Eden had awakened Eve’s desire, so the fertile valley attracted Lot. And just as certain memories of Egypt would cause the Israelites to want to turn back and abandon the trek to the promised land, so Lot headed for the good life.

[13:11]  7 tn Heb “Lot traveled.” The proper name has not been repeated in the translation at this point for stylistic reasons.

[13:11]  8 tn Heb “a man from upon his brother.”

[13:11]  sn Separated from each other. For a discussion of the significance of this event, see L. R. Helyer, “The Separation of Abram and Lot: Its Significance in the Patriarchal Narratives,” JSOT 26 (1983): 77-88.

[32:10]  9 tn Heb “the loving deeds and faithfulness” (see 24:27, 49).

[32:10]  10 tn Heb “you have done with.”

[32:10]  11 tn Heb “for with my staff.” The Hebrew word מַקֵל (maqel), traditionally translated “staff,” has been rendered as “walking stick” because a “staff” in contemporary English refers typically to the support personnel in an organization.

[32:10]  12 tn Heb “this Jordan.”



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