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Gẹnẹsisi 26:1-35

Isaaki àti Abimeleki

1Ìyàn kan sì mú ní ilẹ̀ náà, yàtọ̀ fún èyí tí ó mú ní ìgbà ayé Abrahamu, Isaaki sì lọ sọ́dọ̀ Abimeleki ọba àwọn Filistini ni Gerari. 2Olúwa sì fi ara han Isaaki, ó sì wí pé, “Má ṣe sọ̀kalẹ̀ lọ sí Ejibiti: Jókòó ní ilẹ̀ tí èmi ó fún ọ. 326.3,4: Gẹ 22.16-18.Máa ṣe àtìpó ní ilẹ̀ yìí fún ìgbà díẹ̀, èmi ó sì wà pẹ̀lú rẹ, Èmi yóò sì bùkún fún ọ. Nítorí ìwọ àti irú-ọmọ rẹ ni èmi yóò fi gbogbo àwọn ilẹ̀ wọ̀nyí fún, èmi yóò sì fi ìdí ìbúra tí mo ṣe fún Abrahamu baba rẹ múlẹ̀. 4Èmi yóò sọ ìran rẹ di púpọ̀ bí ìràwọ̀ ojú ọ̀run, èmi yóò sì fi gbogbo ilẹ̀ yìí fún irú àwọn ọmọ rẹ, àti nípasẹ̀ irú-ọmọ rẹ ni a ó bùkún fún gbogbo orílẹ̀-èdè ayé, 5nítorí tí Abrahamu gba ohùn mi gbọ́, ó sì pa gbogbo ìkìlọ̀, àṣẹ, ìlànà àti òfin mi mọ́.” 6Nítorí náà Isaaki jókòó ní Gerari.

726.7: Gẹ 12.13; 20.2.Nígbà tí àwọn ọkùnrin ìlú náà bi í léèrè ní ti aya rẹ̀, ó sì wí pé, “Arábìnrin mi ní í ṣe,” nítorí tí ó bẹ̀rù láti jẹ́wọ́ wí pé, “Aya mi ni.” Ó ń rò wí pé, “Kí àwọn ọkùnrin ibẹ̀ náà má ba à pa mí nítorí Rebeka, nítorí tí òun ní ẹwà púpọ̀.”

8Nígbà tí Isaaki sì ti wà níbẹ̀ fún ọ̀pọ̀lọpọ̀ ọjọ́, Abimeleki ọba Filistini yọjú lójú fèrèsé, ó sì rí Isaaki ń bá Rebeka aya rẹ̀ tage. 9Nígbà náà ni Abimeleki ránṣẹ́ pe Isaaki ó sì wí fun pé, “Nítòótọ́, aya rẹ ni obìnrin yìí í ṣe, èéṣe tí ìwọ fi wí fún wa pé arábìnrin mi ni?”

Isaaki sì fèsì pé, “Nítorí mo rò pé mo le pàdánù ẹ̀mí mi nítorí rẹ̀.”

10Nígbà náà ni Abimeleki dáhùn pé, “Èwo ni èyí tí ìwọ ṣe sí wa yìí? Bí ọ̀kan nínú àwọn ènìyàn wọ̀nyí bá ti bá a lòpọ̀ ńkọ́? Ìwọ ìbá wá mú ẹ̀bi wá sórí wa.”

11Nígbà náà ni Abimeleki pàṣẹ fún gbogbo ènìyàn pé, “Ẹnikẹ́ni tí ó bá fọwọ́ kan ọkùnrin yìí tàbí aya rẹ̀ yóò jẹ̀bi ikú.”

12Ní ọdún náà, Isaaki gbin ohun ọ̀gbìn sí ilẹ̀ náà, ó sì kórè rẹ̀ ní ìlọ́po ọgọ́ọ̀rún ni ọdún kan náà, nítorí Ọlọ́run bùkún un. 13Ọkùnrin náà sì di ọlọ́rọ̀ púpọ̀, ọrọ̀ rẹ̀ sì ń pọ̀ si, títí ó fi di ènìyàn ńlá. 14Ó ní ọ̀pọ̀lọpọ̀ ẹran ọ̀sìn àti agbo ẹran àti àwọn ìránṣẹ́ tó bẹ́ẹ̀ tí àwọn Filistini ń ṣe ìlara rẹ̀. 15Nítorí náà àwọn ará Filistini ru erùpẹ̀ di gbogbo kànga tí àwọn ìránṣẹ́ Abrahamu baba rẹ̀ ti gbẹ́.

16Nígbà náà ni Abimeleki wí fún Isaaki pé, “Jáde kúrò ní ilẹ̀ wa, nítorí tí ìwọ ti di alágbára púpọ̀ jù wá lọ.”

17Isaaki sì ṣí kúrò níbẹ̀, ó sì pàgọ́ sí Àfonífojì Gerari ó sì ń gbé ibẹ̀. 18Isaaki sì ṣe àtúngbẹ́ àwọn kànga tí Abrahamu baba rẹ̀ ti gbẹ́ nígbà ayé rẹ̀, èyí tí àwọn Filistini ti dí lẹ́yìn ikú Abrahamu baba rẹ̀, ó sì fún wọn lórúkọ tí baba rẹ̀ ti sọ wọ́n tẹ́lẹ̀.

19Àwọn ìránṣẹ́ Isaaki sì gbẹ́ kànga ní àfonífojì náà, wọ́n kan ìsun omi níbẹ̀. 20Ṣùgbọ́n àwọn darandaran Gerari ń bá àwọn darandaran Isaaki jà sí kànga náà pé àwọn ni àwọn ni í. Nítorí náà ni ó fi pe orúkọ kànga náà ní Eseki, nítorí pé wọ́n bá a jà sí kànga náà. 21Àwọn ìránṣẹ́ Isaaki tún gbẹ́ kànga mìíràn, wọ́n sì tún jà nítorí rẹ̀ pẹ̀lú, ó sì sọ orúkọ rẹ̀ ní Sitna (kànga àtakò). 22Ó sì tún kúrò níbẹ̀, ó sì gbẹ́ kànga mìíràn, wọn kò sì jásí èyí rárá, ó sì pe orúkọ rẹ̀ ní Rehoboti, ó wí pé, “Nísinsin yìí, Olúwa ti fi ààyè gbà wá, a ó sì gbilẹ̀ si ní ilẹ̀ náà.”

23Láti ibẹ̀, ó kúrò lọ sí Beerṣeba 24Ní òru ọjọ́ tí ó dé ibẹ̀, Olúwa sì fi ara hàn án, ó sì wí pé, “Èmi ni Ọlọ́run Abrahamu baba rẹ: Má ṣe bẹ̀rù nítorí èmi wà pẹ̀lú rẹ, èmi yóò sì bùsi fún ọ, èmi yóò sì sọ iye ìran rẹ di púpọ̀, nítorí Abrahamu ìránṣẹ́ mi.”

25Isaaki sì kọ́ pẹpẹ kan síbẹ̀, ó sì pe orúkọ Olúwa. Níbẹ̀ ni ó pàgọ́ rẹ̀ sí, àwọn ìránṣẹ́ rẹ sì gbẹ́ kànga kan níbẹ̀.

2626.26: Gẹ 21.22.Nígbà náà ni Abimeleki tọ̀ ọ́ wá láti Gerari, àti Ahussati, olùdámọ̀ràn rẹ̀ àti Fikoli, olórí ogun rẹ̀. 27Isaaki sì bi wọ́n léèrè pé, “Èéṣe tí ẹ̀yin tọ̀ mí wá, níwọ̀n ìgbà tí ẹ̀yin kórìíra mi tí ẹ sì lé mi jáde kúrò lọ́dọ̀ yín?”

28Wọ́n dáhùn pé, “A rí i dájú pé Olúwa wà pẹ̀lú rẹ, nítorí náà ni a fi rò ó wí pé, ó yẹ kí májẹ̀mú kí o wà láàrín àwa àti ìwọ. Jẹ́ kí a ṣe àdéhùn 29pé ìwọ kì yóò ṣe wá ní ibi, bí àwa pẹ̀lú kò ti ṣe ọ́ ní aburú, tí a sì ń ṣe ọ́ dáradára, tí a sì rán ọ jáde ní àlàáfíà láìṣe ọ́ ní ibi, kíyèsi Olúwa sì ti bùkún fún ọ.”

30Isaaki sì ṣe àsè fún wọn, wọn sì jẹ, wọ́n sì mu. 31Ní òwúrọ̀ ọjọ́ kejì wọn búra fún ara wọn. Isaaki sì rán wọn lọ, wọ́n sì lọ ní àlàáfíà.

32Ní ọjọ́ náà gan an ni àwọn ìránṣẹ́ Isaaki wá sọ fún un pé àwọn ti kan omi ní kànga kan tí àwọn gbẹ́. 3326.33: Gẹ 21.31.Ó sì pe orúkọ kànga náà ní Ṣiba (kànga májẹ̀mú), títí di òní olónìí, orúkọ ìlú náà ni Beerṣeba.

34Nígbà tí Esau pé ọmọ ogójì ọdún (40) ó fẹ́ ọmọbìnrin kan tí a ń pè ní Juditi, ọmọ Beeri, ará Hiti, ó sì tún fẹ́ Basemati, ọmọ Eloni ará Hiti. 35Fífẹ́ tí a fẹ́ àwọn obìnrin wọ̀nyí jẹ́ ìbànújẹ́ fún Isaaki àti Rebeka.

New International Reader’s Version

Genesis 26:1-35

Isaac and Abimelek

1There was very little food in the land. The same thing had been true earlier, in Abraham’s time. Isaac went to Abimelek in Gerar. Abimelek was the king of the Philistines. 2The Lord appeared to Isaac and said, “Do not go down to Egypt. Live in the land where I tell you to live. 3Stay there for a while. I will be with you and give you my blessing. I will give all these lands to you and your children after you. And I will keep my word that I gave to your father Abraham. 4I will make your children after you as many as the stars in the sky. And I will give them all these lands. All nations on earth will be blessed because of your children. 5I will do all these things because Abraham obeyed me. He did everything I required. He kept my commands, my rules and my instructions.” 6So Isaac stayed in Gerar.

7The men of that place asked him about his wife. He said, “She’s my sister.” He was afraid to say, “She’s my wife.” He thought, “The men of this place might kill me because of Rebekah. She’s a beautiful woman.”

8Isaac had been there a long time. One day Abimelek, the king of the Philistines, looked down from a window. He saw Isaac hugging and kissing his wife Rebekah. 9So Abimelek sent for Isaac. He said, “She’s really your wife, isn’t she? Why did you say she was your sister?”

Isaac answered him, “I thought I might lose my life because of her.”

10Then Abimelek said, “What have you done to us? What if one of the men slept with your wife? Then you would have made us guilty.”

11So Abimelek gave orders to all the people. He said, “Anyone who harms this man or his wife will surely be put to death.”

12Isaac planted crops in that land. That same year he gathered 100 times more than he planted. That was because the Lord blessed him. 13Isaac became rich. His wealth continued to grow until he became very rich. 14He had many flocks and herds and servants. Isaac had so much that the Philistines became jealous of him. 15So they stopped up all the wells the servants of his father Abraham had dug. They filled them with dirt.

16Then Abimelek said to Isaac, “Move away from us. You have become too powerful for us.”

17So Isaac moved away from there. He camped in the Valley of Gerar, where he made his home. 18Isaac opened up the wells again. They had been dug in the time of his father Abraham. The Philistines had stopped them up after Abraham died. Isaac gave the wells the same names his father had given them.

19Isaac’s servants dug wells in the valley. There they discovered fresh water. 20But the people of Gerar who took care of their own herds argued with the people who took care of Isaac’s herds. “The water is ours!” the people of Gerar said. So Isaac named the well Esek. That’s because they argued with him. 21Then Isaac’s servants dug another well. They argued about that one too. So he named it Sitnah. 22Isaac moved on from there and dug another well. But no one argued about that one. So he named it Rehoboth. He said, “Now the Lord has given us room. Now we will be successful in the land.”

23From there Isaac went up to Beersheba. 24That night the Lord appeared to him. He said, “I am the God of your father Abraham. Do not be afraid. I am with you. I will bless you. I will increase the number of your children because of my servant Abraham.”

25Isaac built an altar there and worshiped the Lord. There he set up his tent. And there his servants dug a well.

26During that time, Abimelek had come to him from Gerar. His personal adviser, Ahuzzath, had come with him. So had his army commander, Phicol. 27Isaac asked them, “Why have you come to me? You were angry with me and sent me away.”

28They answered, “We saw clearly that the Lord was with you. So we said, ‘There should be an agreement between us and you.’ We want to make a peace treaty with you. 29Give us your word that you won’t harm us. We didn’t harm you. We always treated you well. We sent you away peacefully. And now the Lord has blessed you.”

30Then Isaac had a feast prepared for them. They ate and drank. 31Early the next morning the men made a treaty with each other. Then Isaac sent the men of Gerar on their way. And they left peacefully.

32That day Isaac’s servants came to him. They told him about the well they had dug. They said, “We’ve found water!” 33So he named it Shibah. To this day the name of the town has been Beersheba.

Jacob Takes Esau’s Blessing

34When Esau was 40 years old, he got married to Judith. She was the daughter of Beeri the Hittite. Esau also married Basemath. She was the daughter of Elon the Hittite. 35Isaac and Rebekah became very upset because Esau had married Hittite women.