15 And Agar bare Abram a sonne, and Abram called his sonnes name which Agar bare him, Ismael.
Bible verses about "sarah" | Coverdale
17 Then fell Abraha vpo his face, and laughed, and sayde in his hert: Shal a childe be borne vnto me that am an hundreth yeare olde? And shall Sara yt is nyentie yeare olde, beare?
30 But Sarai was baren, and had no childe.
12 therfore laughed she within hir self, and sayde: Now that I am olde & my lorde olde also, shal I yet geue my self to lust?
10 Then sayde he: aboute this tyme twolue moneth, (yf I lyue) I will come to the agayne, and Sara thy wyfe shal haue a sonne. And Sara herde that out of the tent dore, which was behynde his backe.
2 And Sara was with childe, and bare Abraham a sonne in his olde age, euen in the tyme appoynted, like as God had spoken vnto him afore.
14 Shulde eny soch thinge be to harde for the LORDE? Aboute this tyme (yf I lyue) I wil come to the agayne, & Sara shal haue a sonne.
15 And God sayde vnto Abraham: Sarai thy wyfe shall nomore be called Sarai, but Sara shal be hir name:
19 Then sayde God: Yee euen Sara thy wyfe shall beare the a sonne, and thou shalt call his name Isaac: for with him wil I make my euerlastinge couenaunt, and with his sede after him.
1 Likewyse let the wyues be in subieccion to their hussbandes, that euen they which beleue not the worde, maye without the worde be wonne by ye couersacion of the wyues, 2 whan they beholde yor pure conuersacion in feare. 3 Whose apparell shal not be outwarde wt broyded heer, & hanginge on of golde, or in puttynge on of gorgious araye, 4 but let ye inwarde ma of ye hert be vncorrupte wt a meke & a quyete sprete, which before God is moch set by. 5 For after this maner in the olde tyme, dyd ye holy weme which trusted in God, tyer the selues, & were obedient vnto their hussbades: 6 Euen as Sara obeyed Abraham, and called him lorde: whose doughters ye are, as loge as ye do well, not beynge afrayed for eny trouble. 7 Likewyse ye men, dwell with them acordinge vnto knowlege, geuynge honor vnto the wife, as to the weaker vessel: & as vnto the yt are heyres with you of the grace of life, that youre prayers be not let. 8 But in conclusion be ye all of one mynde, one suffre with another, loue as brethren, be pitefull, be curteous. 9 Recopence not euell for euell, nether rebuke for rebuke: but cotrary wyse, blesse: and knowe that ye are called therto, euen yt ye shulde be heyres of ye blessynge. 10 For who so listeth to lyue, and wolde fayne se good dayes, Let him refrayne his tonge from euell, and his lippes yt they speake no gyle. 11 Let him eschue euell, & do good: Let him seke peace and ensue it. 12 For ye eyes of the LORDE are ouer the righteous, & his eares are open vnto their prayers. But ye face of the LORDE beholdeth the yt do euell. 13 And who is it that can harme you, yf ye folowe that which is good? 14 Not withstodinge blessed are ye, yf ye suffre for righteousnes sake Feare not ye their threatnynge, nether be troubled, 15 but sanctifye the LORDE God in youre hertes. Be ready allwayes to geue an answere to euery ma, that axeth you a reason of the hope that is in you, and that with mekenes & feare, 16 hauynge a good conscience, that they which bacbyte you as euell doers, maye be ashamed, that they haue falsely accused youre good couersacion in Christ. 17 For it is better (yf the wyll of God be so) that ye suffre for well doynge, the for euell doynge. 18 For as moch as Christ hath once suffred for oure synnes, ye iust for the vniust, for to brynge vs to God: & was slayne after the flesh, but quyckened after the sprete. 19 In the which sprete he also wente, and preached vnto ye spretes that were in preson, 20 which in tyme past beleued not, whan God once a bode and suffred pacietly in the tyme of Noe, whyle the Arke was a preparynge: Wherin fewe (that is to saye eight soules) were saued by water. 21 Which signifieth baptyme yt now saueth vs: not ye puttinge awaye of the fylth of the flesh, but in yt a good cosciece cosenteth vnto God by ye resurreccion of Iesus Christ, 22 which is on the righte hande of God, and is gone in to heaue, angels, power and mighte subdued vnto him.
1 The LORDE also vysited Sara, acordinge as he had promysed: & dealt with her, euen as he had sayde. 2 And Sara was with childe, and bare Abraham a sonne in his olde age, euen in the tyme appoynted, like as God had spoken vnto him afore. 3 And Abraham called his sonne which was borne vnto him (who Sara bare him) Isaac, 4 and circumcided him the eight daye, like as God commaunded him. 5 An hundreth yeare olde was Abraha, whan his sonne Isaac was borne vnto him. 6 And Sara sayde: God hath prepared a ioye for me, for who so euer heareth of it, wyll reioyse with me. 7 She sayde morouer: Who wolde haue saide vnto Abraham, that Sara shulde geue children sucke, and beare him a sonne in his olde age? 8 And the childe grew, and was weened. And Abraham made a greate feast, in ye daye whan Isaac was weened. 9 And Sara sawe the sonne of Agar the Egipcian (whom she had borne vnto Abraham) that he was a mocker, 10 and sayde vnto Abraham: Cast out this bonde mayden and hir sonne, for this bonde maydes sonne shall not be heyre wt my sonne Isaac. 11 This worde displeased Abraham sore, because of his sonne. 12 Neuertheles God sayde vnto him: let it not displease the because of the childe and the hand mayde: What so euer Sara hath sayde vnto the, folowe it, for in Isaac shall the sede be called vnto the. 13 As for the honde maydens sonne, I wyll make a people of him also, because he is of thy sede. 14 Then Abraham rose vp early in the mornynge, and toke bred and a botell with water, and put it vpon Agars shulders, and gaue her the childe, and sent her awaye. Then departed she, and wandred out of the waye in ye wyldernes beside Berseba. 15 Now whan the water in the botell was out, she layed the childe vnder a bush, 16 and wente, and sat hir downe ouer on ye other syde, a bowe shote of. For she sayde: I can not se the childe dye. And she sat hir downe ouer on ye other syde, and lifte vp hir voyce, and wepte. 17 Then God herde the voyce of the childe, and the angell of God called vnto Agar out of heauen, and sayde vnto her: What ayleth the, Agar? Feare not, for God hath herde ye voyce of the childe, where he lyeth. 18 Aryse and take the childe, and holde him by the hande, for I wyll make a greate people of him. 19 And God opened hir eyes, that she sawe a well of water.Then wente she and fylled ye botell with water, and gaue ye childe drynke. 20 And God was with the childe, which grew vp, and dwelt in ye wildernes, and became a connynge archer, 21 and dwelt in ye wildernes of Pharan, and his mother toke him a wyfe out of the londe of Egipte. 22 At the same tyme talked Abimelech and Phicol his chefe captayne with Abraham, and sayde: God is with the in all that thou doest. 23 Therfore sweare now vnto me by God, that thou wilt not hurt me, ner my children, ner my childers children: but that thou shalt shewe vnto me (and to the londe wherin thou art a straunger) the same kyndnesse that I haue done vnto the. 24 Then sayde Abraham: I wyll sweare. 25 And Abraham rebuked Abimelech for the well of water, which Abimelechs seruauntes had taken awaye by violence. 26 Then answered Abimelech: I knewe not who dyd it, nether dyddest thou tell me, and I haue not herde of it but this daye. 27 The toke Abraham shepe and oxen, and gaue them vnto Abimelech, and they both made a bonde together. 28 And Abraham set seuen lambes by them selues. 29 Then sayde Abimelech vnto Abraha: What meane those seuen lambes, which thou hast set by them selues? 30 He answered: seue lambes shalt thou take of my hande, that they maye be wytnes vnto me, that I haue dygged this well. 31 Therfore is the place called Berseba, because they sware there both together. 32 And so they made the bonde at Berseba.Then rose Abimelech and Phicol his chefe captayne, and departed agayne in to the londe of ye Philistynes. 33 And Abraham planted trees at Berseba, and called vpon the name of the LORDE ye euerlastinge God, 34 and was a straunger in ye londe of the Philistynes a longe season.
6 Euen as Sara obeyed Abraham, and called him lorde: whose doughters ye are, as loge as ye do well, not beynge afrayed for eny trouble.
11 By faith Sara also receaued strength to be with childe, and was delyuered of a childe whan she was past age, because she iudged him to be faithfull which had promysed.