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62 Now[a] Isaac came from[b] Beer Lahai Roi,[c] for[d] he was living in the Negev.[e]

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  1. Genesis 24:62 tn The disjunctive clause switches the audience’s attention to Isaac and signals a new episode in the story.
  2. Genesis 24:62 tn Heb “from the way of.”
  3. Genesis 24:62 sn The Hebrew name Beer Lahai Roi (בְּאֵר לַחַי רֹאִי, beʾer lakhay roʾi) means “The well of the Living One who sees me.” See Gen 16:14.
  4. Genesis 24:62 tn This disjunctive clause is explanatory.
  5. Genesis 24:62 tn Or “the South [country].”sn Negev is the name for the southern desert region in the land of Canaan.

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