1 ! Abraham dwelleth as a stranger in the land of Gerar.
2 b Abraham had now twise fallen into this faute: suche is mans frailtie.
3 c So greatly God detesteth the breache of mariage.
4 d The infideles confessed that God wold not punish but for just occasion: therfore whensoeuer he punisheth, the occasion is just.
5 e As one failing by ignorance, and not doing euil of purpose.
6 g God by his holie Spirit reteineth them that offend by ignorance, that thei fall not into greater inconuenience.
7 i For the prayer of the godlie is of force towards God.
9 k The wickednes of the King bringeth Gods wrath vpon the whole realme.
11 ! Sarah is restored with great giftes.
12 m By sister, he meaneth his cosin germain, and by daughter, Abrahams nece: for the Ebrews vse these wordes.
16 o God caused this heathen King to reproue her, because she dissembled, since God had giuen her a husband, as her vaile and defense.