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Hebrews 11:19
accounting that God was able to raise him up even from the dead, from whence he also received him, in a figurative sense.
accounting that God is able to raise up, even from the dead; from whence he did also in a figure receive him back.
For he considered [it reasonable to believe] that God was able to raise Isaac even from among the dead. [Indeed, in the sense that he was prepared to sacrifice Isaac in obedience to God] Abraham did receive him back [from the dead] figuratively speaking.
For he reasoned that God was able to raise [him] up even from among the dead. Indeed in the sense that Isaac was figuratively dead [potentially sacrificed], he did [actually] receive him back from the dead.
Accounting that God was able to raise him up, even from the dead; from whence also he received him in a figure.
He figured that God could even raise him from the dead. So in a way he did receive him back from the dead.
For he had concluded that God could even raise people from the dead! And, figuratively speaking, he did so receive him.
because he was sure that God could raise people to life. This was just like getting Isaac back from death.
counting that God [was] able to raise [him] even from among [the] dead, whence also he received him in a figure.
having considered that God was able to raise him even from the dead, from-which he also received him back in a symbol.
Accounting that God is able to raise up even from the dead. Whereupon also he received him for a parable.
He believed that God could raise people from death. And really, when God stopped Abraham from killing Isaac, it was as if he got him back from death.
He considered that God was able even to raise him from the dead, from which, figuratively speaking, he did receive him back.
He considered that God was able even to raise him from the dead, from which, figuratively speaking, he did receive him back.
Abraham ·believed [considered; reasoned] that God ·could [had the power to] raise the dead, and ·really [in one sense; in a manner of speaking; figuratively speaking], it was as if Abraham ·got [received] Isaac back from death.
For he considered that God was able to raise him up even from the dead: from whence he received him also after a sort.
Abraham believed that God could bring Isaac back from the dead. Abraham did receive Isaac back from the dead in a figurative sense.
Abraham reckoned that God was able to raise Isaac from death—and, so to speak, Abraham did receive Isaac back from death.
He considered God to be able even to raise someone from the dead, and as an illustration, he received him back.
Abraham believed that God could raise the dead. And really, it was as if Abraham got Isaac back from death.
Abraham was certain that God could raise the dead, and figuratively speaking, he did get Isaac back in this way.
It was by faith that Abraham, when put to the test, made a sacrifice of Isaac. Yes, the man who had heard God’s promises was prepared to offer up his only son of whom it had been said ‘In Isaac your seed shall be called’. He believed that God could raise his son up, even if he were dead. And he did, in a manner of speaking, receive him back from death.
accounting that God was able to raise him up, even from the dead; from whence he also received him in a figure.
Accounting that God was able to raise him up, even from the dead; from whence also he received him in a figure.
accounting that God was able to raise him up, even from the dead; from whence also he received him in a figure.
having reasoned that God was able even to raise him from the dead, from which he received him back also as a symbol.
He believed that if Isaac died God would bring him back to life again; and that is just about what happened, for as far as Abraham was concerned, Isaac was doomed to death, but he came back again alive!
By faith, Abraham, at the time of testing, offered Isaac back to God. Acting in faith, he was as ready to return the promised son, his only son, as he had been to receive him—and this after he had already been told, “Your descendants shall come from Isaac.” Abraham figured that if God wanted to, he could raise the dead. In a sense, that’s what happened when he received Isaac back, alive from off the altar.
He reasoned that God was able to raise him up, even from the dead, from which he indeed received him in a figurative sense.
He considered that God was able to raise him up even from the dead, · and, in a sense, he did receive him back from there.
Abraham believed that God could bring Isaac back from the dead. Abraham did receive Isaac back from the dead in a figurative sense.
He reasoned that God was able to raise even from the dead, and he received Isaac back as a symbol.
He considered that God is able to raise people even from the dead, from which he also received him back as a type.
Abraham believed that God could raise the dead, and really, it was as if Abraham got Isaac back from death.
and he reasoned that God could even raise him from the dead, and in a sense he received him back from there.
Abraham did this, because he believed that God could even raise the dead. In a way, he did receive Isaac back from death.
Abraham reasoned that God could even raise the dead, and so in a manner of speaking he did receive Isaac back from death.
Abraham reasoned that God could even raise the dead, and so in a manner of speaking he did receive Isaac back from death.
concluding that God was able to raise him up, even from the dead, from which he also received him in a figurative sense.
Abraham believed God was able to bring Isaac back to life again. And so it may be said that Abraham did receive him back from death.
Abraham reasoned that if Isaac died, God was able to bring him back to life again. And in a sense, Abraham did receive his son back from the dead.
He considered the fact that God is able even to raise someone from the dead—and figuratively speaking, he did receive him back.
He considered the fact that God is able even to raise someone from the dead—and figuratively speaking, he did receive him back.
He considered the fact that God is able even to raise someone from the dead—and figuratively speaking, he did receive him back.
He considered the fact that God is able even to raise someone from the dead—and figuratively speaking, he did receive him back.
Avraham Avinu considered that Hashem was able to bring about the Techiyas HaMesim, from which he also received back Yitzchak as a tipus (type, pattern).
He considered that God was able to raise men even from the dead; hence, figuratively speaking, he did receive him back.
He considered that God was able to raise men even from the dead; hence he did receive him back, and this was a symbol.
He reasoned that God was able to raise him up even from the dead—and in a sense, he did receive him back from there.
and he concluded that God was capable of raising him from the dead, which, figuratively, is indeed what happened.
concluding that God is able to raise up even from the dead. Figuratively speaking, he also did receive him back from the dead.
Abraham said in his heart that God could bring Isaac back to life. And so it was just as if he did get his son back.
For he deemed, that God is mighty to raise him, yea, from death; wherefore he took him also into a parable.
reckoning that even out of the dead God is able to raise up, whence also in a figure he did receive [him].
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