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Tobit 2:3
Tobias left to find some poor person among our relatives. When he returned, he said, “Father?” I answered, “I’m here, my son.” He exclaimed, “Father, one of our people has been murdered and tossed into the marketplace; his strangled body is just lying there.”
And when he had gone, returning he told him, that one of the children of Israel lay slain in the street. And he forthwith leaped up from his place at the table, and left his dinner, and came fasting to the body:
So Tobias went out to look for such a person. But he quickly returned, shouting, Father! Father! Yes, what is it? I asked. One of our people has just been murdered! Someone strangled him and threw his body into the marketplace.
Tobiah went out to look for some poor person among our kindred, but he came back and cried, “Father!” I said to him, “Here I am, son.” He answered, “Father, one of our people has been murdered! He has been thrown out into the market place, and there he lies strangled.”
So Tobias went to look for some poor person of our people. When he had returned he said, “Father!” And I replied, “Here I am, my child.” Then he went on to say, “Look, father, one of our own people has been murdered and thrown into the market place, and now he lies there strangled.”
So Tobias went to look for some poor person of our people. When he had returned he said, ‘Father!’ And I replied, ‘Here I am, my child.’ Then he went on to say, ‘Look, father, one of our own people has been murdered and thrown into the market-place, and now he lies there strangled.’
So Tobias went to look for some poor person of our people. When he had returned he said, ‘Father!’ And I replied, ‘Here I am, my child.’ Then he went on to say, ‘Look, father, one of our own people has been murdered and thrown into the market-place, and now he lies there strangled.’
So Tobias went to look for some poor person of our people. When he had returned he said, “Father!” And I replied, “Here I am, my child.” Then he went on to say, “Look, father, one of our own people has been murdered and thrown into the market place, and now he lies there strangled.”
But he came back and said, “Father, one of our people has been strangled and thrown into the market place.”
But he came back and said, “Father, one of our people has been strangled and thrown into the market place.”
And when he, young Tobias, was gone forth, (later) he (re)turned again, and told to his father, that one of the sons of Israel lay strangled in the street; and anon (or at once) Tobit rose up from his sitting place [or and anon starting out (or starting up) from his meat-seat], and left the meat (or the meal), and came fasting to the body;
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