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Tobit 6:5
The angel said to him, “Cut open the fish and remove its gallbladder, heart, and liver and keep them with you, and throw away the guts. Its gallbladder, heart, and liver are useful medicines.”
Then the angel said to him: Take out the entrails of the fish, and lay up his heart, and his gall, and his liver for thee: for these are necessary for useful medicines.
Tobias did as the angel had told him. Then he cooked the fish, ate part of it, and salted the rest to take along with him. The two continued on together until they were near Media.
The angel then told him: “Slit the fish open and take out its gall, heart, and liver, and keep them with you; but throw away the other entrails. Its gall, heart, and liver are useful for medicine.”
Then the angel said to him, “Cut open the fish and take out its gall, heart, and liver. Keep them with you, but throw away the intestines. For its gall, heart, and liver are useful as medicine.”
Then the angel said to him, ‘Cut open the fish and take out its gall, heart, and liver. Keep them with you, but throw away the intestines. For its gall, heart, and liver are useful as medicine.’
Then the angel said to him, ‘Cut open the fish and take out its gall, heart, and liver. Keep them with you, but throw away the intestines. For its gall, heart, and liver are useful as medicine.’
Then the angel said to him, “Cut open the fish and take out its gall, heart, and liver. Keep them with you, but throw away the intestines. For its gall, heart, and liver are useful as medicine.”
So the young man did as the angel told him; and they roasted and ate the fish. And they both continued on their way until they came near to Ecbat′ana.
So the young man did as the angel told him; and they roasted and ate the fish. And they both continued on their way until they came near to Ecbat′ana.
Then the angel said to him, Draw out the entrails of this fish, and keep to thee (or keep for thyself) his heart and gall and maw; for these things be needful to (or for) medicines profitably. [Then the angel said to him, Open this fish, and his heart and gall and maw lay up to thee; these things forsooth be profitably necessary to medicines.]
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