Genesis 11:25

“And Nahor lived after he begat Terah an hundred and nineteen years, and begat sons and daughters.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Genesis 11:25

And Nahor liued, after he begate Terah, an hundred & nineteene yeeres, and begate sonnes and daughters.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

and Nahor lived one hundred and nineteen years after he became the father of Terah, and he had {other} sons and daughters.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

and Nahor lived after he begat Terah a hundred and nineteen years, and begat sons and daughters.
- American Standard Version (1901)

And after the birth of Terah, Nahor went on living for a hundred and nineteen years, and had sons and daughters:
- Basic English Bible

And Nahor lived after he had begotten Terah a hundred and nineteen years, and begot sons and daughters.
- Darby Bible

And Nahor lived after he begat Terah a hundred and nineteen years, and begat sons and daughters.
- Webster's Bible

Nahor lived one hundred nineteen years after he became the father of Terah, and became the father of sons and daughters.
- World English Bible

And Nahor liveth after his begetting Terah an hundred and nineteen years, and begetteth sons and daughters.
- Youngs Literal Bible

And Nahor lived after he begot Terah a hundred and nineteen years, and begot sons and daughters.
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Genesis 11:25

Wesley's Notes for Genesis 11:25


11:27 Here begins the story of Abram. We have here, His country: Ur of the Chaldee's - An idolatrous country, where even the children of Eber themselves degenerated. His relations, mentioned for his sake, and because of their interest in he following story. His father was Terah, of whom it is said, #Jos 24:2|, that he served other gods on the other side the flood; so early did idolatry gain footing in the world. Enough it is said, #Ge 11:26|, that when Terah was seventy years old he begat Abram, Nabor and Haran, which seems to tell us that Abram was the eldest son of Terah, and born in the 70th year; yet by comparing #Ge 11:32|, which makes Terah to die in his 205th year, with #Acts 7:4|, where it is said that Abram removed from Haran when his father was dead, and #Ge 12:4|, where it is said that he was but 75 years old when he removed from Haran, it appears that he was born in the 130th year of Terah, and probably was his youngest son. We have, Some account of his brethren Nahor, out of whole family both Isaac and Jacob had their wives. Haran, the father of Lot, of whom it is here said, #Ge 11:28|, that he died before his father Terah. 'Tis likewise said that he died in Ur of the Chaldees, before that happy remove of the family out of that idolatrous country. His wife was Sarai, who, tho' some think was the same with Iscah the daughter of Haran. Abram himself saith, she was the daughter of his father, but not the daughter of his mother, #Ge 20:12|. She was ten years younger than Abram. His departure out of Ur of the Chaldees, with his father Terah, and his nephew Lot, and the rest of his family, in obedience to the call of God. This chapter leaves them in Haran or Charran, a place about the mid - way between Ur and Canaan, where they dwelt 'till Terah's head was laid; probably because the old man was unable, through the infirmities of age, to proceed in his journey.


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