1 Now, among the believers were Lot, the son of Haran, and Haran’s daughters, Milkah and Sarai.

2 Milkah was fair, but Sarai was beautiful above all women.

3 Her face was as that of a messenger filled with light, her cheeks as two roses in full bloom, her hair as spun gold which men treasure above all, her eyes as pools of blue reflecting the glory of Elohim’s sky, her nose delicate and lovely, and her countenance truly was fair as the sun.

4 Her breasts like two mountains rising above the plain of Shin’ar were fair to behold, and her complexion truly like the clouds in purity.

5 Her arms were comely, her hands perfect and delightful to behold, always in the service of those in need and quick to hasten to the service of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 her Elohim.

6 Her palms were lovely, unmarred by her constant labor, her fingers long and slender.

7 Her feet were comely and always set in the path of truth.

8 Her thighs were well-rounded and soft, yet never failing to sustain her in her labor of love in behalf of the servants of Elohim.

9 Truly no maiden was fairer than Sarai, the daughter of Haran, for her beauty was greater than all other women and she excelled them all.

10 But with her beauty was great wisdom and perfect faith in 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 and constant service in behalf of the saints, for her hands never cease from beraḵah the people of Elohim.

11 Wherefore, my brother Naḥor took Milkah, the daughter of Haran, to wife, but I Aḇram, took Sarai at the direction of 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 and I found great joy in her.