1 When the dream was ended, I awoke from my sleep and wondered at it.

2 Wherefore, I went before 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 in prayer and besought Him saying, O 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄, show me the interpretation of this dream which I have had this night.

3 And 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 said unto me, Behold, Sarai thy wife is a beautiful woman to look upon above all the women of the earth.

4 Therefore, it shall come to pass that when the Mitsrites shall see her, they will say, She is his wife, and they will seek to slay thee for the sake of obtaining thy wife.

5 Let Sarai thy wife, therefore, say unto them, He is my kinsman, and thy soul shall live.

6 For thou art the cedar, O Aḇram, and Sarai is the palm tree and this is the interpretation of the dream; for through the act of thy wife, thou shall be saved and the way will be opened for thee to preach the mysteries of reverence in the court of Pharaoh, sovereign of Mitsrayim, for these Mitsrites are thy kindred of the seed of Ĕḇer, and it is My Will that the truths of the everlasting Besorah should be brought to them.