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Carlo remembers when a teenage Sarai met her husband at a church youth group.
The honor of being singled out and the images of another city may have inspired Sarai to embark on her first overseas adventure.
But when Sarai wanted to make Hagar do her work, she ran away and fled into the wilderness.
He then, out of fear, asked Sarai who she was, and who it was that she brought along with her.
We remark again, that Hagar was certainly in the relation of domestic slavery, and not of a hired servant, to Abraham and Sarai.
His remanding her to Sarai shows that the subjection was lawful and right.
Consider the instance of Hagar, the "plural" wife of Abram, and the handmaid of Sarai.
And when Sarai dealt hardly with her, she fled from her face.
The city pleased them much, and they hired quarters in the Sarai.