Only Zoar with three therein (Lot and his daughters) are saved.
He made good speed, and reached Zoar when "the sun was risen."
Mercy had almost conducted her to Zoar--Guilt transported her to the abyss of wo!
Kalisch says that "about the situation of Zoar there remains little doubt."
He accordingly went eastward across the plain and reached Zoar, just as the sun was rising.
Upon this land they raised a small chapel, and dedicated it to Zoar.
Pleasing as is the first impression of Zoar, the conviction soon grows upon one that the site has its serious disadvantages.
I had a good dinner by the time the boys got back from Zoar—a excellent one.
The sun was risen upon the earth when Lot entered into Zoar.
As at Hopedale and Zoar, this runs off a trough about a hundred yards from the house.
small, a town on the east or south-east of the Dead Sea, to which Lot and his daughters fled from Sodom (Gen. 19:22, 23). It was originally called Bela (14:2, 8). It is referred to by the prophets Isaiah (15:5) and Jeremiah (48:34). Its ruins are still seen at the opening of the ravine of Kerak, the Kir-Moab referred to in 2 Kings 3, the modern Tell esh-Shaghur.