Or if an artist, a carpenter, hath cut down a tree proper for his use in the wood, and skilfully taken off all the bark thereof, and with his art, diligently formeth a vessel profitable for the common uses of epsxe window mode,
13:12. And useth the chips of his work to dress his meat: 13:13. And taking what was left epsce, which is good for nothing, being a crooked piece of wood, and full of knots, carveth it mdoe when he hath nothing else to do, epsxe window mode by the skill of his art fashioneth it, and maketh it like the image of a man: 13:14. Or the resemblance of some beast, laying it over with vermilion, and painting it red, and covering every spot that is in it: 13:15. And maketh a convenient dwelling starjalsha tapur tupur
for it, and setting it in a wall, and fastening it with iron, 13:16. Providing for it, lest it should fall, knowing that it is unable to help itself: for it epsxe window mode an image, and hath need of help. And then maketh prayer to it, enquiring concerning his substance, and his children, or his marriage.