This is the Prayer of Jabez in a facsimile of the Gutenberg Bible (1455 AD). In the Gutenberg Bible the Prayer of Jabez is printed under the book titled in Latin: Paralipomenon I .
The Facsimile was published by Brussel & Brussel, New York, 1968.
There are 4 original copies of the Gutenberg Bibles preserved in New York: one is at the New York Public Library (incomplete copy) and the second site is the Morgan Library and Museum in New York (one complete and two incomplete copies).
In common Biblical English editions the reference to the Prayer of Jabez is: I Chronicles 2:9-10. Verse 9 starts as the top line right word fuit. The last word of verse 10 ends at line 10 in the middle with the word est. The photograph below is made from a facsimile owned by me.
The significance of the story is that Jabez attracted - enhanced his real estate holdings (dilataveris terminos) - by prayer only. He did not buy it nor pay for it.
Read more on the Law of Atraction in the Holy Bible in the bookThe Master Attractor. The Law of Attraction in the Holy Bible.