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A Wife for Abraham Read Genesis 24:67–25:8. What is the meaning of these final events in the life of Abraham? _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ After Sarah died, Abraham married again. Like Isaac, he is com- forted after t…
 
A Wife for Isaac Genesis 24 tells the story of the marriage of Isaac after Sarah’s death. The two stories are related. Read Genesis 24. Why is Abraham so concerned that his son not marry a woman from the Canaanites? _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ Just as Abraham wanted to …
 
The Death of Sarah In Genesis 22:23, we see the report of the birth of Rebekah, which anticipates the future marriage between Isaac and Rebekah (Genesis 24). Likewise, the report of the death and burial of Abraham’s wife, Sarah (Genesis 23), anticipates his future marriage with Keturah (Gen. 25:1–4). Read Genesis 23. What function does the story of…
 
God Will Provide Read Genesis 22:8, 14, 18. How did God fulfill His promise that He would provide? What was provided? _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ When Isaac asked about the sacrificial animal, Abraham gave an intriguing answer: God will “ ‘provide for Himself the lamb f…
 
Mount Moriah Read Genesis 22:1–12 and Hebrews 11:17. What was the meaning of this test? What spiritual lessons come from this amazing event? _____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ Genesis 22 has become a classic in world literature and has inspired philosophers and artists, not ju…
 
Read for This Week’s Study: Genesis 22, Heb. 11:17, Lev. 18:21, John 1:1–3, Rom. 5:6–8, Genesis 23–25, Rom. 4:1–12. Memory Text: “Now Abraham was old, well advanced in age; and the L ord had blessed Abraham in all things” (Genesis 24:1, NKJV). F inally, as God had promised, Sarah bore Abraham a son, “in his old age” (Gen. 21:2), and he named the ba…
 
Further Thought: Read Ellen G. White, “The Law and the Covenants,” pp. 370–373, in Patriarchs and Prophets. Abraham’s patient and tenacious plea with God on behalf of the people of Sodom (Gen. 18:22–33) should encourage us to pray for the wicked, even though they appear to be in a hopeless condition of sin. Furthermore, God’s attentive response to …
 
Lot in Sodom Read Genesis 18:16–19:29. How does Abraham’s prophetic ministry affect his responsibility toward Lot? God’s promise of a son to Abraham has just been reconfirmed. Yet, instead of enjoying the good news, he engages God in a passionate dis- cussion about the fate of Lot in Sodom. Abraham not only is a prophet to whom God reveals His will…
 
The Son of Promise The last scene of circumcision involved everyone: not only Ishmael— but also all the males of Abraham’s household were circumcised (Gen. 17:23–27). The word kol, “all,” “every,” is repeated four times (Gen. 17:23, 27). It is against this inclusive background that God appears to Abraham to confirm the promise of a son, “Isaac.” Re…
 
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