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For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope. 
Romans 15:4


. . . learning from the men, women and children of Bible times
            The call of Abram                                                                              This is a true story!
 

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     When the grandchildren of Noah  came to be many,

     the world once again was filled with evil.  

     At last God called to Abram.  God told him that if he would GO to a land that God told him about, that God would give that land to Abram and his children and that his children would number more than the stars in the sky.   

     So Abram obeyed by taking his wife, Sarai, and all his cattle and all his servants and WENT.  His brother's son, Lot and all his family went, also. 

     They lived in tents  

     Finally Abram came to a beautiful land and God told him that that land would belong to him someday and his children.  But Abram had no children; and he and Sarai were very old.

     Abram built altars to the Lord and this is the first that we read of anyone 'calling' on the name of the Lord.

 

 



God calls Abram and Sarai to leave their country and go where God leads.

 

Noah lived until father of all nations was 58 and Noah's sonlived until grandson of Abraham was 48!
 Abraham's brother, Nahor, married Milcah, who was Abraham's other brother, Haran's daughter.  Sarai was Abraham's half-sister.

Fill in the blank with the correct answer (you just have to get the first three letters correct) 
Pick from the answers to the right.


these are
the answers

1.
God called     to get up and leave his home and go to a place that God would show him.
2.

Abraham took with him, Sarah, his  
and Lot, his 

3.  God promised Abraham that his children would be more numerous than the  in the sky and the   on the seashore.

4.   Since Abraham had no children, he had that God would keep his promise.

5.  Abraham went wherever God told him to, so he and his family always lived in