Abram was born in 2166 B.C. in the city of his natively Ur of Babylonia (in modern-day Iraq) with his father Terah, and his wife Sari among others. It was the year 2166 B.C. when Abram, was 75 years old that the Lord commanded him to leave his father house, and kindred and go into the Land that He would show him, and it would be there that He would bless him and make him a great nation, also giving him total victory over his enemies, so without doubting he took his wife, his nephew Lot, and the Souls that was with him and migrated Northwest up to the fertile land of Canaan. (Genesis 12:1-3 KJV)
Anderson (1986) stated that at the very least, this events happened within the time period of the Middle Bronze Age during the life and times of Palestine in early second millennium B.C.E. [Before the Common Era]. Between the 20th to the 16th century in 2050-1550 B.C which Archaeologists designate that some of the most important features of the nation of Israel events took place. (Anderson, B. (1986). Understanding the Old Testament (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. (p. 28)
Contrary to the dominant religious model of his day, Abram believed that there was only one God, for him, and out of his commitment to the Lord Co...
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...in the region of Canaan, and instead of him exacting revenge against them for their treachery, Joseph forgave them by stating; “God sent me before you preserve for you a remnant on the earth” and there Jacob and his family moved to Egypt where they survive the famine. (Genesis 39-50)
The historical actions of Abraham indeed made such a personal impact on history not just by the way he prayed, and fought the good fight of faith where God courted him righteous. But it revealed God’s plan that all the nations of the earth would be blessed though Abraham obedient.
All scriptures came from the: Kings James Version Study Bible written by Edward Hindson, Published by Zondervan copyright 2002. www.zondervan.com
Anderson, B. (1986). Understanding the Old Testament (4th ed.). Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
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