Bible Stories for Adults
God Calls Abram
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Next Week - God Makes a Covenant with Abraham (Genesis 13-21)
Bible Words to Remember:
Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in Him. Jeremiah 17:7
Sin, Judgment, Grace
God's Divine Intention for His creation was:
This included Harmony with:
This Harmony was contingent upon:
Man's Revolt of Sin introduced:
This included Disharmony with:
Chapters 3-11 of Genesis show the cycle of Sin, Judgment, Grace:
Abram's Family Tree (Genesis 11:27-30)
Genesis 1-11 - Condensed history of human race
Genesis 12-50 - One man and his family
Who were the members of Abram's family?
How was Abram related to Sarai other than marriage?
Terah Moves to Haran (Genesis 11:31-32)
The Call (Genesis 12:1-3)
What was God's command to Abram?
How was Abram different than the people of Babel?
Why did God ask Abram to go?
What else did God promise Abram?
How were all nations blessed through Abram?
Matthew 1:1, 17
Was Abram selected because he was righteous or devout?
Abram's Response (Genesis 12:4)
What was Abram's response to God's call?
What questions, explanations and details did Abram ask of God?
What new promise did God give after Abram obeyed His first command?
Why was offspring a significant part of God's promise?
How did Abram show his faithfulness to God?
Abram's Travels (Genesis 12:6-10)
Where did Abram go from Haran?
Where did Abram go from Shechem?
Where did Abram go from Bethel?
Where did Abram go next, and why?
God's Chosen Ones in Egypt (Matthew 2:13-15)
Who else did God send to Egypt?
Why did God send each of these chosen ones to Egypt?
Abram in Egypt (Genesis 12:11-20)
What character qualities did Abram display in Egypt?
What was an important component of God's plan through Abram?
How did Abram's lack of faith threaten God's plan?
How did God take Abram's mistake and turn it for His good?
How did God handle this threat to His plan?
Could Abram's sins nullify God's promise?
Why is this important?
Copyright © 1997 by Kurt Rosenhagen
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