Abraham: Journey Of Faith Pamphlet Paperback
Journey of Faith
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Abraham: Journey Of Faith Pamphlet
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Understanding the relationship between Abraham and God is key to understanding the Old and New Testament--and this pamphlet makes it easier than ever before. Enjoy having these features at your fingertips:
- Easy-to-follow timeline covering 20 key events from Abraham's life
- Family Tree of Abraham (Starts with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob)
- Quick-Reference Charts on key topics, including the 2 major types of covenants
- Full-Color map showing Abraham's journey from Haran
- Relevant insights, reflection questions, and more!
What happened from the time Abraham was called to leave Haran to the time he was willing to sacrifice his son? How did God use Abraham to point to the coming of Christ? Why does God refer to himself as the "God of Abraham?" The answers to these questions and many others are found in The Life of Abraham pamphlet. Discover the significance of God calling Abraham "his friend" and deepen your understanding of what it means to serve a Covenant God. Covers key relationships, including Abraham and Sarah, Abraham and Hagar, and even Abraham and Isaac.
Perfect for personal use, small groups, Adult Sunday School, pastors, church leaders, Bible studies, and homeschool curriculum.
Abraham: Journey Of Faith Pamphlet by Rose Publishing was published by Rose Publishing in June 2015 and is our 11614th best seller. The ISBN for Abraham: Journey Of Faith Pamphlet is 9781628622638.
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|Author / Artist||Rose Publishing|
|Publisher||Rose Publishing (June 2015)|
|Page last updated||19th March 2018|