The Sons of Abraham is book three of a 4-book series of Bible Studies concentrating on the spiritual trunk of the Jewish family tree. The LORD called Abram, later renamed Abraham, to leave Ur of the Chaldees, his native country, to go wherever God revealed to him. Abram trusted God to show him the way and believed God when He promised to make him a great nation. The LORD blessed Abram, and his seed-of Sarai, later Sarah-namely Isaac, Jacob, Jacob's twelve sons and their sons. Throughout the Old Testament, we read the history of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the sons of promise. They would inherit land the LORD showed Abram/Abraham.
At that time, their land grant was referred to only as 'the land of promise'. Inhabiting that property would take many years. Abraham's descendants would have to fight to take possession of their inheritance, which was the land of distant relatives, the Canaanites. But God was with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and promised to bless those who blessed them and curse those who cursed them.
They had the LORD God Almighty on their side; with them all the way. But the journey proved to be hard-fought and bitter-sweet. Many of the people were destroyed because of their disbelief, or because of their disobedience. However, the story inside these covers will help you discover for yourself just how much our natural and/or spiritual lives have been impacted by our ancestor Abraham.
(Gen 12:1–7; 13:14–18; 15:18–21; 17:1–9; 21:12; 32:24–30; 50:24; Ex 2:23–24; 3:6; Num 14:34; Deu 6:3; Heb 11:9)..