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The Book of the Generations of Isaac

Genesis 25:19 KJV

[19] And these are the generations of Isaac, Abraham’s son: Abraham begat Isaac:


Following Abraham’s firstborn in the flesh to his concubine Hagar, God blessed him with a son by his wife, Sarah. His name is Isaac. We have Ishmael (Yashama’el) and Isaac (Yasacha); two dynamic meanings related to their names. To follow the story of his life, Isaac got married at age forty to a beautiful woman named Rebekah.

Rebekah took a while to become pregnant and when she did, she learned from the Sovereign Lord she would be having twin boys. The prophetic note she was given was that the younger would be stronger than the elder, and also, the elder would serve the younger.

Esau and Jacob

From the records of the generations of Isaac, we get the record of Esau, Isaac’s firstborn, and Jacob, the second. We just about learn more about Esau and Jacob than we do about Isaac and Rebekah. The scriptures give us glimpses of Isaac’s life in the story of the interactions between him and the king of the Philistines, Abimelech.

We are versed with the record of the blessings he passed to Esau and Jacob. After the blessings debacle, Isaac sent Jacob away to seek a wife from the land of Pandanaram or Mesopotamia (Sumer). From there, the generations of Isaac follow the life of Jacob and bits of Esau until the death of Isaac in chapter thirty-five.

Where are the rest of his records?

Perhaps at a library or museum, we have no knowledge of and no permitted rights to even if we did.


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