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the History of Israel Comprehensive Story Form

This is why this web series was put together; to provide a comprehensive understanding of the history of Israel and the divided kingdom. The children of Israel really began when God separated Abram whose name was changed to Abraham from his family in Mesopotamia (Ur or Sumer of the Chaldeas).

The LORD God chose Abram at age 75 and sent him out of Mesopotamia and told him that he would inherit the land of Canaan. Along the way, Abraham was blessed once again by the current high priest of the LORD and King of Salem, Melchizedek, which in itself is a subject of study altogether. 

~Continuing the History of Israel Narrative Series~

The LORD God then made a covenant with Abraham. This covenant God proclaimed to multiply Abraham in the land of Canaan. In addition, God would greatly bless Abraham’s offspring.

Abraham had a son named Ishmael and later had another son named Isaac (whom the LORD passed the Covenant blessings to). Nevertheless, Ishmael and all of Abraham’s sons also were blessed (not to mention his children who would be known as spiritual children).

His spiritual children are people who believed in Abraham’s God but were not physical children of Abraham. This is a general background, continue to the next post to continue the story!

Selah

(Continue the Story…)

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