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How did Abraham measure up to challenge contesting his obedience? His Elohim, YHWH, was sure of the character of his servant, but others in the divine council wanted to be certain of his measure. Abraham received the call about offering his beloved son Isaac as a whole burnt offering in a land that was three days journey. He heeded the request and went with his beloved son Isaac and two of his servants on the journey to carry out the request that was made of him.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-22-the-measure-of-a-man

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Abraham is having a council meeting with three, or possibly four, persons with one being YHWH Elohim making an appearance in the opening of the chapter. Some time has elapsed since his last encounter with YHWH Elohim, and with Abraham sitting easy, in his tent in the heat of the day, a meeting was in order. Abraham bid the men sit in the shade of the trees while he and Sarah prepared a meal.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-18-part-a-in-the-heat-of-the-day/

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YHWH Elohim, and Abraham His faithful servant, are alone in the field as the men departed. Sarah remained in the tent. YHWH Elohim makes known to his servant what He is about to do to the citizens of the cities in the plain but not before reiterating that Abraham would instruct his seed in the ways of Yah, and that the nations would be blessed through him. When Abraham becomes aware of the intention of YHWH Elohim, he begins to intercede for the possible righteous among the people which included his nephew Lot.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-18-part-b-abrahams-intersession/

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Sodom and Gomorrah, cities in the plain. Moab and Ammon, nations they became. Two cities, two nations that have connections to Israel (Northern and Southern Kingdoms), and the end time transition back to the united kingdom of Israel in the rulership of The Anointed One. As Abraham and Lot are tied at the hip, so too are their dependants. Abraham had much love for his nephew, a man who could have filled the role of his son if he had his way. Abraham represents stability whereas, Lot portrayed uncertainty, indecision and unwise choices. But YHWH Elohim loved them both and showed Lot mercy on account of his uncle Abraham. Lot’s sons, Moab and Ammon, were born out of chaos and poor judgement. But YHWH Elohim considered them because of their father Lot.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-19-part-c-sodom-gomorrah-moab-ammon-and-the-seed-of-abraham/

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Unlike his uncle Abraham, who negotiates with YHWH Elohim for the potential righteous living in the cities, Lot bargained with the messengers for favor to flee to one of the cities that was slated for punishment. He was told to flee to the mountains for safety, but opted to be held up in a city that was close by. The messengers granted Lot permission to make his way to the city and it was spared from punishment.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-19-part-b-escape-from-punishment/

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On the day the two Messengers show up at Sodom, Lot is found sitting at the gate of the city. Lot instinctively offered hospitality to the men and welcoming them under the shelter of his home. Things quickly worsen when the men of the city wished to engage with Lot's guests in an unnatural way. Lot, in trying to protect his guests, offered his virgin daughters instead.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-19-part-a-punishment-on-the-horizon/

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What would have been the last words Ishmael heard from his father Abraham before his departure with his mother? Maybe words that did not make the situation better. Ishmael, a young lad, is in the wilderness crying with his mother Hagar not too far off. An angel/messenger calls out to his mother and gave her instructions regarding her son and for the moment, reassurance about his future.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-21-part-2-a-son-is-exiled-and-an-oath-among-men

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Butcher the fatted calf. Bring out the lambs. Invite the honored guest. Let us celebrate the birth of my son that was promised. The tent of Abraham is filled with celebration as Isaac is weaned. Imagine the sound of mirth as the son being honored is showed to the invited guests.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-21-part-1-a-son-is-born

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How tongue and cheek was Abimelech to Sarah, by referring to Abraham as her "brother" rather than husband after it was confirmed to him about their family relations. This may have been the most uncomfortable situation for a man of his stature to be in, having a direct conversation with the Elohim of Abraham about his wife. Granted, Abimelech was not aware of the relation, but YHWH was merciful enough to allow him to plead his position after it was brought to his attention.

https://teamdbiblestudy.com/sermon/bereshit-genesis-chapter-20-something-about-my-wife

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