Abraham is referred to as the Father of Faith and the forefather of the Hebrew nation. His obedience set a pattern of faith for both Jews and Gentiles throughout all ages. “Abraham was called to a life of dependence on God; a reunification of family ties, social, and among his own people, he was called to a life of pilgrimage among the lawless position, and worldly endearments.” [1] Rather than living comfortable among his own people, he chose to believe the promise of God to make of him a mighty nation. He wandered in unknown territories and suffered intense trails that tested his faith.

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[1] E.W. Bullinger. Great Cloud of Witnesses in Hebrews Eleven. (Grand Rapids, MI: Kregal, 1979), 128.

 

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