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Q. To what country did he come?
xii, 7. Q. Was Abraham prospered in Canaan ? A. He was very rich in cattle, in silver, and in gold. Chap. xiii
, 2. Q. Why did he separate from his nephew Lot? A. Their flocks and herds were so large that
they could not dwell together. Chap. xii,
5, 6. Q. Where did Lot choose to go? A. To the plain of Jordan, near to the city of
Sodom. Chap. xiii, 10, 11. Q. Why did he prefer dwelling here? A. Because the plain was well watered and
fruitful, as the garden of the Lord. Q. What happened to him while residing here? A. He was carried away captive, with the in
habitants of the plain, by five eastern kings
and their armies. Chap. xiv, 12, Q. Who rescued him? A. His uncle, Abraham. Chap. xiv, 13–16. Q. What was the character of the inhabitants of the cities
of the plain? A. They had become awfully wicked, and their
sin was very grievous unto the Lord. Chap.
Q. What did they command Lot and his family to do?
and to escape for their lives. Chap. xix, 17.
looking back upon Sodom, and became a
pillar of salt. Chap. xix, 26.
heaven upon the plain. Chap. xix, 24.
Question. What was the name of Abraham's oldest son ?
against every man, and every man's hand
against him. Chap. xvi, 12.
Q. How old was Abraham at his birth ? 4. One hundred years old. Chap. xxi, 5. Q. How did the Lord try the obedience and faith of Abra
ham ? 4. He commanded him to take his son Isaac, and to offer him as a burnt-offering upon Mount Moriah. Chap. xxi, 2.
Dig Abraham obey?. A. He arose early in the morning, took his son Isaac, and went to the place of which God had told him, Chap. xxi, 3.
. When they reached the place, what question did Isaac ask his father? A. Where is the lamb for a burnt-offering ? 1 Chap. xxii, 7. Q. What did Abraham answer? A. My son, God will provide himself a lamb for
a burnt-offering. Chap. xxii, 8. Q. What did Abraham then do? A. He built an altar, and laid the wood in
order, and bound Isaac his son, and laid him on the altar upon the wood. Chap. xxi, 9.
Q. Did he proceed any further?
took the knife to slay his son. Chap. xxii, 10. Q. Did he slay him? A. He did not; for an angel of the Lord called
unto him out of heaven. Chap. xxii, 11. Q. What did he say? A. Lay not thine hand upon the lad. Chap
xxii, 12. Q. What did he say Abraham had shown A. That he feared God, seeing that he had not
withheld his only son. Q. What did Abraham now behold ? A. A ram caught in a thicket by his horns.
Chap. xxii, 13. Q. What did he do with him ? A. He took him, and offered him for a burnt
offering in the stead of his son. Q. What did he call the name of the place ? A. Jehovah-jireh. Chap. xxii, 14. Q. What is the meaning of this name? Ă. The Lord will provide. Q. What blessing did God pronounce upon Abraham on
account of his obedience ? 1. He promised to multiply his seed as the
stars of the heaven, and that in his seed all the nations of the earth should be blessed.
Chap. xxii, 17, 18. Q. Who was the seed referred to in this blessing? A. Jesus Christ, who was a son of Abraham, according to the flesh. Tow old was Sarah when she died ? One hundred and twenty-seven years old. hap. xxiii, 1.