04-Genesis 12-17 Worksheet Answers

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G.I.B.S. Duluth Bible Church Biblical Synthesis (OT) Genesis 12-17 1. Read Genesis 12 and answer the following questions. a. There are two commands (imperatives) given to Abram in 12:1-3. What are they? ( BKC p. 47) Get Out – (leave your country, go to the land) Be a blessing b. What are the three promises based on the first imperative? (12:2) A great nation A blessing for Abram A great name c. What are the three promises based on the second imperative? (12:3) Bless those who bless him Curse those who would treat him lightly Bless the families of the earth through him d. Describe how Abram responded to these two imperatives in 12:4-9. ( BKC p. 47) Abram obeyed God. He left his home land and then built altars in the land of Canaan to call upon the name of the Lord. e. Briefly describe seven ways in which the sojourn of Abram in Egypt (12:10-20) resembles Israel’s national bondage in Egypt (47:13, 27, Exodus, Numbers). The famine in the land The descent to Egypt to sojourn The attempt to kill the males but save the females The plagues on Egypt The spoiling of Egypt
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