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Lesson 3: Abraham




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1. What fired Abraham’s faith to make his way to an unknown destination?

    a) His sense of adventure.

    b) God’s promise to him.

    c) His need for larger property.

2. What got Abraham into trouble in Egypt?

    a) He lied to Pharaoh about his wife.

    b) He stole some valuables.

3. When Abraham and Lot separated, did Abraham choose the land he wanted for himself?

    a) Yes.

    b) No.

4. Why did Abraham have to mount a rescue operation?

    a) His wife Sarah was stolen from him by Pharaoh.

    b) His nephew Lot had been captured by a warring king.

5. What did Abraham give to Melchizedek the priest of God?

    a) A tithe of what he had been given.

    b) Many sheep for a sacrifice.

6. Who bore Abraham’s first child?

    a) Sarah.

    b) Hagar.

7. The delay that often occurs between God revealing His purposes and actually bringing them to pass is one of the greatest testing times in life.

    a) True.

    b) False.

8. What caused Sarah’s incredulous laughter?

    a) The fact that God had just changed her name.

    b) The news that she would bear a son in her old age.

9. What happened as a result of Abraham’s powerful intercession for Lot?

    a) God sent two angels to Sodom to rescue Lot and his family.

    b) Lot became very wealthy.

10. Abraham’s greatest test of faith came when God commanded him to sacrifice his son Isaac.

    a) True.

    b) False.

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