How can we truly live a life of faith? Over 4,000 years ago, God called a man named Abraham to begin a wonderful journey of faith with him. Abraham was a pagan who worshiped idols; however, he left his home, family, and security to follow God. God called Abraham to be a centerpiece in his plan to redeem all people (Gen 12:1–3). All nations would be blessed through him, as he was the father of Israel—God's priests—and an ancestor of Jesus—the one who gave his life to save the world (John 3:16).
Because of Abraham's great faith, he is called the father of all who believe (Gal 3:7). Though each person's faith journey is unique, we all encounter similar trials and tribulations, joys and victories, as Abraham did. And like him, we are called to be lights in a dark world that denies God. As we study Abraham, we learn how to faithfully live our life of faith. We cover topics like following God's call, passing God's test, conquering habitual sins, responding to conflict, experiencing God's power, and much more. Let's study Abraham's life together with the Bible Teacher's Guide:
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—Dr. Young–Gil Kim, Founding President of Handong Global University
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—Dr. Neal Weaver, President of Louisiana Baptist University