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The Four Patriarchs

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Drake McAninch

on 19 October 2012

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Abraham and Jacob We don't know mother and father or if he has any siblings .His wife names Sarai, also his son Issac. Abraham's family His significance in the is so important. It is important because he would've sacrificed his son for his love for God. Abraham's Significance in the bible His relationshipwith God was very strong. It was strong because he was very close with God in many ways. Abraham's relationship with God According to history there is no issues or troubles with God or the other people. The issues Abraham had with God or the people God gave Abraham so many rewards but the greatest award was allowing Abraham and Sarai to have a son. They named him Issac. The rewards God gave Abraham Abraham can talk to God and God will answer in the sky or he will send an Angel. Other signifigance or issues Jacobs parents were Issac and his mother's name is Rebecka. He had twelve sons and no daughters. His sons names were Reuben, Simemon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Joseph, and Benjamin. According to history they don't know Jacob's wife's name. Jacob's family tree He was very signifigant because Esau (Jacob's brother) came out of his mother first. What I mean is they were twins and Esau was born first so that will give him the throne. But Issac wanted to have Jacob instead of Esau. Esau was mad and wanted to kill Jacob but Jacob left. Jacob's signifigance in the bible Jacob's relationship with God Jacob's relationship with God was very strong. It was strong because he trusted God with all his heart and soul. He had no conflict with God but had conflict with his twin brother, Esau. What happened was Issac, his father gave him the throne so Esau wanted to kill him but Jacob left. The issues Jacob had with God and other people God gave Jacob twelve sons. The rewards God gave Jacob
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