The Messiah revealed to Abraham
May I ask you a question? Is Avraham your forefather? If so, then this booklet could be of interest to you. Maybe you know a little or nothing about Avraham, but this need not be a hindrance. Even if you don’t believe in G’d, you will be fascinated by this forefather of yours. In my opinion, you may even learn a few things from him.
Young people are always curious to know their future: What profession will I choose? Who will become my wife, my husband? Which task will I get in the IDF? What will I do after my study? Will I explore the world before looking for a job? Or if you want to dig into things: what is the sense, the purpose of my life? For whom will I live – just for myself – or will I devote myself to my neighbor? The Tanakh, G’d’s Word, gives great answers and advice to these questions.
Avraham believed in the coming of the Messiah.
A challenge for young people: following in the footsteps of Avraham and Yitzchak.
- Avraham was the forefather of the Jewish nation.
- He was also God’s prophet.
- The Bible says that Avraham walked with God.
- He is also called God’s friend.
- So Avraham had a special relationship with God, the
Creator of heaven and earth.
The special thing about this is that when God started executing His plan to bless the entire world through the Messiah, He gave Avraham almost full insight into the course of His plan of salvation.
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A Challenge for Young People: Following in the Footsteps of Avraham and Yitzchak.