Abram, later renamed Abraham by God, is promised a vast lineage and Canaanite land. With his wife, Sarah, they navigate trials: her barrenness leading to a son, Ishmael, with her handmaid Hagar; the divine destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah; and God’s test asking Abraham to sacrifice their later-born son, Isaac. Abraham’s steadfast faith results in blessings, highlighted by God’s covenants, reinforced through symbols like circumcision. The narrative culminates with Isaac’s marriage to Rebekah, emphasizing themes of faith, divine interaction, and the foundational story of the Hebrew people.
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