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THE PROMISES OF ABRAHAM, Chapter 6 of Polygamy in the Bible

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THE PROMISES OF ABRAHAM, Chapter 6 of Polygamy in the Bible 

Pages 41 to 53 

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And the Lord said, shall I hide from Abraham that thing which I do; seeing that Abraham shall surely become a great and mighty nation, and all the nations of the earth shall be blessed in him? (Gen. 18:17-18)

 

Abraham was not only a family man, but he was a prophet, a herdsman, an astronomer, and a soldier. He was notable and honorable in all that he did. His adventures as a soldier first came when his brother Lot was taken as a prisoner by Babylonian soldiers. There were many different colonies or settlements in the region around Sodom where Lot dwelt, and they were often at war with each other. It was during one of these skirmishes that Lot fell captive. When Abraham heard of it, he gathered together an army of men (318 of whom were his servants), and went out to recapture his brother. In a midnight surprise attack, Abraham demolished the armies of four famous Babylonian kings. It was in this warfare that he exemplified something of a military genius–which was merely another demonstration that God was with him.

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