|Nicknames:||"Abraham", "Abram", "Avraham", "Ibrahim", "Abre", "አብርሃም", "إبراهيم", "אברהם", "Abraham Aveinu"|
|Place of Burial:||Chevron, Ma'aras HaMachpelah|
|Death:||Died in Hebron, Canaan, Palestine|
|Occupation:||Lived 175, Founder of Jewish Religion, rabbi, Shepard, born 2052 B.C, dead 1877 B.C, Roy d'Ugarit|
|Managed by:||Shmuel-Aharon Kam (Kahn) / (שמואל אהרן קם (קאן|
About Abraham / אברהם / إبراهيم .
- Genesis 11:26-32 Birth of Abram.
- Genesis 16:15-16 Birth of son Ishmael.
- Genesis 21:1-5 Birth of son Isaac.
- Genesis 21:1-4 Marriage to Keturah and birth of her 6 sons.
- Wikipedia: Abraham, אברהם (and in Hungarian).
- Rodovid: Amenmose Ibarim (of Uruk Akkadia)
Abraham features in the Book of Genesis as the founding patriarch of the Israelites, Ishmaelites and Edomite peoples. He is widely regarded as the patriarch of Jews, Christians, and Muslims and the founder of monotheism. According to Genesis 17:5, his name was changed by God from Abram (probably meaning "the father is exalted) to Abraham, a name which Genesis explains as meaning "father of many".
Abraham was the tenth generation from Noah and the 20th from Adam. His father was Terah, and his brothers were Nahor and Haran. According to Genesis, Abraham was sent by God from his home in Ur of the Chaldees to Canaan, the land promised to his descendants by G-d. There Abraham entered into a covenant: in exchange for recognition of G-d, Abraham will be blessed with innumerable progeny and the land would belong to his descendants.
Judaism, Christianity and Islam are sometimes referred to as the "Abrahamic religions" because of the progenitor role Abraham plays in their holy books. In the Jewish tradition, he is called Avraham Avinu or "Abraham, our Father". God promised Abraham that through his offspring, all the nations of the world will come to be blessed (Genesis 12:3), interpreted in Christian tradition as a reference particularly to Jesus. Jews, Christians, and Muslims consider him father of the people of Israel through his son Isaac (cf. Exodus 6:3, Exodus 32:13) by his wife Sarah. For Muslims, he is a prophet of Islam and the ancestor of Muhammad through his other son Ishmael - born to him by his second wife, Hagar. (Jews and Christians refer to Hagar as Sarah's servant). Abraham is also a progenitor of the Semitic tribes of the Negev who trace their descent from their common ancestor Sheba (Genesis 10:28). -------------------- born in 1948 after creation --------------------
¡Dios le promete a Abraham que lo convertiría en padre de una gran nación y que lo bendeciría en gran manera! (Gén. 12:1-2). Promesa que Dios le repite unos capítulos después; pero, esta vez, prometiéndole un hijo de Sara y una descendencia tan numerosa como las estrellas del cielo! (Gén. 15:2-5). A los 99 años de edad Abraham hace el pacto de la circuncisión con Dios, y, en turno, Dios le reafirma las promesas ya hechas, le cambia el nombre a Abraham –que significa padre de muchas naciones– y le promete que saldrán muchos reyes de su linaje. (Gén. 17:1-14). . . Abraham tenía 75 años cuando salió de Harán para las tierras de Canaán, llevando consigo a su esposa Sara y a su sobrino Lot. . . . Abraham vivió 175 años en total y murió de muerte natural, cuando ya era muy anciano; fue sepultado por sus hijos, Isaac e Ismael, en la cueva de Macpela, que él mismo había comprado a Efrón, el hijo de Zohar, el hitita y en donde, años antes, había enterrado a su esposa Sara. (Gén. 25:7-10). . . . La fecha aproximada para el nacimiento de Abraham es 2004 a. de J.C., y para la de su muerte, 175 años después! (c. 2004-1829).
AUGUSTO JAVIER PATIÑO -------------------- Patriarken af Det Gamle Testamente, aka Abram ben Tera,
Far til ophøjelse«, alias Abraham ibn AZAR, 2. Ulul Azmi af islam, 5:e profet Seal; poss. aka Ibiranu III (konge) i Ugarit, poss. 1:a astronom
Ekstern side: Steve Franklin gætter på, at Abraham og hans forfædre var konger af Ugarit.
Poss. Jullus i Roms 11-oldefar.
HM George I s 99-oldefar.
HRE Ferdinand I s 95-oldefar.
`Osawatomie 'Browns 105-oldefar.
poss. Wives / Partnere: Sarai (Sarah) (Princess) bint Haran , Keturah (Qatura Cetura), konkubine , Hagar `den egyptiske« , Sarai (Sarah) bas Tera Børn: Isaac ibn ABRAHAM , Midjan (Madian) ibn ABRAHAM , Ismael (ISMA »il) ibn ABRAHAM , Ishbak (Jesboc) , Zimran (Zamram) ibn IBRAHIM , Jokshan (Jecsan: Yoqshan: far til Sheba & Dedan) , Medan (Madan) , Shuah (Sue: Shuach)
Hans (evt.) Børnebørn: Jacob ibn Isak (King of GOSHEN) , Esau (eponym) af edomitterne , Epher (EFER) ibn Midjan , Henoch , Abidah , Dora Sharoob , Nebajoth ibn Ismael , Basemat , Kedar af semitter , Hadad (Chadad) , Mahalat , Ila-Sudyumna, selv , Ishraku , Molich ibn Zimran
Abraham See also Abrahamic Covenant.
A son of Terah, born in Ur of the Chaldees (Gen. 11:26, 31; 17:5). A prophet of the Lord with whom the Lord made eternal covenants, through which all the nations of the earth are blessed. Abraham was originally named Abram.
Migrated to Haran, where Terah died, Gen. 11:31–32 (Abr. 2:1–5). Was called by God to journey to Canaan and to receive a divine covenant, Gen. 12:1–8 (Abr. 2:4, 15–17). Journeyed to Egypt, Gen. 12:9–20 (Abr. 2:21–25). Settled in Hebron, Gen. 13:18 Rescued Lot, Gen. 14:1–16 Met with Melchizedek, Gen. 14:18–20 Hagar bore his son Ishmael, Gen. 16:15–16 His name was changed to Abraham, Gen. 17:5 The Lord told Abraham and Sarah that they would have a son, Gen. 17:15–22, Gen. 18:1–14 Sarah bore his son Isaac, Gen. 21:2–3 Was commanded to sacrifice Isaac, Gen. 22:1–18 Sarah died and was buried, Gen. 23:1–2, 19 Abraham died and was buried, Gen. 25:8–10 Abraham’s willingness to offer Isaac was a similitude of God and his Only Begotten Son, Jacob 4:5 Paid tithes to Melchizedek, Alma 13:15 Foresaw and testified of Christ’s coming, Hel. 8:16–17 Received the priesthood from Melchizedek, D&C 84:14 The faithful become the seed of Abraham, D&C 84:33–34 (Gal. 3:27–29). Received all things by revelation, D&C 132:29 Has received his exaltation, D&C 132:29 Sought for the blessings of the fathers and for appointment unto the priesthood, Abr. 1:1–4 Was persecuted by false priests of Chaldea, Abr. 1:5–15 Was saved by the Lord, Abr. 1:16–20 Learned about the sun, moon, and stars, Abr. 3:1–14 Learned about pre-earth life and the Creation, Abr. 3:22–28
The book of Abraham
Ancient records written by Abraham that came into the possession of the Church in 1835. The records and some mummies were discovered in Egyptian catacombs by Antonio Lebolo, who willed them to Michael Chandler. Chandler exhibited them in the United States in 1835. Some friends of Joseph Smith bought them from Chandler and gave them to the Prophet, who translated them. Some of these records are now found in the Pearl of Great Price.
Chapter 1 records Abraham’s experiences in Ur of the Chaldees, where wicked priests tried to sacrifice him. Chapter 2 tells of his journey to Canaan. The Lord appeared to him and made covenants with him. Chapter 3 records that Abraham saw the universe and perceived the relationships between heavenly bodies. Chapters 4–5 are another account of the Creation. The seed of Abraham
People who, by obedience to the laws and ordinances of the gospel of Jesus Christ, receive the promises and covenants made by God to Abraham. Men and women may receive these blessings if they are literally of Abraham’s lineage or if they are adopted into his family by embracing the gospel and being baptized (Gal. 3:26–29; 4:1–7; D&C 84:33–34; 103:17; 132:30–32; Abr. 2:9–11). Literal descendants of Abraham may lose their blessings by disobedience (Rom. 4:13; 9:6–8).
Abraham received the gospel and was ordained to the higher priesthood (D&C 84:14; Abr. 2:11), and he entered into celestial marriage, which is the covenant of exaltation (D&C 131:1–4; 132:19, 29). Abraham received a promise that all of the blessings of these covenants would be offered to his mortal posterity (D&C 132:29–31; Abr. 2:6–11). Together, these covenants and promises are called the Abrahamic covenant. The restoration of this covenant was the restoration of the gospel in the last days, for through it all the nations of the earth are blessed (Gal. 3:8–9, 29; D&C 110:12; 124:58; Abr. 2:10–11).
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