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Parsha #3 of 54 : Lech Lecha Step Out – Yes, I Mean You ! . Readings from the Torah : Genesis 12:1 – 17:27 Readings from the Prophets : Isaiah 40:27 – 41:16 Readings from the Apostles : Romans 4:1-25. Where We Left Off Last Week. The Great Flood has Come . . . and Gone.
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Step Out – Yes, I MeanYou!
Readings from the Torah:
Genesis 12:1 – 17:27
Readings from the Prophets:
Isaiah 40:27 – 41:16
Readings from the Apostles:
The Great Flood has Come . . . and Gone
In the Aftermath of the Great Flood the 4 surviving human couples
set out to re-establish life on planet earth.
Noach has pronounced blessings over the lineages of Shem and Yafet,
but curses over the lineage of Cham, esp. Cham’s son Kena’an.
Men have established lifestyles independent of God,
so He has divided them into nations, tribes and tongues
each of which seeks only its own interest – hence prejudice and war.
In the 10th generation after the Flood
a descendant of Shem named Terach sired 3 sons:
Nachor, Charan, and Avram.
Terach left Ur of the Chaldees in route to the land of Kena’an.
But Terach only made it half-way.
Charan died, leaving an orphan son named Lot.
Terach settled and established a city he called Charan,
after his deceased son.
Avram has married a beautiful woman named Sarai,
but Sarah is unable to have children.
At the age of 75 years Avram is living in Charan,
in his father Terach’s household, with his wife Sarai,
with his fatherless nephew Lot,
and with his brother Nachor and his growing family,
B’rit– from bara, meaning to create by cutting, cleaving, carving
A multi-generational agreement
of favoredalliance and predictableinteraction
creating a special bond
between a stronger person or nation as suzerein/protector
and a weaker person or nation as vassal/servant
forged in blood,
confirmed by oaths of loyalty,
based upon terms specified by the suzerein,
which are enforceable by corrective discipline,
and evidenced by a covenant sign.
Favor . . .
Privilege. . .
Care, Nurture, Provision, and Protection . . .
Deserving of Love, Loyalty, Honor and Service
Relationship With God Part II:
Let the Transcenders Arise!
II. The Holy One Proves Himself Worthy of Trust
III. The Holy One Cuts Covenant With Avram – Part I
IV. The Yish’mael Experiment
V. The Holy One Cuts Covenant with Avram – Part II
To transcend means to:
1. To go beyond an established limit
[example: to cross over a geographical boundary]
2. To surpass
[example: to pass the other runners on a track]
II. The Chronicles of Yitschak[Isaac]
III. The Chronicles of Ya’akov[Jacob]
IV. The Chronicles of Yosef[Joseph] & His Brothers