Génesis 22

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1 Y aconteció después de estas cosas, que probó Dios a Abraham, y le dijo: Abraham. Y él respondió: Heme aquí.

2 Y dijo: Toma ahora tu hijo, tu único, Isaac, a quien amas, y vete a tierra de Moriah, y ofrécelo allí en holocausto sobre uno de los montes que yo te diré.

3 Y Abraham madrugó muy de mañana, y enalbardó su asno, y tomó consigo dos criados suyos, y a Isaac su hijo; y cortó leña para el holocausto, y se levantó, y fue al lugar que Dios le dijo.

4 Al tercer día alzó Abraham sus ojos, y vio el lugar de lejos.

5 Entonces dijo Abraham a sus criados: Esperaos aquí con el asno, y yo y el muchacho iremos hasta allí, y adoraremos, y volveremos a vosotros.

6 Y tomó Abraham la leña del holocausto, y la puso sobre Isaac su hijo; y él tomó en su mano el fuego y el cuchillo; y fueron ambos juntos.

7 Entonces habló Isaac a Abraham su padre, y dijo: Padre mío. Y él respondió: Heme aquí, mi hijo. Y él dijo: He aquí el fuego y la leña; mas ¿dónde está el cordero para el holocausto?

8 Y respondió Abraham: Dios proveerá para si cordero para el holocausto, hijo mío. E iban juntos.

9 Y cuando llegaron al lugar que Dios le había dicho, edificó allí Abraham un altar, y compuso la leña, y ató a Isaac su hijo, y le puso en el altar sobre la leña.

10 Y extendió Abraham su mano, y tomó el cuchillo, para degollar a su hijo.

11 Entonces el ángel del SEÑOR le dio voces del cielo, y dijo: Abraham, Abraham. Y él respondió: Heme aquí.

12 Y dijo: No extiendas tu mano sobre el muchacho, ni le hagas nada; que ahora conozco que temes a Dios, pues que no me rehusaste tu hijo, tu único;

13 entonces alzó Abraham sus ojos, y miró, y he aquí un carnero a sus espaldas, trabado en una mata por sus cuernos; y fue Abraham, y tomó el carnero, y lo ofreció en holocausto en lugar de su hijo.

14 Y llamó Abraham el nombre de aquel lugar, YHWH-jireh (el SEÑOR verá ). Por tanto se dice hoy, en el monte del SEÑOR será visto.

15 Y llamó el ángel del SEÑOR a Abraham la segunda vez desde el cielo,

16 y dijo: Por mí mismo he jurado, dijo el SEÑOR, que por cuanto has hecho esto, y no me has rehusado tu hijo, tu único;

17 bendiciendo te bendeciré, y multiplicando, multiplicaré tu simiente como las estrellas del cielo, y como la arena que está a la orilla del mar; y tu simiente poseerá las puertas de sus enemigos:

18 En tu simiente serán benditos todos los gentiles de la tierra, por cuanto escuchaste a mi voz.

19 Y se tornó Abraham a sus criados, y se levantaron y se fueron juntos a Beerseba; y habitó Abraham en Beerseba.

20 Y aconteció después de estas cosas, que fue dada nueva a Abraham, diciendo: He aquí que también Milca ha dado a luz hijos a Nacor tu hermano:

21 A Uz su primogénito, y a Buz su hermano, y a Kemuel padre de Aram.

22 Y a Quesed, y a Hazo, y a Pildas, y a Jidlaf, y a Betuel.

23 Y Betuel engendró a Rebeca. Estos ocho dio a luz Milca a Nacor, hermano de Abraham.

24 Y su concubina, que se llamaba Reúma, dio a luz también a Teba, y a Gaham, y a Tahas, y a Maaca.

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 Abraham and Isaac
Worship Talk | Ages 7 - 14

 Abraham’s Sacrifice
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 Sacrifices for the Lord
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 Sacrifices for the Lord
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 The Sacrifice of Isaac
A New Church Bible story explanation for teaching Sunday school. Includes lesson materials for Primary (3-8 years), Junior (9-11 years), Intermediate (12-14 years), Senior (15-17 years) and Adults.
Teaching Support | Ages over 3

 The Sacrifice of Isaac
Lesson outline provides teaching ideas with questions for discussion, projects, and activities.
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 Who Obeyed or Disobeyed the Lord?
Use names from a word bank to identify people in the Word who obeyed or who disobeyed the Lord. Story references are provided to help you.
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