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Identifier: bibleprimeroldte00hult (find matches)
Title: Bible primer, Old Testament, for use in the primary department of Sunday schools
Year: 1919 (1910s)
Authors: Hult, Adolf, 1869-1943 Augustana synod. (from old catalog)
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Publisher: Rock Island, Ill., Augustana book concern
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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animalson it. See, how he and all his family kneel and pray to God!With all his heart Noah thanked the dear God for savinghim, his wife and children, and the many animals God hadtold them to take into the ark, too. It pleased God that Noah prayed to Him. So God blessedNoah and his family. He made them into a great peoplethat filled the earth. He blessed the ground, also, that itshould be fruitful. Was that all God did? No, He made a covenant with Noah. That means, Hepromised to be Noahs God, to help, save, and bless him. DidHe promise more? He said: Never again shall there besuch a flood to destroy the earth. God was anxious that Noah should remember and believethis promise, or covenant. So He said to Noah: I do setthe rainbow in the clouds. And I will look on the rainbowand remember My promise nevermore to send such a flood.When you see the bow, remember the promise. Therefore, children, this promise is called the RainbowCovenant. God always remembers His promise to bless. Gen. 8, 9.
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BIBLE PRIMER 19 7. GODS COVENANT WITH ABRAHAM. yy This is the story of Abraham, the Friend of God: Abraham was first called Abram, but God changed hisname to Abraham. Long after Noah, Abraham lived in Haran. He was richin cattle and money. Sarah was his wife. The people ofHaran prayed to the moon. Even Abrahams father did notknow the true God. You remember God had promised Adam and Eve a Sav-iour of the world ? He was to come from Abrahams people.This was Gods loving plan. Therefore God said: Abra-ham, go out from thy country and people to the land that Iwill show thee. Through thee and thy children shall all thepeople of the earth be blessed. God wanted Abraham awayfrom his ungodly relatives. Abraham believed God, and went with all his family toCanaan. It must have been a wonderful sight to see thisgreat prince, Abraham, ride into the land on a camel! Herein Canaan was to be born, some day, the Saviour of theworld. Abraham and Sarah were old. They had no son. WillGod never keep His p

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