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Near sacrifice Isaac

Who was God testing? Abraham
What is atonement? Getting back into a good relationship with God.
Where was Abraham told to take his son to? Mount Moriah
What was he supposed to do there? Sacrifice Isaac as a burnt offering.
What did Isaac ask about? Why there was no lamb.
What did his father say? That God would provide the lamb.
What happened as Abraham was about to kill Isaac? An angel told him to stop because God now knew that he had faith.
What did Abraham see and offer as a sacrifice instead? A ram caught on the thorns in a bush.
When the Angel called again, what did he say? That God would bless him and give him as many descendants as there are stars in the sky and he would give him land.
What did the blood of an animal sacrifice represent? Life
Why did God do this to Abraham? To test his obedience and faith.
What might God's voice be explained as today? Human conscience
What does the action of the Angel show? That atonement sacrifices should be genuine.
How does this story relate to contemporary issues?
Conscience - What drives people to become leaders.
Morality - Being a good person.
Rules - Act as guidance of how to behave.
Sacrifice - Abraham was being asked to sacrifice what was most dear to him as proof of his faith in God.
Faith and obedience - By his willingness to make this sacrifice, Abraham was showing supreme faith in, and obedience to, God.
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