Abraham believed in the Lord. He lived in a city called UR in southern Babylonia. The city of UR was not only very famous for its wealth and culture, but it was also a place of much idolatry.
When Abraham was seventy-five years old, the Lord called him and said to him, "Abram! Get out of your country and away from your relation and your father's household! I will make of you a great nation. Also, I will bless you and make your name great. You will be a blessing to all the families of the earth. Furthermore, I will bless those nations that bless you, and I will curse those nations who persecute your people."
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About the Author
In a desperate need to find answers to life, I began to read the New Testament scriptures. After a week long struggle trying to understand it, God the Holy Spirit convicted me of the reality that Jesus Christ died on the cross as my substitute, and I believed in Him. Since that moment in time, God's Word has become uppermost in my thoughts.
In the spring of 1998, the Lord motivated me to write some Bible tracts for young people, and our friend Wesley Miller put them on the Internet. Many of those tracts present the Gospel message of salvation which is FAITH ALONE IN CHRIST ALONE so that young people can exercise their own free will to believe in Jesus Christ and have eternal life. A series of 33 Bible studies followed in order to help young believers in their spiritual growth.