Flashcards in Unit 2: Genesis: Abraham, Issac, Jacob and Joseph Deck (30):
Abram is called by YHWH to leave ____ and go to the land of ___.
Abram leaves, taking with him his wife _____ and nephew _____.
Abram tells the Pharaoh that the woman that he is with is not his wife, but his:
The Priest/King of salem who greets Abram with gifts of bread and wine:
The name "Abraham" means:
Father of the blessed
God's everlasting bond with the Chosen People of Israel is called the:
Because Abram's wife was old and barren, she asks this slave girl to have his child:
This slave girl has Abram's first-born son named:
Abraham shows great hospitality to three "visitors" when camped at:
Abraham and Sarah's response to the news that she in her old age will bear a son:
The name "Isaac" is Hebrew for:
The two cities that stir up the wrath of God:
Sodom and Gomorrah
Abraham bargains with God to spare these cities if he can find at least ___ good men:
When the townspeople try to "abduct" Lot's visitors, Lot offers:
his two daughters
As the two cities are destroyed, Lot's wife turns around to watch and is turned into:
a pillar of salt
Abraham reveals to ____ that Sarah is actually his ____.
The sign of the covenant between God and Abraham's descendants:
Abraham's steward will choose a wife for Isaac if she offers water to himself and:
Isaac marries ____ and meets her older brother ____.
Isaac preferred his hunter son ____ and his wife preferred ____.
The name "Jacob" means ____ and the name "Israel" means ____.
Heel, wrestles with God
Esau sells his birthright to Jacob in exchange for ___ because he was hungry.
At Bethel, Jacob has a dream of:
a stairway to heaven
Jacob falls instantly in love ____ but through Laban's trickery must marry ___ first.
Esau's response to meeting his brother Jacob after many years apart:
forgiveness and mercy
This Hivite, the son of King Hamor who rapes Dinah and then want to marry her:
Joseph is sold into slavery to:
In jail, Joseph correctly interprets the dreams of:
a baker and butler
At the end of Jacob's life, he gives his solemn blessing and inheritance to: