Abraham is known as the Father of the Jews. He created a covenant with the Lord, displayed in these verses, " As for me, this is my covenant with you: You will be the father of many nations" . . . " Then God said to Abraham, ' As for you, you must keep my covenant, you and your descendants after you for generations to come. ' " Genesis 17: 4, Genesis 17: 9. These two verses answer the question: What is Abraham asked to do and what will God to in return? God will make Abraham the father of many nations if he and his descendants keep the covenant between God and him. After this covenant, he migrated to Canaan to start the Jewish Population. He ( 100 years old ) and his wife Sarah ( 90 years old ) gave birth to their son Isaac and Abraham's nation would continue to grow for nations to come.
Moses Obtained 10 Commandments
Moses was a Jewish man who was retrieved from the Nile River by the Pharoah's daughter as an infant. He was raised as an Egyptian, but eventually fled Egypt out of fear to avoid the death penalty for killing a man to stop a beating. Later, he was told by God to go back to Egypt to free the Israelites. At the end of the 10th plague, the Pharaoh finally let the slaves free. Through Moses, God split the Red Sea and saved the Israelites. After the exodus, Exodus 13:3 states, " Then Moses said to the people, ' Commemorte this day, the day you cme out of Egypt, out of the land of slavery, because the Lord brought you out with a mighty hand. ' " Moses is telling the Israelites to celebrate Passover because through Moses, God lead them out of slavery in Egypt. During the 40 years of wandering, Moses also went up on Mount Sinai and retrieved the 10 commandments.
David Slays Goliath As A Boy
David Was the second king of Israel. He was put into power because of his defeat of Goliath as a boy after King Saul fell in battle. " David Was 30 years old when he became king, and he reigned for 40 years. " 2 Samuel 5:4. This verse is significant because during his 40 years of reign, he unified Israel. David also was a poet and wrote many of the Plsalms.
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Solomon Built The Great First Temple
Solomon was the son of David and the third king of Israel. He increased trade and, like his father, was a poet. In 1 Kings 6:38, it says that " . . . the temple was finished in all its details according to its specifications. He [ Solomon ] had spent 7 years building it. The significance of this verse applies to Solomon because Solomon had finished the First Temple for the Lord.
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These are the 4 History Heroes That Made Major Contributions To Judaism.