Category Archives: Abraham’s Altars (5-part series)

Scripture records that Abraham built 4 altars, each with its own special significance in Abraham’s life. There are some real lessons to be applied to the Christian life, and through this series, we focus on the need of every Christian to have a literal place (altar) to meet with God, just as Abraham did.

Abraham’s Altars #5 – Your Altar

In this final post of the series, we consider overall similarities between Abraham’s and our altars. Who? What? When? Why? Just like Abraham we need one, and just like Abraham, we ought to use it! Continue reading

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Abraham’s Altars #4 – Jehovah-jireh

Abraham’s altar at Jehovah-jireh is the last recorded altar of Abraham. We uncover three truths about this altar as Abraham faces the most difficult question of his life: who do you love more than anything? What could this altar possibly be used for? Continue reading

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Abraham’s Altars #3 – Mamre

Abraham and Lot split, and Abraham builds an altar at Mamre. This altar’s unique usage is three-fold, and we’ll find out how in each way, Abraham uses the altar to receive information that God transmits. Continue reading

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Abraham’s Altars #2 – East of Bethel

Abraham journeys to a hill east of Bethel; when he gets there he builds an altar where he calls on the name of the Lord. But we find he does this at two specific times…why? Find out how your altar, like Abraham’s altar east of Bethel can greatly help your fellowship with God. Continue reading

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Abraham’s Altars #1 – Plains of Moreh

What made Abraham so useful to God? If we take a look, we find that Abraham was an altar builder, and an altar user. In this first post, we’ll consider Abraham’s altar at the plains of Moreh. Continue reading

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