I posted this on Church Set Free several days ago and thought I’d share it here as well; check it out.
Of the three great patriarchs, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, which one lived the longest life? Of those three, who is it that we know the least about?
The answer to both of these questions is Isaac, and he is also the one whose name was never changed.
Of course, Isaac was the son of promise, but as an adult, we don’t see chapter after chapter telling his story, as we do with Abraham and Jacob. Abraham and Jacob went down in history as superstars of a sort, while Isaac just plugged away. Maybe this is because his career was more or less a transition between the age of Abraham and that of Jacob; I’ll leave that for others to figure out.
It would seem that the only things we know about Isaac of any consequence is the story of how he came to be married to Rebekah, the birth of…
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