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Now that Abram has rescued Lot, he returns home with not only his previously captive family, but also the plunder from battle (much of which was taken from the city of Sodom). Abram is stopped by the King of Sodom, along with a mysterious figure, and takes time to celebrate the victory he has experienced. Not only does this incident teach us more about Abram, it also foreshadows someone who make an appearance in Scripture many years in the future.
In this series, Called to Cross Over, we will be studying the life of Abraham. This imperfect patriarch was a person called to “cross over” in many ways. The word “Hebrew” is even linguistically tied to the idea of “crossing over” from one side to another. God’s dealing with mankind reaches a “crossing over” point in the events of Abraham’s life. As you listen to these sermons, consider how God is speaking to you and leading you and inviting you to “cross over” into a deeper relationship with him.