Yahweh explains to Moses who he is and the covenant he made with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. He tells Moses and Aaron to demand release of the Israelites.
Exodus 4: Signs for Moses
Moses is wracked with doubt at Yahweh’s request that he go to Pharaoh and demand the release of the Israelites.
Exodus 3: Moses and the Burning Bush
While tending his father-in-law’s flock near Mount Horeb, Moses encounters Yahweh, who commands him to lead the Israelites out of Egypt.
Exodus 2: The Birth of Moses
Moses is born, hidden away, then tricked into the hands of Pharaoh’s daughter and raised as a prince. He kills an Egyptian in a fit of rage and flees into exile. He marries and has a son.
Genesis 25: The Death of Abraham
The death of Abraham, the descendants of Ishmael, and Isaac’s sons Jacob and Esau. Esau sells his birthright to Jacob for a bowl of soup.
Genesis 24: Isaac and Rebekah
This romantic interlude tells how Abrahams servant went back to his clan in Aram-Naharaim, a region in Northwest Mesopotamia. He stops in the town of Nahor. This is likely in southern Turkey.
Genesis 23: The Death of Sarah
Abraham purchases the first land in Canaan owned by Israelites.
Genesis 22: Abraham Tested
God commands Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac.
Genesis 21: The Birth of Isaac
Sarah gives birth to Isaac. Abraham turns out Hagar and Ishmael. Abraham and Abimelek establish the treaty of Beersheba.
Genesis 20: Abraham & Abimelek
The story contains three characters: Abraham, Abimelek, and God. Abimelek or Abimelach was a pagan king who took in Abraham and Sarah as they wandered through the Negev. His city Gerar is thought to be Tel Haror or Tell Jemmeh…