For Family Review

What Is Missing From This Picture?

Read Genesis 13:5-17. Now look at the picture. What features are missing? Write your answers on the lines below. Connect the dots to complete the picture, then color in the drawing.

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FOR DISCUSSION:

What disagreement arose between Lot and Abraham and the herders of their livestock? Despite his own rights, how did Abraham make peace?

CLUE: Read Genesis 13:7-9.

Did Abraham hold on to any ill feeling he may have had toward Lot?

CLUE: Read Genesis 14:12-16.

How was Abraham rewarded for his godly qualities?

CLUE: Read Genesis 13:14-17.

How can you show that you are a peacemaker?

CLUE: Read 1 Corinthians 13:4, 5; James 3:13-18.

FAMILY ACTIVITY:

Without speaking, one family member could act out the part of one of the characters in the above Bible account. The rest of the family should try to guess the identity of that character.

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BIBLE CARD 5 ABRAHAM

QUESTIONS

A. How old was Abraham when his son Isaac was born?

B. What promise did Jehovah give to Abraham?

C. Fill in the blank. Because of his great faith and works, Abraham came to be called ․․․․․.

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4026 B.C.E. Adam created

Lived circa 1900’s B.C.E.

1 C.E.

98 C.E. Last Bible book written

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Moved from Ur to Canaan

Ur

Haran

CANAAN

ABRAHAM

PROFILE

A faithful man who left behind the prosperous city of Ur in order to carry out Jehovah’s will, despite not knowing where he would live. (Hebrews 11:8-10) He constantly taught his household to “keep Jehovah’s way to do righteousness.” (Genesis 18:19) The Bible calls him “the father of all those having faith.”​—Romans 4:11.

ANSWERS

A. A hundred years old.​—Genesis 21:5.

B. By means of his seed all nations will certainly bless themselves.​—Genesis 22:16-18.

C. “Jehovah’s friend.”​—James 2:21-24.

Peoples and Lands

3. Our names are Rahela and Andrei. We are both seven years old, and we live in Romania. About how many of Jehovah’s Witnesses live in Romania? Is it 38,600, 68,300, or 83,600?

4. Which dot shows where we live? Circle it, draw a dot where you live, and see how close you are to Romania.

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B

C

D

Children’s Picture Search

Can you find these pictures in this issue? In your own words, describe what is happening in each picture.

● “FOR FAMILY REVIEW” answers on page 11

 ANSWERS TO PAGES 30 AND 31

1. A cow.

2. A sheep.

3. 38,600.

4. C.