Fb2 Hagar (People of the Promise) ePub
by James R. Shott
|Category:||Literature and Fiction|
|Author:||James R. Shott|
|Publisher:||Herald Pr (July 1, 1992)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1302 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1305 kb|
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1992) (The third book in the People of the Promise series) A novel by James R Shott.
1992) (The third book in the People of the Promise series) A novel by James R Shott. Genre: Inspirational. Used availability for James R Shott's Hagar. November 2000 : USA Hardback. July 1992 : USA Paperback
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An angel of God calls Hagar by name in direct opposition to her previous experiences (Gen 16:8). The verse continues, Where have you come from and where are you going? The questions aren’t just about her situation at that moment. They reflect her past and her future. She is one of four people to hear the covenant directly from God. Unlike Abraham’s more general promises in Gen 12 and Gen 15, the promise to Hagar has details supplied in Gen 16:11- the first full birth annunciation. To further solidify this event, the angel also tells Hagar, Behold, you are pregnant. Statements like this usually refer to future pregnancies, not a present condition.
The promise fulfilled. Again the interest centered upon the two big men who faced each otheron the trodden ground of the clearing. Other men came-the ones who hadfled from the rollway, their curiosity conquering their fear at thesight of the dead man. And now the greener was speaking, and the tone of his voice was gentlein its velvety softness. His lips smiled, and his gray eyes, narrowedto slits, shone cold-with a terrible, steely coldness, so that menlooked once, and shuddered as they looked. And, now, Moncrossen," he was saying, " we will fight
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Hagar was the servant of Sarah. Hagar was blessed, and Abraham and Sarah were still the recipients of the promise. God used a seemingly impossible situation to make Abraham the father of the Jewish people, just as He had predicted. It is clear from this story that God works despite misguided human effort. God’s mercy is great, and His sovereign will is accomplished regardless of human frailty. This unlikely family story is one readers would expect to end badly.
Home James B. Hendryx The Promise . The railway people had refused to stop their fast train at Hilarity forhis special benefit, and he had been compelled to get off at thenearest division point, some forty miles to the westward, and continuehis journey in the evil-smelling caboose of the local freight-trainwhich crawled jerkily over the rails, and stopped to shunt cars atevery siding. The strong liquor had loosened the tongue of the ordinarily silent oldman and he continued