An Uncommon Commentary
Genesis 25:1 – Abraham Re-Marries After Sarah’s Death
Genesis 25:2-4 – The Descendants Through Keturah
Genesis 25:5-6 – Isaac’s Inheritance
Genesis 25:7-8 – Abraham is Gathered to His People
Genesis 25:9-11 – Isaac and Ishmael Reunite in Abraham’s Death
Genesis 25:12-16 – Fulfillment for Ishmael and Hagar
Genesis 25:17-18 – Ishmael is Gathered to His People
Genesis 25:19-21 – After Infertility, Fulfillment
Genesis 25:21-23 – Twins Are Conceived
Genesis 25:24 – Behold, Twins! (But Not Quite)
Genesis 25:25-26: Esau and Jacob: What’s In a Name?
Genesis 24:27 – Jacob and Esau: Who They Really Are
Genesis 25:28 – Playing Favorites
Genesis 25:29-30 – Boiling the Red Stuff, part I
Genesis 25:29-30 – Boiling the Red Stuff, Part II: Cain and Abel
Genesis 25:31-32 – The Birthright
Genesis 25:33 – Why Was Jacob So Driven?
Genesis 25:33-34 – The Sale of the Birthright
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Scripture taken from the NEW AMERICAN STANDARD BIBLE®, Copyright © 1960,1962,1963,1968,1971,1972,1973,1975,1977,1995 by The Lockman Foundation. Used by permission
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