What is this page?
The ministries in the Gospel.com Community organize information into 'topics' to help you find what you're looking for. Learn more

Sort by: Latest bookmarks | Latest comments

Hebron in the Bible - a Christian perspective
To avoid disputes between their growing families, Abraham and Lot decided to go separate ways. Lot chose the attractive but spiritually dangerous region near Sodom, while Abraham settled near Hebron.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%2013&version=NIV

Lot's wife - a Christian perspective
God spared Lot and his family from the destruction raining down on Sodom and Gomorrah. But Lot's wife looked back as she fled, perhaps out of regret at leaving her old life behind her--and was turned into a pillar of salt.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%2019:26&version=NIV

Pillar of salt - a Christian perspective
When God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, he rescued Lot and his family from the devastation. But Lot's wife turned and looked back, despite a command to the contrary, and became a pillar of salt. Her death is sometimes taken as a lesson about looking back fondly at sin.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%2019:25-26&version=NIV

Sodom in the Bible: Genesis 19:1-29
Although its name has been appropriated into modern cultural debates, Sodom was the name of an ancient city infamous for its wicked ways. There's a lot to explore in the story of its destruction, but we should also marvel at the lengths God went to in order to save Lot and his family from the devastation.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Genesis%2019:1-29&version=NIV

Lot in the Bible: Genesis 19:1-38
Lot is best known for living in the city of Sodom, and for barely escaping with his life when God sent angels to rescue him from the city's destruction. While he was Abraham's nephew, he didn't make decisions as wisely as his uncle did.

http://biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Gen.19.1-Gen.19.38&version=NIV

Bengali Gods Promise to Abraham
Bengali: After the Flood people started building a tower to Heaven. God changed their language from 1 to many. They left the Tower of Babel. God told Abraham to leave Ur. He took his wife Sarah and nephew Lot. God destroyed Sodom for its wickedness. Lot fled but his wife became a pillar of salt.

http://bibleforchildren.org/PDFs/bengali/Gods%20Promise%20to%20Abraham%20Bengali.pdf

Hungarian Gods Promise to Abraham
Hungarian: After the Flood people started building a tower to Heaven. God changed their language from 1 to many. They left the Tower of Babel. God told Abraham to leave Ur. He took his wife Sarah and nephew Lot. God destroyed Sodom for its wickedness. Lot fled but his wife became a pillar of salt.

http://bibleforchildren.org/PDFs/hungarian/Gods%20Promise%20to%20Abraham%20Hungarian.pdf

Hebrew Gods Promise to Abraham
Hebrew: After the Flood people started building a tower to Heaven. God changed their language from 1 to many. They left the Tower of Babel. God told Abraham to leave Ur. He took his wife Sarah and nephew Lot. God destroyed Sodom for its wickedness. Lot fled but his wife became a pillar of salt.

http://bibleforchildren.org/PDFs/hebrew/Gods%20Promise%20to%20Abraham%20Hebrew.pdf

Russian Gods Promise to Abraham
Russian: After the Flood people started building a tower to Heaven. God changed their language from 1 to many. They left the Tower of Babel. God told Abraham to leave Ur. He took his wife Sarah and nephew Lot. God destroyed Sodom for its wickedness. Lot fled but his wife became a pillar of salt.

http://bibleforchildren.org/PDFs/russian/Gods%20Promise%20to%20Abraham%20Russian.pdf

ChineseT Gods Promise to Abraham
ChineseT: After the Flood people started building a tower to Heaven. God changed their language from 1 to many. They left the Tower of Babel. God told Abraham to leave Ur. He took his wife Sarah and nephew Lot. God destroyed Sodom for its wickedness. Lot fled but his wife became a pillar of salt.

http://bibleforchildren.org/PDFs/chinese_traditional/Gods%20Promise%20to%20Abraham%20Ch...

Feed Subscribe to this topic's feed and automatically get updates. (What are feeds?)

Share This Page

URL:

Javascript:

Learn how to use and customize this code

“But Christ has indeed been raised from the dead, the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep. For since death came through a man, the resurrection of the dead comes also through a man. For as in Adam all die, so in Christ all will be made alive.”
- 1 Corinthians 15:20-22
Today's passage is from the New International Version of the Bible
Powered by BibleGateway.com