Wife To Abraham Research Paper

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Every generation after Sarah, looked up to her as an inspiring women. Sarah, who was a half- sister to Abraham but also a wife to him, grew up to be a hundred and twenty seven years old. Sarah was not able to have kids throughout her whole marriage to Abraham. Ninety years into her life, she becomes pregnant, by the grace of God. But Sarah was an inpatient women who couldn't be satisfied with trusting in God and that is why her story is one of the biggest, because she was the source of a religion in the world we live in today. Throughout Genesis, Sarah, who was first named Sarai, was known for not being able to have kids. She lived her life as a wife to Abraham, who was the patriarch. Sarah was a lover of God and truly respected Him but when it came to the topic of children and not being able to have kids, Sarah became inpatient and broken hearted. When Sarah was about eighty nine…show more content…
Romans 12:12 says, "Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.". Proverbs 11: 26 says, "The people curse him who holds back grain, but a blessing is on the head of him who sells it.". Romans 3:28 says, "For we hold that one is justified by faith apart from works of the law.". And, last but not least, John 4:37 says, "For here the saying holds true, 'One sows and another reaps.". All four of these verses, all relate to the Sarah and her story. The message behind these verses and the story in Genesis, is to just be patient. God knows what He is doing and he has a plan for you; the best plan! This relates to me and all of humanity because we are all so eager in making our own decisions and creating our own plan by ourselves, but we need to realize that that is God's job. We all know that if we take charge of our life and make everything we want to happen happen, our lives would not be even close to amazing as if we just put it into the hands of

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