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  • And he acted in like manner toward Isaac, because of his father Abraham. (Ecclesiasticus 44, 24)

  • Because of this, thus says the Lord, he who has redeemed Abraham, to the house of Jacob: From now on, Jacob will not be confounded; from now on his countenance will not blush with shame. (Isaiah 29, 22)

  • But you, O Israel, are my servant, O Jacob, whom I have chosen, the offspring of my friend Abraham. (Isaiah 41, 8)

  • Pay attention to Abraham, your father, and to Sarah, who bore you. For I called him alone, and I blessed him, and I multiplied him. (Isaiah 51, 2)

  • For you are our Father, and Abraham has not known us, and Israel has been ignorant of us. You are our Father, O Lord our Redeemer. Your name is beyond all ages. (Isaiah 63, 16)

  • then truly I will also cast aside the offspring of Jacob, and of David, my servant, so that I do not take up any of his offspring to be leaders over the offspring of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. For I will lead back their turning way, and I will take pity on them.” (Jeremiah 33, 26)

  • And I will restore them to the land which I pledged to their fathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and they will rule over it, and I will multiply them, and they will not be diminished. (Baruch 2, 34)

  • “Son of man, as for those who live in these ruinous ways on the soil of Israel, when speaking, they say: ‘Abraham was one man, and he possessed the land as an inheritance. But we are many; the land has been given to us as a possession.’ (Ezekiel 33, 24)

  • And do not withdraw your mercy from us, because of Abraham, your beloved, and Isaac, your servant, and Israel, your holy one. (Daniel 3, 35)

  • You will give the truth to Jacob, mercy to Abraham, which you swore to our fathers from the ancient days. (Micah 7, 20)

  • The book of the lineage of Jesus Christ, the son of David, the son of Abraham. (Matthew 1, 1)

  • Abraham conceived Isaac. And Isaac conceived Jacob. And Jacob conceived Judah and his brothers. (Matthew 1, 2)


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