Ancient Hebrews

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  • Who Is Abraham?
  • Hi I'm Abraham!!!
  • Who Is Moses?
  • Hello there!!! I'm Moses, and you are?
  • Who Is Naomi?
  • Have I told you that I was the one of the first women in Ancient Hebrews?
  • Abraham is remembered in the Bible as the father of faith and the ancestor of the Israelites (Gen 12-24; Rom 4:1-12). According to Genesis, God called him from his home in Mesopotamia to journey to the promised land, where God promised to multiply Abraham’s offspring and make them into a great people and a blessing to the nations.
  • Who Is Ruth?
  • Naomi wasn't the only women in Ancient Hebrews you know!!!
  • Moses was an Israelite, a Hebrew, born into the tribe of Levi. The Levites were one of the twelve tribes of Israel. In particular, they were the ones charged with priestly duties. Levites were God's spiritual leaders.
  • Who Is David?
  • I am the one who defeted Goliath!!!
  • Naomi was known as, “The Woman Who Tasted the Cup of Bitterness” the lovable; my delight, the wife of Elimelech, and mother of Mahlon and Chilion, and mother-in-law of ( Ruth 1:2 Ruth 1:20 Ruth 1:21 ; 2:1 ). Elimelech and his wife left the district of Bethlehem-Judah, and found a new home in the uplands of Moab.
  • Who Is Yohanan ben Zaccai?
  • Ruth was known as, “The Woman Who Rose From Obscurity to Riches” The book of Ruth contains an interesting story about a Moabite woman who was redeemed into a Hebrew family. The book may have been written by Samuel and was probably penned during the time of David.
  • David was the youngest son of Jesse, the great-grandson of Boaz and Ruth, born in Bethlehem in the tribe of Judah. He was handpicked by God, anointed by Samuel, and became Israel's second, and greatest, king.
  • Johanan ben Zakkai was the youngest among the numerous disciples of the great Hillel and also of Hillel's opponent Shammai. It therefore appears that Johanan was born about 15 B.C. He evidently lived to a ripe old age, for he survived the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem (A.D. 70). Tradition speaks of his span of life as 120 years. His brilliant mind and diligence enabled him to become conversant with every field of Jewish learning.
  • I am a very wise man!!!
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