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As time passed, Hashem's presence was forgotten by His children. They had forgotten their true creator and began worshipped idols, trees, and buildings instead.
From a young age, the people would worship tangible and meaningless objects. They didn't know Hashem's name, nor His presence.
Until Avraham was born, the world continued to worship idols. He began to wonder and explores, and he thought about how the world worked and how someone must have been controlling it.
Avraham knew in his heart that there was only one G-d; but the rest of the world didn't. In order to show them that there was a Hashem, Avraham destroyed the idol.
Avraham began winning over the Jews, but the King didn't like that. He wanted to kill Avraham by placing him in a fire, but Hashem made a miracle and saved Avraham's life.
"THROW HIM IN THE FIRE!!!!"
In the end, Avraham wanted to spread the name of Hashem. He went from kingdom to kingdom, city to city,and he stopped in Canaan. The End!
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