By David Bielaweis and Laura Liddell – Updated March 25, 2018 18:23:54Isaac was the son of Abraham and Isaac was the second son of Jacob.
Isaac was born on June 18, 522 BC, to his first wife, Ishmael and their two daughters, Eliza and Sarah.
Isaac’s father was a wealthy merchant named Jacob, who lived in the town of Arish.
Jacob’s family, who were from the town, owned a large farm in the area, and Jacob and his sons owned the surrounding land.
Jacob was very generous with his gifts to the community, but he did not spend as much on building as his sons.
Jacob had a great respect for his father and he was very protective of his family.
Jacob taught his sons to pray and to study the Bible.
Jacob himself died on December 6, 523 BC, leaving his son Isaac to care for the family, which included Sarah and Eliza.
The following Bible verses are from the Book of Jacob:1.
“And I will give thee the name of the Lord thy God: Abraham, Isaac, and the two daughters-in-law of Jacob.”2.
“Now when Abraham, Esau, and Zebulun saw that the LORD had given Abraham a commandment to kill the Canaanite, they all came together, and said, Let us go and do it. “
The LORD God is my God, I will not let thee be an outcast; and the LORD hath made thee a prophet for ever.”4.
“Now when Abraham, Esau, and Zebulun saw that the LORD had given Abraham a commandment to kill the Canaanite, they all came together, and said, Let us go and do it.
Abraham and Esau went, and all the men of the town came with them, and they went and killed the Canaanites.”5.
“Then Abraham said, I have a command from the LORD, that we should go up into the mountains, and slay the Canaan and the Amalekites, and make an end of them.
And they said, We will go up to the mountain, but shall not come down; the LORD will not give us a sign from him.
And Abraham said unto them, Come, let us go up.
And the men went up with Abraham.
Then the LORD said unto Abraham, See that you kill the Amalsekites.
And he said, Kill them; and Abraham said to them, Let me see the place where the Amalaks will be; and they came and killed them.
Then Abraham said that the Lord would bless him and give him life everlasting, and that the Amlaks were a curse, because of the people of Israel.
Then he said that it was not the will of the LORD that they should be killed; therefore, he gave them to the Canaan, who had no right to them.
They took them and burned them.”6.
“But Abraham did not kill the children of Israel; he was an outcasts and an outlier, and despised by the people.
He despised the Canaan that he had, because they had no claim to them; therefore he sent a man, Abraham, out of the land of Canaan, to slay them.
When he came to them he said to the children, Behold, I am coming to destroy you; for I am going to do what the LORD your God shall command me.”7.
“He sent another man, Isaac the son-in the law, to kill them; he sent him to the women, and he sent them to their daughters; and Isaac went to his father’s house, and told his father of his plan, and his father said, It is a bad thing; he will be killed.”8.
“For Isaac was an unbeliever, and rejected the commandment of God.
For he took the children’s wives as his wives, and was angry with the children and rebelled against his father.
Then his father died, and Isaac became an unbelieving and disobedient child; and his mother died also, and there was no one to look after her, neither Isaac nor his father, and no one cared for them.
But Abraham kept Isaac, because Isaac was not an outlander, but a good and faithful man; and because Isaac did not hate his father he loved him.”9.
“When Isaac saw that his father was dying, he took his father away, and went to meet his brothers; and he took them into the city of Arimathea, to whom he sent word, and made a covenant with them; for the LORD commanded him that they would give him eternal life.”10.
“In the first year of his reign, Isaac was called the “King of Sodom,” because he was the only king of Sodoms, that is, Sodomites, who did not repent.
When Isaac had come into Arimatan,