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The Life of Abram - Birth till Fifty. The Teachings of His Mother.

In my study, I have found different narratives about the early life of Abraham. I have combined these sources and traditions into one story, whether historically correct, I’m unsure. But here is what I have been able to find of Abraham from birth till approximately 50 years old. I love the details about Amthelo, Abrams Mother.  These pieces of glimpses into their life and culture, though shocking and greatly disturbing at times, for me also brings out character and humanity. Nimrod was the son of Cush. Cush was the son of Ham. Ham was the son of Noah. God made garments of skins for Adam and his wife Havah (Eve) when they went out of the garden, and those garments were handed to Enoch after the passing over of Adam and Havah. Enoch, at the time of His going up, gave the garments to Methuselah, his son. At the death of Methuselah, Noah took the garments into the Ark and they were with him until the going out of the Ark. In their going out, Ham stole the garments from Noah his father and

Serach the woman who never died and the Grand-daughter of Father Jacob

Serach, the Granddaughter of Patriarch Jacob.  You may not have heard of this significant woman before, I certainly do not recall ever hearing her name being mentioned at church or from manual lessons taught about her in seminary or sunday school. But, she is real and we can find her mentioned briefly in the the Restoration Edition Scriptures , LDS scriptures, Jewish texts and the Pseudepigrapha. I learned that Serach is also known by different titles in different books, but is the same person. Combining these sources together let me retell to you the amazing breadcrumbs I have found of this holy woman and her story... In the House of Shem, Shem had a son named Eber, who had a son who he called Abimael and Abimael's wife gave birth to a beautiful baby girl named Hadurah. Shem was Hadurah's Great-Grandfather.  Hadurah grew up in the house of Shem and she became a woman "of comely appearance and intelligence" We know this description means so much more concerning wisdom