Tag: foreshadowing

For Writers: Making the Impossible Believable

For Writers: Making the Impossible Believable

In my Abraham series, I have included writing tips that are illustrated in Abraham’s stories. We came to the end of his story in my last post. This post continues that series, but it is all for writers. How can these stories help you improve your technique? The challenge for any writer of fiction is …

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Abraham’s Genealogy and a Lesson in Foreshadowing

Abraham’s Genealogy and a Lesson in Foreshadowing

In the series of character studies on Abraham, I’ve been taking my cues so far from Hebrews Chapter 11 and the stories that it relates about Abraham as an example of great faith. We’ve learned a lot about him and there are still more stories to go. So I want to go back now to …

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Character Study – David, Abigail, and Nabal

Character Study – David, Abigail, and Nabal

In my last post, I began a character study on David, Nabal, and Abigail. The story is found in 1 Samuel 25. If you want a quick review, check out this puppet version. What’s happened so far is David has been protecting Nabal’s estate and flocks from outlaws.  He asked for some food for him …

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