The three words above describe a God-stated, Covenant-driven purpose for God's people. Genesis 12 describes God's view of what the children of Abraham ought to become ... "all peoples on earth will be blessed through you (Genesis 12:3)." That was God's plan for the Jews. That was God's plan for Jesus. That is God's plan for the Church (that's you and me). The next three words are how Abraham responded ... "so Abraham went."
Maybe I am a master of oversimplification, but I believe that this calling, purpose and passage are pretty simple. God says "you will be a blessing (His idea)" and Abraham goes off to do what God has asked. I wonder why we get confused about that? Is it that we must construct doctrine that says, "You gotta pray this prayer," ... "You gotta believe these things that people have made foundational (though God hasn't)," ... "You must be conservative or liberal," ... "You must be part of this megachurch," ... and on and on. All of this makes our faith, our doctrine, our "foundation" all about us. What about God? God says, "all peoples on earth will be blessed through you." Abraham says, "Yes" and he went off to do what God had said.
I want to make a suggestion to you about your day today. Ask yourself ... "How can I be a blessing to the people God places in my path?" When you think of an answer to that, go do it. Pretty simple? Yep! Randy