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Abbahdon

 

Pronunciation:  AB-buh-dahn

Occurrences:  61

First Reference:  4th Endowment 23:27

 

Now the infant son was called Abbahdon, and as he grew many were made perplexed because of him, for he seemed as other boys in many ways, being filled with mischief and laughter always;

 

 

See:  Alpia, Gaia, Terralee                                     Refer to:  4th Endowment 23:18—26:1

 

Summary:  Born in the village of Alpia on the world of Terralee, Abbahdon was the mortal manifestation of The One and leader of the fifth dispensation, during which he taught and exemplified the ways of fortitude and grace. At the age of twelve, Abbahdon was struck with a fever which left him completely blind. Later that same year, Abbahdon was approached by a twelve year-old girl named Gaia, and from that moment the two became inseparable. Gaia would visit Abbahdon daily, often reading to him from the scriptures. In the years that followed, Abbahdon memorized the entire Book of God, and by the age of twenty-two, had committed all nine commentaries of Moshe completely to memory.

 

Word of Abbahdon's knowledge and grace spread quickly, and it wasn't long before he was brought before the Council of Lords to determine whether or not Abbahdon was the Ancient of Days come again.

 

After seven days of examination, the Council provided one last test: offering up the entire Assembly to Abbahdon, electing him to be foremost among the Council, and setting him in equal stature to the dispensational leaders which came before him. The young Abbahdon humbly refused the honor, which affirmed for those in the Council his spiritual maturity. Abbahdon returned home to his village where he and Gaia went on to raise a family. Abbahdon became a maker of toys and inventor of games, while his wisdom was continually sought by believers and nonbelievers alike.

 

At the age of fifty, Abbahdon was appointed to lead the entire General Assembly of believers. Standing before a congregation of some two million people, he accepted the role of dispensational leader and the title of Teacher of Righteousness. Before this time, the title had never existed. Abbahdon presided for some sixty years, teaching primarily on fortitude, strength, grace, forgiveness, and the will of God.

 

 

Notes/References:

 

7th Endowment 4:18-19

Abdiel