Genesis 25:7

7 Abraham died at the ripe old age of 175.

Genesis 25:7 Meaning and Commentary

Genesis 25:7

And these [are] the days of the years of Abraham's life, which
he lived
Being about to die, an account is given of his age, which was

an hundred threescore and fifteen years;
one hundred and seventy years; so that Isaac was now seventy five years of age, for he was born when Abraham was an hundred years old, and Jacob and Esau must how be fifteen years of age at this time, since they were born when Isaac was sixty years of age, ( Genesis 25:26 ) ; and Ishmael must be eighty nine years old; it may be observed, that as Abraham was seventy five years old when he went from Haran into the land of Canaan, ( Genesis 12:4 ) ; he had been just an hundred years a sojourner in this country.

Genesis 25:7 In-Context

5 Abraham left everything he owned to Isaac;
6 but while he was still alive, he gave presents to the sons his other wives had borne him. Then he sent these sons to the land of the East, away from his son Isaac.
7 Abraham died at the ripe old age of 175.
9 His sons Isaac and Ishmael buried him in Machpelah Cave, in the field east of Mamre that had belonged to Ephron son of Zohar the Hittite.
Scripture taken from the Good News Translation - Second Edition, Copyright 1992 by American Bible Society. Used by Permission.