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31. Reuben Committed adultery with his father’s concubine Bilhah, forfeiting the birthright. Intervened for Joseph’s life when the sons of Jacob sought to kill him. He pledged the life of himself and his sons when Jacob was unwilling to let Benjamin go to Egypt.
32. Simeon Took part with Levi in avenging his sister Dinah against the Shechemites, thus bringing trouble on all Jacob’s family.
33. Levi Took part with Simeon in avenging his sister Dinah against the Shechemites, thus bringing trouble on all Jacob’s family. From Levi comes the Levitical priesthood.
34. Judah Saved Joseph so that his life was spared. Met by a "prostitute" his daughter-in-law Tamar whom he impregnated. Reuben forfeited the birth-right for incest; Simeon and Levi forfeited the birth-right for conduct against Shechem; Judah leadership of the firs
35. Issachar Son of Leah
36. Zebulun Youngest son of Leah.
37. Joseph Falsely accused of rape by Potiphar’s wife and thrown into prison. While in prison he Interpreted the two dreams of Pharaoh of Egypt. Pharaoh appointed Joseph second in Egypt. Brought the “house of Israel” into Egypt.
38. Benjamin His mother died in giving him birth
39. Dan Son of Bilhah
40. Naphtali Son of Bilhah
41. Gad Son of Zilpah
42. Asher Son of Zilpah
43. Dinah Daughter of Jacob and Leah. Seduced by Shechem, son of Hamor, when Jacob's camp was in the nearby countryside. This led to the terrible revenge of Simeon and Levi in massacring all the Shechemites.
44. Shechem When Jacob returned from Paddan-aram he settled at Shechem and purchased land from the sons of Hamor. Raped Dinah, and settled with Jacob to marry Dinah, yet was vengefully murdered along with all his settlement by Simeon and Levi.
45. Tamar The wife of Judah’s son Er;then married Onan and on his death Judah promised to her son Shelah but no happen. She avenged herself by dressing as a prostitute and lying with her father-in-law Judah. One of the five women mentioned in the line of Jesus.
46. Er The eldest son of Judah. The first husband of Tamar. Slain by God because of his wickedness.
47. Onan Second son of Judah. Second husband of Tamar. Like his brother Er, God slew him because of his wickedness.
48. Shelah Third son of Judah. Promised to Tamar as her husband but never fulfilled.
49. Perez and Zerah The twin sons shamefully born to Judah by Tamar, his own his daughter‐in‐law
50. Asenath The wife given to Joseph by Pharaoh in Egypt.
51. Manasseh Joseph’s first son. His name means forget. One of the twelve tribes to inherit the promised land.
52. Ephraim Joseph’s second son. His name means twice fruitful. One of the twelve tribes to inherit the promised land.
53. Moses At 40 years he slew an Egyptian for beating an Israelite, and fearing recompense fled to Midian. There he married Zipporah, daughter of Reuel, a Midianite priest. God appeared to him on Mt. Horeb in a burning bush and appointed him deliverer of His peo
54. Reuel / Jethro Moses' father-in-law and priest of Midian. In Exodus 18, he advises Moses at Sinai to set judges over subordinate legal cases, leaving Moses with only the weightier cases (“The Jethro Principle”).
55. Zipporah Wife of Moses.
56. Gershom The son whom Zipporah circumcised in order to save Moses from being killed.
57. Aaron Moses’s brother and spokesman, whom was three years older. Was given the high priesthood for himself and his descendants. Died on Mount Hor after the transference of his office to his son, Eleazar.
58. Miriam The sister of Moses and Aaron. She and Aaron complained against Moses for marrying a Cushite, and was subsequently struck with leprosy, but later cured. She is a prophetess who led the Israelite women while she sang the song of praise and victory.
59. Nadab The first son of Aaron. As priest he and his brother were smitten by fire from the Lord. Their offense was kindling the incense in their censers with fire not taken from the altar.
60. Abihu The second son of Aaron. As priest he and his brother were smitten by fire from the Lord. Their offense was kindling the incense in their censers with fire not taken from the altar.
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