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Possessing the land: lesson 5: The Story of Joseph

Jacob's Favorite Wife Rachel
Jacob's Favorite Son Joseph
The son who was born at the death of Jacob's favorite wife was Benjamin
Joseph's attitude toward his brothers is an example of forgiveness
Joseph's life illustrates the truth of Romans 8: 28, which says that in all things God works for the of those who love him and are called according to purpose. good
After Joseph was sold into slavery by his brothers, he was put in charge of the house hold of an official of Pharaoh. Potiphar
Joseph was hated by his brothers because he was the favorite son of Jacob
Jacob had sons through this wives and their maidservants twelve
God changed Jacob's name to which mean " he struggles with God" Israel
God gave Jacob the promises he had earlier given to his grandfather Abraham
Joseph was sold as a slave to going to Egypt traders
Exalt to raise in status: to praise
Humble modest; showing awareness at ones perfection
Abase to bring down; to humiliate; to humble
Joseph interprets the of pharaoh's butler and baker dream
Joseph' family came to Egypt during the famine
Joseph's master sends him to prison for years two
Genesis 45:5 shows how Joseph spoke to his brothers kindly and with a forgiving spirit.
Created by: Bill Bob