The Story of Joseph Genesis 37-50 Jacobs Rachels

The Story of Joseph Genesis 37-50 Jacobs Rachels

The Story of Joseph Genesis 37-50 Jacobs Rachels servant: Leahs servant: Jacobs 1st wife: Bilhah Zilpah 2nd wife: Leah Rachel

1) Reuben 5) Dan 7) Gad 11) Joseph 2) Simeon 6) Naphtali 8) Asher 12) Benjamin 3) Levi 4) Judah 9) Issachar

10) Zebulun The Story of Joseph Genesis 37-50 When they saw him from a distance and before he came close to them, they plotted against him to put him to death. 18

They said to one another, Here comes this dreamer! 20Now then, come and let us kill him and throw him into one of the pits; and we will say, A wild beast devoured him. Then let us see what will become of his dreams! Genesis 37:18-20 19 The Story of Joseph

Genesis 37-50 Our ability to withstand temptation decreases when we are discouraged or feel sorry for ourselves. The Story of Joseph Genesis 37-50 Although she spoke to Joseph day after day, he refused to go to bed with her.

Genesis 39:10 The Story of Joseph Genesis 37-50 The Lord was with Joseph. Genesis 39:2, 21 The Story of Joseph Genesis 37-50

Joseph could no longer keep his composure in front of all his attendants, so he called out, Send everyone away from me! No one was with him when he revealed his identity to his brothers. 2 But he wept so loudly that the Egyptians heard it, and also Pharaohs household. 3 Joseph said to his brothers, I am Joseph! Is my father still living? But they could not answer him because they were terrified in his presence. 1

Then Joseph said to his brothers, Please, come near me, and they came near. I am Joseph, your brother, the one you sold into Egypt. 5 And now dont be worried or angry with yourselves for selling me here, because God sent me ahead of you to preserve life. Genesis 45:1-5 4

The Story of Joseph Genesis 37-50 And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him and have bene called according to His purpose. Romans 8:28

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