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…. Genesis 47-50. Lesson 22. Arrival in Egypt. Joseph told Pharaoh the family had arrived Pharaoh asked their occupation Made chief shepherds over Pharaoh’s herds Pharaoh blessed Jacob. Famine Still Severe. All money exchanged for grain No money left to purchase grain

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Genesis 47 50


Genesis 47 50

Genesis 47-50

Lesson 22


Arrival in egypt

Arrival in Egypt

  • Joseph told Pharaoh the family had arrived

  • Pharaoh asked their occupation

  • Made chief shepherds over Pharaoh’s herds

  • Pharaoh blessed Jacob


Famine still severe

Famine Still Severe

  • All money exchanged for grain

  • No money left to purchase grain

  • Flocks and herds exchanged for grain

  • Next year

    • Still famine

    • No money, no flocks

    • Exchange land for grain

    • Taxed 1/5 of production


Israel in goshen

Israel in Goshen

  • Grew and multiplied exceedingly

  • Jacob 147 years old

  • Please do not bury me in Egypt

  • Joseph promised

    • “I will do as you have said”


Jacob s blessing

Jacob’s Blessing

  • Joseph takes his sons to Jacob

  • Jacob blesses Ephraim and Manasseh

  • They shall be as my own sons

  • Ephraim, the younger, shall be the greater

  • Through his sons, Joseph gets a double portion


Future of the sons

Future of the Sons

  • Rueben: Acknowledged as his firstborn, the beginning of Jacob’s strength he was unstable as water and would not excel because he had defiled his father’s bed in committing fornication with Bilhah.

  • Simeon / Levi: named as brethren because of their cruelty. Jacob cursed their anger and wrath because it was fierce and cruel. They would be divided and scattered in Israel. (Remember Shechem)


Future of the sons1

Future of the Sons

  • Judah: The scepter would not depart from Judah (49:10) His brethren would praise him and bow before him. Compared to a lion in different stages of life. Through his lineage Christ would come.

  • Zebulun: Would dwell on the sea and be a haven for ships, and his border would be Zidon.

  • Issachar: Compared to a strong donkey carrying two burdens. Would become a servant to tribute.


Future of the sons2

Future of the Sons

  • Dan: Would judge his people (one of the judges of Israel – Samson). Referred to as an adder by the way (snake in grass) Judges 18:27

  • Gad: A troop would overcome him, but he would overcome in the end.

  • Asher: His bread would be fat and he would yield royal dainties.

  • Naphtali: A hind (dear) let loose. He would give goodly words.


Future of the sons3

Future of the Sons

  • Joseph: A fruitful bough. Would be made strong by God even when others hated him. Blessings would prevail upon him.

  • Benjamin: As a raving wolf in the morning would devour the prey. At night he would divide the spoil.


Jacob dies

Jacob Dies

  • Request for burial

    • cave that is in the field of Machpelah, which is before Mamre in the land of Canaan, which Abraham bought with the field of Ephron the Hittite as a possession for a burial place

  • Others buried there

    • Abraham

    • Sarah

    • Isaac

    • Rebekah

    • Leah


Jacob s burial

Jacob’s Burial

  • Embalmed by Egyptians

  • Mourned for seventy days

  • Large Egyptian entourage accompanied Joseph and family to bury Jacob

  • Buried, as requested, in cave of Machpelah


Back in egypt

Back in Egypt

  • Brothers fear reprisal

  • Plead with Joseph

  • "Do not be afraid, for am I in the place of God? But as for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive”


Joseph dies

Joseph Dies

  • Special request

    • you shall carry up my bones from here

  • Egyptians embalm Joseph

  • Place him in a coffin

  • Joseph is 110 years old


Remember the promises

Remember the Promises

  • "I am dying; but God will surely visit you, and bring you out of this land to the land of which He swore to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob."


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Periods of bible history

Periods of Bible History


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Genesis 1-5

Before The Flood


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Genesis 6-10

The Flood


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Shinar

Tower of Babel

Genesis 11

Scattering of the People


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Haran

Canaan

Ur

Abraham

Patriarchs


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Canaan

Abraham

Isaac

Jacob

Joseph

Egypt

Patriarchs


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A Pharaoh arose who did not know Joseph

Nation Promise Fulfilled

Covenant

Law

Tabernacle

Priesthood

“Go!!”

after 400 years

Moses

plagues on Egypt

Exodus


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Spies sent into Canaan

Miriam and Aaron die

Moses sins

Balaam and Balak

Joshua appointed

40 years of wandering

Wandering in Wilderness


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Canaan

Conquered the Eastern side

Moses sees the land and dies on Mt Nebo

Joshua is ready to enter the Promised land

Wandering in Wilderness


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Northern campaign

Land is divided

Central campaign

Land promise fulfilled

Southern campaign

Invasion and Conquest


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Rebellion

Repression

Repentance

Rescue

‘We want a king’

Judges


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Israel

Saul

1040 – 1000 B.C.

David

1000 – 960 B.C.

Solomon

960 – 920 B.C.

United Kingdom


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Israel

X

Israel

North

10 tribes

Jeroboam

All evil kings

Judah

South

2 tribes

Rehoboam

Few good kings

Divided Kingdom


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Israel fell

in 721 B.C.

to Assyria

Divided Kingdom


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Judah

X

Judah

721 – 586 B. C.

Judah Alone


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Judah taken into Babylon

1st group in

606 B.C.

2nd group in

597 B.C.

3rd group in

586 B.C.

70 years

Captivity


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Palestine

Zerubbabel

in 536 B.C.

Ezra

in 458 B.C.

Nehemiah

in 445 B.C.

Return from Captivity


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Palestine

Amos 8:11

‘a famine of hearing the word of God’

???

Years of Silence


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Years of Preparation (30 years)

Beginning of Ministry

(6 months)

Life of Christ


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Great Galilean Ministry

(18 months)

Life of Christ


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Periods of Retirement

(6 months)

Close of Ministry

(6 months)

Life of Christ


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Last Week

Resurrection and Exaltation

Life of Christ


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Acts 2:38

Jerusalem

Judea

Samaria

Early Church


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The Gospel expands to Asia Minor

The Gospel expands to Asia Minor

Early Church


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...across the Aegean Sea

Letters to Christians


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travels of

Paul, Silas, Timothy, Luke

Letters to Christians


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…and on to Rome

letters by

Peter, Paul, James, Jude, John

Letters to Christians


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