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  • Survey of Genesis Patriarchal History Gods Covenant with Abraham Descendents in Egypt
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  • Patriarchal History Joseph 2560 B.C. Pyramid Khufu ~2550 B.C. Sphinx
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph's Prophetic Dreams (37:1-11) Jacob lived in Canaan Joseph gives a bad report on his brothers (37:2) Joseph favored by his father, many colored coat Joseph's brothers hated him to such an extent they could not speak to him in a friendly manner (37:4) Joseph's dream of sheaves: his brothers' sheaves bow down to his Joseph's dream of eleven stars, sun, and moon bow down to him Brothers hated him even more because of his dreams Jacob doubted Josephs dreams but kept them in mind (37:10-11)
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph Sold into Slavery (37:12-36) Jacob sends Joseph to check on his brothers at Shechem but finds them in Dothan Brothers plot to kill Joseph but Ruben convinces them to throw him in a pit with the idea of rescuing him later The brothers see some Ishmaelite traders so they sell Joseph, at Judah's urging, to them for 20 pieces of silver The brothers tare up the coat and dip it in animal blood to take to their father Jacob morns and will not be comforted saying, "go down to sheol in mourning." (37:35) Sheol = death Joseph is sold to Potiphar, captain of Pharaohs bodyguards
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Judah and Tamar (38:1-30) Judah takes a wife from the Canaanites, Shua (38:1-4) Her first son was Er; next two were Onan and Shelah Judah took a wife for Er, Tamar (38:6-11) Er did evil and God took him (7) Onan was to take her for his wife and raise and offspring for his brother but he refused (wasted his seed) This was displeasing to God and so God took his life (10) Judah worries about losing his last son so he sends Tamar back to her father until Shelah is of age (probably not intending to keep his promise)
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Tamar tricks Judah to get and offspring (38:12-26) After Judah's wife dies (12), Judahs daughter-in-law, Tamar, dresses as a temple prostitute to get pregnant by Judah since he had not given her to Shelah as he promised (13-14) Judah does not have a goat by which to pay so she asks for his signet ring, cord, and staff as a pledge but could not find her later (15-23) Three months later Judah is informed that Tamar "has played the harlot and Judah says she is to be burned(24); Tamar sends the things she got from Judah and says it is the owner of those things that is the father (25); Judah says she is more righteous than he. He did not keep his agreement with her (26) The levirate marriage allowed for the father in law to provide the child if the brother in laws did not
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Tamar gives birth (38:27-30) Twins are born, one sticks his hand out first and they tie a scarlet thread on his finger, Zerah (dawning or brightness) Perez is the first born (means breach) Why this story? Follow the line of Judah to the Messiah, Christ Follows with Perez (Matt. 1:3)
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph Blessed in Egypt (39:1-41:57) Joseph in Potiphar's service (39:1-20) God blesses Joseph and Potiphar's household Potiphar's wife causes problems Joseph's response; "How could I do evil and sin against God." (39:9) Joseph is put in jail
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph stay in prison (39:21-40:23) God blesses Joseph and the jailer put Joseph in charge of the prisoners The Lord made everything Joseph did prosper Pharaohs cupbearer's and baker's sent to prison They had offended Pharaoh They were under Joseph's care Joseph interprets the cupbearer's dream
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph stay in prison (39:21-40:23) Joseph interprets the cupbearer's dream Vine with three branches, produced grapes, squeezed them into Pharaohs cup Joseph interprets to mean in three days he will be in his same position Joseph asks him to remember him to Pharaoh to get him out of prison, sense he had been kidnapped and had done nothing to deserve imprisonment
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph stay in prison (39:21-40:23) Joseph interprets the baker's dream Baker noted that Joseph had given the cupbearer a favorable interpretation so he was hopeful for a favorable one also Three baskets on his head with bread and the birds were eating the baked food from the top basket Joseph interpreted the three baskets as three days and that pharoah would hang him from a tree and the birds would eat his flesh Pharoah's birthday three days later what Joseph said came to pass The cupbearer did not remember Joseph God works things overtime
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams (41:1-36) Pharaoh had dreams two full years later (41:1) Seven fat cows from the Nile eaten by seven skinny cows Seven plump ears of grain on a single stalk then seven ears of thin scorched by the east wind which swallowed up the seven plump Pharaoh's spirit was troubled so called his magicians and wise men Pharaoh told them his dreams but they could not interpret them The cupbearer remembers Joseph as the interpreter of his dream and the baker's accurately
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams (41:1-36) Pharaoh calls for Joseph to interpret the dreams Joseph cleans up, shaves and changes before meeting Pharaoh Joseph states that the interpretation is from God not himself (16) Pharaoh repeats his dreams to Joseph Joseph states they are both the same God has told Pharaoh what he is about to do (25) Seven good years of abundant crops followed by seven years of sever famine Repeating of the dream means God will bring it about quickly
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams (41:1-36) Joseph's advice to Pharaoh to prepare for the famine Joseph suggest Pharaoh put a wise and discerning man over Egypt to prepare the land The man should exact a fifth of the produce from the land in the seven years of abundance Store the grain and guard it for the years of famine so as not to starve
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph made ruler of Egypt (41:37-57) Pharaoh notes that since God had informed Joseph of these matters, what better person to oversee the work (39-40) Joseph made second to Pharaoh over the land of Egypt Gave Joseph his signet ring, fine linen, and a gold chain around his neck Joseph rode in the second chariot and people bowed to him Pharoah named Joseph Zaphenath-paneah (God speaks) Pharoah gave him the daughter (Asenath) of Potiphera priest of On (Heliapolis?) as his wife
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph made ruler of Egypt (41:37-57) Joseph's work and family (41:46-52) Joseph was thirty years old when he stood before Pharaoh Joseph gather a great deal of grain and stored it near the cities where it was harvested - so much he stopped measuring it Two sons born to him, Manasseh (making to forget) because God made him to forget his troubles and Ephraim (fruitfulness) because God made him fruitful in the land of his affliction (41:50-52)
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph made ruler of Egypt (41:37-57) The seven years of famine arrive (41:53-57) When peoples food ran out they went to Phara0h who sent them to Joseph They were to do what Joseph said to do Joseph opened the storehouses and sold grain to people People from "all over the earth" came to Egypt
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph's Meets His Brothers (42:1-45:28) Events of the first meeting (42:1-38) Jacob sends all his sons but Benjamin to buy food in Egypt. Joseph recognizes them as they bow down to him as in his dream They do not recognize him Joseph claims they are spies to find the undefended parts of the land They say they are brothers, sons of one man but the younger brother is at home
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph's Meets His Brothers (42:1-45:28) Events of the first meeting (42:1-38) Joseph says they will stay in prison until one of them goes to bring the youngest brother to prove what they say is true; puts them in prison for three days. After three days Joseph keeps Simeon and sends the others back to bring Benjamin. Brothers discuss that their problems are due to how the treated their brother, Joseph One of them finds his money returned in his sack while feeding the donkeys, later all find their money in their sacks of grian They tell their father, Jacob, what happened in Egypt Jacob does not want Benjamin to go
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  • Survey of Genesis: Patriarchal History Joseph (37:1-50:26) Joseph's Meets His Brothers (42:1-45:28) Preparation to go back to Egypt (43:1-15) After finishing the food from their first trip to Egypt, Israel (Jacob) tells them to go back for more food. Judah warns him that the man over the food will not see them if they don't