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Which son of Jacob was sold to Egypt by his brothers?
Joseph was one of Jacob’s 12 sons. His father loved him more than any of the others and gave him a coloured cloak. His brothers were jealous of him and sold him into slavery. He was taken to Egypt and eventually became steward to Potiphar, one of Pharaoh’s officials.
Who was Jacob’s favorite son?
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Who was Joseph’s son?
Who married Isaac and Rebekah?
Seeing such a spiritually exalted man, Rebecca immediately dismounted from her camel and asked the accompanying servant who he was. When she heard that this was her future husband, she modestly covered herself with a veil. Isaac brought her into the tent of his deceased mother Sarah, married her, and loved her.
How did Joseph feel when his brothers sold him into slavery?
Meanwhile, Joseph’s pain was of a different sort. Added to the knowledge that his own brothers had sold him into slavery was the reality of going from pampered son status to slave status. Joseph’s story will be continued in the Bible lessons Joseph in Egypt and Joseph Saves His Family.
What did the brothers kill to deceive Jacob?
( Genesis 37:29-36) On Reuben’s return all of the brothers agreed to deceive Jacob into thinking his son had been killed by wild animals. They killed a goat and soaked Joseph’s beautiful coat in it.
What did Joseph tell his father about his brothers?
Joseph also used to tell his father when he thought his brothers did bad things. Joseph’s brothers thought he was a “tattle-tell” and did not like him very much. Then Joseph told his brothers about the dreams he was having. He said that he dreamed all twelve brothers were working in the grain fields together tying the sheaves of grain.
How did Jacob and Esau have their children?
They each bore him children and then had their handmaidens bear him children on their behalf. One would have thought that with the memories he had of his parents playing favourites between himself and Esau, that Jacob would have treated his children equally. Instead he favoured the sons of the wife that he loved the most.