Genesis 45

March 18, 2017

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March 18, 2017: Genesis 45

Joseph reveals his identity to his brothers, and does not hold their past actions against them. He instead tells them to go back to their father, Jacob, tell him that Joseph is alive, and immigrate to Egypt, because the famine is supposed to last another five years.

Question to consider:

* Why do you think Pharaoh is pleased to hear about Joseph’s family, and is eager to bring them all to Egypt?


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