Genesis, Books 10,11&12 (36:1 through 50:26)
Esau produces 12 tribes and conquers a homeland of his own. His kingdom lasts for centuries, and serves a surprising purpose…
Jacob inherits a land of peace and safety from his father Isaac…but unfortunately, it cannot last.
Judah tries to escape from the reality of who he has become — only to discover that wherever you go, there you are.
Joseph proves himself faithful in every circumstance, but still ends up in prison.
In a stunning reversal, Joseph is raised from the dead and begins the conquest of Egypt.
The prophesied judgement begins. The news that there is food in Egypt spreads throughout the world — and finally comes to Jacob’s family in the land of Canaan.
The brothers make a second journey to Egypt, aware of their guilt and expecting judgment, but praying for mercy.
The brothers pass their third and final test, and make a life-changing discovery: true love is given, not earned.
The Golden Age of Joseph’s rule begins with a harvest from among the nations.
Joseph’s continues his rule by restructuring the world according to its original pattern.