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  • Now Jacob* loved Joseph more than any of his other children because Joseph had been born to him in his old age. So one day he gave Joseph a special gift--a beautiful robe.*1 - Genesis 37:3


  • Jacob exclaimed, "You have deprived me of my children! Joseph has disappeared, Simeon is gone, and now you want to take Benjamin, too. Everything is going against me!" - Genesis 42:36


  • But Jacob replied, "My son will not go down with you, for his brother Joseph is dead, and he alone is left of his mother's children. If anything should happen to him, you would bring my gray head down to the grave in deep sorrow." - Genesis 42:38


  • We said, `Yes, we have a father, an old man, and a child of his old age, his youngest son. His brother is dead, and he alone is left of his mother's children, and his father loves him very much.' - Genesis 44:20


  • You will live in the land of Goshen so you can be near me with all your children and grandchildren, your flocks and herds, and all that you have. - Genesis 45:10


  • But the children born to you in the future will be your own. The land they inherit will be within the territories of Ephraim and Manasseh. - Genesis 48:6


  • Then Jacob said to Joseph, "I never thought I would see you again, but now God has let me see your children, too." - Genesis 48:11


  • Joseph also took his brothers and the entire household of Jacob. But they left their little children and flocks and herds in the land of Goshen. - Genesis 50:8


  • He lived to see three generations of descendants of his son Ephraim and the children of Manasseh's son Makir, who were treated as if they were his own. - Genesis 50:23


  • But their descendants had many children and grandchildren. In fact, they multiplied so quickly that they soon filled the land. - Exodus 1:7


  • As the princess opened it, she found the baby boy. His helpless cries touched her heart. "He must be one of the Hebrew children," she said. - Exodus 2:6


  • You will be able to tell wonderful stories to your children and grandchildren about the marvelous things I am doing among the Egyptians to prove that I am the LORD." - Exodus 10:2


  • Then Pharaoh called for Moses. "Go and worship the LORD," he said. "But let your flocks and herds stay here. You can even take your children with you." - Exodus 10:24


  • Then your children will ask, `What does all this mean? What is this ceremony about?' - Exodus 12:26


  • That night the people of Israel left Rameses and started for Succoth. There were about 600,000 men, plus all the women and children. And they were all traveling on foot. - Exodus 12:37


  • "During these festival days each year, you must explain to your children why you are celebrating. Say to them, `This is a celebration of what the LORD did for us when we left Egypt.' - Exodus 13:8


  • "And in the future, your children will ask you, `What does all this mean?' Then you will tell them, `With mighty power the LORD brought us out of Egypt from our slavery. - Exodus 13:14
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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