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  • and Israel said, 'That is enough! My son Joseph is still alive. I must go and see him before I die.' (Genesis 45, 28)

  • So Israel set out with all his possessions. Arriving at Beersheba, he offered sacrifices to the God of his father Isaac. (Genesis 46, 1)

  • God spoke to Israel in a vision at night, 'Jacob, Jacob,' he said. 'Here I am,' he replied. (Genesis 46, 2)

  • So Jacob left Beersheba. Israel's sons conveyed their father Jacob, their little children and their wives in the waggons Pharaoh had sent to fetch him. (Genesis 46, 5)

  • Israel sent Judah ahead to Joseph, so that Judah might present himself to Joseph in Goshen. When they arrived in Goshen, (Genesis 46, 28)

  • Joseph had his chariot made ready and went up to Goshen to meet his father Israel. As soon as he appeared he threw his arms round his neck and for a long time wept on his shoulder. (Genesis 46, 29)

  • Israel said to Joseph, 'Now I can die, now that I have seen you in person and seen you still alive.' (Genesis 46, 30)

  • Thus Israel settled in Egypt, in the region of Goshen. They acquired property there; they were fruitful and grew very numerous. (Genesis 47, 27)

  • When Israel's time to die drew near he sent for his son Joseph and said to him, 'If you really love me, place your hand under my thigh as pledge that you will act with faithful love towards me: do not bury me in Egypt! (Genesis 47, 29)

  • 'Swear to me,' he insisted. So he swore to him, and Israel sank back on the pillow. (Genesis 47, 31)

  • When Jacob was told, 'Look, your son Joseph has come to you,' Israel, summoning his strength, sat up in bed. (Genesis 48, 2)

  • When Israel saw Joseph's two sons, he asked, 'Who are these?' (Genesis 48, 8)


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