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Jacob's dying desire. GENESIS, XLVIII, XLIX. He blesseth Joseph's sons. ing-place. And he said, I will do B. C. 1689. Israel's left hand, and Manasseh in as thou hast said.
his left hand toward Israel's right 31 And he said, Swear unto me. Iki.1.47. hand, and brought them near unto And he sware unto him. And Heb.11.21.him. Israels bowed himself upon the
14 And Israel stretched out his bed's head.
(CHAP. 48.) right hand, and laid it upon EphCHAPTER XLVIII. lach.93.13 raim's head, who was the younger, 1 Joseph visits his sick father. 3 Ja
19. and his left hand upon Manasseh's cod repeats the promise, 21 and pro- 35.6,&c. head, guiding his hands wittingly; phesieth their return.
for Manasseh was the firstborn.
b ch.17.8. AND it came to pass, after these
15 T And he blessed Joseph, and
said, God, before whom m my fa
thers Abraham and Isaac did walk, took with him his two sons, Ma
the God which n fed me all my life nasseh and Ephraim.
long, unto this day, 2 And one told Jacob, and said,
16 The Angel o which redeemed p Behold, thy son Joseph cometh un- d Jos. 14.4.
me from all evil, bless the lads; and
let my name be named on them, and
and Isaac; and let them 2 grow into
a multitude q in the midst of the Luz in the land of Canaan, and
earth. blessed me,
17 And when Joseph saw that his 4 And said unto me, Behold, I will 1 heavy.
father laid his right hand upon the make thee fruitful, and multiply
head of Ephraim, it displeased him; thee, and I will make of thee a mulh ch.37.33, and he held up his father's hand, titude of people, and will give this
to remove it from Ephraim's heait land to thy seed after thee, for ban
unto Manasseh's head. everlasting possession.
i Ep.3.20 1 8 And Joseph said unto his father, 5 And now thy two sons, Ephraim k Ex.20.12.
Not so, my father; for this is the manasseh, which c were born" Ley 19 32 firstborn; put thy right hand upon unto thee in the land of Egypt, be
his head. fore I came unto thee into Egypt, www . 19 Ana
19 And his father refused, and said, are mine: as Reuben and Simeon,,.
I know it, my son, I know it: he i ver. 19.
also shall become a people, and he 6 And thy issue, which thou be-mch.17.1. also shall be great: but r truly his
also shall gettest after them, shall be thine, 24.40.
younger s brother shall be greater and shall be d called after the name n Ps. 103.4,5.
than he and his seed shall become of their brethren in their inherit
a 3 multitude of nations. ance.
och.31.11. 20 And he blessed them that day, 7 And as for me, when I came from Is.63.9.
saying, In thee t shall Israel bless, Padan, Rachel e died by me in the p Ps.34.22.
saying, God make thee as Ephraini
and as Manasseh: and he set Eph-
37: with you, and bring you again into
the land of your fathers. and said, Who are these?
'Ir Nu.1.33,35. 22 Moreover, I have given to thee And Joseph said unto his father. Deut.33.17.one portion above v thy brethren,
are my sons, whom God hathech 95 03 which I took out of the hand of the
Amorite with my sword and with
t Ru.4.11, 12.
1 Jacob calleth his sons to bless them: of age, so that he could not uch.50.24.
3 their blessings in particular. 29
.25. 11. His charge concerning his burial.
33 His death.
ANDa Jacob called unto his sons,
gether, that I may tell you that b
which shall befall you in the last Num.24.14. days.c
| 2 Gather yourselves together, and from between his knees, and he c Is.2.2.
hear, ye sons of Jacob; and hearken
3 T Reuben, thou art my firstborn,
21.17. my might, and the beginning d of
my strength, the excellency of dig02
11 And Israel said unto Jos
12 And Joseph brought
Jacob blesseth his
sons, and nity, and the excellency of power: B. C. 1688. [ 23 The z archers have sorel, 4 Unstable as water, 1 thou shalt
ed him, and shot at him, and not excely because e thou wentest 1 do not thou. him: up to thy father's bed: then defiledst e ch.35.22. 24 But his bow a abode in strer thou it: 2 he went up to my couch.l. Deut.5.21. and the arms b of his hands 5 T Simeon f and Levi are bre- or, my
made strong by the hands of thren; 3 instruments of cruelty g are
couch is gone.
mighty God of Jacob; (from the in their habitations.
is the shepherd, c the stone a 60, h my soul, come not thou into J ch.29.33,34.
03 or, their
Israel :) their secret; unto their assembly,
| 25 Even by the God of thy fathe nuine honour, be not thou united : weapons who shall help thee; and by for in their anger they slew a man, of vio | Almighty, who shall bless thee w and in their self-will they 4 digged lence. blessings of heaven above, ble down a wall.
18 ch34.25- sings of the deep that lieth und 7 Cursed be their anger, for it was
blessings of the breasts and of t. fierce; and their wrath, for it was eir wrth for it wash Ps.26.9.
womb: cruel: I will divide i thein in Jacob, l.
Pr. 1.15, 16. 196 Thahlossings of thy father and scatter them in Israel.
4 or, hough
prevailed above the blessings o
1 ed oxen. 8 Judah, thou k art he whom
om i Jos.21.3.
thy progenitors, unto f the utmo: thy brethren shall praise; thy hand k ch.29.35.
bound of the everlasting hills: shall be in the neck of thine ene- Ps.76.1. they shall be on the head of Joseph mies: thy father's children shall 11 Chr.5.2. and on the crown of the head of bown down l before thee.
| Rev.3.9. him that was separate h from his 9 Judah is a lion's whelp; from the m Nu. 23. 24. brethren. prey, my son, thou art gone up: he Rev.5.5. | 27 | Benjamin shall ravin i as a stooped down, he couched as a n Nu.24. 17. wolf; in the morning he shall delion,m and as an old lion; who shall Ps.60.7. vonr the prey, and at night he shall rouse him up?
Is.33.22. I divide the spoil.k
p De, 28.57. 10 The sceptre n shall not depart |
| 28 | All these are the twelve tribes from Judah, nor a lawgiver o from p
9 Is. 11.1-5. HP Eze.21.27.
of Israel: and this is it that their er, until suonar Jno. 11.52. father spake unto them, and blessed come; and unto himr shall the ga- 12.32. them; every one according l to his thering of the people be.
s Mat.21.2. blessing he blessed them. 11 Binding his foal unto the vine, It Is.63.1-3. | 29 And he charged them, and said and his ass's colts onto the choice u Cant.5.10- unto them, I am to be gathered vine: he washed his garments in
16. unto my people: bury me with my winet and his clothes in the blood v Jos, 19.10. | fathers m in the cave that is in the ja of grapes:
w Ju. 13.2,&c. field of Ephron the Hittite; 12 His u eyes shall be red with wine,
th wine 5 arrow
30 In the cave n that is in the and his teeth white with milk. '
field of Machpelah, which is be
* Ps.40.1. 13 T Zebulun v shall dwell at the
efore Mamre, in the land of Canaan, haven of the sea; and he shall be for Chris which Abraham bought with the an haven of ships; and his border daughters. field of Ephron the Hittite for 3 shall be unto Zidon.
wwwepossession of a buryingplace. 14 I Issachar is a strong
31 There they buried Abraham and couching down between two bur-1
39.20. Sarah his wife; there they buried a Job 29.20.
Isaac and Rebekah his wife, and 15 And he saw that rest was good, Ps.37.14,15.
there I buried Leah. and the land that it was pleasant : 1 Ps. 18.32 31.) 32 The purchase of the field and 12 and bowed his shoulder to bear, and Icch.22.214.171.124 of the cave that is therein was from became a servant unto tribute.
50.21. the children of Heth. 16 T Dan w shall judge his people, d Is.28.16. | 33 And when Jacob had made an as one of the tribes of Israel. e Deut.33.27. end of commanding his sons, he gr
17 Dan shall be a serpent by the f Ep.1.3. thered up his feet into the bed, and the way, an 5 adder in the path, that Hab.3.6. yielded up the o ghost, and was biteth the horse heels, so that his rse heels sh that his h Is. 66.5.
The oli Ju. 20. 21.05. gainered p unto his people. rider shall fall backward.
CHAPTER L. 18 I x have waited for thy salva
1 The mourning for Jacob. 7 1 y tion, O LORD!
1 Ro. 12.6,&c.
funeral. 24 Joseph prophesiek 10 19 T Gad, a troop shall overcome m ch.47.30.
his brethren their return: 2612 him; but he y shall overcome at 2Sa. 19.37.
dicth. the last.
nch.23.3,&c. AND Joseph fell upon his få 20 TOut of Asher his bread shall be o Job 14.10. A ther's face, and wept upon him, fat, and he shall yield royal dainties. p ver.29. and kissed him.
21 Naphtali is a hind let loose: LICHAP KO 2 And Joseph commanded his set he giveth goodly words.
a ver. 26.
vants the physicians to a embalm 22 T Joseph is a fruitful bough, 2Ch.16.14. his father and the physicians elli even a fruitful bough by a well, whose! Mat. 26.12. balmed Israel. branches run over the wall.
-1 3 And forty days were fulfilled for
dens ind he sa that it wil so bea
made thee swear.
Jacob's death and funeral. GENESIS, L.
Joseph's death. him; for so are fulfilled the days B. C. 1688., all that went up with him to bury of those which are emhalmed : and
his father, after he had buried his the Egyptians mourned 1 for him b i went.
father. threescore and ten days.
15 T And when Joseph's brethren 4 And when the days of his mourn-bN4.20.29. saw that their father i was dead, ing were past, Joseph spake unto! Deut.34.8. they said, Joseph will peradventhe house of Pharaoh, saying, If Icch.47.29.
ture hate us, and will certainly renow I have found grace in your
quite us all the evil which we did eyes, speak, I pray you, in the ears
unto him. of Pharaoh, saying,
Mat.27.60. 16 And they 3 sent a messenger 5 My father made me swear,c say-je Ex.30 9,26. unto Joseph, saying, Thy father did ing, Lo, 1die: in my grave which Id Deut.34,8, command hefore he died, saying, Bave digged for me in the land of 191.31.13. 17 So shall ye say unto Joseph, Vanaan, there shalt thou bury me. 2Sam.1.17. Forgive, I pray thee k now, the Now therefore let me go up, I pray Job 2.13, trespass of thy brethren, and their thee, and bury my father, and 1 Acts 8,2. sin; for they did unto thee evil: will come again. 6 And Pharaoh said, Go up and
21. e, the
and now, we pray thee, forgive the mourning
trespass of the servants of the God bury thy father, according as he of the
of thy father. And Joseph wept
Egyptians. when they spake unto him. 7 And Joseph went up to bury
| 18 And his brethren also went and his father: and with him went up
fell down before his face : and they all the servants of Pharaoh. the h ch.23.16.
said, Behold, we be thy servants. elders of his house, and all the
19 And Joseph said unto them, elders of the land of Egypt,
Fear not: for am I in the place i And all the house of Joseph, and i ch.27.41. of God? Que brethren and his father's house: Lev.26.36. 20 But as for you, ye thought m omy their little ones, e and their Job 15.21. evil against me; but God meant n OCAS, and their herds, they left in Pr.28. 1. it unto good, to bring to pass, as it the land of Goshen.
3 charged. is this day, to save much people 9 And there went up with him k Pr.28.13. any both chariots and horsemen; 2nd Mat.6.12,
| 21 Now therefore fear ye not: I it was a very great company
14. will nourish you, o and your little 10 And they came to the thresh
ones. And he comforted them, ing-floor of Atad, which is beyond L1.17.3,4. and spake 4 kindly unto them. Jordan, and there they moured Ep.4.32. | 22 | And Joseph dwelt in Egypt, with a great and very sore lamen
Col.3.13. he, and his father's house and tation : and he made a mourning
Jam.5.16. Joseph lived an hundred and ten for his father seven days.
12 De.32.35. years. 11 And when the inhabitants of
23 And Joseph saw Ephraim's p the land, the Canaanites, saw the
children, of the third generation : mourning in the floor of Atad, they
Ro: 12.19. the children also of Machir q the said, This is a grievous mourning
son of Manasseh were 6 brought up to the Egyptians; wherefore the m Ps.56.5. upon Joseph's knees. name of it was called ? Abel-miz 45,6,7. 21 And Joseph said unto his breraim, which is beyond Jordan.
thren, I die: and God will surely 12 And his sons did unto him
visit your and bring you out of according as he commanded g!
this land unto the land which he them:
p Job 42.16. sware to Abraham, to Isaac, and 13 For his sons carried him into Nu.32.39. to Ja
to Jacob. the land of Canaan, and buried him s born.
| 25 And Joseph took an oath s of in the cave of the field of Mach
the children of Israel, saying, God pelah, which Abraham bought a
will surely visit you, and ye shall Win the field for a possession of als Ex. 13, 19, carry up my bones from hence. varyingplace of Ephron the Hit- Jos.24.32 | 26 So Joseph died, being an huntite, before Mamre.
Acts 7.16. Idred and ten years old and they 14 And Joseph returned into
Heb.11.22. embalmed him, and he was put in
la coftin in Egypt. Egypt, he, and his brethren, and!
un Abraham bought hm Ex.3.16,
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| B. C. 1706. and the name of the other Puah;) 22 Pharaoh commandeth the male
- 16 And he said, When ye do the children to be cast into the river. la Gen.46.8. I office of a midwife to the Hebrew NOW these are the names of the 1 thigh.
women, and see them upon the children of Israel, which came De 10 stools, if it be a son, then ye shall
b De.10.22. into a Egypt; every man and his
kill him: but if it be a daughter, household came with Jacob.
then she shall live. 2 Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and
nd d Ge.46.3.
17 But the midwives feared m Judah,
God, and did not as the king of 3 Issachar, Zebulun, and Benja-|
Ps. 106.24. 1
Egypt commanded them, but saved min,
e Ec.2. 19.
the men-children alive. 4 Dan, and Naphtali, Gad, and.
18 And the king of Egypt called Asher.
If Ps.83.3,4. for the midwives, and said unto 5 And all the souls that came out
them, Why have ye done this thing, of the 1 loins of Jacob were seven
and have saved the men-children ty b souls: for Joseph was in Egypt |
1 Cor.3. 19. already.
19 And the midwives said unton
Jam.3. 15. 6 And Joseph died, cand all his ch.3.7.
Pharaoh, Because the Hebrew wobrethren, and all that generation. Ge. 15.13. men are not as the Egyptian wo
7 And the children of Israel | Deut. 26.6. men; for they are lively, and are
they af. the midwives: and the people mul8 Now there arose up a new flicted tiplied, and waxed very mighty. king over Egypt, which knew e not them, so 21 And it came to pass, because Joseph.
they mul the midwives feared God, that hep 9 And he said unto his people, liplied. made them houses. Behold, the people of the children i ch.2.23. 22 And Pharaoh charged all his of Israel are more and mightier
people, saying, Every son that is than we:
born ye shall cast into the river, 10 Come on, let us deal wisely f
and every daughter ye shall save with them; lest they multiply, and
alive. it come to pass, that, when there k Ps.81.6.
CHAPTER II. falleth out any war, they join also Na.3.14.
2 Moses is born, and put into the unto our enemies, and fight against, mies, and ngn asas 2 Lev. 25.43.
flags : 5 he is found, and brouyht us, and so get them up out of the Is.58.6.
up by Pharaoh's daughter; 21 his land.
marriage. 11 Therefore they did set over
AND there went a man a of the them task-masters, to affict themg
A house of Levi, and took to wife with their burdens. And they built Im Ne.5.15. a daughter of Levi. for Pharaoh treasure-cities, Pithom Pr. 16.6. | 2 And the woman conceived, and and h Raamses.
bare a son; and when she saw him 12 2 But the more they afflicted
that he was a goodly child, she hido them, the more they multiplied and ACS 3.23. him three months. grew. And they were grieved be
an Jos, 2.4.
| 3 And when she could not longer cause of the children of Israel. I. PAT 18" hide him, she took for him an ark 13 And the Egyptians made the Ec.8.12.
of bulrushes, and daubed it with children of Israel to serve with Is.3.10. slime and with pitch, and put the rigour:
Heb.6. 10. child therein; and she laid it in 14 And they made their lives ilp 1 Sam.2.35. I the flags by the river's brink.. bitter with hard bondage, in mor- 2 Sam.7.11.) 4 And his sister stood afar off, to tar, and in brick, k and in all man- ! Ki.2.24. wit what would be done to him.. ner of service in the field: all their Ps. 127.1. | 5 | And the daughter of Fundo service, wherein they made them (CHAP. 2.) came down to wash hersel at ung serve, was with rigour.l
a ch.6.20. river; and her maidens walked 15 T And the king of Egypt spakel Acts 7.20. Jalong by the river's side; and whe to the Hebrew midwives : (of which Heb. 11.23. i she saw the ark among the top the name of the one was Shiphrah,
- she sent her maid to fetch it. 60