In the first part of the discussion of Genesis 41, we look at the life of Yosef (Joseph), which had many parallels with the mission of Yeshua the Messiah, such as being No. 2 in Mitsraim (Egypt) and hidden from his brothers. Can we ask God for such vision?
In the second discussion, we read that Pharaoh adopted Yosef into the royal family of Egypt and made him second in command of his entire realm. Pharaoh gave Yosef domestic, military and economic control over Egypt. He even gave Yosef a new name. Yosef forgets his family and his home and accepts his new life.
Continue reading Genesis 41 — God gives Yosef the meaning of the dreams exalts him to No. 2 in Mitsraim; Yosef gets command of Egypt, a new name
What do the dreams by Pharaoh’s baker and wine taster on the coming famine and the interpretations delivered by Yosef (Joseph) that catapulted him to to authority in Mitsraim (Egypt) tell Yosef? What would they tell Messiah Yeshua, the antitype to Yosef’s type?
Continue reading Genesis 39–40 — Dreams with a vision, a mission
The sibling rivalry between Yosef (Joseph) and Leah’s sons, fueled by his dreams that they and even their parents would bow to him, came to a tragic climax as they seized him then sold him to a caravan headed to Mitsraim (Egypt). Yet God remained on control.
Continue reading Genesis 37 — Yosef dreams, his brothers boil then sell him to toil
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In Genesis 12 we hear God’s great command to Abram “go forth from your country” to establish God’s ambassadorial nation, Israel. We also see the great man of faith, Abram, needed to mature in his faith, as we do. Continue reading Genesis 12 — the first promise to Abram
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Feast of Unleavened Bread 2007 — Day 7
Speaker: Richard Agee
The timing of the exodus, travel to the sea, crossing the sea and travel to Mt. Sinai to receive God’s instructions mirrors Messiah’s deliverance of us from slavery to sin, taking us to baptism and then leading us toward His instructions. Continue reading Timing of the Events of the Exodus and the Feast of Unleavened Bread