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Genesis 37:1–40:23: All Yosef’s life’s indeed a stage for Mashiakh

Yosef played the messianic role consistently through his life. God is the one in control of Yosef’s life, not Yehudah. Yeshua the Mashiakh wasn’t even born, yet we read all about Him in Yosef’s life. When Yeshua told the elders that all of the Scripture is a testimony of Him, this is just one of the stories Yeshua is referencing in his rebuke of the willfully unbelieving Pharisees.

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Genesis 39-40: Yosef resists wife of Potiphar and interprets three-days-related dreams of cupbearer and baker of Pharaoh

Richard AgeeThe Lord was clearly with Yosef (Joseph) in Potiphar’s house, yet Yosef was framed for jilting an adulterous wife. And the Lord was with Yosef in the prison he was thrown into, interpreting two dreams about the future of the pharaoh’s jailed wine server and baker. The symbols of wine and bread there point to the future life of Yeshua the Messiah.

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Genesis 37: Yosef gets two dreams, a royal coat, sold into slavery

Richard AgeeThis account of Yosef’s dreams and being sold by his brothers into slavery in Mitsraim (Egypt) is the foundation for the teaching through the rest of Genesis and even the Torah. The life of Yeshua the Messiah on Earth paralleled that of Yosef (Joseph).

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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

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.

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Genesis 37 — Yosef dreams, his brothers boil then sell him to toil

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. 

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