Abraham, the first person referred to as a Hebrew in Scripture, was given the promise to become the father of many nations. Abraham never became a nation. However, through Abraham’s son Isaac, and then Isaac’s son Jacob (whose name was changed to Israel by YeHoVaH), the promise given to Abraham takes shape. Long before the sons of Israel became the Hebrew Nation of Israel, a Hebrew ruled the nation of Egypt in which Israel grew to become a nation.
Join us as we continue the remarkable story of how YeHoVaH promoted a Hebrew named Joseph, a descendant of Abraham, to become the ruler of Egypt and thereby fulfilled two Biblical prophecies in the message “When a Hebrew Ruled Egypt”.
In preparation for the message, When a Hebrew Ruled Egypt, please read Genesis 41:41-57.