Birth of the Jews Chapter 38

In this Teaching , Arthur focuses on Israel’s son Judah, his marriage to a Canaanite woman, and the promise Judah made to his daughter-in-law that would later be recognized in the Torah given by YeHoVaH in Deuteronomy 25:5-10.

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Envy, Money and Deception Chapter 37:12-36

The plan concocted by the sons of Israel was to kill Joseph and then lie to their father. On the surface, it seems all of the brothers were in on the plan.

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Sibling Rivalry Chapter 37:1-11

This teaching looks at sibling rivalry as played out in the household of Israel.

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Esau and the Edomites Chapter 36

This portion of Scripture implies that Esau and Israel lived in proximity to each other. As we studied last week, they were in communication with each other because they came together to bury their father, Isaac.

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The Sons of Israel Chapter 35:16-29

After Israel left Bethel, Rachael went into labor. She brought forth a son, but she died in the process. She named her son Benoni, but Israel called him Benjamin. Rachel was buried in the way to Ephrath which is called Bethlehem.

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The Terror of God Chapter 35:1-15

In the mist of the trouble caused by Simeon and Levi, Israel is concerned about the people around him in the land coming against him and his house.

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The Children of Israel Chapter 34

In this passage, Dinah, the daughter of Leah and Israel, goes on an adventure and is discovered by the son of the king who according to this passage had sexual relations with her.

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Israel, Esau, and Grace Chapter 33

Israel cared for all of his family, however his selection of how he aligned them in preparation to meet Esau showed his preferences toward them.

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From Jacob to Israel Chapter 32:22-32

There are several lessons we can learn from the life of Israel or Jacob as we look at what Father has done and said. Men, even to this day, tend to ignore YeHoVaH’s Words and therefore the lessons they contain.

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Love and Hate Chapter 29:30-35 and Chapter 30:1-24

In this teaching, we will learn the 3 C’s of Haran: Customs, Culture, and Contracts or Covenants. These customs set the foundation for the birth of a nation and the 12 tribes of Jacob or Israel.

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