Monthly Archives: May 2012

Greenstone’s Perspectives #23

HISTORICAL.  We continue our research on Moses.  We’ve seen that his life was spared from the edict of Pharaoh to have all the Hebrew male children exterminated.  His early childhood years was spent under his Hebrew mother’s nurturing influence, and … Continue reading

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Greenstone’s Perspectives #22

HISTORICAL.  Jacob (Israel) lived to be 147 (Genesis 47:28), and the family took his remains back to the land of Canaan where the fathers and their wives were buried (Genesis 49:29-33).  Joseph lived to be 110, and he was buried … Continue reading

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Greenstone’s Perspectives #21

HISTORICAL.  Now we finish looking at the final blessing Israel gave to his sons.  We will cover the special blessing given to Joseph, which I will write out, and make some necessary comments as I do so.  (Genesis Chapter 49) … Continue reading

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Greenstone’s Perspectives #20

GREENSTONE’S PERSPECTIVE #20  HISTORICAL:  We are now working to wrap up the life of Israel.  We begin with Genesis Chapter 49.  We shall especially study the prophecies of Judah and Joseph. We find at the first of Chapter 49 the … Continue reading

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