Jacob Blesses His Family and a
Twelve Tribes of
Bible Study of Genesis
lesson for Genesis Bible
study teaches us
about how the twelve tribes of Israel came about as
Jacob blesses his family.
received the most. Why?
Read the passage
by Bob Pardue
The Blessing of
Jacob ( Israel )
Birth of a
This passage seems to go on
and on with Jacob naming each son and telling how
the past of each would be a reflection of the
future. But, in reality Jacob was forming the
twelve tribes of Israel. The nation is born.
Today is the
I am not focusing on the
birth of Israel in this lesson even though this is
an historical event. What I would like to mention
is - what we do today will become the past
What are you doing today and
how will it affect your future and the future of
those around you?
Something for all of us to
think about. This is why
the main point I'd like to present is about Judah.
Judah Received a Lion's
Share of the Blessing
Why was he promised so much
by Jacob's blessing? Wasn't
Judah the brother who sold Joseph into slavery?(
It may be that Judah was the
one brother who was changed so dramatically and was
truly concerned with his other brother Benjamin -
and his father when Joseph was putting him through
The Future Line of
Nevertheless, Judah was
blessed greatly by God and produced the line of
kings of Israel. And, the
Kings of Judah are the ancestors of David and
Savior, Jesus Christ.
God is the
These verses show how God can
work in all situations and bring about His glory,
even to the extent of knowing what the future will
bring. God knows our future too!
Love in Christ
If you have never made the
decision to receive the love and life-changing
experience of Jesus Christ, please take a moment to
here for the John 3:16 verse
and read the information.
Learn More about God in the
Old Testament from Genesis
Scares His Brothers in Egypt
Trek a Second Journey to Egypt
is Set up with a Silver Cup
Finally Reveals Himself to His
Verses about the blessing of Jacob and the
beginning of Israel are from New American Standard
Bible & New King James Version. Lesson for
study from Life Application Study Bible: