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  • Joseph called the first Manasseh, for he said, "God has made me forget all my hardship and all my father's house." (Genesis 41, 51)

  • And to Joseph in the land of Egypt were born Manasseh and Ephraim, whose mother was Asenath, the daughter of Potiphera, the priest of On. (Genesis 46, 20)

  • Some time later, when Joseph was told that his father was ill, he took with him his two sons, Manasseh and Ephraim. (Genesis 48, 1)

  • From now on your two sons who were born in Egypt, before I came to you here, are mine! Ephraim and Manasseh shall be mine just as Reuben and Simeon are mine. (Genesis 48, 5)

  • Only the children born after them will be yours and the land they inherit shall be known by the names of Ephraim and Manasseh. (Genesis 48, 6)

  • Joseph then took them both, Ephraim by his right hand to Israel's left, and Manasseh by his left hand to Israel's right. (Genesis 48, 13)

  • Israel raised his right hand and placed it on Ephraim's head, although he was the younger, and placed his left hand on Manasseh's head even though Manasseh was the firstborn. (Genesis 48, 14)

  • Joseph was displeased when he saw his father had placed his right hand on Ephraim's head. So he took his father's hand from Ephraim's head to place it on Manasseh (Genesis 48, 17)

  • He blessed them that day in these words: "Through you Israel will bestow this blessing: May God make you like Ephraim and Manasseh!" So he placed Ephraim ahead of Manasseh. (Genesis 48, 20)

  • long enough to see Ephraim's great-grandchildren, and also to have the children of Machir, the son of Manasseh, placed on his knees after their birth. (Genesis 50, 23)

  • Of the sons of Joseph: for Ephraim, Elishama son of Ammihud; for Manasseh, Gamaliel son of Pedahzur. (Numbers 1, 10)

  • When the tribe of Manasseh had been listed by clans and families, the names of all the males of twenty years and over, able to give military service, were recorded one by one. (Numbers 1, 34)

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