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  • And these are the names of the children of Israel, that entered into Egypt, he and his children. His firstborn Ruben, (Genesis 46, 8)

  • So Israel dwelt in Egypt, that is, in the land of Gessen, and possessed it: and grew, and was multiplied exceedingly. (Genesis 47, 27)

  • And he said: Swear then to me. And as he was swearing, Israel adored God, turning to the bed's head. (Genesis 47, 31)

  • For Israel's eyes were dim by reason of his great age, and he could not see clearly. And when they were brought to him, he kissed and embraced them. (Genesis 48, 10)

  • And he set Ephraim on his right bend, that is, towards the left hand of Israel; but Manasses on his left hand, to wit, towards his father's right hand, and brought them near to him. (Genesis 48, 13)

  • And he blessed them at that time, saying: In thee shall Israel be blessed, and it shall be said: God do to thee as to Ephraim, and as to Manasses. And he set Ephraim before Manasses. (Genesis 48, 20)

  • Gather yourselves together, and hear, O ye sons of Jacob, hearken to Israel your father: (Genesis 49, 2)

  • Cursed be their fury, because it was stubborn: and their wrath because it was cruel: I Will divide them in Jacob, and will scatter them in Israel. (Genesis 49, 7)

  • Dan shall judge his people like an- other tribe in Israel. (Genesis 49, 16)

  • His bow rested upon the strong, and the bands of his arms and his hands were loosed, by the hands of the mighty one of Jacob: thence he came forth a pastor, the stone of Israel. (Genesis 49, 24)

  • All these are the twelve tribes of Israel: these things their father spoke to them, and he blessed every one, with their proper blessings. (Genesis 49, 28)

  • These are the names of the children of Israel, that went into Egypt with Jacob: they went in, every man with his household: (Exodus 1, 1)


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