Hosea – First of the twelve “Minor Prophets” listed in the Bible.
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The twelve “minor prophets” in the Old Testament.
This third series on the life of Joseph focuses on how Joseph dealt with his brothers as they were trying to be brought back together.
We looked at the first section, Genesis one through 11, about four great events and now we've moved into the second half where we're in Genesis chapter 12 through chapter 50 and we're looking at four great men. We've already seen Abraham, and Isaac, and Jacob, and now we're into Joseph.
As we've studied through Genesis, people often have a hard time interpreting or misunderstanding God's choice of people, why he chooses one over another, and that's what's going to happen now here in the case of the hero that's going to enter center stage for the rest of the book of Genesis 37-50.
Welcome to another podcast of Rizen Fellowship. We're delighted that you joined us and we hope you're enjoying the study as we go through Genesis. So far, we've looked at the first division of Genesis. In Genesis chapter one through 11, we saw four great events. Now, we've moved into the second division. We're looking at from chapter 12 all the way through chapter 50, and focusing on four great men.
Welcome to another podcast of Rizen Fellowship. We're glad you're here and we're going through the book of Genesis. We've already studied the first 11 chapters, which is the first section of the book talking about the four great advance of the creation; the fall of man, the flood of Noah, and the rebellion at Babel. Now, we're into the second portion of the book, the second division of the book and that's Chapter 12 through chapter 50, and that's about four great man. We looked at Abraham last week as the first Greg person. Now, we go to his son, Isaac as the second great person.
Episode 24 – Genesis 12-50: Four Great People: 1) Abraham, The Greatest Test of All