Coat That Father Weaved

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When Father Jacob gathered the material to make Joseph a coat of many colors, he knew just what he needed to get the coat completed. He shirred a beautiful white lamb and carefully combed and curried all the burs and thistles from the fine wool he had taken from the lamb. Little did he know that the coat he was to make for Joseph, his dear son, would stir such a stink with his brothers and separate Joseph from the family. Joseph was a great man who had learned to foretell dreams. He had told Pharaoh what his ...
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Overview

When Father Jacob gathered the material to make Joseph a coat of many colors, he knew just what he needed to get the coat completed. He shirred a beautiful white lamb and carefully combed and curried all the burs and thistles from the fine wool he had taken from the lamb. Little did he know that the coat he was to make for Joseph, his dear son, would stir such a stink with his brothers and separate Joseph from the family. Joseph was a great man who had learned to foretell dreams. He had told Pharaoh what his dream meant, thus saving the great land of Egypt from seven years of famine, to be sent from God Almighty. Because of this, Joseph was made Governor of Egypt while Pharaoh was Ruler.

Joseph's brothers did bow down to him and ask forgiveness for the great wrong they had done to him when they sold him to a band of traders, who also sold spices and other goods which they gathered mostly by dishonest deeds. The band of traders took Joseph to Egypt and sold him as a slave. God was with Joseph, and this act of evil done to him by his brothers, was changed to good. Joseph was able to save his family from starvation by providing them grain for sustenance during the famine throughout the land. Later, Joseph brought them to Egypt to live with him

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781434318466
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publication date: 7/28/2007
  • Pages: 100
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.24 (d)

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