CrossWay Church
November 15, 2020: Israel's Death
These are the Bible passage and sermon notes for our Sunday morning worship services.
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  • CrossWay Church Battle Ground
    311 N Parkway Ave, Battle Ground, WA 98604, USA
    Sunday 9:30 PM
  • CrossWay Church
    Sunday 10:00 PM
Genesis 48:1-50:14: Israel’s Death

I) Jacob's final interaction with Joseph. Genesis 48

A) Jacob knows he will ___________ soon.

B) Jacob reminds Joseph and his sons of God’s covenantal __________.

C) Jacob _______________ Ephraim and Manasseh as his own sons.

D) Jacob _____________ Joseph and his sons.

1) He encourages them to trust God’s ______________.

2) He asks God to continue his promise to Jacob to this next ___________________.

E) Jacob announces that the _________ Ephraim will become the greater.

II) Jacob gathers the family for a final blessing. Genesis 49

A) Reuben, Simeon and Levi’s past actions ____________ their rights.

B) Judah will flourish.

1) His descendants will ___________ in the future nation.

2) Christ’s final rule is prophesied in this blessing.

C) Zebulun, Issachar, Dan, Gad, Asher and Naphtali will ___________.

D) Joseph’s descendants will be very _______________.

E) Benjamin will _____________.

III) Jacob's Death and Burial Genesis 49:29-50:14

A) Jacob repeats his wish to be ___________ in the promised land.

1) Jacob knows that when he ______ he will join the people of God.

2) He wants to remind his descendants Egypt is not their final ______.

B) Jacob dies.

C) Jacob is given the ___________ treatment by Egyptians.

D) God keeps his _________. Jacob is buried in his homeland.

IV) God’s plan of redemption for today!

A) Parents it is vitally important that we _______________ teach our children about Christ’s redemption.Deuteronomy 6:4-9

B) Believers have a Great _________who is leading them through life! John 10:11, Psalm 23

C) Believers can be _______________that if they have put their faith in Christ they will be with God and his people when they die.John 14:1-10

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