Come, FREE Primary Printable Download | Follow Me Old Testament Lesson 9: February 21–27 The Covenant Is Renewed Genesis 24–27

FREE Primary Printable Download | Come Follow Me Old Testament Lesson 9: February 21–27 The Covenant Is Renewed Genesis 24–27

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Come Follow Me – Week 9 (February 21-27, 2022)

Genesis 24: Abraham commands that Isaac shall not marry a Canaanite—The Lord guides Abraham’s servant in choosing Rebekah as a wife for Isaac—Rebekah is blessed to be the mother of thousands of millions—She marries Isaac.

Genesis 25: Abraham marries, has descendants, dies, and is buried in the cave of Machpelah—His descendants through Ishmael are listed—Rebekah conceives, and Jacob and Esau struggle in her womb—The Lord reveals their destiny to Rebekah—Esau sells his birthright for a mess of pottage.

Genesis 26: The Lord promises Isaac posterity as the stars of heaven in number—In his seed, all nations will be blessed—The Lord prospers Isaac, temporally and spiritually, for Abraham’s sake—Isaac offers sacrifices—Esau marries Hittite wives to the sorrow of his parents.

Genesis 27: Rebekah guides Jacob in seeking blessings—Jacob is blessed to have dominion and rule over peoples and nations—Esau hates Jacob and plans to slay him—Rebekah fears that Jacob may marry one of the daughters of Heth.

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Jacob and His Family

How the Lord keeps His promises

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

Jacob left his home to escape his angry brother Esau. Jacob’s father blessed him to find and marry a woman who loved the Lord and kept His commandments.

Genesis 27:42–4628:1–5

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

While Jacob traveled, the Lord visited him in a vision. He promised to always be with Jacob. Jacob promised to give the Lord a tenth of all he received.

Genesis 28:10–16, 20–22

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

The Lord promised Jacob that he would have many children. Through Jacob’s children, the families of the earth would be blessed to know the Savior. Jacob’s family in the latter days is called the house of Israel.

Genesis 28:3–4, 14; Nephi 10:14

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

Jacob traveled to a land called Haran. There he fell in love with a righteous woman named Rachel.

Genesis 27:4329:9–20

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

Jacob agreed to work seven years for her father, Laban, if Laban would allow him to marry Rachel. Laban agreed. Jacob worked for seven years.

Genesis 29:21–27

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

But Laban wanted Leah, his oldest daughter, to be married first. During the wedding, Laban tricked Jacob and had him marry Leah instead. But Jacob loved Rachel. He promised to work another seven years if he could also marry her. Laban agreed, and Jacob’s family began to grow.

Genesis 29:28–3530:3–13, 17–24Jacob 2:27–30

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

Laban did not pay Jacob fairly. But the Lord blessed Jacob with many animals and told Jacob to go back home.

Genesis 30:31, 4331:1–7, 17–18

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

On his way home, Jacob learned that his brother Esau and 400 men were coming to meet him.

Genesis 32:3–6

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

Jacob thought Esau might still be angry at him. Jacob feared for the safety of his family, so he took them to a safe place and prayed.

Genesis 32:7–24

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

Jacob prayed all night and into the morning. The Lord visited Jacob and blessed him. The Lord told Jacob that he would be a great leader to many. The Lord changed Jacob’s name to Israel.

Genesis 32:24–30

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

Soon Esau and his men found Jacob and his family. Esau was no longer angry with Jacob. He ran to meet Jacob and hugged him. He was very happy to see him and meet his family. Jacob was happy to see Esau again too.

Genesis 33:1–7

Old Testament Stories: Jacob and His Family

The Lord kept His promises to Jacob throughout his life. Jacob arrived home with his family and settled there. From then on, Jacob was called Israel, and his family were called Israelites. He continued to keep the commandments and worship the Lord.

Genesis 33:17–20

Come, Follow Me
Old Testament Lesson 10:
February 28–March 6

“Surely the Lord Is in This Place”
Genesis 28–33

Genesis 28: Isaac forbids Jacob to marry a Canaanite—He blesses Jacob and his seed with the blessings of Abraham—Esau marries a daughter of Ishmael—Jacob sees in vision a ladder reaching up into heaven—The Lord promises him seed as the dust of the earth in number—The Lord also promises Jacob that in him and in his seed all the families of the earth will be blessed—Jacob covenants to pay tithes.

Genesis 29: Jacob meets Rachel at the well—He serves Laban seven years for her—Laban gives to Jacob first Leah then Rachel in marriage—Jacob serves another seven years—Leah bears Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah.

Genesis 30: Jacob marries Bilhah, and she bears Dan and Naphtali—He marries Zilpah, and she bears Gad and Asher—Leah bears Issachar and Zebulun and a daughter, Dinah—Then Rachel conceives and bears Joseph—Jacob works for Laban for wages of cattle and sheep.

Genesis 31: The Lord commands Jacob to return to Canaan, and Jacob departs secretly—Laban pursues him; they resolve their differences and make a covenant of peace—Laban blesses his descendants, and he and Jacob part company.

Genesis 32: Jacob sees angels—He asks God to preserve him from Esau, for whom he prepares presents—He wrestles all night with a messenger of God—Jacob’s name is changed to Israel—He sees God face to face.

Genesis 33: Jacob and Esau meet and are reconciled—Esau receives Jacob’s presents—Jacob settles in Canaan, where he builds an altar.

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