If you were on your deathbed, knowing that death was imminent, what would you say to your children? Your loved ones? What baton of legacy would you want handed down generationally?
In Genesis 48, our next chapter in our study of the first book in the Bible, this is exactly what is going on. Jacob is dying. He calls Joseph, his beloved son to come to him, and Joseph comes with his two sons, Ephraim and Mannaseh.
What does Jacob say to his son and grandsons? Does it give us insights into how we should approach our own generational and family legacies?