(50 Chapters summed up in 80 sentences)

It is written that God created the heaven and earth in six days and on the seventh day He rested and sanctified it. (Gen. 1:1, 1:31, 2:2), (Gen. 2:3)

God created Adam in the likeness of Jesus Christ. (Gen. 1:26)

The angel Satan and man’s prideful heart brought evil upon them selves. (Gen. Chapter 3)

Adam begot a son in his likeness and called him Seth and lived for eight hundred years begetting sons and daughters. (Gen. 5:3-4)

God’s spirit was taken away from man for their hearts and thoughts became evil, so the Lord shortened their days to One hundred and twenty years. (Gen. 6:3-7)

It is written that of all flesh Noah was the only one to find favor in the eyes of the Lord. (Gen. 6:8)

God opened the heavens to pour rain down upon the earth for forty days and forty nights. (Gen.7:171-12)

God saved Noah and his family and Noah lived 950 years replenishing the earth. (Gen. 9:29)

The sons of Noah, Shem, and Ham & Japheth were the nations divided after the flood. (Gen. 10:32)

It is written that once again man’s heart became prideful by building a tower to reach unto heaven. (Gen.11:4)

The Lord confounded their language and scattered the people upon the face of the earth. (Gen.11:7-8)

Shem lived five hundred years and begat sons and daughters. (Gen 11:11)

Abram, son of Terah, was given the land of Canaan from the river of Egypt unto the great river Euphrates. (Gen. 12:7)

Abram’s first son was Ishmael begotten from Sarai’s handmaiden. (Gen. 16:4-6)

It is written that God blessed Ishmael with a great nation of twelve princes. (Gen. 17:20)

God established a covenant with Isaac the before he was born to Sarah and Abraham. (Gen. (21:1-3)

God tempted Abraham to offer his son Isaac as a burnt offering. (Gen. 22:7-13)

It is written that Abraham trusted in the Lord to provide a sacrificial lamb in place of Isaac. (Gen. 22:8)

Abraham was blessed and given the Gate of his enemies. (Gen. 22:17)

It is written that by design Rebekah was brought from the homeland of Abraham to wed Isaac. (Gen. 24:67)

Abraham died threescore and fifteen years and buried next to his wife Sarah. (Gen. 25:8-10)

The Lord appeared to Isaac he told him to dwell in Egypt and God would honor the oath he gave to Abraham. (Gen 26:2-3)

It is written that Jacob deceived Isaac and stole the blessing Isaac meant for Esau, (Gen 27:1-4), (27: 35-41)

Jacob fled from the threats of Esau, and Rebekah sent him to her homeland to find a wife. (Gen. 27:41)
(Gen. 28:2)

Laban, brother of Rebekah had two daughters and Jacob fell in love with the youngest, Rachel. (Gen. 29:11)

Laban brought Leah, his youngest daughter to Jacob to wed by deceit instead of Rachel. (Gen. 29:25)

Rachel was barren and Leah though less loved by Jacob bore him six sons. (Gen. 29:31-35)

Leah and Rachel were in competition to give Jacob a son, even by way of Rachel’s handmaiden Bilhih.
(Gen. 30:4)

God blessed Jacob and Rachel and she finally gave birth to their son Joseph. (Gen. 30-24)

Laban again cheated Jacob when he wanted to take his family and live stock back to his country. (Gen. 30:25)

It is written that God hath seen Jacob’s affliction and the labour of his hand, so Laban made a covenant that they would not harm each other and Laban return unto his land. (Gen. 31:42, 44, 55)

Jacob went on his way, and sent messengers to his brother Esau to ask for grace in his sight. (Gen. 32:3, 5)

Jacob feared that Esau would smite him and his family so he prayed for mercy and sent his live stock with his servants to go before him bearing gifts. (Gen. 32: 6-11)

Jacob wrestled a man angel until the break of dawn that dislocated Jacob’s thigh; the man angel blessed Jacob for having prevailed as a Prince with God and his name was changed to Israel. (Gen. 32:24-32)

It is written that Esau ran to meet his brother Jacob and embraced him, kissing him and they wept. (Gen. 33:4)

Dinah the daughter of Jacob was defiled by Shechem the Hivite prince and later wanted to wed her.
(Gen. 34:2-4)

It is written that the sons of Jacob answered deceitfully saying to become one of them every male had to be circumcised. (Gen. 34:15)

On the third day when each man was sore Jacob’s sons Simeon and Levi killed all the males taking all their live stock, wives and children, Dinah and ruined the city. (Gen. 34:25-26)

God told Jacob to go to Bethel and make there an altar and for the Hivites to put away their strange god’s. (Gen. 35:1)

Rachel died after giving birth to Benjamin. (Gen. 35:19)

Jacob came unto Isaac his father and Isaac died after living a full life and was buried by his sons Esau and Jacob. (Gen. 35:28-29)

Esau took his wives, sons, daughters and beasts and dwelt in mount Seir…Jacob dwelt in the land of Canaan. (Gen.36:6-9), (Gen. 37:1)
It is written that Israel loved Joseph more than all his children and made him a coat of many colors and his brothers hated Joseph. (37:3-4)

Joseph had a dream that his brother’s sheaves of the field stood upright in honor of Joseph and another dream of the sun, moon, and eleven stars make obeisance to him. (Gen. 37:7, 9)

When Joseph went to Dothan seeking his brother’s, they saw him coming and conspired to kill him.
(Gen. 37:18)

Reuben did not want to kill Joseph but to cast him into an empty pit later return him to his father.
(Gen. 37:21-22)

Joseph was stripped out of his coat of many colors…then Judah thought it wiser to sell Joseph for twenty pieces of silver and sell him to the Ishmeelites who were going down to Egypt. (Gen. 37:27-28)

It is written that the brethren took Joseph’s coat and covered it with goat’s blood allowing their father to believe that a wild beast had devoured him. (Gen.37: 31-33)

Judah took a Canaanite named Shuah and she conceived Er, Onan, and Shelah, but Er, was wicked in the sight of the Lord; and the Lord slew him. (Gen. 38:2-7)

Judah told Onan to marry Er’s wife Tamar and raise up a seed for his brother, but Onan spilled his seed on the ground least he should give seed to his brother. (Gen. 38:8-9)

The Lord was displeased with Onan and slew him also, so Judah told Tamar that she should remain a widow at her father’s house until Shelah was grown to marry her. (Gen.38:10-11)

Shuah died and Shelah was now grown but Tamar was not given unto him to wed, so she devised a plan to trick Judah into thinking she was a harlot and she conceived by him with twins. (Gen.38:12-27)

It is written of the twins, Pharez and Zarah…that one twin put out his hand and the midwife bound a scarlet thread to mark which came out first, but the child drew back his hand and so his brother came out first. (Gen. 38:28-30)

The Lord was with Joseph and he became a prosperous man, and his master made him overseer over all that he had. (Gen. 39:1-6)

The master’s wife cast her eyes upon Joseph and she caught him by his garment, but he rejected her wickedness and fled leaving his garment in her hand. (Gen 39:7-12)

Joseph’s master put him into prison, but the Lord was with Joseph and made him prosper there. (Gen.39:20-23)

It is written that the butler and baker offended the King of Egypt so he sent them to prison where Joseph was bound. (Gen. 40:1-3)

Joseph was in charge of them and upon hearing the dream that made them so sad Joseph, through prayer, was able to interpreter the dream for them. (Gen. 40:8-12)

Joseph asked the butler and the baker to remember him kindly to the King because he was stolen away from the Hebrews and did nothing to be put into the dungeon, but they did remember Joseph. (Gen.40:14-23)
It is written after two years the Pharaoh had a dream and called for all the magicians of Egypt to decipher his dream, when they could not, the butler remembered Joseph and the King sent for him. (Gen. 41:1, 8,14,16)

Joseph told the Pharaoh his dream meant seven years of plenty throughout the land and seven years of famine, but the famine would consume the land never remembering the seven years of plenty. (Gen. 41:30-31)

The Pharaoh took up the fifth part of the land of Egypt in the seven plenteous years and stored the food for the seven years of famine. (Gen. 41:34-36)

Joseph was wise in the Lord and the Pharaoh appointed him over his house and ruler over all the land of Egypt. (41:38-41)

Joseph wed Asenath, the daughter of Potipherah priest and she bore him two sons, Manasseh and Ephraim. (Gen; 41:50-52)

The famine came and Joseph opened the storehouse and all the countries came to buy food including the house of Jacob. (Gen. 42:1-5)

When the ten brethren went to buy food from Joseph’s storehouse he knew them, but they knew not him, so he accused them of being spies. (Gen. 42:7-8)

Joseph sent them to prison for three days and after three days told them if they would bring there youngest brother to him it would prove they were not spies. (Gen. 42:14-16)

Joseph took Simeon and bound him and commanded that there sacks be filled with corn and their money restored in their sacks. (Gen. 42:25-28)

When the brother’s discovered the money in their sacks they were afraid and Jacob was bereaved and refused to allow Benjamin to go back with them back to Egypt. (Gen.42:28, 38)

When Jacob’s food supply was eaten he told his sons to go back and buy food, but Judah reminded him that the Governor would not see their face without Benjamin. (Gen. 43:3-3 and 11-14)

It is written the brother’s took presents and double money to Joseph and when he saw Benjamin he invited them all to dine with him at noon and he wept in his chamber. (Gen. 43:15, 30)

Upon their departure Joseph commanded the brother’s sack be filled with as much food and money as they could carry and to put Joseph’s silver cup into Benjamin’s sack. (Gen.44: 1-2)

The soldiers then went after them and Joseph said the one that took the cup will be his servant, but Judah begged him to take his place so we could bring Benjamin back to his father. (Gen. 44:17, 22, 34)

Joseph could not refrain himself and wept telling them he was their brother Joseph. (G.en.45:1)

Joseph placed his father Jacob and his brethren in the best of the land of Rameses as Pharaoh commanded, and they nourished his entire father’s household with bread. (Gen. 47:11)

Upon Jacob’s death he blessed Joseph’s youngest son, Ephraim before Manasseh saying they will both be blessed, but it will be Ephraim who shall become a multitude of nations. (Gen. 48: 17-20)

It is written that Jacob gave all twelve sons his blessing and told them what would befall them in the future. (Gen. Chapter 49)

Joseph fulfilled the wish of Jacob and buried him in the land of Canaan where Abraham and Sarah were buried. (Gen.50:7)

When Joseph was dying he told his brethren that God will bring them unto the land which he swore to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. (Gen.50:24)

Joseph dwelt in Egypt, he, and the household of his father, he lived one hundred and ten years being embalmed and buried in Egypt. (Gen. 50:26)