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This week we’re following Yaakov’s life as he leaves his father’s home and begins a family of his own.
This is an exciting and sad week for Yaakov, while he is reunited with his long lost brother and has a birth of his final son, he also loses loved ones.
Yosef grows from a young man in Canaan, where he was his father’s favorite to a slave and eventually a prisoner in Egypt.
Before Yaakov dies, he gathers his family around him to bless them and to ask them to bury him back in Canaan. At the end of this week’s Torah reading, Yosef’s last request is the same as his father’s, that he too be buried in Canaan.
With the start of the book of Shmot, we watch the difficult living conditions the Jews are forced to endure. We also watch the birth and growth of Moshe.
Things start to unravel for the people of Egypt as Moshe, Aharon and God begin sending plagues on to the Egyptians.