Nave's Topics


1. Son of Jacob:

General references

Gen 30:24

Personal appearance of

Gen 39:6

His father's favorite child

Gen 33:2; Gen 37:3-4; Gen 37:35; Gen 48:22; 1Ch 5:2; Joh 4:5

His father's partiality for, excites the jealousy of his brethren

Gen 37:4; Gen 37:11; Gen 37:18-28; Psa 105:17; Act 7:9

His prophetic dreams of his fortunes in Egypt

Gen 37:5-11

Sold into Egypt

Gen 37:27-28

Is falsely reported to his father as killed by wild beasts

Gen 37:29-35

Is bought by Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh

Gen 37:36

Is prospered of God

Gen 39:2-5; Gen 39:21; Gen 39:23

Is falsely accused, and cast into prison; is delivered by the friendship of another prisoner

Gen 39-40; Psa 105:18

Is an interpreter of dreams:

Of the two prisoners

Gen 40:5-23

Of Pharaoh

Gen 41:1-37

His name is changed to Zaphnathpaaneah

Gen 41:45

Is promoted to authority next to Pharaoh at thirty years of age

Gen 41:37-46; Psa 105:19-22

Takes to wife the daughter of the priest of On

Gen 41:45

Provides against the years of famine

Gen 41:46-57

Exports the produce of Egypt to other countries

Gen 41:57

Sells the stores of food to the people of Egypt, exacting of them all their money, flocks and herds, lands and lives

Gen 47:13-26

Exempts the priests from the exactions

Gen 47:22; Gen 47:26

His father sends down into Egypt to buy corn

Gen 42-44

Reveals himself to his brethren; sends for his father; provides the land of Goshen for his people; and sustains them during the famine

Gen 45-46; Gen 47:1-12

His two sons

General references

Gen 41:50; Gen 41:52

See Ephraim, 1; Manasseh, 1

Mourns the death of his father

Gen 50:1-14

Exacts a pledge from his brethren to convey his remains to Canaan

Gen 50:24-25; Heb 11:22; Exo 13:19; Jos 24:32; Act 7:16

Death of

Gen 50:22-26

His kindness of heart

Gen 40:7-8

His integrity

Gen 39:7-12

His humility

Gen 41:16; Gen 45:7-9

His wisdom

Gen 41:33-57

His piety

Gen 41:51-52

His faith

Gen 45:5-8

Was a prophet

Gen 41:38-39; Gen 50:25; Exo 13:19

God's providence with

Gen 39:2-5; Psa 105:17-22

His sons conjointly called Joseph

Deu 33:13-17

Descendants of

Gen 46:20; Num 26:28-37

2. Father of Igal the spy

Num 13:7

3. Of the sons of Asaph

1Ch 25:2; 1Ch 25:9

4. A returned exile

Ezr 10:42

5. A priest

Neh 12:14

6. Husband of Mary:

General references

Mat 13:55; Mar 6:3; Mat 1:18-25; Luk 1:27

His genealogy

Matt 1:1-16; Luke 3:23-38

An angel appears and testifies to the innocency of his betrothed

Mat 1:19-24

Dwells at Nazareth

Luk 2:4

Belongs to the city of Bethlehem

Luk 2:4

Goes to Bethlehem to be enrolled

Luk 2:1-4

Jesus born to

Mat 1:25; Luk 2:7

Presents Jesus in the temple

Luke 2:22-39

Returns to Nazareth

Luk 2:39

Warned in a dream to escape to Egypt in order to save the child's life

Mat 2:13-15

Warned in a dream to return to Nazareth

Mat 2:19-23

Attends the annual feast at Jerusalem with his family

Luk 2:42-51

7. Of Arimathaea. Begs the body of Jesus for burial in his own tomb

Mat 27:57-60; Mar 15:42-47; Luk 23:50-56; Joh 19:38-42

8. Three ancestors of Joseph

Luk 3:24; Luk 3:26; Luk 3:30

9. Called Barsabas, surnamed Justus. One of the two persons nominated in place of Judas

Act 1:21-23

10. A designation of the ten tribes of Israel

Amo 5:6


Taken from: Nave's Topics were originally produced by Orville J. Nave (1841-1917)