Genesis 37:3

Genesis 37:3
Now Israel loved Joseph more than his other sons because Joseph was a son born to him in his old age, and he made a robe of many colors for him.
Genesis 37:3

After Thought

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Jacob (Israel) loved Joseph because he had a pure heart and was not like his brothers in their self serving ways. A coat of colors was usually worn by royalty, and would prove to be prophetic. Love sees the royalty in others.
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~ Pastor Bob
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