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  1. Genesis 12:3: Stephen's address and Abraham's call
  2. Genesis, chapters 45 and 49: Ephraim and Manasseh addressed first
  3. Genesis 35:9-15: The covenant renewed with Jacob
  4. Genesis 26: 1-5: A messianic promise to Abraham
  5. Acts, chapter 7: The covenant renewed with Isaac

In Genesis 12:3, God speaks to Abraham and calls him to leave his home and go to a land that God will show him. This is known as Abraham's call. In the book of Acts, chapter 7, Stephen gives a speech in which he discusses the history of the Israelites and the fulfillment of God's promise to Abraham.

In Genesis, chapters 45 and 49, Jacob (also known as Israel) blesses his two grandsons, Ephraim and Manasseh, and gives them a special place in the family.

In Genesis 35:9-15, Jacob (now known as Israel) has a vision in which God renews the covenant made with Abraham, promising that Jacob's descendants will be blessed and will spread blessings to all nations.

In Genesis 26: 1-5, God makes a promise to Abraham that through his descendants, all nations will be blessed. This is known as a messianic promise, as it foreshadows the coming of Jesus, who is descended from Abraham and is believed by Christians to be the savior of the world.

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