The answer to this question can be found in the Book of Mormon. In the book of Mosiah, we read about a man named Mormon who was entrusted with the records of his people. These records included the history of their dealings with the Nephites, as well as the account of Joseph’s life and his acts. Mormon specifically mentions that the record of Joseph’s life was written in the book of Manasseh, which was one of the books that he had abridged. Therefore, we can conclude that the account of Joseph’s life as recorded in the Book of Mormon was also included in the book of Manasseh.
Other related questions:
What sin did Manasseh commit?
Some believe that Manasseh committed the sin of idolatry, as he is recorded as having “made Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem to err, and to do worse than the heathen, whom the LORD had destroyed before the children of Israel” (2 Chron. 33:9).
What does Genesis 37 teach us?
Genesis 37 teaches the story of Joseph, who was sold into slavery by his brothers and ended up in Egypt. Joseph rose to power in Egypt and eventually forgave his brothers, who had come to Egypt to seek food during a famine. This story teaches us about the importance of forgiveness and reconciliation.
Why did Jacob bless Ephraim more than Manasseh?
There is no definitive answer to this question, but there are a few possible explanations. Some commentators believe that Jacob may have intended to reflect the future prominence of Ephraim’s tribe in Israelite history; others suggest that he may have been trying to compensate for the fact that Ephraim, as the younger son, would receive a smaller inheritance than Manasseh. It is also possible that Jacob was simply expressing his personal preference for Ephraim over Manasseh.
What book speaks about Joseph?
The Bible speaks about Joseph in the book of Genesis.
- (page 2) – Bible Verses About Joseph – 214 passages – Sarata
- 2 Kings 21 – The Wicked Reigns of Manasseh and Amon
- Manasseh of Judah – Wikipedia
- Who was King Manasseh in the Bible? – GotQuestions.org