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1. Reuben (Num. 26:5–11): 43,730 Rueben means look or see, a son. 2. Simeon (Num. 26:12–14): 22,200which means hearing 3. Gad (Num. 26:15–18): 40,500Gad (fortune) 4. Judah (Num. 26:19–22): 76,500 s meaning ‘praised’, as derived from the root ydh, ‘to praise

5. Issachar (Num. 26:23–25): 64,300j Issachar sounds like the Hebrew for reward. 6. Zebulun (Num. 26:26–27): 60,500 “gift” as well as “honor” 7. Manasseh (Num. 26:28–34): 52,700 8. Ephraim (Num. 26:35–37): 32,500 9. Benjamin (Num. 26:38–41): 45,600Son of my right hand 10. Dan (Num. 26:42–43): 64,400 (judgement), saying, “God hath judged me 11. Asher (Num. 26:44–47): 53,400 (happy) (“blessing”) 12. Naphtali (Num. 26:48–50): 45,400(wrestlings), My struggle 13. Levi (Num. 26:57–62): 23,000 which means attachment, saying, (joined),
God has used some of the worst things to accomplish some of the best.

Barry, J. D., Grigoni, M. R., Heiser, M. S., Custis, M., Mangum, D., & Whitehead, M. M. (2012). Faithlife Study Bible. Bellingham, WA: Logos Bible Software.

Willmington, H. L. (1999). The Outline Bible (Nu 26:5–62). Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers.

Reuben – viewing (or behold) the son
Simeon – hearing and obeying
Levi – joining or cleaving to
Judah – confession or praise of God
Zebulon – home or dwelling place
Issachar – reward or what is given by way of reward
Dan – judging
Gad – a company
Asher – happy or blessed (blessings). This word is always in the plural form.
Naphtali – a wrestler or striving with
Joseph – added, an addition
Benjamin – son of the right hand

Reuben – Focus/Worship
Simeon – Wisdom
Levi – Embrace
Judah – Praise/Declare
Zebulon – Abide
Issachar – Reward/Treasure
Dan – Discernment
Gad – Fellowship
Asher -Blessings
Naphtali – Conqueror or victory…...

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