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  • We were twelve brothers, sons of the same father. One of us is no more, and the youngest is at present with our father in Canaan." (Genesis 42, 32)

  • But the man who is lord of the country said to us, "This is how I shall know whether you are honest: leave one of your brothers with me. Take supplies for your starving families and be gone, (Genesis 42, 33)

  • When Judah and his brothers arrived at Joseph's house he was still there, so they fell on the ground in front of him. (Genesis 44, 14)

  • Let your servant stay, then, as my lord's slave in place of the boy, I implore you, and let the boy go back with his brothers. (Genesis 44, 33)

  • Then Joseph could not control his feelings in front of all his retainers, and he exclaimed, 'Let everyone leave me.' No one therefore was present with him while Joseph made himself known to his brothers, (Genesis 45, 1)

  • Joseph said to his brothers, 'I am Joseph. Is my father really still alive?' His brothers could not answer him, they were so dumbfounded at seeing him. (Genesis 45, 3)

  • Then Joseph said to his brothers, 'Come closer to me.' When they had come closer to him he said, 'I am your brother Joseph whom you sold into Egypt. (Genesis 45, 4)

  • He kissed all his brothers, weeping on each one. Only then were his brothers able to talk to him. (Genesis 45, 15)

  • News reached Pharaoh's palace that Joseph's brothers had come, and Pharaoh was pleased to hear it, as were his servants. (Genesis 45, 16)

  • Pharaoh told Joseph, 'Say to your brothers, "Do this: load your beasts and hurry away to Canaan. (Genesis 45, 17)

  • And so he sent his brothers on their way. His final words to them were, 'And let there be no upsets on the way!' (Genesis 45, 24)

  • Then Joseph said to his brothers and his father's family, 'I shall go back and break the news to Pharaoh. I shall tell him, "My brothers and my father's family who were in Canaan have come to me. (Genesis 46, 31)


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