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  • And Joseph was governor in the land of Egypt, and grain was sold under his direction to the people. And when his brothers had reverenced him (Genesis 42, 6)

  • But they did not know that Joseph understood, because he was speaking to them through an interpreter. (Genesis 42, 23)

  • Their father Jacob said, “You have caused me to be without children. Joseph is not living, Simeon is held in chains, and Benjamin you would carry away. All these evils have fallen back upon me.” (Genesis 42, 36)

  • Therefore, the men took the gifts, and double the money, and Benjamin. And they went down into Egypt, and they stood in the presence of Joseph. (Genesis 43, 15)

  • But they also prepared the gifts, until Joseph entered at midday. For they had heard that they would eat bread there. (Genesis 43, 25)

  • And so Joseph entered his house, and they offered him the gifts, holding them in their hands. And they reverenced prone on the ground. (Genesis 43, 26)

  • Then Joseph, lifting up his eyes, saw Benjamin, his brother of the same womb, and he said, “Is this your little brother, about whom you spoke to me?” And again, he said, “May God be compassionate to you, my son.” (Genesis 43, 29)

  • And when it was set out, separately for Joseph, and separately for his brothers, likewise separately for the Egyptians, who ate at the same time, (for it is unlawful for Egyptians to eat with Hebrews, and they consider feasting in this way to be profane) (Genesis 43, 32)

  • Then Joseph instructed the steward of his house, saying: “Fill their sacks with grain, as much as they are able to hold. And place each one’s money at the top of the sack. (Genesis 44, 1)

  • And now they had departed from the city and had set out a short distance. Then Joseph, sending for the steward of his house, said: “Rise up and pursue the men. And when you have overtaken them, say: ‘Why have you returned evil for good? (Genesis 44, 4)

  • And Judah, first among his brothers, entered to Joseph (for he had not yet departed from the place) and together they all fell down before him to the ground. (Genesis 44, 14)

  • Joseph responded: “Far be it from me that I should act in this way. He who stole the cup, he will be my servant. But you may go away free to your father.” (Genesis 44, 17)


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