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  • Joseph was unable to restrain himself any longer, standing before so many. Therefore, he instructed that all should go outside, and that no stranger should be among them as they recognized one another. (Genesis 45, 1)

  • And he said to his brothers: “I am Joseph. Is my father still alive?” His brothers were unable to respond, being terrified by a very great fear. (Genesis 45, 3)

  • And he said to them mildly, “Approach toward me.” And when they had approached close by, he said: “I am Joseph, your brother, whom you sold into Egypt. (Genesis 45, 4)

  • Hurry, and go up to my father, and say to him: ‘Your son Joseph commands this: God has caused me to be lord of the entire land of Egypt. Come down to me, do not delay, (Genesis 45, 9)

  • And Joseph kissed all his brothers, and he cried over each one. After this, they were emboldened to speak to him. (Genesis 45, 15)

  • And it was overheard, and the news spread by word throughout the king’s court. The brothers of Joseph had arrived, and Pharaoh was gladdened along with all his family. (Genesis 45, 16)

  • And he told Joseph that he should command his brothers, saying: “ ‘Burden your beasts, and go into the land of Canaan, (Genesis 45, 17)

  • And the sons of Israel did just as they were commanded. And Joseph gave them wagons, according to the command of Pharaoh, and provisions for the journey. (Genesis 45, 21)

  • And they reported to him, saying: “Your son Joseph is alive, and he is ruler throughout all the land of Egypt. When Jacob heard this, he was stirred up, as if from a deep sleep, yet he did not believe them. (Genesis 45, 26)

  • and he said: “It is enough for me, if my son Joseph is still alive. I will go and see him before I die.” (Genesis 45, 28)

  • I will descend with you to that place, and I will lead you back from there, returning. Also, Joseph will place his hands over your eyes. (Genesis 46, 4)

  • The sons of Rachel, the wife of Jacob: Joseph and Benjamin. (Genesis 46, 19)


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