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  • When Reuben went back to the cistern and saw that Joseph was not in it, he tore his clothes, (Genesis 37, 29)

  • They took Joseph's tunic, and after slaughtering a goat, dipped the tunic in its blood. (Genesis 37, 31)

  • He recognized it and exclaimed: "My son's tunic! A wild beast has devoured him! Joseph has been torn to pieces!" (Genesis 37, 33)

  • The Midianites, meanwhile, sold Joseph in Egypt to Potiphar, a courtier of Pharaoh and his chief steward. (Genesis 37, 36)

  • When Joseph was taken down to Egypt, a certain Egyptian (Potiphar, a courtier of Pharaoh and his chief steward) bought him from the Ishmaelites who had brought him there. (Genesis 39, 1)

  • But since the LORD was with him, Joseph got on very well and was assigned to the household of his Egyptian master. (Genesis 39, 2)

  • he took a liking to Joseph and made him his personal attendant; he put him in charge of his household and entrusted to him all his possessions. (Genesis 39, 4)

  • From the moment that he put him in charge of his household and all his possessions, the LORD blessed the Egyptian's house for Joseph's sake; in fact, the LORD'S blessing was on everything he owned, both inside the house and out. (Genesis 39, 5)

  • Having left everything he owned in Joseph's charge, he gave no thought, with Joseph there, to anything but the food he ate. Now Joseph was strikingly handsome in countenance and body. (Genesis 39, 6)

  • One such day, when Joseph came into the house to do his work, and none of the household servants were then in the house, (Genesis 39, 11)

  • He seized Joseph and threw him into the jail where the royal prisoners were confined. But even while he was in prison, (Genesis 39, 20)

  • the LORD remained with Joseph; he showed him kindness by making the chief jailer well-disposed toward him. (Genesis 39, 21)


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