Löydetty 233 Tulokset: Joseph

  • Then Joseph gave orders to have their containers filled with grain, their money replaced in each one's sack, and provisions given them for their journey. After this had been done for them, (Genesis 42, 25)

  • Their father Jacob said to them: "Must you make me childless? Joseph is gone, and Simeon is gone, and now you would take away Benjamin! Why must such things always happen to me?" (Genesis 42, 36)

  • So the men got the gifts, took double the amount of money with them, and, accompanied by Benjamin, were off on their way down to Egypt to present themselves to Joseph. (Genesis 43, 15)

  • When Joseph saw Benjamin with them, he told his head steward, "Take these men into the house, and have an animal slaughtered and prepared, for they are to dine with me at noon." (Genesis 43, 16)

  • Doing as Joseph had ordered, the steward conducted the men to Joseph's house. (Genesis 43, 17)

  • So they went up to Joseph's head steward and talked to him at the entrance of the house. (Genesis 43, 19)

  • The steward then brought the men inside Joseph's house. He gave them water to bathe their feet, and got fodder for their donkeys. (Genesis 43, 24)

  • Then they set out their gifts to await Joseph's arrival at noon, for they had heard that they were to dine there. (Genesis 43, 25)

  • When Joseph came home, they presented him with the gifts they had brought inside, while they bowed down before him to the ground. (Genesis 43, 26)

  • When Joseph's eye fell on his full brother Benjamin, he asked, "Is this your youngest brother, of whom you told me?" Then he said to him, "May God be gracious to you, my boy!" (Genesis 43, 29)

  • With that, Joseph had to hurry out, for he was so overcome with affection for his brother that he was on the verge of tears. He went into a private room and wept there. (Genesis 43, 30)

  • and as portions were brought to them from Joseph's table, Benjamin's portion was five times as large as anyone else's. So they drank freely and made merry with him. (Genesis 43, 34)

“É difícil tornar-se santo. Difícil, mas não impossível. A estrada da perfeição é longa, tão longa quanto a vida de cada um. O consolo é o repouso no decorrer do caminho. Mas, apenas restauradas as forças, é necessário levantar-se rapidamente e retomar a viagem!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina