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  • Joseph was thirty years old when he entered the service of Pharaoh, king of Egypt. After Joseph left Pharaoh's presence, he traveled throughout the land of Egypt. (Genesis 41, 46)

  • he husbanded all the food of these years of plenty that the land of Egypt was enjoying and stored it in the towns, placing in each town the crops of the fields around it. (Genesis 41, 48)

  • When the seven years of abundance enjoyed by the land of Egypt came to an end, (Genesis 41, 53)

  • the seven years of famine set in, just as Joseph had predicted. Although there was famine in all the other countries, food was available throughout the land of Egypt. (Genesis 41, 54)

  • When hunger came to be felt throughout the land of Egypt and the people cried to Pharaoh for bread, Pharaoh directed all the Egyptians to go to Joseph and do whatever he told them. (Genesis 41, 55)

  • When the famine had spread throughout the land, Joseph opened all the cities that had grain and rationed it to the Egyptians, since the famine had gripped the land of Egypt. (Genesis 41, 56)

  • When Jacob learned that grain rations were available in Egypt, he said to his sons: "Why do you keep gaping at one another? (Genesis 42, 1)

  • I hear," he went on, "that rations of grain are available in Egypt. Go down there and buy some for us, that we may stay alive rather than die of hunger." (Genesis 42, 2)

  • So ten of Joseph's brothers went down to buy an emergency supply of grain from Egypt. (Genesis 42, 3)

  • So when they had used up all the rations they had brought from Egypt, their father said to them, "Go back and procure us a little more food." (Genesis 43, 2)

  • 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)

  • "Come closer to me," he told his brothers. When they had done so, he said: "I am your brother Joseph, whom you once sold into Egypt. (Genesis 45, 4)


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