Talált 233 Eredmények: Joseph

  • Before the famine years set in, Joseph became the father of two sons, borne to him by Asenath, daughter of Potiphera, priest of Heliopolis. (Genesis 41, 50)

  • 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)

  • In fact, all the world came to Joseph to obtain rations of grain, for famine had gripped the whole world. (Genesis 41, 57)

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

  • It was only Joseph's full brother Benjamin that Jacob did not send with the rest, for he thought some disaster might befall him. (Genesis 42, 4)

  • It was Joseph, as governor of the country, who dispensed the rations to all the people. When Joseph's brothers came and knelt down before him with their faces to the ground, (Genesis 42, 6)

  • When Joseph recognized his brothers, although they did not recognize him, (Genesis 42, 8)

  • "It is just as I said," Joseph persisted; "you are spies. (Genesis 42, 14)

  • On the third day Joseph said to them: "Do this, and you shall live; for I am a God-fearing man. (Genesis 42, 18)

  • They did not know, of course, that Joseph understood what they said, since he spoke with them through an interpreter. (Genesis 42, 23)


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