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Foseph in Egypt :
His imprisonment, in law) and she said, What wilt thou give me. fing of the LORD was upon all that he had in that thou maye come in unto me?
the house, and in the field. Heb.
17 And he said, I will fend thee ta kid from 6 And he left all that he had in Josephs did of
the Aock: and the faid, Wilt thou give me a hand: and he knew not ought he had!, fave the the goats. pledge till thou send it ?
bread which he did eat; and Joseph was a good
and he gave that his inasters wife cast her eyes upon Jofeph,
8 But he refused, and said unto his masters to him. 19 And she arosesand went away, and laid by wife, Behold, my master woteth not what is
her vail from her, and put on the garments of with me in the house, and he hath committed
all that he hath to my hand.
21 Then he asked the men of that place, saying, I do this great wickedness,and fin against God? 101, in
Where is the harlot that was ll openly by the 10 And it came to pass, as she spake to Joseph tauijm.
way fide ? And they said. There was no harlut day by day, that he hearkened not unto her to lic
by her, or to be with her.
33 Ani Judah laid, Let her take it to her, left within. + Heb.
we f be shamed: behold, I sent this kidsand thou Become : haft not found her,
12 And she caught him by his garment, saycoatem pe.
ing, Lie with me: and he left his garment in her
hath played the harlot, and left his garment in her hand, and was fied forth
25 When she was brought furth, the sent to her in an Hebrew unto us, to mock us : he came in
lifted up my voice and cried, that he left his gar-
17 And the spake unto him according to
28 And it came to pass when she travailed, that mock me.
and bound upon his hand a scarlet threed, lay- and cried, that he left his garment with me, and
fied ont. 29 And it came to pass as he drew back his 19 And it came to pass, when his master heard made
ibis hand, that behold, his brother came our : and the words of his wife,which she spake unto him, breach
the faid, How haft thou bruken forth? this saying, After this manner did thy servant to me, againtr thee? breach be upon thee: therefore his name was that his wrath was kindled. That is, called y * Pharez.
20 And Josephs master took him, and put him a breach.
30 And afterwards came out his brother, that into the prison, a place where the kings prison1.1 Cbro. had the scarlet threed upon his hand, and his ers were bound and he was there in the prison. Mat.1.3. name was called Zarah.
21 [ But the LORD, was with Jofeph, and CHA P. XXXIX.
tshewed him mercy, and gave him favour in the + Heb. I forepb advanced in Potiphars bouje: 7 He refleth light of the keeper of the prison. bis mistresses temptation: 13 He is falfy accused: 22 And the keeper of the prison committed kindness 19He is caft in prison, 21 God is with bim there. to Josephs hand all the prisoners that were in the
LORD was with him: and that which he did,
I The butler and baker of Pharaob in prison. 4703. And his matter faw that the LORD DAS sepb bath charge of them: 5 He interpretech tbeir with him, and that the LORD made all that he dreams. 20 They come to pass according to bis did to prosper in his hand.
interpretation, 23 The ingratitude of the butler. 4 Joseph found grace in his fight and he
thingsthat boulesand all that he had he put into his hand. ker had oftended their lord the king of Egypt..
5 And it came to pass from the time that he 2 And Pharaoh was wroth against two of his
overseer in his house, and over officers, against the chief of the butlers, and
A foever they did there, he was
Foleph interpreteth two dreams. Genelis. Pharaohs dreimi internet,
the captain of the guard, into the prison, the is advanced : 50 He begettetb Manasseb and E-
pbraim. 54 The famine beginne, b.
they years, that Pharaoh dreamed : and behold, years of O OT, tonunued areason in ward.
he itoud by the river.
dayesa year. 5. (And they dreamed a cream both of them, 2 And behold, there came up out of the river
each man his dream in one night, cach man ac- feven well-favoured kine, and tal-Plethed, and
them out of the river, ill-favoured and lean
4 And the ill-favoured and lean-fleshed kine
with him in the ward of his lords houie, laying, 10 Pharaoh awuke, + Hebr. Wheretore + look ye ro ladly O cay?
5 Anu he fepi, and dreamed the second time: Are your 8 And they faic unio him, We have dreamed and behold, even ears of corn caine up upon und faccs vil
+ HS a dream, and there is 110 incerpreter of it. And italk, + rank and good
Jofeph faid un oth ni, Do not interpretations 6 And behold, teven thin ears, and blatea
9 And the chief buller :old his dre:n to Jo 7. And the leven thin cars levoured the seven
hold, it was a dream.
forth and the cluliers thereof brought forth ripe for all the magicians of typt, and all the wife
men thereof, and Pharaoh tokiukem his dream
12 And Joffhlaid unto him, I his is the inter-oh, saying, I do remember my faults this day.
put me in ward in the captain of the guards * See
13 Yet within three dayes shall Pharaoh * lift house, borb me and the chiet baker.
up thine hea , and restore thee unto thy place, 11 And we dreamed a dreani in one night, I 25.27
and thou shalt deliver Pharachs cup into his and he, we dreamed each man according to the
12 And there was there with us a young man, Hebr.
14. But tihink on me when it shall be well an Hebrew, tervant to the captain of the guard: with thee, and thew kindeness, I pray thee,unto and we told him, and he * inierpreted to us our
* Chay. thes. me, and make mention of me unto Pharaoh, and dreams, to each man according to his dream he 40:12,669 bring me out of this houte.
did in erpret.
14.1* Then Pharaoh sent, and called Joseph, * pfal.
15 And Pharaoh said unto Julspk, I have hoies.
17 And in the uppermost basket there was of all dreamed a dream, and there is none that can in+ Hoby. manner of t bake-meats for Pharaoh, and the terpret it: and I have heard lay of thee, that
birds did eat them out of the basket upon my u thou canft understand a dream to interpret it. I OT, Ph reon, head.
16 And Jolephaniwered Pharaoh, layiny, It is in ben ihon of a bakery 18 And Joseph answered and said, This is the not in me: God thall give Pharaoh an anliver heated :
, interpretation thereot: the three baskets are of peace. #or, three dayes :
1.And Pharaoh said unto Joseph, In my dream, interpret Ticken 19 Yet within three clayes shall Pharaoh lift behold, I food upon the bank of the river. thee, and take thy
up thy head from othee, and shall hang thee 18 And behold, there came up out of the river office on a iree,
and the birds shall eat thy Aeth from Tiven kine, fat-felhed, and well-avonred, and from thee. off thee.
they fed in a m-adow.
to all his servants: and he i lifted up the head of Hefhet, such as I never law in all the land of E-
20 And the lean,and the ill-favoured kine did 21 And he restored the chief butler unto his cat up the first seven fat kine. butlership again, and he gave the cup into Pha 21 And when they had † eaten them up, it + Nose. raohs hand.
could not be known that they had eaten them, come te 22 But he hanged the chief bakeras Joseph but they w re fill ill-favoured as at the begin-theiahad interpreted to them.
ning: So I awoke. 23 Yet did not the chiefbutler remember Jo 22 And I law in my dream, and behold, feven kbcos. seph but forgat him.
cars came up in one italk, full and good. CHAP. XLT.
23 And behold, leven ears I withered,thin and lu or Pharaohs toro dreams : 257050th interpretech blasted with the eaft-winde,sprang up after them inal Ebem : 33 He giveto Pharaob counsell. 38 Joepb 24 And the thin ears devoured ihe fuyen goud
Bcneber me with
Fosephexalted by Phiraoh. Chap.xlii. His brethren sent to buy corn.
cars : and I told this unto the niagicians, ; but brought forth by handfuls.
25 ( And Jofeph faid unto Pharaoh, The ven years, which were in the land of Egypt, and
field which was round about every city laid he
27 And the leven thin and ill-favoured kine the tea, very niuch, until he left numbring: for
46.22 28 This is the thing which I have spoken unto the daughier of Poti-pherah, l1 priest of O.,bare and 48.5 Pharaoh : what God is about to do, he sheweth unto him.
Hint, unto Pharaoh.
51 And Joseph called the name of the firr.- prince: 29 Behold, there come seven years of great born, Manalich; for God, Said be, hath niade Il Teat in plenty throughout all the land of Egypt. me torget all my toil, and all my fathers houte. 10:gettin
30 And there shall arife after them leven years 52 And the name of the second called he 11 E. || lati
53 | And the seven years of plenteoufness,
* DGI. Mall be very + Grievous. heavy.
come, according as Juliph had laid', and the 205.16. 32. And for that the dream was doubled unto dearth was in all lanas : but in all the land of Prepared
Pharaoh twice, it is because the thing is estas Egypt there was bread.
mished, the people cried to Pharaoh for bread :
56 And the famine was over all the face of 101,
34 Let Pharaoh do this, and let him appoint the earth, and Joleph opened to all the store-hou. Heb.al
57. And all countries came into Egypt 10 "
1 Jacob Jendech bis ten fons to buy corn in Egypt: 36 And that food shall be for store to the 6 They are imprisoned by Josepb for spies. 18 Tbey * Het
land, against the seven years of famine, which are set at liberty, m condition to bring Benjamir.. de cot cut shall be in the land of Egypt: that the land + pes 21 Tby bave remorse for Joseph. 24 Simeon is rish not through the famine.
kep, for a pledge.
25 They return with corn, and
money. 29 Their relation to Jacob. 367...
Jacob saw that there was com * 18.7. we finde such a one as thisis, a man in whom the in Egypt, Jacob laid unto his luns, Why do 1a. Spirit of Godis ?
ye look one upon another?
discreet and wile as thou art. PGI.
for us from thepce, that we may live, and not 105.21. 40 * Thou Malt be over my house, and accord- die. AH:7:10. ing unto thy word shall all my people be t, nu ; ( And Josephs ten brethren' went down to 14 Heb.
led: only in the throne will I be greater then buy corn in Egypt. armed, a thou.
4 But Benjamin, Josephs brother, Jacob fent
venture mischief befall him.
6 And Joseph was the governour over the
and he it was that fold to all the people of riot which he had : and they cried before him, the land: and Josephs brethren came and bowed leadet r. ut Bow the knee, and he made him ruler over all down themselves before hip with their faces to the land of Egypte
the earth. Mob.
44 And Pharaph aid untojoseph, I am Pha 7 And Joseph saw his brethren, and he knew brecha.
raoh, and without thee Thal nu man lift up his them, but made himself ftrange untu them, and
45 And Pharaoh called Josephs name Zaph- thema Whence come ye? And they laid, From hard
nath-Paaneah, and he gave him to wife Alenath the land of Canaan, to buy food. Or, since
the daughter of Poti-pherah, ! prielt of On: and 8 And Jofeph knew his brethren, but they wallibero Jofeph went out over
all the land of Egypt. knew not him. 46 (And Jofeph pas thirty years old when 9And Joseph * remembred the dreams which he * crap. he stood before Pharaoh king of Egypt) and ja dreamed of them,se faid unto them, Ye are lpies, 37.5. leph went out from the prelence of Pharaoh, to see the nakedness of the land ye are com:. and went throughout all the land of Egypt. 10 And they said unto him, Nay,
my lord, but 47 And in the leven plenteous year the earth cu buy food are thy fervants com:
Simeon kopt for 4 plc lse. Genesis. Benjamin fent with his brethren.
u We are all one mans fons : we are true brother, and ye shall traffique in the land. men, thy servants are no spies.
35 | And it came to pats as they emptied their 12 And he laid unto them, Nay, but to see the facks, that behold, every mans bundle of money nakedness of the land ye are com:.
w.us in his fack : and when borb they and their 13 And they laid, Thy fervants are twelve bre- tather saw the bundles of money, f they were + Heb.
their heyet thren, the fons of one man in the land of Cana- afraid. an: ani behold, the youngest is this day with 36 And Jacob their father faid unto them, Me of thein. our sa her, and one is not.
have ye bereaved of my children: Jofeph is not, 14 And Jofeph faid unto them, That is it that and Simeon is not, and ye will take Benjamin I pake unto you, saying, Ye are lpies, away : all thele things are against me.
15 Hereby ye shall be proved: by the life of 37 And Reuben Ipake unto his father, saying, Pharaoh ye shall not go forth hence, except your Slay my two fons, if I bring him not to thee: de youngest brother come hither.
liver him into my hand, and I will bring him to 16 Send one of you, and let him fetch your thee again,
i Heb. Heb. brother, and ye shall be t kept in prifon, that 38 And he said, My son shall not go down with hoarinefe bound. your words may be proved, whether there be any yoù, for his brother is dead, and he is left alone :
headed iruth in you : orelle by the life of Pharaoh, fure- if mischief befall him by the way in the which ly ye are lies.
yego, then shall ye bring down myt gray hairs 1 Heb. + yeh. 17 And he t put them all together into ward with forrow to the grave.
hell. Bathered three dayes,
15 Joseph entertain.th his brethren, 31 He maketi
Nd the tanne was fore in the land.
2 And it came to pass when they had 20 But * bring your youngest brother unto caten up the corn which they had brought out 43.5.
me; lo shall your words be verified, and ye shall of Egypt, their father faid unto them, Go again,
buy us a little food.
+ Heb. rily guilty concerning our brother, in that we did Holemnly proteft unto us, saying, Ye shall not
potefling law ihe anguish of his loul, when he belought we; lee my face, except your * brother be with you. and we would not hear: therefore is this Jillreis 4 If thou wilt lend our brother with us, we tated. come upon us.
will down and buy thee food. 22 And Reuben answered then,saying, *Spake 5. But if thou wilt not fend him, we will not 42.30. 37.21. I not unto youi, laying, Do not fin against the go down : for the man said unto us, Ye shall not
childe, and ye would not hear ? therefore behold lec my face, except your brother be with you.
6 And Israel laid, Wherefore dealt ye to ill
yet a them:fort he spake unto them by an interpreter. brother?
1 Heb. 24. And he iurned himself about from them, 2 And they said, The man + asked us straitly asking he preter
and wept, and returned to them again, and come of our state, and of our kindred, laying, Is your asked us. muned with them, and took from them Siineon, father yet alive? have ye another brother ? and 1 Heb. and bound him before tlieir eyes.
we told him according to the t tenour of these med 25 T Then Joseph commanded to fill their words: t could we certainly know that he would nowing
could wc facks with corn, and to restore every mans mo- lày, Bring your brother down? ney into his fack, and 10 give them provision 8 And Judah laid unto Ifrael his father, Send KOOR? for the way: and thus he did unto them. the lad with me, and we will arise, and go, that
25. And they lailed their alies with the corn, we may live and not die, both we, and thou, and and departed thence,
alto our little ones. 27 And as one of them opened his fack to give 9 I will be surety for him : of my hand shalt his als provender in the inne, he espied his ino- thou require him ; * if I bring him not unto ney : 10r behold, it was in his lacks invuth. thee, and let him before thee, then let me bear 44.12.
29 And he said unto his brethren, My money the blame for ever.
is restored, and lo, it is even in my fack: and 1o For except we had ling red, surely now we Heb. their heart t failed them, and they were afraid, had returned this second time.
And their father Israel said unto them, If this,
twice by faying one io another, What is this that God hath done unto us?
it must be fò now, do this : take of the best fruits 299 And they came unto Jaco', their father, in the land in your vesels, and carry down the untóihe land of Canaan, and told him all that be man a prefent, a little balm, and a little honey, tellunto them, saying,,
fpices, and myrrhe, nuts, and almonds. 30 'The man who is the lord of the land, fpake 12 And take double money in your hand, and + Heb. + roughly to us, and look us for spies of the the money that was brought again in the mouth
of your fácks, carry it again in your hand, perhard
31 An: we said unto him, We are true men, adventure it was an overtight.
13 Take alfo your brother, and arise go again
the man, that he may tend away your other bro-
and , si
and rofe up, and went down to Egypt, and I tood
* Heb. an mter.
Rey came to me
fofeph makerh a feat.
Chap.xliv. Fudahs Supplication. Heb.
men home, and t Nay, and make ready ; for these 3 Alloon as the mornirg was light, the men
were lent away, they and their alles.
17 And ihe man did as Jofeph bad: and the 4. And when they were gone out of the city,
18 And the men were afraid, because they Up, follow after the men, and when thou doelt
may + leek occafion against us, and fall upon us, and whereby indeed hell divinách? ye have done ot, Moll bie and take us for bondmen, and our alles.
maketha 19 And they came near to the steward of Jo 6 And he overtook them, and lie spake unto sephs house, and they communed with him at the them these lame words, door of the house,
2 And they laid unto him, Wherefore faith 20 And laiu, fir, * f We came indeed down my lord ihese words ? God forbid that thy fer413. + Heb. at the first time to buy food :
vanis Mould do according to this thing.
mans money was in the mouth of his fack, our the land of Canaan : how then should we steal
9 With whom foever of thy tervants it be
10 And he laid, Now also let it be according
ney. And he brought Simeon out unto them. his lack to ure ground, and opened every mai Coap. 24 And the man brought the men into Juleph; his lack. 18.4.and houte, and * gave them water, and they washed 12. And he searched. and began at the eldest,
their feet, and he gave their alles provender. and left at the youngest: and the cup was found
25 And they made ready the present against in Benjamins fáck.
ry man bis als, and returned to the city.
the house, and bowed themselves to him to the before him on the ground.
95 And Jofeph laid unto them, What deed is 27 And he asked them of tbeir I welfare, and this that ye have done ? wot ye not that fuch a + Neb. said, t Is your father well? the old man of man as I can certainly il divine ?
Ori bisbare whom ye fpake, is he yet alive?
16 And Judah said, What ihall we say unto my nami peace to your fa.
28 And they answered, Thy servant our father Jord? what shall we ipeak? or how shall we clear
29 And he lift up his eyes, and law his brother both we, and he allo with whom the cup is
30 And Joleph made halte: for his bowels did he shall be my fervant, and as for you, get ye up
Oh, my lord, let thy tervant, I pray thee, Ipeak a
32 And they set on for him by himself, and for Pharaoh,
33. And they lát before him, the first-born ac- one, and his brother is diead, and he alone is left
him down unto mě, that I may fermine eyes up-
bis father would die. CHAP. XLIV.
23 Andthod faidst unto thy fervants, * Except *. Changes Josephs policy to stay bis brethren. 18 Judabs your younger brother come down with you, je 43.304 1 Yeb. bumble supplication to Josepb.
Thall lee my face no more.
as much as they can carry, and put every mans any lord.
25 And our father fait, Go again, and buy us a