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  • Now Joseph was taken down to Egypt, and Potiphar, an officer of Pharaoh, commander of the guard, an Egyptian, bought him from the Ishmaelites who had brought him there. (Genesis 39, 1)

  • she called her servants and said, "Look, a Hebrew has been brought here to make fun of us; he came here to lie with me; so I screamed (Genesis 39, 14)

  • Reuben answered them, "Didn't I tell you not to sin against the boy. But you did not listen and now we are brought to account for his blood." (Genesis 42, 22)

  • and when they had eaten the grain they brought from Egypt, their father said to them, "Go down again and buy us a little food." (Genesis 43, 2)

  • The steward did as Joseph directed and brought the men to Joseph's house. (Genesis 43, 17)

  • They were afraid and said to each other, "It's because of the money that was placed in our sacks the last time, that we are brought in. He wants to attack and overpower us and have us as slaves and take our donkeys." (Genesis 43, 18)

  • and when we reached a lodging place and opened our sacks, we found in the mouth of the sacks each one's money to the full weight. We have brought it back with us (Genesis 43, 21)

  • The steward said, "Be at peace! Don't be afraid. Your God, the God of your father, put a treasure in your grain sacks. Your money reached me safely." He then brought Simeon out to them. (Genesis 43, 23)

  • The money we found in the mouths of our sacks, we brought back to you from the land of Canaan! How then could we have stolen silver or gold from your lord's house? (Genesis 44, 8)

  • I will also tell him that you are shepherds, keeping livestock, and have brought your flocks and cattle and all your belongings. (Genesis 46, 32)

  • Joseph brought in Jacob his father and presented him to Pharaoh (Genesis 47, 7)

  • So they brought their livestock and Joseph gave them bread in exchange for their horses, sheep and cattle and even their donkeys. In that way he supplied them with food for that year. (Genesis 47, 17)


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