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  • When the Egyptians see you they will say: 'That is his wife!' They will then kill me, but they will let you live. (Genesis 12, 12)

  • In fact, when Abram arrived in Egypt, the Egyptians saw that the woman was very beautiful. (Genesis 12, 14)

  • When the land of Egypt began to suffer from the famine, the people came to Pharaoh for bread. But Pharaoh told all the Egyptians, "Go to Joseph and do as he tells you." (Genesis 41, 55)

  • When the famine had spread throughout the land, Joseph opened all the storehouses and sold grain to the Egyptians for the famine was indeed severe over the land. (Genesis 41, 56)

  • He was served separately and so were they, and the Egyptians as well, for the Egyptians cannot share a meal with Hebrews; for the Egyptians this would be a shame. (Genesis 43, 32)

  • He wept so loudly that the Egyptians heard and the news spread through Pharaoh's house. (Genesis 45, 2)

  • Joseph said, "Come closer," and they drew nearer. "I am Joseph your brother, yes, it's me, the one you sold to the Egyptians. (Genesis 45, 4)

  • you will say: 'Your servants keep flocks and herds; it has been so since our youth, and for our fathers before us.' Then you will settle in the land of Goshen, for the Egyptians detest all shepherds." (Genesis 46, 34)

  • So it was that Joseph acquired all the land of Egypt for Pharaoh; all the Egyptians sold their fields, so cruelly hard-pressed were they by the famine. Pharaoh became owner of the land (Genesis 47, 20)

  • This took a full forty days, the length of time required for embalming. The Egyptians mourned him for seventy days. (Genesis 50, 3)

  • When the Canaanites witnessed this mourning they said, "This is a solemn mourning ceremony of the Egyptians." That is why this place which is east of the Jordan was called Abel Mizraim. (Genesis 50, 11)

  • But the more they oppressed the Hebrews the more they increased and spread, until the Egyptians dreaded the Israelites (Exodus 1, 12)

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