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  • 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)

  • Joseph was still in the house when Judah and his brothers returned and they threw themselves on the ground before him. (Genesis 44, 14)

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

  • The news spread through Pharaoh's house, "Joseph's brothers are here," and the news pleased both Pharaoh and his officials. (Genesis 45, 16)

  • Joseph then collected all the money that had been given to buy bread in the lands of Egypt and Canaan. All this money Joseph took to Pharaoh's house. (Genesis 47, 14)

  • Each woman will ask her neighbor, and any Egyptian woman staying in her house, to lend her ornaments of silver and gold, and clothing. With these you will clothe your sons and daughters, and in this way you will plunder the Egyptians." (Exodus 3, 22)

  • Pharaoh returned to his house as if nothing of importance had happened. (Exodus 7, 23)

  • The Nile will teem with frogs. They will invade your house, your bedroom and your bed, your servants' and your people's houses, your ovens and your kneading bowls. (Exodus 7, 28)

  • the frogs will disappear from you and your house, your servants and your people; only in the Nile will they remain." (Exodus 8, 7)

  • Yahweh did this and dense swarms of horseflies invaded Pharaoh's house and the houses of all his people and devastated the whole country. (Exodus 8, 20)

  • Moses left Pharaoh's house and prayed to Yahweh (Exodus 8, 26)

  • They will fill your house and the houses of your ministers and all the houses in Egypt, something your fathers and their fathers before them have never seen from ancient times to this day." Having said this, Moses turned away and left Pharaoh's presence. (Exodus 10, 6)


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