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  • Joseph remembered the dreams he had had about them, and said to them, 'You are spies. You have come to discover the country's weak points.' (Genesis 42, 9)




  • To which Joseph retorted, 'It is as I said, you are spies. (Genesis 42, 14)

  • On the third day Joseph said to them, 'Do this and you will live, for I am a man who fears God. (Genesis 42, 18)

  • They did not know that Joseph understood, because there was an interpreter between them. (Genesis 42, 23)

  • Joseph gave the order to fill their panniers with grain, to put back each man's money in his sack, and to give them provisions for the journey. This was done for them. (Genesis 42, 25)

  • Then their father Jacob said to them, 'You are robbing me of my children; Joseph is no more; Simeon is no more; and now you want to take Benjamin. I bear the brunt of all this!' (Genesis 42, 36)

  • The men took this gift; they took double the amount of money with them, and Benjamin. They set off, went down to Egypt and presented themselves before Joseph. (Genesis 43, 15)




  • When Joseph saw Benjamin with them he said to his chamberlain, 'Take these men into the house. Slaughter a beast and prepare it, for these men are to eat with me at midday.' (Genesis 43, 16)

  • The man did as Joseph had ordered, and took the men to Joseph's house. (Genesis 43, 17)

  • The men were afraid at being taken to Joseph's house and said, 'We are being taken there because of the money replaced in our sacks the first time. They will set on us; they will fall on us and make slaves of us, and take our donkeys too.' (Genesis 43, 18)

  • So they went up to Joseph's chamberlain and spoke to him at the entrance to the house. (Genesis 43, 19)

  • The man then took the men into Joseph's house. He offered them water to wash their feet, and gave their donkeys fodder. (Genesis 43, 24)




“A natureza humana também quer a sua parte. Até Maria, Mãe de Jesus, que sabia que por meio de Sua morte a humanidade seria redimida, chorou e sofreu – e como sofreu!” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina