Löydetty 241 Tulokset: Joseph

  • Now some Midianite merchants were passing, and they pulled Joseph out of the well. They sold Joseph to the Ishmaelites for twenty shekels of silver, and these men took Joseph to Egypt. (Genesis 37, 28)

  • When Reuben went back to the well, there was no sign of Joseph. Tearing his clothes, (Genesis 37, 29)

  • They took Joseph's tunic and, slaughtering a goat, dipped the tunic in the blood. (Genesis 37, 31)

  • He recognised it and cried, 'My son's tunic! A wild animal has devoured him! Joseph has been torn to pieces!' (Genesis 37, 33)

  • Now Joseph had been taken down into Egypt. Potiphar the Egyptian, one of Pharaoh's officials and commander of the guard, bought him from the Ishmaelites who had taken him down there. (Genesis 39, 1)

  • Yahweh was with Joseph, and everything he undertook was successful. He lodged in the house of his Egyptian master, (Genesis 39, 2)

  • he was pleased with Joseph and made him his personal attendant; and his master put him in charge of his household, entrusting him with all his possessions. (Genesis 39, 4)

  • And from the time he put him in charge of his household and all his possessions, Yahweh blessed the Egyptian's household out of consideration for Joseph; Yahweh's blessing extended to all his possessions, both household and estate. (Genesis 39, 5)

  • So he left Joseph to handle all his possessions, and with him there, concerned himself with nothing beyond the food he ate. Now Joseph was well built and handsome, (Genesis 39, 6)

  • and it happened some time later that his master's wife cast her eyes on Joseph and said, 'Sleep with me.' (Genesis 39, 7)

  • Although she spoke to Joseph day after day, he would not agree to sleep with her or be with her. (Genesis 39, 10)

  • But one day when Joseph came into the house to do his work, and none of the men of the household happened to be indoors, (Genesis 39, 11)

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