Trouvé 571 Résultats pour: Egypt

  • With the two sons born to Joseph in Egypt, the total number of Jacob's household that came to Egypt was seventy. (Genesis 46, 27)

  • The land of Egypt is before you; let your father and brothers settle in the best part; let them settle in Goshen, and if among them there are capable men, put them in charge of my cattle." (Genesis 47, 6)

  • So Joseph had his father and brothers settled, giving them property in the best part of Egypt, in the land of Rameses as Pharaoh had commanded. (Genesis 47, 11)

  • Now so severe was the famine that no bread was to be had in all the land. Both Egypt and Canaan were exhausted because of the famine. (Genesis 47, 13)

  • 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)

  • When all the money of the people of Egypt and Canaan was gone, all Egypt came to Joseph saying, "Give us bread! Why must we die before your eyes, for want of money?" (Genesis 47, 15)

  • 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)

  • and Joseph reduced the people to servitude from one end of Egypt to the other. (Genesis 47, 21)

  • So Israel lived in Egypt in the land of Goshen. They became owners of this land; they had many children and greatly increased in number. (Genesis 47, 27)

  • Jacob lived for one hundred and forty-seven years, seventeen of them in the land of Egypt. (Genesis 47, 28)

  • When his life was drawing to a close he called for his son Joseph and said to him, "If you wish to be faithful and kind to me, place your hand under my thigh and promise me that you will not bury me in Egypt! (Genesis 47, 29)

  • But when I rest with my fathers, carry me out of Egypt and bury me in their tomb." Joseph said, "I will do as you say." (Genesis 47, 30)

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