Talált 241 Eredmények: Joseph

  • Joseph gathered in grain like the sand of the sea, in such quantity that he gave up keeping count, since it was past accounting. (Genesis 41, 49)

  • Before the year of famine came, two sons were born to Joseph: Asenath daughter of Potiphera, priest of On, bore him these. (Genesis 41, 50)

  • Joseph named the first-born Manasseh, 'Because', he said, 'God has made me completely forget my hardships and my father's House.' (Genesis 41, 51)

  • and the seven years of famine set in, as Joseph had predicted. There was famine in every country, but throughout Egypt there was food. (Genesis 41, 54)

  • But when all Egypt too began to feel the famine and the people appealed to Pharaoh for food, Pharaoh told all the Egyptians, 'Go to Joseph and do whatever he tells you.' (Genesis 41, 55)

  • There was famine all over the world. Then Joseph opened all the granaries and rationed out grain to the Egyptians, as the famine grew even worse in Egypt. (Genesis 41, 56)

  • People came to Egypt from all over the world to get supplies from Joseph, for the famine had grown severe throughout the world. (Genesis 41, 57)

  • So ten of Joseph's brothers went down to procure grain in Egypt. (Genesis 42, 3)

  • But Jacob did not send Joseph's brother Benjamin with his brothers. 'Nothing must happen to him,' he thought. (Genesis 42, 4)

  • It was Joseph, as the man in authority over the country, who allocated the rations to the entire population. So Joseph's brothers went and bowed down before him, their faces touching the ground. (Genesis 42, 6)

  • As soon as Joseph saw his brothers he recognised them. But he did not make himself known to them, and he spoke harshly to them. 'Where have you come from?' he asked. 'From Canaan to get food,' they replied. (Genesis 42, 7)

  • Now when Joseph recognised his brothers, but they did not recognise him, (Genesis 42, 8)


“A ingenuidade e’ uma virtude, mas apenas ate certo ponto; ela deve sempre ser acompanhada da prudência. A astúcia e a safadeza, por outro lado, são diabólicas e podem causar muito mal.” São Padre Pio de Pietrelcina