Talált 241 Eredmények: Joseph

  • Israel said to Joseph, 'Now I can die, now that I have seen you in person and seen you still alive.' (Genesis 46, 30)

  • Then Joseph said to his brothers and his father's family, 'I shall go back and break the news to Pharaoh. I shall tell him, "My brothers and my father's family who were in Canaan have come to me. (Genesis 46, 31)

  • So Joseph went and told Pharaoh, 'My father and brothers have arrived from Canaan with their flocks and cattle and all their possessions. Here they are, in the region of Goshen.' (Genesis 47, 1)

  • Then Pharaoh said to Joseph,'They may stay in the region of Goshen, and if you know of any capable men among them, put them in charge of my own livestock.' Jacob and his sons went to Egypt where Joseph was. Pharaoh king of Egypt heard about this and said to Joseph, 'Your father and brothers have come to you. The country of Egypt is open to you: settle your father and brothers in the best region.' (Genesis 47, 5)

  • Joseph brought his father and presented him to Pharaoh. Jacob paid his respects to Pharaoh. (Genesis 47, 7)

  • Joseph then settled his father and brothers, giving them land holdings in Egypt, in the best part of the country, the region of Rameses, as Pharaoh had ordered. (Genesis 47, 11)

  • Joseph provided his father, brothers and all his father's family with food, down to the least of them. (Genesis 47, 12)

  • Joseph accumulated all the money to be found in Egypt and Canaan, in exchange for the supplies being handed out, and put the money in Pharaoh's palace. (Genesis 47, 14)

  • When all the money in Egypt and Canaan was exhausted, all the Egyptians came to Joseph, pleading, 'Give us food, unless you want us to die before your eyes! For our money has come to an end.' (Genesis 47, 15)

  • Joseph replied, 'Hand over your livestock and I shall issue you food in exchange for your livestock, if your money has come to an end.' (Genesis 47, 16)

  • So they brought their livestock to Joseph, and Joseph gave them food in exchange for horses and livestock, whether sheep or cattle, and for donkeys. Thus he saw them through that year with food in exchange for all their livestock. (Genesis 47, 17)

  • Thus Joseph acquired all the land in Egypt for Pharaoh, since one by one the Egyptians sold their fields, so hard pressed were they by the famine; and the whole country passed into Pharaoh's possession, (Genesis 47, 20)


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