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The trefpafs of Onan.
IG n. voured him;Jofeph is / without doubt
came in unto her, and the conceived Gen. Fofeph advanced. by him. m2 Sa. 34 And Jacob rent his clothes, and 19 And the arofe and went away,and Levit. 20.9. 3.21. put m fack-cloth upon his lolas, and laid by her vail from her, and put on 19. 17. Gen. mourned for his fon many days. the garments of her widow-hood. Heb. 31. 43.35And all his tons and all n his daugh- 20 And Judah fent the kid by the Rede01 Sa. ters rofe up to comfort him; but he o band of his friend the Adullamite to fan of 4. 19. refused to be comforted: and he fald, receive bis pledge from the womans Kadas. Gen. for I will go down into the grave unto hand: but he found her not. that is, 25.1, 2. my fon, mourning: Thus his father 23 Then he asked the men of that boltnes Or, wept for him. place,faying, Where is the tharlot, that bence a eunuch. 36 And thep Midianites fold him in- was openly by the way fide? and they Sodo Ifa. to Egypt unto Potiphar,tan officer of faid, There was no harlot in this place.mite is 56. 3. Pharaoh and captain of the guard. 22 And be returned to Judah, and called CHAP. XXXVIII. faid, I cannot find her; and alfo the Kades. 1 Judab begetteth Er, Onan, and She- men of the place fald, That there was a Kin. lab. 6 Er marrieth Tamar. 8 The no harlot in this place. Ne 23.7. trefpafs of Onan. 23 And Judah fald, Let her take t+Heb. Nd it came to pafs at that time, to her, left we be fhamed: behold, I become haft not a con
a Jof. 12. 15, brethren, and turned in to a a certain Gen. Adullamite, whofe name was Hirab. tempt. 14 And it came to pafs about three Prov. 6.2. 2 And Judah 6 faw there a daughter moneths after, that it was told Judah, 6.23. C1 Ch. of a certain Canaanite, whose name faying, Tamar thy daughter in law 2 Sam, 2.3. was c Shuah, and he d took her, and hath played the harlot and alfo be- 12.9. 4 Gen. e went in unto her. hold, the is with child by whoredom: Pfal. 24.3. 3 And the fconceived and bare a fon; and Judah fald, Bring her forth, and 51. 4. Gen. and he called his name, Er. let her x be burnt. 6.4. 4 And the conceived again, and bare 25 When the war brought forth, the 20.3 fGen. a fons and the called his name Onan fent to her father in law, faying, By 7.9. 16. I. 5 And the yet again conceived, and the man whofe thefe are, am I with Deut. Jof. bare a fon; and called his name She child and the fald, Difcern, I pray 22. 23, 1.44. lah: and the was at g Chezib, when thee, whofe are thefe, the fignet, and 24. b Mat. fhe bare him. Abracelets, and staff. Rom. 7.12. 6 And Judah b took a wife for Er his 26 And Judah acknowledged them, 2, 1, 3. Thaifirft-born, whofe name was + Tamar. and faid,She hath been y more righte-z Sam. 7 And Er, Judahs firft-born, was ous than I; becaufe that I gave her not 12.5, palme wicked in the fight of the LORD; to Shelah my fon: and he knew her 7. and the LORD flew him. again no more. Levit. 27 And it came to pafs in the time 21.9. of her travall, that behold twins were Deut. In her womb. 24. 16. 28 And it came to pafs when the tra- Jerem.
tree. Song 8 And Judah fald unto Onan, Goln 7. 7. unto thy brothers wife, and I marry Matt. her, and raife up feed to thy brother. 1.3. 9 And Onan knew that the feed Gen. fhould not be his; & it came to pafs, valled, that the one put our his hand, 20. 22, 6.8. when he went in unto his brothers and the mid-wife took and bound up- 23. k Pfal. wife, that he fpilled it on y ground,left on his hand a fearlet threed, faying, Sa. 55-23.that he should give feed to his brother. This came out first. 24. 17. Deut. 10 And the thing which he did, 29 And it came to pafs as he drew Gen 25. 5. difpleafed the LORD, wherefore he back his hand, that behold,his brother 4. 1. Levit. few him alfo. come out; and the fald, How haft thou i Pet. 18. 16. 11 Then faid Judah to Tamar his broken forth? this breach be upon thee: 4.2, 3. Matt. daughter in law, Remain a widow at therefore his name was called+Pharez. Job 40. 22. 24. thy fathers houfe,till Shelah my fon be 30 And afterward came out his bro-4. Deu-grown: (for he faid, Left peradventure ther that had the fearler threed upon and 35. 25.6. he die allo as his brethren did) and Ta- his hand ; and his name was called31, 32. Ruth mar went & dwelt in her fathers houfe. Zarah. + That I. II. 12 And in procefs of time, the Lev. daughter of Shuah Judahs wife died: breach. Mat. 1.3. That is, rifing. Mat.11. 22. 13.and Judab was comforted, and went 12. Aft. 13.46.48.
1 Sa. up unto his o fheep-fhearers top Tim25. 8. nath, he and his friend Hirah the Joh. Adullamite.
15. 57. 13 And it was told Tamar, faying,
1 Jofeph advanced in Potiphars house,
Egypt,& a Potiphar an officer of A&. Nd Jofeph was brought down to 37. 36. Pharaoh, captain of the guard, an E-7.9.
covered her face.
14 And the put her widows garments Pro. off from her, and covered her with qa 7.12. vail, and wrapped her felf, and fat t'in Heb. an open place, which is by the way to gyptian, bought him of the hands of c Pfal. the Timnath for the faw that Shelah was the Ihmeelites, which had brought 1.3. dares of grown, and the was r not given unto him down thither. 1 Sam. eyes or him to wife. Iz And the LORD was b with Jofeph, 18. 14Enaim 13 When Judah faw her, he thought and he was ca profperous man, and he a Gen. TV. 11. her to be an harlot; because she had was in the house of his mafter the E-30. 17. gyptian. Prov. 16 And he turned unto her by the 3 And d his mafter faw that the LORD 26. 6. way, and faid, Go to, I pray thee, let was with him, & that the LORD made Neh. me come in unto thee(for he knew not all that he did to profper in his hand. 2.4, 5. that the was his daughter in law) and 4 And Jofephe found grace in his Gen. the faid, What wilt thou give me, that fight, and he ferved him; and he made 18. 3. Sv. 24, thou mayeft come in unto me? him fover-feer over his houfe,and all ƒProv 17 And he faid, I will fend thee a kid that he had he put into his hand. 27. 18. Ezek. from the flock: and the faid, Wilt thou S And it came to pafs from the time Gen. 16.33.give me a pledge, till thou fend it? that he had made him over-feer in his 24, 2 ↑ Luke 18 And he fald, Whar pledge fhrall I houfe,and over all that he had that the g Gen. 16. 22. give thee? And the faid, Thyt fignet, LORD bleffed the Egyptians houfe 30. 27. Jer.m. and thy bracelets, and thy ftaff that is g for Jofephs fake: and the blefling of Ifa. 43. the 3.4 22. 24. in thine hand: and he gave it her, and S AR. 27.24
Fofeph caft imo prison.
Genefis. Pharaohs Butter & Baker, Pro. the LORD was upon all that he had in two of his officers against the chict Eft. 6 31. 11. the house, and in the field. of the butlers, and against the chief of Ib Gen. 6 And he left all that he had in Jo- the bakers. a Pro. 43.32.fephs hand; and he knew not ought he 3 And he put them a in ward in the 16. 14. isam. had, b fave the bread which he did eat: boufe of the captain of the guard,into & Gen. 16. 12. and Jofeph was a goodly perfon, and the 6 prifon, the place where Jofeph 39. 20. Heb. well favoured.. was bound. lifted
7 And it came to país after thefe 4 And the e captain of the guard 39. 23. things, that his mafters wife † caft her charged Jofeph with them, and he and Pro. eyes upon Jofeph, and the faid, kLie ferved them, and they continued a fea-37.36 7.13. with me. in
1 Prov. / and faid unto his d 37.5. 1. 10. mafters wife, mBehold, my mafter wot- both of them, each man his dream a G.. m Pro. eth not what is with me in the houfe, in one night, each man e according 20.3. 18. 24, and he hath committed all that he hath to the Interpretation of his dream; Efth. 1Joh.to my hand. the butter and the baker of the king 6.1. 3.9. 9 There is none greater in this houfe of Egypt, which were bound in thee Gen. Pro. than 1; neither hath he kept back any prifon. 6.34. thing from me, but thee; because thou 6 And Jofeph came in unto them in 12, 18. Heb. art his wife: how then can I do this the morning, and looked upon thems† Heb. day dayo great wickednefs, & fin againft God? and behold they were f fad.
Your Pro. TO And it came to pafs, as the fpake 7 And he asked Pharaohs officers faces 3.3. to Jofeph + day by day, he hearkned that were with him in the ward of his evil. Job not unto her, to lie by her, or to be lords houfe,faying, Wherefore look v.3. 24.15 p with her. ye fo fadly to day? Gen Prov. 11 And it came to pafs about this And they faid unto him, We have 41.8. 7.13. time, that Jofeph went into the houfe dreamed a dream, and there is no in-g Gen. Eccl. to do his business, & there was a none terpreter of it. And Jofeph faid unto 41. 16. 7.26. of the men of the house there within. them. Do not interpretations g belong Ifa. 8. Mat. 12 And ther caught him by his gar- to God; b tell me them, I pray you. 26. 65. ment, faying,Lie with me: and he left And the chief butler told his Dan. Kin. his garment in her hand, and tied, and dream to Jofeph, and faid unto him, 2.28. 18. 17./got him out. In my dream, behold, a vine was beh Gen. #Y.7. 13 And it came to pafs,when the faw fore me; 37.5. Pfalm that he had left his garment in her 10 And in the vine were three branch- Dan. 120. 3 hand, and was fled forth, es and it was as though it budded, 48. 2 Cor. 14 That the called unto the men of and her bloffoms hot forth, and the and. 6.8. her houfe, and fpake unto them, fay- clusters thereof brought forth ripe Gen.ing, See, he hath brought in an He- grapes. 4.5, 6.brew unto us to r mock us: he came th 11 And Pharaohs cup was in my 41. 16. Pro. 6. unto me to lie with me, and I cried hand and I took the grapes, and Gen. 34 35 with a loud voice. prefied them into Pharaohs cup :37.7. 1 Per. 15. And it came to pafs, when he and I gave the cup into Pharaohs Judg. 219. heard that I lifted up my voice and hand. Job cried, that he left his garment with 26. 10.me, and fled, and got him out. Dan. 3. 16 And the laid up his garment by 21, 22, her, until her lord came home,
Pfal. 17 And the fpake unto him accord 105. Ing to thefe words,laying, The Hebrew 18, 19 fervant which thou haft brought unto
1a And Jofeph faid unto him, This Dan.4, the Interpretation of it: The three 13; branches are three days; V.16. 13 Yet within three days fhall Pha-k Gen raoh lift up thine head, and reftore 41 26. thee unto thy place, and thou shalt de 1 Cor. liver Pharaohs cup into his hand, af- 10.4.
2 Tim.us, came in unto me to mock me. ter the former manner when thou waft V. 20. 2.9. 18 And it came to pafs, as I lift up his butler. 1Pet. my voice, and cried, that he left his 14 But think on me, when it shall be 7-4. 2. 19. garment with me, and fled out. well with thee, and thew kindness, 19 Ifa. 53. 19. And it came to pafs, when his pray thee, unto me; and make mention 8. mafer heard the words of his wife, of me unto Pharaoh, and bring me m Jer. gy. which the fpake unto him, faying, out of this houfe. 44 52. 31. Pfalm After this manner did thy fervant to 15 For indeed I was stolen away micet. 124.4.me; that x his wrath was kindled. out of the land of the Hebrews: 7.21. Dan. 20 And Jofephs mafter took him, and here alfo have I done nothing? z Gert 22. and par him into the prifon, a place that they thould put me into the dun-37. 28. where the kings prifoners & were geon. Geb. 43.2. bound: and he was there in the prifon. 16 When the chief baker faw that 14. 13. Rom. 21 But the LORD was a with jo- the interpretation was good, he fald? John 8.32. feph, and thewed him mercy, &† gaye unto Jofeph, I alfo was in my dream, 10. 32. Heb. him favour in the fight of the 6 keeper and behold, I bad three white baskets gave of the prifon. bis 22 And the keeper of the prifon 17 And in the uppermoft basket there grace. committed to Jofephs hand all the pri- mas of all manner of bake-mears for Gen. foners that were in the prifon, and Pharaoh; and the birds did eat them 40.3. whatsoever they did there, he was the out of the basket upon my head. 18 And Jofeph answered, and faid 23 The keeper of the prifon looked This is the interpretation thereof: the Pfal. not to any thing that was under his three baskets are three days.
on my head.
doer of it.
hand, becaufe the LORD was with 19 Yet within three days fhall Phahim and that which he did the raoh lift up thy head from off thee. LORD c made it to profper. and fhall hang thee on a tree;and q the Deut. CHAP. XL. birds thall earthy flesh from off thee. 21. 22. The butler and baker of Pharaob are 20 T And it came to pafs the third Jer.23. imprisoned. 4 Jofeph hath charge day, which was Pharaohs birth-day, 28 of them. 5 He interpreteth their that he made a feaft unto all his fer-Act. dreams. vants: and he lifted up the head of the 20. 27. Nd it came to pafs after thefe chief butler, and of the chief baker Prov. tor, A things, that the butler of king among his fervants. 30. 17. Bearer of Egypt, and bis baker, had offended 21 And he restored the chief butler Mat. Neh. their lord the king of Egypt. unto his butlership again; and he gave 14. 6. L. II. And Pharaoh was wroth against the cup into Pharaohs hand.
Job .22 But 3. I.
1.3. Gen. 49. 23.
Luke 22 But he hanged the chief baker,fas
36. Am. 6. 6. Pfalm 105, 19.
Jofeph advána zr And when they had eaten them up, It could not be known that they had eaten them but they were fiin il-fa-up. voredjas at the beginning: So I awoke. 9. 20.
22 And I law in my dream, and Pfalm behold, feven ears came up in one 37. 194 ftalk, full and good.
2. 1. Bith.
23 And behold, feven ears, withered, thin, and blafted with the caft-wind fprung up after them.
24 And the thin ears devoured at the end of the feven ears this Pharaoh a dream- unto the Magicians, but there was ed: and behold,he ftood by the briver. none that could declare it unto me, 2 And behold, there came up out 2 And Jofeph faid unto Pharaoh, of the river feven well-favored kine The dream of Pharaoh is one; God hath Exo. and fat-flesheds and they fed in a mea- fhewed Pharaoh w he is about to do. 2.4 dow. 26 The feven good kide are feven Jof. years; and the foven goed ears are 11. 6. even years: the dream is one. Mat. 27 And the feven thin and ill-favor 24 40. Amos ed kine that came up after them, are feven years and the feven empty ears, blafted with the eaft-wind, thail be feven years of famin.
6. I. Exo. ·7.22. Gen. 36. 21. And behold, feven other kine, CV.45 20, 21. came up after them out of the river, Eze. Cill-favored,& lean-flefhed; and flood 17. 10. by the other kine, upon the brink of and- the river. 4 And the ill-favored and lean-fleft 19. 12. Gened kine did eat up the feven well-favor20.3. ed and fat kine. "So Pharaoh awoke. 28 This is the thing which I have And he flept and dreamed the fecond fpoken unto Pharaoh : what God is a- 3.1. and Heb 27.5. time: and behold, feven ears of corn bout to do, he theweth unto Pharaoh. pakid Dan, came up uport one stalk, rank & good. 29 Behold, there come feven years 2.13. 6 And behold, feven thin ears, and of great plenty, throughout all the hops Gen. 4. blafted with the deaft-wind, fprung up land of Egypt. 6,7. over30 And there (hall arife after them fe Exo. 7 And the feven thin ears devoured ven years of famin, and all the plenty Num. (eers 7.11. the feven rank and full ears; and Phara fhall be forgotten in the land of Egypt: Dan. obawoke,and behold,it was e a dream. and the famin fhall confume the land. Kin 31, 14 2.2. 8 And it came to pafs in the morn 31 And the plenty thall nor be known 11. 16. bA&t. Ing, that his fpirit was ftroubled: and in the land, by reafon of that famin fol- 2Chro 17. 18, he fent & called for all the g Magicians lowing: for it fhall be very grievous-34. 12 of Egypt,& all the b wife-men thereof: 32 And for that the dream was y dou- Neh. 23. 34. and Pharaoh told them his dream; but bled unto Pharaoh twice, it is becaufe 11.9. Dan, there was i none that could interpret the thing is established by God, and z Pron God will fhortly bring it to país.
2. 10. them unto Pharaoh Ifa
6s 64 33 Now therefore ler Pharaoh look Luke out a man difcreer and wife, and fet 16.9% him over the land of Egypt.
9 Then fpake the chief butler un29. 14. to Pharaoh, faying, I do remember Pfalm k my faults this day. 25. 14. 10 Pharaoh was wroth with his ferGen. vants, and put me in ward in them cap 40. 2. tain of the guards houfe, both me, Gen, and the chief baker.
37. 36. 11 And we dreamed a dream in one
34 Let Pharaoh do this, and let him 44 13
12 And there was there was a young
Heb. man,an Hebrew, fervant to captain of the land,against feverryears of famin, 20. 12 made the guard: and we told him;& he inter- which fhall be in y land of Egypt; that a Dan
preted to us our dream, to each man the land perish nor through famin. 4. 6. according to hisdream he did interprer. 37 And the thing was good in and Fin Dari. 13. And it came to país, as he inter- the eyes of Pharaoh, and in the eyes of 5.11. 2.25. prefed to us,fo it was, me a he reftored all his fervants. Pfam unto mine office, and him he hanged 14 Then Pharaoh fent and called Jofeph, and they brought him haftily Excd. out ofthe dungeon: And hep flaved 10. 16.bimfelf, and changed his q raiment, 1 Sam. and came in unto Pharaoh. 2.7, 9. 15 And Pharaoh faid unto Jofeph, I 22.Sa have dreamed a dream, and there is 19. 24. none that can interpret it: and I have Eft. heard fay of thee, that thou canft un4. 3. derstand a dream, to interpret it. or, 16. And Jofeph answered Pharaoh, bex faying, it is not in me: God hall give thou Pharaoh an answer of peace. beareft 17 And Pharaoh. fald unto Jofeph, a In my dream, behold, I ftood upon dream the bank of the river..
bfälm 38 And Pharaoh faid unto his fer- 105 vants, Can we find fuch a one as this 22. is,a man in whoma Spirit of God is?, Gena 39 And Pharaoh faid unto Jofeph, 37. S Forafmuch as God hath fhewed thee frfal all this, there is none fo difereet and 105. wife as thou art.
40 Thou shalt be fover my house and Job according unto thy word half all my 39.30% people bet ruled only in the throne Hebe will be greater than thous kifs 416 And Pharaoh fild unto Jofeph, Tob See, I have b fet thee over all the land 3.1. 27% of Egypt.
4 v. 43. 42 And Pharaoh took off his iring i Efth from his hand, and put it uponi Jogi 2.. fephs hand, and arayed him in veEze thures of fine linen, and put/a gold 37.7chain about his neck.
then 18. And behold,there came up out off
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ob fender to buy corn. Genefis. That 45 And Pharaoh called Jofephs name And Jofephi remembred the dreams? Gen. Simeon left in Egypt. Zaphnath-paaneah; and he gave him which he dreamed of them, and faid 37. 5. revea- to wife Afenath the daughter of Poti- unto them, Ye are fpies; to fee the Job ler of pherah, prieft of n On: and Jofeph knakedness of the land you are come. 19. II. fecrets went out over all the land of Egypt. others 46 (And Jofeph was a thirty years my lord, but to buy food are thy fer-24. 10 And they fald unto him, Nay, and 13. Tay, the old when he stood before Pharaoh king vants come. faviour of Egypt.) And Jofeph went out from Exod. of the the prefence of Pharaoh, and went true men; thy fervants are no fples. 11 We are all one mans fons: we are 32. 25. world. throughout all the land of Egypt. Num. 147 And in the feven plenteous years fee nakedness of land you are come. 18, 19. 12 And he faid unto them, Nay,but to 13.2, J. 7. the earth brought forth by handfuls. + Or, 48 And he gathered up all the food of twelve brethren, the fons of one man in 2. 16, 13 And they fald, Thy fervants are / Mat. prince. the feven years, which were in f land of the land of Canaan; and behold, the 18, Gen. Egypt, & laid up the food in the cities: youngeft is this day with our father, Gen. 14. 18. the food of the field which was round and one is not.
2 Sam. about every city laid he up in the fame. 14 And Jofeph faid unto them, That is it Heb. 8. 19. 44. 20. 49 And Jofeph gathered corn as the I ipake unto you,faying, Ye are fpies. by the Eze. pfand of y fea,very much, until he left 15 Hereby ye fhall be proved: † by the lives. 30.17.numbring: for it was q withou: num- life of Pharaoh, ye thall not go forth Jer. 5. Gen. ber. 37.2. come hither, hence, except your young eff brother 2, 7.
1 Sam. 16 Send one of you,and let him fetch 20. 3.
sa And unto Jofeph were born two Luk. fons, before the years of famin came: 3:23. which Afenath, the daughter of Poti- your brother, and ye fhall be kept in Deut. Num. pheral prieft of On, bare unto him. 4.3. 51 And Jofeph called the name of ved, whether there be any truth in you :m Neh. prifon, that your words may be pro-6. 13. Gen. the first-born + Manaffeh: for God,faid or elfe by the life of Pharaoh furely 5. 15. 22. 17-be, hath made me forget all my toll, ye are fpies. Judg. and all my fathers houfe. 7.12.
+ Heb. ward, three days. 17. And he put them all together into break day, This do,and live: for m I fear God.mis. 18 And Jofeph faid unto them third the fa ing of
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brethren be bound in the houfe of41. 56.
ing,r Spake I not unto you, faying,Doq Prov.
23 And they knew not that Jofeph Gen. understood them; for he spake unto 37, 23. them by an interpreter. Prov.
Facob fendeth his ten fons to buy
from them, and t wept ; and returned/Gen.
Exo. N ww worn in Egypt, Jacob fald Ow when Jacob a faw that there and unto his fons, b Why do ye look one 5. 21. upon another?
2. 32. 25 Then Jofeph commanded to fill 2 Chr. their facks with corn, and to restore 24. 22.
Act. 7.11. Gen. 43.9.
2 And he fald, Behold, I have heard every mans money into his fack, and Ezek. that there is corn in Egypt: get you to give them provifion for the way: 3.18. c down thither, and buy for us from and x thus did he unto them. thence; that we may d live,and not die. Luke
218. 37. Mat. 4.4.
26 And they laded their affes with 11. 50. Gen. 3 And Jofephs ten brethren went the corn, and departed thence. 46.8. down to buy corn in Egypt. 149 Pfalm Pfalm 4 But Benjamin, Jofephs brother, his fack to give his afs provender in tIfa. 27 And as one of them opened 9. 12. Jacob fent not with his brethren: for the inn, he efpied his money: for 46. 15. he faid, fLeft peradventure mifchief behold it was in his facks mouth. and befall him. And the fons of Ifrael came to buy my money is reftored; and lo, it is Heb.4. 28 And be faid unto his brethren, 63.9. Gen. corn among thofe that came; for the even in my fack: & their heart failed 15. 37.3. famin was in the land of Canaan. Gen. 6And Jofeph was the g governour over one to another, What is this that God 34., 25 them, and they were y afraid, faying Gep. 3.22. the land, and he it was that fold to all hath done unto us? Exod. the people of the land: & Jofephs bre- 29 And they came unto Jacob their 49.7. 22. 22,thren came, and h bowed down them- father, unto the land of Canaan, & told Jude 23. felves before him, with their faces to him all that befel unto them, faying, Eccl. the earth. 30 The man, who is the lord of the 23V. 22, 8. 7 And Jofeph faw his brethren, and land, fpaket roughly to us, and took x Gen Gen. he knew them, but made bimfelf us for fpies of the countrey. 18.2, ftrange unto them,and fpaket roughly 16. 14 true men; we are no fpies. 31 And we faid unto him, We are Rom.
3.7,unto them, and he faid unto them, S. and Whence come ye? And they faid, 44. 14. From the land of Canaan to buy food. fathersone is not,& the youngest is this 5.4432 We be twelve brethren, fons of our Matth. Heb. 8 And Jofeph knew his brethren,but day our father in land of Canaan. Heb. bard they knew not him
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forth. Song 5.6.1 Kin. 10.57 Gen.27. 33, 33 And went Teris, 20:30, † Hieb with us hard things,
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15 TAnd the men took that prefent,& 21. 14. they took double money in their hand, ov. 19. and Benjamin; and rofe up, and went Gen. down to Egypt,& ftood before Jofeph. 44. I
16 And when Jofeph faw Benjamint, Heb with them, he fald to the o ruler of his kill a houfe, Bring thefe men home, and killing. flay, and make ready: for thefe men? Sam. thall dine with me at noon. 25. II.
17 And the man did as Jofeph bad: Gen. and the man brought the men into Jo-3154 fephs
Chap. xiiij. Jofeph feafleth his brethren? 33 And the man the lord of the coun- fend away your other brother, and E trey laid unto us, Hereby thail I know Benjamin: If I be bereaved of my 4.16. ye are true men; leave one of your bre- children, I am bereaved. A&ts thren bere with me, & take food for the famin of your houtholds, and be gone. 34 And bring your youngest brother unto me then all I know that you Pfal are no fpies; but that you are true 34. 19 men: fo will I deliver you your broJob 1. ther, and ye thall traffick in the land. 14. 15. 35 And it came to pafs as they emp-t Pfalm tied their facks, ý behold, every mans 49. 7. bundle of money was in his fack: and Rom.when both they and their father faw the bundles money, they were afraid. I Cor. 36 And Jacob their father faid unto 18 And the men were afraid,becaufe13. 22. 10. 13-them, Me have ye bereaved of my they were brought into Jofephs houfe; Matt. Gen. children: Jofeph is not, and Simeon and they faid, Because of money that 14, 26. 46.9. not,and ye will take Benjamin away: was returned in our facks at the firft Heb. all these things are againit me. rime, are we brought in, that he may to roll Rom. 37 And Reuben fpake unto his father, tfeek occafion against us,and fall upon himself 1. 13. laying, Slay & my two fons, If I bring us, & take us for bond-men, and our upon us Acts 5.him not to thee: deliver him into my Job 39. hand, & I will bring him to thee again. 4. Gen. 38 And he faid, My fon fhall not go 37. 37.down with you for his brother dis Gen. dead, and he is e left alone: Ifmifchief 44-27 befal Bim by the way in the which ye Gen.go, then fhall ye bring down my gray 37-35-hairs with forrow to the fgrave. CHAP. XLIII. Jacob is hardly perfwaded to fend Benjamin. 15 Jofeph entertaineth bis brethren, 31 and feafteth them. Gen. 42.1. was a
19 And they came near to the fteward 30, 14 of Jofephs houfe, and they communed Heb. with him at the door of the house, ob my 20 And faid,to fir, q we came indeed Lord. down at the first time to buy food. Job 21 And it came to pass when we came 6.28. to the inn, that wer opened our facks, Gen. and behold, every mans money was in 43.3. the mouth of hie fack, our money in Gen full weight: and we have brought it job 42. 27.
we 18. 19.
2 And it came to pafs when they down in our hands to buy food: and 28 bad eaten up the corn which they had cannot tell who put our money in our Gen Ecc. 9. us brought out of Egypt, their father fald facks. 13.4. Land
Heb. 3 And Judah fpake unto him,faying, break. The man did folemnly proteft unto V4, 20.us, faying, Ye shall not fee my face, Gen. except your brother be with you. 41. 56.4 If thou wilt fend our brother with iTim. us, we will go down and buy thee food. 5.8. But if thou wilt not fend him, we Prov. will nocgo down: for the man faid un31. 16.to us, Ye fhall not fee my face, except Prov.your brother be with you 15. 16. 6 And Ifrael faid, Wherefore dealt and ye fo ill with me, as to tell the man 16.8. whether ye had yet a brother?
23 And he fald Peace be to you fear not your God and the God of 24. 32. your father hath given you treasure in Gen. your facks: I had your money. And 37: 10 he brought Simeon out unto them. 24 And the man brought the men in-peace. +Heb. to Jofephs houfe,& gave them u water, Gen. and they washed their feet, and he gave 37. 14 their affes provender. 25 And they made ready the prefent 41. 16. and against Jofeph came at noon; for they Exod. heard that they fhould eat bread there. 18. 7. 26 And when. Jofeph came home, judg they brought him the prefent which 18. 15. was in their hand into the houfe,x and Sam bowed themselves to him to the earth. 25.5. 27 And he asked them of their twel- Heb.
Tim. 7. And they faid, The man asked us 6.6, 7. ftraitly of our fate, & of our kindred, Gen. faying, Is your father yet alive? have fare,& faid,Is your father well,the old is there 42.33. 3.ye another brother? and we told him man of whom yefpake? Is he yet alive? peace d44-according to f tenour of thefe words. 28 And they answered, Thy fervant to your 23. Could we certainly know that he our father is in good health, he is yet father. Sa. would fay, Bring your brother down? alive and they bowed down their 14. 248 And Judah faid unto Ifrael his father, heads, and made obeisance. 28. Acts
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29 And he lift up his eyes, and faw go; that we may live and not die, both his brother Benjamin,his mothers for, 20. 25-we, and thou, and alfo our little ones. and faid, Is this your younger brother, y Gen.
e Gen. Iwin be furety for him;of my hand of whom ye spake unto me? & he faid,45. 8.-. 46. 21. halt thou require him: IfI bring him God be gracious unto theey my fon. 21 Ki and not unto thee, and fet him before thee, 30 And Jofeph made hafte; for his 3, 26. 37.30. then flet me bear the blame for ever. bowels z did yern upon his brother: & Phil, Gen. 10 For except we had lingred, furely he fought where to weep, and he en- 2. 5. 44:32. now we had returned this fecond time. tred into his chamber, and wept there. Col. iKin. 11. And their father Ifrael faid unto 31 And he walked his face, and went 3. 12. 1.21. them, If it must be fo now,do this; take out, and refrained himself, and fald, Jerem.. Heb. of the t beft fruits in the land in your Set on bread... 31. 20.. 7.22. veffels,& carry down f mang a prefent, 32 And they fet on for him by him- a Gen. Heb. a little b-balm,& a little honey,fpices, felf, and for them by themfelves, and the mu-and myrrhe, nuts, and almonds. for the Egyptians, which did eat with Gen. fick or, 12 And take double money in your him, by themselves: because the EgyP-46. 34. melodie hand and the money that was brought tians might not a ear bread with the Exod. of the again in mouth of your facks,k carry Hebrews; for that is an abomination 8. 26.Land. ii again in your hand; peradventure unto the Egyptians. cGen. Deut. it as an overfight.
33 And they fat before him, the first- 47. 24 33. 14. 137 Take alfo your brother,and arife, born according to his birth-right, and +Heb. L Gen. go again unto the man. the youngest according to his youth: they 32. 20.. 14 And m God Almighty give you and the men marvelled one ar another, drunk Prov. mercy before the man, that he may 34 And he took and fent melles themunto them from before him: but Ben-felves Pa72 9. b Gen. 37. 25. Lev. 20. 24. k Jamins mefs was e five times fo much merry Th4 6.7 Gen. 42.38, m Gen. 17. 1. Prov. as any of theirs. And they drank, and song CHAR. Mix by twere merry with him