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eup in Benjamins fack
Fudabs fupplication. CHAP. XLIV. 23 And thou faidit unto thy ferFofephs policy to tay bis brethren, vants, Except your youngest brother 14 Judabs bumble Supplication to come down with you, you thall fee my Jofeph. face q no more.
A 9 Gen Na he commanded tfteward ofhis 24 And it came to pafs, when we 43: 3houfe,laying,Fill mens facks with came up unto thy fervant my father, rgen. 46. 19. food,as much as they can carry,& put we told him the words of my lord. every mans money in his facks mouth. 25 And our father fald, Go again, GED. 2 And 6 put my cup, the filver cup in and buy us a little food. facks mouth
benfe. his corn-money: and he did according down: If our youngest brother be with grayto the word that Jofeph had fpoken. us, then will we go down: for we may Gen ness. 3 Affoon as the morning was light, the not fee the mans face except our 4.15 men were fent away, they & their alles, youngest brother be with us. If. 3.1. Cor. the city, and not yet far off, Jofeph unto us, Yeknow that my wife bare v. 31. 4 And when they were gone out of 27 And thy fervant my father faid f Heb. 1.12. Heb. the men; and when thou doeft overfald unto his fteward, Up, follow after me two fons 28 And the one went out from me. 31. 17. would fearch have ye rewarded evil for good? take them, fay unto them, Wherefore and I fald, Surely he is torn in pieces; pral ing 88.4. Search drinketh? and whereby Indeed he + di- mitchief befall him ye shall bring down 18. 1 Is not this it, in which my lord 1 King vineth? ye have done evil in fo doing, my fgray hairs with forrow to grave. RCY. 6 And he overtook them, and he to thy fervant my father, and the Heb. 30 Now therefore when I come 5.5. Gen. fpake unto them thefe fame words.
33 And ifye take this alfo from me,&
30. 27. Lev. 7 And they faid unto him, Where- lad be not with us (feeing that his 7. 22. 19, 26. forbid that thy fervants should do ac- 31 It fhall come to pass, when he feeth 3.16. fere faith my lord thefe words? God life is bound up in the lads life.) Joh. a King-cording to this thing. that the lad is not with us, that he Heb. 21.6. 8 Behold, the money which we found will die; and thy fervants hall bring ind my Gen. In our facks mouths, we brought again down the gray hairs of thy fervant our father 31. 32. unto thee out of the land of Canaan: father with forrow to the grave. d Exo. how then fhould we fteal our of thy I Chr. 32 For thy fervant became furety for 10. 3. 20.7. lords houfe filver or gold? the lad unto my father, faying, If I P.alm and 9 With whom foever of thy fervants bring him not unto thee, then I fail 116.3. 34.7. it be found, both clet him die, and we bear the blame to my father for ever. Gen. alfo will be my lords bond-men. Exod 33 Now therefore, I pray thee, let 18. 9. 37.22 Num. 10 And he faid, Now allo let it be thy fervant abide inftead of the lad, a Eith 14.6. according unto your words: he with bond-man to my lord; and let the lad 8. 6. whom it is found fhall be my fervant; go up with his brethren. and ye shall be d blameless.
2 Sam. I. 2. and
11 Then they fpeedily took down every man bis fack to the ground, and Opened every man his fack.
Job 31. 34 For how thall Igo up to my fa- 29. ther, and the lad be nor with me left Pfalm peradventure I fee the evil that fhall 119. come on my father. CHAP. XLV. Fafeph revealeth himself to his bre toren: 9 fendeth for his father; 25 who revived with the news.
himself before all them that flood 43. 31.
14 And Judah and his brethren came by him; and he cryed, Caufe every Deut. to Jofephs houfe (for he was yet there) man 6 to go out from me;& there ftood 14 & on
25. I. Pfal.
made Judg 15 And Jofeph faid unto them, What himself known unto his brethren. 10. 31. 6. deed is this that ye have done? wot 2 And het wept aloud: and the Egyp-b1 Co. Prov. ye not, that fuch a man as I can t cer- tians and the houfe of Pharaoh heard. 13.5′′ 17. 15. tainly divine? 3 And Jofeph faid unto his brethren, Matt. Ifa. 5. 16 And Judah fald, What shall we fay Ic am Jofeph:doth my father yet live? 18. 15. 23. unto my lord? what thall we fpeak? orf & his brethren could not anfwer him; 2 Sam. how fhall we clear our felves? God hath for they were d troubled at his pre- r. 20 & Ifa. found outg iniquity of thy fervants: fence. +Heb. behold,b we are my lords fervants, both 4 And Jofeph faid unto his brethren, gave we,& be alfo whom the cup is found. Come near to me, I pray you: and they farth 17 And be faid, God forbid that I came near: and he faid,e I am Jofeph bis fhould do fo but the man in whofe your brother, f whom ye fold into voice in en, hand the cup is found. he fhall be my Egypt. weep26, fervant: and as for you, get you up in Now therefore be not grieved,nor ing. peace unto your father. angry with your felves,that ye fold me Num
27. Matt, 7.20
18 Then Judah came near unto hither: b for God did fend me before 14 I.
Judg. vant, I pray thee, fpeak a word in my 6 For thefe two years bath the famin 24.9.
years, in the which there fhall neither 7.13.
d Zac. 7 And God fent me before you, to 12. 10 preferve you a pofterity in the earth, Rev. and to fave your lives by a great 1. 7.
Gen. bur, against thy fervant: for thou art
and az And we faid unto my lord,The ladL mi ma
+Heb. bim that
Jofepb known to his brethren.
Chap. xiv). Jacob cometh to Beersheba. 9 Hafte you, and go up to my fa- Jacob: And he fald, Here am I. Gen. ther, and fay unto him, Thus faith 3 And he faid, I am fGod, the God 18. 18. thy fon Jofeph, God hath made me of thy father, fear not to go down Gen. lord over all Egypt, come down unto into Egypt: for I will there make of 24.7. me, tarry not. thee a great nation. Exod. 10 And thou shalt dwell in the land 4 g I will go down with thee into 25. 20. of Gothen, and thou shalt be near un- Egypt, & I will alfo furely b bring thee Gen. to me, thou, and thy children, and thy up again and Jofeph fhall put bis 50.5. childrens children, and thy flocks, and hand upon thine eyes. 13. thy herds, and all that thou haft.
And Jacob rofe up from Beerfhe-fal 11 And there will I nourish thee (for ba: and the tons of ifrael carried Ja- 105, yet there are five years of famin) left cob their father, and their little 23. thou, and thy houthold, and all that ones, and their wives, in the wagons Acts 7. thou haft, come to poverty. which Pharaoh had fent to carry him.
12 And behold, your eyes fee,and the eyes of my brother Benjamin, that it is o my mouth that speaketh unto you. 13 And you fhall tell my father of all
6 And they took their cattel, and Ifa. their goods which they had gotten in 2.4. land of Canaan,& came into Egypt, Joh. Jacob, and all his feed with him: 24.4.
17 And Pharaoh fald unro Jofeph, of a Canaanitish woman.
12 And the fons of Judah, Er,and 28. 1
18 And take your father, and your Onan, & Shelah, & Pharez, & Zerah: Ch. housholds, & come unto me: and I will but Er&Onan q died in the land of Ca- 6.16. give you the good off land of Egypt, naan.. And the fons of Pharez were Exo. and ye thall eat ther fat of the land. r Hezron, and Hamul.
eyes Spare Dcur. 7.16.
19 Now thou art commanded, this 13 And the fons of Iffachar, t Tola, 1 Chr. do ye, Take you wagons out of the and Phuvah, and Job, and Shimron. 3.4. land of Egypt for your little ones 14 ¶ And the fons of Zebulun, Se- Numb. 13, 21. and for your wives, and bring your red, and Elon and Jahleel. 3. 3. Ezek. father, and come. 15 Thefe be the fons of Leah, which 4 4 4. 20Alfot regard not your ftuff:for the the bare ungo Jacob in Padan-Aram, 34 7.4.9. Heb. good ofall the land of Egypt is yours. with his daughter Dinah: all the fouls Gen. 21 And the children of Ifrael did fo: of his fons and his daughters were mouth V. 19. & Jofeph gave them wagons,according y thirty and three. Ecel to the commandment of Pharaoh, & 16 ¶ And the fons of Gad,x. Ziphion, 13. 8.2. gave them provifion for the way. and Haggai, Shuni,and Ezbon,and Eri, Gen. Job 22 To all of them he gave each man and Arodi, and Arell. 1 changes of raiment: but to Benjamin 12 And the fons of Ather, fimnah, Judg. he gave three hundred pieces ctfilver, and Ithuah, and Itul, and Beriah, and 7 Serah their fifter:& the fons of Berlah, 14. 12 and five changes of raiment. Rev. 23 And to his father he fent after Heber, and Malchiel. 6.11. this manner; ten affes laden with the 18 Thefe are the fons of Zilpah t Heb. good things of Egypt, and ten fhe-affes whom Laban gave to Leah his daughbe not laden with corn and bread & meat for ter: and there the bare unto Jacob firred, his father by the way. even fixteen fouls. Gen 24 So he fent his brethren away, 19The fons of Rachel, Jacobs a wife, V. Sa 37. 22, and they departed: and he faid unto Jofeph and Benjamin. and them, See yet fall not out by y way. 20 And unto Jofeph in the land of 42. 22, 25 And they went up out of E Egypt were born Manaffeh & Ephraim, Prov. Eypr, and came into the land of Ca- which Afenath daughter of Potiphe-29. 18. 29.9. naan unto Jacob their father.: 26 And told him, faying, Jofeph is 21 And the fons of Benjamin mere 18. 33. yer alive, and he is governour over all 6 Belah, & Becher, and c Abbel, Gera, Gen the land, for he believed them not, and Huppim, and a Road Muppim, 41. 45. *Rom fainted, 27 And they told him all the words 22 Thefe are the fons of Rachel, 8.1 Luke of Jofeph,which he had faid unto them; which were born to Jacob:all the fouls Num 24. 41, and when he faw the wagons which were fourteen.
10. 1. KTCh. 7.1. x Gen.
12. 3 Nu 26. 15.
rah, prieft of
Joseph had fent to carry him, the fpirit. 23 Amb the e fons of Dan,Hushim. *Luke of Jacob their father revived. ** 24 And the fons of Naphrall Jah 2.28. 28 And Ifrael faid, It is enough, reel and Guni,& Jeher, and Shillim. f1 ch Jofeph my fon is yet allve: I will go as Thefe are the fons of Bilhab and fee him before I die. which Laban gave unto Rachel his CHAP. XLVI. daughter, and the bare thefe unto Ja Jacob comforted by God at Beerfheba, cob: all the fouls were feven goeth toward Egypt. 8 The number 26 All the fouls that came with Jacob of his family. 28 Jofeph meeteth him into Egypt, which came out of his Gen. journey flains, befides fons all † sach all that he had,and came to a Beer- the fouls mere threefcore and fix. thigh. Gen theba, and b offered facrifices unto the 27 And the fons of Jofeph which Exod 26, 12, c God of his father Ifaac. were born him in Egypt, were two. 1.5 Gen. 2 And Ged fpake unto Ifrael in the fouls: all the fouls af the house of Gen. 31. 42. 4 vifions of vifions of the night, and faid. Jacob, Jacob, which came into Egypt, were 35. 25, 4G cm, 22, the
Jacob brought before Pharaoh. The Egyptians fell their land. Deur.g threefcore and ten. 12 And Jofeph nourished his father, Or, 10 22 23 And he fent Judah before him and his brethren, and all his fathers as a and unto Jofeph, to direct his face unto houthold with bread, according to little 32. 8. Gothen; and they came into the land their familles. child In the of Gothen. 13 And there was no bread in all is nou firft250 29 And Jofeph made ready his cha- the land, for the famin was very fore, righed. Jears rlot, and went up to meet Ifrael his fo that the land of Egypt, and all thet Heb. 70, but father, to Gothen; and prefented him- land of Canaan fainted by reafon of to the In the felf unto him: & heb fell on his neck, the famin. mouth
other and wept on his neck a good while. 14 And Jofeph gathered up all the of the 30 And Ifrael faid unto Jofeph, money was found in land of Egypt,little fee Ex. Now let me die, fince I have feen thy and in the land of Canaan, for the corn one. 12. 37. face, becaufe thou art yet alive. which they bought: & Jofeph brought Gen. b Gen. 31 And Jofeph fald unto his bre- the money into Pharaohs houfe. 50. 21 33.4. thren, and unto his fathers houfe, 15 And when money failed in the land I Thef will go up, fhew of in the land all
and 45. 14. fay unto him, My brethren, and my Egyptians came unto Jofeph,& faid",† Heb. Luke fathers houfe, which were in the land Give us m bread: for why thould weraged. 15. 20. of Canaan, are come unto me. die in thy prefence? for mony faileth. Prov i Luke 32 And the men are thepherds; for 16 And Jofeph faid, Give your cat-16. 19. 2. 29. their trade hath been to feed cartel: tel; and I will give you for your cat-1 Sa Gen. and they have brought their flocks, tel, if money fall. 18.30. 47.7. and thefr herd,and all that they have. 17 And they brought their cattel un-m Mat. Het. 33 And it shall come to pafs, when to Jofeph, and Jofeph gave them bread 6. 11. 2. 11. Pharaoh fhall call you, and fhall fay, in exchange for horfes, &e for f flocks, Phil Heb. What is your toccupation? and for the cattel of the herds, and for 4. S. 34 That ye thall fay, Thy fervants the affes; and he fed them with bread Rom. trade hath been about cattel from our for all their cartel for that year. 12. 17. men of youth, even until now, both we, and 18 When that year was ended, they Col. cattle. alfo our fathers: that ye may dwell in came unto him the fecond year, & fald 4. 5. Gen. the land of Gothen; for every fhepherd unto him, We willo not hide it from my Dan. 6. 9.20. is an abomination unto Egyptians. lord, how that our money is fpent,5,6, 7. i Kin my lord alfo hath our herds of cartel Cor there is not ought left in the fight of 10. 32. my lord, but our bodies and our lands: Pfal. 19 Wherefore fball we die before thine32. 5. eyes, both we and our land? buy us Prov..
9.27. t Heb.works. 1 Gen. 43. 32.
Jofeph bringeth his brethren, 7 and
30.8.. 21 And as for the people, he removed i Cor them to cities from one end of the 2.13. Gen. 3 And Pharaoh faid unto his brethren, borders of Egypt, even unto the other Matt.. 13.9. What is your occupation? And they end thereof.. Prov. faid unto Pharaoh, Thy fervants are 22 Only the land of the priests Neh. 21. 1. fhepherds, both we, and alfo our fa- bought he not; for the priefts had a 13. 10. Exo. thers. portion affigned them of Pharaoh, and Gal 6.13. 21. 4 They faid moreover unto Pha-did eat their portion which Pharaoh 6. Ezek. raoh, For to fojourn in the land are gave them: wherefore they fold not 1 Tim. 34.31.We come: for thy fervants have no their lands.
Ezr. 4. pasture for their flocks, for the famin 23 Then Jofeph faid unto the people, Deut.
the years of thy
8 And Pharaoh faid unto Jacob,
9 And Jacob fald unto Pharaoh, The days of years of my g pilgrimage are Heb. an hundred & thirty years:h few & evil 11.9. have days off years of my life been, Pfalm & have not attained unto the days of
27.4 And Ifrael dwelt in the land 43: 34% of Egypt, in the countrey of Gofhent Heb. and they had poffeflions therein, and made. grew, and multiplyed exceedingly.us live:
Job the days of their pilgrimage.. 34.1.
39. 12. the years of the life of my fathers, in 28 And Jacob lived in the land.ot Gen. G.. Egypt feventeen years:. fot the whole 19. and 10 And Jacob k bleffed Pharaoh,and age of Jacob was an hundred forty and 45-7 Gen. went out from before Pharaoh. erfeven years.35.28. 11 And Jofeph placed his father 29. And the time drew nigh that If-33. 15. V.7. and his brethren, and gave them a pof- raelt muft die ; & he called his fon Io-and 18 feffion in the land of Egypt,in the beft feph's and faid unto him, If now have3. of the land, in the land of Rameses, and
Pharaoh had commandeds
foundRuth. 2. 13. Gen. 46.3† Heb. the daysof the years of his life, t. Gen. 23. 8.
Jofephuifiteth his father.
Gen. found grace in thy fight, put, I pray rude in the midft of the earth. Facob bleed his fans. 24. thee, thy hand under my thigh, and 17 And when Jofeph faw that his xHeb. deal kindly and truly with me bury father laid his right hand upon the 11. 22. me not, I pray thee, in Egypt: head of Ephraim, its difpleated him: Gen. 30 But i will lie with my fathers, and he held up his fathers hand, to re- 29.8. 50. 24 and thou fhalt carry me out of Egypt, move it from Ephraims head unto 1 Sam. 25. and bury me in their x burying-place. Manaffehs head. 16.7. 7 Heb. And he faid, I will do as thou haff faid. 18 And Jofeph faid unto his father, Ro. 9. 31 And he faid, Swear unto me: and Not fo, my father: for this is the first- 7.8.11. I King. he fware unto him. And Ifrael y bowed born;put thy right hand upon his head. Gen. 5. 1. 47. himself upon the beds-head. 19 And his father refufed, and faid, ?2. CHAP. XLVIII. I know it, my fon, I know it: he alfo 1 Chr. 1 Jofeph vifiteth his father. 3 Jacob fhall become a people, and he alfo fhall 5.1.2. repeateth the promife; 21 and prophe-be great, but truly his younger brother/Num fieth their return to Canaan. fhall be greater than he, and his feed 1.32
a Gen. Nd it came to pafs after thefe fhall become a multitude of nations. and 2.
17. 1. A things, one told Jofeph, Behold, 20 And he bleffed them that day 18.20. Gen. thy father is fick and he took with faying, In thee thall Ifrael blefs,faying, Ruth 28. 19. him his two fons, Manaffeh & Ephraim. God make thee as Ephraim, and as 4. 11. and 36. 2 And one told Jacob and faid, be- Manaffeh: and he fet Ephraim before
hold, thy fon Jofeph cometh unto Manaffeh.
Gen. thee and Ifrael ftrengthned himself, 21 And Ifrael fald unto Jofeph, Be-
Jacob calleth his fons to bless them.
befal you in the last days.
Gcn. 6 And thy ifiue which thou begeeft 2 Gather your felves together, and 3.7.
25. 20. 35.9. Gen. 39. 18. Thef. 4.6.
and fald, Who are thefe?
and was but a little way to come unto 4 Unftable as water, thou shalt not Heb.
9 And Jofeph faid unto his father,
10(Now the eyes of Ifraelt were dim
Exo. 13 And Jofeph took them both, 9 Judah ispalions whelp: from the 19.1. #Jof 25.6. Ephraim in his right hand towards prey, my fon, thou art gone up: he Pfal. Ifraels left hand, and Manaffeh in his ftooped down,be a couched as a lion,& 79. 68. 118. 6. left hand towards Ifrack right hand as an old llon; who fhall route him up? Rev. and brought them near unto him. 10 The fcepter fhall not depart from 5. 5. 14And Ifrael ftretched out his right Judah, norr à law-giver from between Pfal. hand, and laid upon Ephraims head, his feet, until Shiloh come; and 69. 19. who was the younger and his left hand unto him thall the gathering of the r Mat. 49. 26. upon Manaffchs head, guiding his people be: Heb. bands wittingly: for Manalleh was the 11 Binding his foal unto the vine, Ifal. 17.5. He ma-firft-born. and his affes colt unto the choice vine 11. 10. 15. And he blefied » Jofeph,and fald, he washed his garments in wine, and Rom. de bis bands God before whom my fathers Abra- his clothes in the blood of grapes. wife. ham & Ifaaco did walk,the God which 12 His eyes fhall be red with wine, Hagg Gen. fed me all my life long unto this day, and his teeth white with milk. Y-2.7. 9.25. 16 The q angel which redeemed me 13 Zebulus fhall dwell at the xt Joh 1 Chr. from all evil blefs the lads, and ler haven of the fea, and he fhall be for 15. Ja 4.31. my name be named on them, and thean haven of hips: and his border lfat 1.16. name of my fathers Abraham and Jhall be unto Zidon.
Gen. Laac and let them grow anto a multi- 14 Iffachar is ya ftrong afs, couch-x Jof.
Mal, 3, 1, Exod, 23, 89, Hob
Deu. 16 Dan fhall judge his people,
Genefis. Facobs burlah Jud. 15 And he faw that reft was good, Egyptians mourned for him three-Num 15. 20. and the land that it was pleafant, and icore and ten days. 20. 29. Numb. bowed his fhoulder to bear,and became 4 And when the days of his mouri- Deut. 1.46. a fervant unto tribu re. Ing were paft, Jofeph ffpake unto the 21. 13. houfe of Pharaoh, laying, If now IfEft.4. have found grace in your eyes, fpeak, 2. 17 Dan fhall be a a ferpent by the I pray you, in the ears of Pharaoh, & Gen. 25.5. way, an adder in the path, that biteth faying, 47-29. Ifala. the horfe heels, fo that his rider thall My father made me fwear, faying, b Mat. 26, S. fall backward. Log Idie: in my grave, which I have 27. 6. b digged for me, in the land of Canaan, Ifaiah there thalt thou i bury me. Now there-22. 16. fore let me go up, I pray thee, and i Pfal. bury my father, and 1 will come again. 7. 3. 6 And Pharaoh fald, Go up,and bury Gen. 3. thy father, according k as he made 19% thee fwear. kGen. 7 T And Jofeph went up to bury his 43. 21. father. and with him went up all the Acts fervants of Pharaoh, the elders of his 2. houfe, and all the elders of the land Thac is, a
Jof. 18 I have waited for thy falvation, 13.8. O LORD. Deut. 19 Gad, ca tronp thall overcome 33. 20.him: but he fhall overcome at the laft. Deu. 20 Out of Afher d his bread ball be 33.24 fat, and he fhall yield royal damties. Pfal. 21 Naphtali sa hind let loofe, 18.34.hegiveth goodly words.
Deu. 22 Jofeph is a fruitful bough,even 33. 1. & fruitful bough by a well, whofe gGen. branches run over the wall.
7. 238 The archers have forely grieved of Egypt, riai. him, and thot at bim, and hated him. 8 And all the houfe of Jofeph, and thorn24 But his bow abode in itrength, his brethren, and his fathers houfe: 44.70. Deu. and the arms of his hands were made only their little ones, and their flocks, ble 33.25. ftrong by the hands of the mighty and their herds they left in the land m Deu. Deu. God of Jacob; from thence is the of Goffen. 33-17.thepherd, the frone of Ifrael, Hof. 9. 25 Even by the God of thy father, 14. who that help thee, and by the Al7Mat. mighty, who fhall biefs thee with 11. 9. bleflings of heaven above, bleflings of 10, 11. the deep that lleth under, bleflings of John the k brefts and of the womb. 1. 15 26 The bleflings of thy father have and he made a mourning for his father ning of 19. 36. prevailed/above the blettings of my n feven days.
9 And there went up with him both Num chariots and horfemen, and it was la 19. I very great company. • Gen, 10 And they came to the threshing- 10. 16. floor of Arad, which is m beyond That Jordan, and there they mourned with is, the a great and very fore lamentation: mouer
m Deu. progenitors,unro the murmoft bound 11 And when the inhabitants of the & 23. 13 of the everlafting hills, they fhall be land, the o Canaanites, faw the mour-flans 15. on the head of Jofeph, and on the ning in the floor of Arad, they fald,? Gen. Eze. crown of the head of him that was This is a grievous mourning to the 49. 19. 36. 37, o feparare from his brethren. Epyptians wherefore the name of it 9 Gen. 39. 27 Benjamin fhall raven as a was called + Abel-Mizraim, which fr.23. 17 Hab.3. wolf: in the morning he shall devour beyond Jordan. 18. 6. the prey, and q at nighr be fhall divide iz And his fons did unto him pac- 2 Kin. o Num. the poll. cording as he commanded them. 21, 19 6.2 28 All these are ther twelve tribes 13 For his fons carried him into the Jof.19 Pfalm of Ifrael: and this is it that their ta- land of Canaan, and buried him in the 41 89. 40. ther fpake unto them, and bleffed cave of q the field of Machpelah,which Lev. Hof. them every one according to his Abraham bought with the field for a 26. 36 13.7. blefling he bleffed them. poffeftion of a burying-place, of E-/Gen A. 8. 29 And he charged them, and faid phron the Hittite, before Mamre. 42. 11. 3- unto them, I am to be gathered unto 14 And Jofeph returned into t Heb
Efth. my people: bury me with my fathers, Egypt, he, and his brethren, and all char8.7.9. in the cave that is in the field of that went up with him to bury his fa-ged. Philip. Ephron the Hittite, ther, after he had buried his father. Prov 3. 5.
Galat. Machpelah, which is before Mamre, in faw that their father was dead, they Mat Ja 30. the land of Canaan which Abraham faid, Jofeph will.r peradventure hate 6. 12 ricor. bought with the field of Ephron the us, and will certainly requite us all 1415 30. 3. Hitilte, for a poffeflion of å burying-the evil which we did unto him. Ephef Gen place. 16 And they t fent a meffenger unto 4.31. 35. 22. 31 (There they buried Abraham and Jofeph, faying, Thy father did com- Luk Gen. Sarah his wife, there they buried.Ifaac mand before he died, faying, 17.3.4 59 and Rebekah his wife, and there 17 So fhall ye fay unto Jofeph,t For-Gen. Hebr. I buried Leah.) give, I pray thee now, the trefpafs of 26. 2. 12. 23. 32 The purchase of the field and of thy brethren,& their fins for they did and 3. 7.Gen the cave that is therein, was from the unto thee evil and now we pray thee, 42. 23.8. children of Heth. forgive the trefpals of the fervants of Gen. Pfal. 33 And when Jacob had made an x the God of thy father..And Jofeph 37-732.33. end of commanding his fons, he ga-wept when they spake unto him. z.Gen SI thered up his feet into the bed, and 18 And his brethren alfo went, and 45-55.1, 2. yielded up the ghoft, & was gathered y, fell down before his face; and they 4 Rom. unto his people. faid, Behold, we be thy fervants.. 19 And Jofeph.faid unto them,Fear 34
The mourning for Facob. 7. The fune-not: for am I in a the place of God? Job34. Tal. 24 Jofeph prophefieth to his bre- 20 Bur as.for you, ye thought evil 29thren their return. 26 His death against me, b but God meant it unto Deut. Den is this Deu. face and b wept upon him, and day, to fave much people alive.. Rom. Ephef. c kiffed him.. 21 Now therefore fear ye.not: I will 12. 19. 642 And Jofeph commanded his fer- nourish you and your little ones. Hebr Th. vants the phyficians to embalm his And he comforted them, and fpake 19. 30. 4.13. father: and the phyficians 4 embalmed + kindly unto them. bGen. 2-Kin. Ifrael.. 22 And Jofeph dwelt in Egypt, 45.5. 33. 14. 3 And forty day were fulfilled for he, and his fathers houfe: and Joieph Act. 3. Gen, hlm (for fo are fulfilled the days of lived an hundred and ten years. 46.4. those which are embalmed) and the 23 And Jofeph faw Ephratas children, Pfalm Joh. 89. 39. 2 Chr. 16. 14, Mar, 14, 18. & 16, 1, 1 Mar 5:44. † feb.ro their bear, Mai,492