Now Jacob saw that there was corn in Egypt, and Jacob said unto his sons: ‘Why do ye look one upon another?’NoneAnd he said: ‘Behold, I have heard that there is corn in Egypt. Get you down thither, and buy for us from thence; that we may live, and not die.’NoneAnd Joseph’s ten brethren went down to buy corn from Egypt.NoneBut Benjamin, Joseph’s brother, Jacob sent not with his brethren; for he said: ‘Lest peradventure harm befall him.’NoneAnd the sons of Israel came to buy among those that came; for the famine was in the land of Caanan.NoneAnd Joseph was the governor over the land; he it was that sold to all the people of the land. And Joseph’s brethren came, and bowed down to him with their faces to the earth.NoneAnd Joseph saw his brethren, and he knew them, but made himself strange unto them, and spoke roughly with them; and he said unto them: ‘Whence come ye?’ And they said: ‘From the land of Canaan to buy food.’NoneAnd Joseph knew his brethren, but they knew him not.NoneAnd Joseph remembered the dreams which he dreamed of them, and said unto them: ‘Ye are spies; to see the nakedness of the land ye are come.’NoneAnd they said unto him: ‘Nay, my lord, but to buy food are thy servants come.NoneWe are all one man’s sons; we are upright men, thy servants are no spies.’NoneAnd he said unto them: ‘Nay, but to see the nakedness of the land ye are come.’NoneAnd they said: ‘We thy servants are twelve brethren, the sons of one man in the land of Canaan; and, behold, the youngest is this day with our father, and one is not.’NoneAnd Joseph said unto them: ‘That is it that I spoke unto you, saying: Ye are spies.NoneHereby ye shall be proved, as Pharaoh liveth, ye shall not go forth hence, except your youngest brother come hither.NoneSend one of you, and let him fetch your brother, and ye shall be bound, that your words may be proved, whether there be truth in you; or else, as Pharaoh liveth, surely ye are spies.’NoneAnd he put them all together into ward three days.NoneAnd Joseph said unto them the third day.’ This do, and live; for I fear God:Noneif ye be upright men, let one of your brethren be bound in your prison-house; but go ye, carry corn for the famine of your houses;Noneand bring your youngest brother unto me; so shall your words be verified, and ye shall not die.’ And they did so.NoneAnd they said one to another: ‘We are verily guilty concerning our brother, in that we saw the distress of his soul, when he besought us, and we would not hear; therefore is this distress come upon us.’NoneAnd Reuben answered them, saying: ‘Spoke I not unto you, saying: Do not sin against the child; and ye would not hear? therefore also, behold, his blood is required.’NoneAnd they knew not that Joseph understood them; for the interpreter was between them.NoneAnd he turned himself about from them, and wept; and he returned to them, and spoke to them, and took Simeon from among them, and bound him before their eyes.NoneThen Joseph commanded to fill their vessels with corn, and to restore every man’s money into his sack, and to give them provision for the way; and thus was it done unto them.NoneAnd they laded their asses with their corn, and departed thence.NoneAnd as one of them opened his sack to give his ass provender in the lodging-place, he espied his money; and, behold, it was in the mouth of his sack.NoneAnd he said unto his brethren: ‘My money is restored; and, lo, it is even in my sack.’ And their heart failed them, and they turned trembling one to another, saying: ‘What is this that God hath done unto us?’NoneAnd they came unto Jacob their father unto the land of Canaan, and told him all that had befallen them, saying:None’The man, the lord of the land, spoke roughly with us, and took us for spies of the country.NoneAnd we said unto him: We are upright men; we are no spies.NoneWe are twelve brethren, sons of our father; one is not, and the youngest is this day with our father in the land of Canaan. .NoneAnd the man, the lord of the land, said unto us: Hereby shall I know that ye are upright men: leave one of your brethren with me, and take corn for the famine of your houses, and go your way.NoneAnd bring your youngest brother unto me; then shall I know that ye are no spies, but that ye are upright men; so will I deliver you your brother, and ye shall traffic in the land.’NoneAnd it came to pass as they emptied their sacks, that, behold, every man’s bundle of money was in his sack; and when they and their father saw their bundles of money, they were afraid.NoneAnd Jacob their father said unto them: ‘Me have ye bereaved of my children: Joseph is not, and Simeon is not, and ye will take Benjamin away; upon me are all these things come.’NoneAnd Reuben spoke unto his father, saying: ‘Thou shalt slay my two sons, if I bring him not to thee; deliver him into my hand, and I will bring him back to thee.’NoneAnd he said: ‘My son shall not go down with you; for his brother is dead, and he only is left; if harm befall him by the way in which ye go, then will ye bring down my gray hairs with sorrow to the grave.None
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