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    GENESIS 42

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    1 Jacob sends his ten sons to buy corn in Egypt. 16 They are imprisoned by Joseph for spies. 18 They are set at liberty, on condition to bring Benjamin. 21 They have remorse for Joseph. 24 Simeon is kept for a pledge. 25 They return with corn, and their money. 29 Their relation to Jacob. 36 Jacob refuses to send Benjamin. VERSE 1 - when Jacob. * Ge 41:54,57 Ac 7:12 - saw. i.e, heard, from the report of others, that there was plenty in Egypt. The operations of one sense are frequently put for those of another in Hebrew; (see the Parallel Passages.) * :2 Ex 5:19; 20:18 1Ki 19:3 Ho 5:13 Ga 2:7 - Why do ye. * Jos 7:10 2Ki 8:3,4 Ezr 10:4 Jer 8:14 VERSE 2 - get you. * Ge 43:2,4; 45:9 - that we. * Ge 43:8 Ps 118:17 Isa 38:1 Mt 4:4 VERSE 3 * :5,13 VERSE 4 - Benjamin. * Ge 35:16-19 - Lest. * :38; 3:22; 11:4; 33:1,2; 43:14,29; 44:20-22,27-34 VERSE 5 - for. * Ge 12:10; 26:1; 41:57 Ac 7:11; 11:28 VERSE 6 - governor. {Shallit,} an intendant, protector, ruler, from {shalat,} to be over or a protector, to rule: hence the Arabic {salita,} to obtain and exercise dominion, rule; and {sultÉn,} ruler, lord, prince, and king. * Ge 41:40,41; 45:8,26 Ps 105:16-21 Ac 7:10 - he it was. * Ge 41:55,56 - bowed. * Ge 18:2; 19:1; 37:7,9; 44:14 Re 3:9 VERSE 7 - roughly unto them. Heb. hard things with them. * :9-12,14-17,19,20 Mt 15:23-26 VERSE 8 - but they knew. * Lu 24:16 Joh 20:14; 21:4 VERSE 9 - remembered. * Ge 37:5-9 - Ye are spies. Persons who, under the pretence of wishing to buy corn, desire only to find out whether the land be so defenceless that the tribes to which you belong may attack it successfully, drive out the inhabitants, and settle themselves in it; or, having plundered it, retire into their deserts. This is a frequent custom among the Arabs to the present day. * :9,16,30,31,34 Nu 13:2,16-20 Jos 2:1; 6:23 Jud 1:24 1Sa 26:4 * Lu 20:20 Heb 11:31 - nakedness. * Ex 32:35 VERSE 10 * Ge 27:29,37; 37:8; 44:9 1Sa 26:17 1Ki 18:7 VERSE 11 - We are, etc. We do not belong to different tribes; and it is not likely that one family would make a hostile attempt upon a whole kingdom; nor, if any serious design had been intended, that one man would have sent his sons on so hazardous an expedition. - true men. * :19,33,34 Joh 7:18 2Co 6:4 VERSE 12 - nakedness. * :9 VERSE 13 - Thy servants. * :11,32; 29:32-35; 30:6-24; 35:16-26; 43:7; 46:8-27 Ex 1:2-5 * Nu 1:1-54; 10:1-36; 26:1-65; 34:1-29 1Ch 2:1-8:40 - one is not. * :36,38; 37:30; 44:20,28; 45:26 Jer 31:15 La 5:7 Mt 2:16,18 VERSE 14 * :9-11 Job 13:24; 19:11 Mt 15:21-28 VERSE 15 - By the life. * :7,12,16,30 De 6:13 1Sa 1:26; 17:55; 20:3 Jer 5:2,7 Mt 5:33-37 * Mt 23:16-22 Jas 12 5:12 - except. * :20,34; 43:3; 44:20-34 VERSE 16 - kept in prison. Heb. bound. * :19 VERSE 17 - put. Heb. gathered. * Isa 24:22 Ac 5:18 - ward. * Ge 40:4,7; 41:10 Le 24:12 Ps 119:65 Ac 4:3 Heb 12:10 VERSE 18 - I fear God. * Ge 20:11 Le 25:43 Ne 5:9,15 Lu 18:2,4 VERSE 19 - house. * Ge 40:3 Isa 42:7,22 Jer 37:15 - carry corn. * :1,2,26; 41:56; 43:1,2; 45:23 VERSE 20 - bring. * :15,34; 43:5,19; 44:23 - And they. * :26; 6:22 Joh 2:5 VERSE 21 - they said. * Ge 41:9 Nu 32:23 2Sa 12:13 1Ki 17:18 Job 33:27,28; 34:31,32 * Job 36:8,9 Ho 5:15 Mt 27:3,4 Mr 9:44,46,48 Lu 16:28 Ac 19:18 - we saw. * Ge 37:23-28 Jud 1:7 Pr 21:13; 24:11,12; 28:17 Jer 2:17,19; 4:18 * Jer 34:17 Mt 7:2 1Jo 1:9 Jas 13 2:13 - this distress. * Pr 1:27,28 VERSE 22 - Spake I. * Ge 37:21,22,29,30 Lu 23:41 Ro 2:15 - his blood. * Ge 4:10; 9:5,6 1Ki 2:32 2Ch 24:22 Ps 9:12 Eze 3:18 Lu 11:50,51 * Ac 28:4 Re 13:10; 16:9 VERSE 23 - he spake unto them by a interpreter. Heb. an interpreter was between them. The {mailitz} does not seem to have been an interpreter in our sense of the term; as we have many evidences in this book that the Egyptians, Hebrews, Canaanites, and Syrians, could understand each other in a general way; and it appears from several passages in this very chapter, (particularly ver. 24,) that Joseph and his brethren understood each others' language, as his brethren and Joseph's steward also did (ch. 19 43:19, etc; compare ch. 39; 49.) It seems to denote an officer who is called in Abyssinia, according to Mr. Bruce, {Kal Hatzā,} "the voice or word of the king," who always stands at the side of a lattice window of a balcony, within which the king sits; who is never seen, but who speaks through a hole in the side of it, covered in the inside with a curtain, to this officer, by whom he speaks to the persons present. * Joh 16:13,14 2Co 5:20 VERSE 24 - wept. * Ge 43:30 Isa 63:9 Lu 19:41 Ro 12:15 1Co 12:26 Heb 4:15 - Simeon. * Ge 34:25; 49:5-7 Jude 1:22,23 VERSE 25 - commanded. * Ge 44:1,2 Isa 55:1 - to give them. * Ge 45:21 Mt 6:33 - and thus. * Mt 5:44 Ro 12:17-21 1Pe 3:9 VERSE 26 - laded their asses. * Ge 12:16; 24:35; 30:43; 32:5,15; 34:28; 44:3,13; 45:17,23 1Sa 25:18 * 2Sa 16:2 1Ch 12:40 2Ch 28:15 Ne 13:15 Job 1:3 Isa 30:6 VERSE 27 - the inn. * Ge 43:21; 44:11 Ex 4:24 Lu 2:7; 10:34 - inn. {Malon,} from {loon,} to stay, abide, lodge, denotes any place to stay and lodge in, particularly a place where travellers usually stop to lodge, which is generally near a well, where they fill their {girbehs,} or leathern bottles, with fresh water, and having unladen and clogged their camels, asses, etc., permit them to crop any little verdure there may be in the place, keeping watch over them by turns. Our word inn here gives us a false idea, there were no such places of entertainment in the desert which Joseph's brethren had to pass; nor are there any at the present day. The only accommodation such a place affords is either a well, or a {khan,} or {caravanserai,} which is generally no more than four bare walls, perfectly exposed, the place being open at the top, and furnishing a wretched lodging: and even these, it is probable, were not in use at this early period. VERSE 28 - their heart. * :36; 27:33 Le 26:36 De 28:65 1Ki 10:5 Ps 61:2 So 5:6 * Lu 21:26 - failed them. Heb. went forth. This refers to the spasmodic affection which is felt in the breast at any sudden alarm or fright. - What is. * Isa 45:7 La 2:17; 3:37 Am 3:6 VERSE 29 - Caanan. * :5,13; 37:1; 45:17 - told. * Ge 44:24 VERSE 30 - roughly to us. Heb. with us hard things. * :7-20 VERSE 31 - true. * :11 VERSE 32 - twelve brethren. * :13 VERSE 33 * :15,19,20 VERSE 34 - traffick. * Ge 34:10,21 1Ki 10:15 Eze 17:4 VERSE 35 - every man's. * :27,28; 43:21 VERSE 36 - Me have ye. * Ge 37:20-35; 43:14 - all these things are against me. {Alay hayoo cullanah,} literally, "upon me are all these things:" rendered by the Vulgate, {in me h'c omnia mala reciderunt,} "all these evils fall back upon me;" they lie upon me as heavy loads, hastening my death: they are more than I can bear. * Ge 45:28; 47:12 1Sa 27:1 Job 7:7 Ps 34:19 Ec 7:8 Isa 27:9; 38:10 * Isa 41:10,13,14 Mt 14:31 Ro 8:28,31 1Co 10:13 2Co 4:17 * Jas 7 5:7-11 VERSE 37 - Slay my. * Ge 43:9; 44:32-34; 46:9 Mic 6:7 VERSE 38 - his brother. * :13; 30:22-24; 35:16-18; 37:33,35; 44:20,27-34 - if mischief. * :4; 44:29 - bring. * Ge 37:35; 44:29,31 1Ki 2:6 Ps 71:18; 90:10 Ec 1:14; 2:26 Isa 38:10 * Isa 46:4 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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