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    GENESIS 45

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    1 Joseph makes himself known to his brethren. 5 He comforts them in God's providence. 9 He sends for his father. 16 Pharaoh confirms it. 21 Joseph furnishes then for their journey, and exhorts them to concord. 25 Jacob is revived with the news. VERSE 1 - could not. * Ge 43:30,31 Isa 42:14 Jer 20:9 - Cause. * 2Sa 1:20 Mt 18:15 Ac 10:41 1Co 13:5 VERSE 2 - wept aloud. Heb. gave forth his voice in weeping. "This," says Sir J. Chardin, "is exactly the genius of the people of Asia; their sentiments of joy or grief are properly transports, and their transports are ungoverned, excessive, and truly outrageous. When anyone returns from a long journey or dies, his family burst into cries that may be heard twenty doors off; and this is renewed at different times, and continues many days, according to the vigor of the passion. Sometimes they cease all at once, and then begin as suddenly, with a greater shrillness and loudness than one could easily imagine." * Nu 14:1 Ru 1:9 2Ki 20:3 Ac 20:37 VERSE 3 - I am Joseph. * Mt 14:27 Ac 7:13; 9:5 - for they. * Job 4:5; 23:15 Zec 12:10 Mt 14:26 Mr 6:50 Lu 5:8; 24:37,38 * Re 1:7 - troubled. or, terrified. VERSE 4 - I am Joseph. * Ge 37:28; 50:18 Mt 14:27 Ac 9:5 VERSE 5 - be not grieved. * Isa 40:1,2 Lu 23:34 2Co 2:7,11 - nor angry with yourselves. Heb. neither let there be anger in your eyes. God. * :7,8; 47:25; 50:20 1Sa 1:19 2Sa 12:12; 16:10-12; 17:14 Job 1:21 * Ps 105:16,17 Ac 2:23,24; 4:24-28; 7:9-15 VERSE 6 - two years. * Ge 41:29-31,54,56; 47:18 - earing. Earing means ploughing or seed-time from the Anglo-Saxon {erian,} probably from {aro,} to plough; and agrees with [aroo <723>,] Greek, {charatha,} Arabic, and {charash,} Hebrew. * Ge 47:23 Ex 34:21 De 21:4 1Sa 8:12 Isa 30:24 VERSE 7 - to preserve you a posterity. Heb. to put for you a remnant. to save. * Jud 15:18 1Ch 11:14 Ps 18:50; 44:4 Ac 7:35 VERSE 8 - it was not. * :5 Joh 15:16; 19:11 Ro 9:16 - father. * Ge 41:39-48 Jud 17:10 Job 29:16 Ps 105:21,22 VERSE 9 - Thus saith. * :26-28 - come. * :13,19,20 VERSE 10 - in the land. * Ge 46:29,34; 47:1-6 Ex 8:22; 9:26 - Goshen. Goshen was the most eastern district of Lower Egypt, and the frontier of that country and Arabia, not far from the Arabian gulf, and lying next to Canaan; for Jacob went directly thither when he came into Egypt, from which it was about eighty miles distant, though Hebron was distant from the Egyptian capital about three hundred miles. - be near. * Joh 14:2,3; 17:24 VERSE 11 * Ge 47:6,12 Mt 15:5,6 Mr 7:9-12 1Ti 5:4 VERSE 12 - your eyes. * Ge 42:23 Lu 24:39 Joh 20:27 - my mouth. - Not as. * Ge 42:23 VERSE 13 - my glory. * Joh 17:24 1Pe 1:10-12 Re 21:23 - bring. * Ac 7:14 VERSE 14 * Ge 29:11; 33:4; 46:29 Ro 1:31 VERSE 15 - Moreover. * :2; 29:11,13; 33:4 Ex 4:27 Ru 1:9,14 1Sa 10:1; 20:41 2Sa 14:33 * Lu 15:20 Ac 20:37 - talked. * Ps 77:4 VERSE 16 - it pleased Pharaoh well. Heb. was good in the eyes of Pharaoh. * Ge 16:6; 20:15; 34:18; 41:33 De 1:33 2Sa 3:36 2Ch 30:4 Es 1:21; 2:4 * Es 5:14 Ac 6:5 VERSE 17 - lade your. * Ge 42:25,26; 44:1,2 VERSE 18 - the fat. * Ge 27:28; 47:6 Nu 18:12,29 De 32:14 Ps 81:16; 147:14 Isa 28:1,4 VERSE 19 - commanded. * Isa 49:1,23 - waggons. * :27; 46:5 - for your. * Ge 31:17,18 VERSE 20 - regard not. Heb. let not your eye spare, etc. * De 7:16; 19:13,21 Isa 13:18 Eze 7:4,9; 9:5; 20:17 - stuff. * Ex 22:7 Jos 7:11 1Sa 10:22; 25:13; 30:24 Eze 12:3,4 Mt 24:17 * Lu 17:31 - the good. * :18; 20:15 Ezr 9:12 Isa 1:19 VERSE 21 - waggons. * :19,27; 46:5 Nu 7:3-9 Eze 23:24 - commandment. Heb. mouth. * :19 Ex 17:1 Nu 3:16 2Ch 8:13; 35:16 Ec 8:2 La 1:18 VERSE 22 - To all. It is a common custom with all the Asiatic sovereigns to give both garments and money to ambassadors and persons of distinction, whom they particularly wish to honor. De La Motraye says, "that they then clothed them (the ambassadors) with {caffetans} (long vests of gold or silver brocade) with large silk flowers." - each. * Jud 14:12,19 2Ki 5:5,22,23 Re 6:11 - to Benjamin. * Ge 43:34 VERSE 23 - laden with. Heb. carrying. * :17 - good things. * Ge 24:10; 43:11 Ex 16:3 - meat. As {mazon} is derived from {zoon,} to prepare, provide, Dr. A. Clarke thinks it may mean here prepared meat; some made-up dish, delicacies, confectionaries, etc. In Asiatic countries they have several curious methods of preserving flesh by potting, by which it may be kept, for any length of time, sweet and wholesome. Some delicacy, similar to the savory meat which Isaac loved, may here be intended; sent to Jacob in consideration of his age, and to testify the respect of his son; for of other kinds of meat he could have no need, as he had large flocks and herds, and could kill a lamb, kid, etc. when he pleased. VERSE 24 - See that. * Ge 37:22; 42:21,22 Ps 133:1-3 Joh 13:34,35 Eph 4:31,32 Php 2:2-5 * Col 3:12,13 1Th 5:13 VERSE 25 VERSE 26 - Joseph. * Lu 24:34 - and he is. * :8,9 Ps 105:21 - And Jacob's. Heb. And his. * Ge 37:35; 42:36,38; 44:28 Jon 2:7 - he believed. * Job 9:16; 29:24 Ps 126:1 Lu 24:11,41 VERSE 27 - the spirit. * Jud 15:19 1Sa 30:12 Ps 85:6 Isa 57:15 Ho 6:2 VERSE 28 - It is enough. * Ge 46:30 Lu 2:28-30 Joh 16:21,22 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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