Genesis 42

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1 Da Jakob hørte, at der var Korn at få i Ægypten, sagde han til sine Sønner: "Hvad venter I efter?"

2 Og han sagde: "Jeg hører, at der er Korn at få i Ægypten; drag ned og køb os noget, at vi kan blive i Live og undgå Døden!"

3 Så drog de ti af Josefs Brødre ned for at købe Korn i Ægypten;

4 men Jakob sendte ikke Josefs Broder Benjamin med hans Brødre, thi han tænkte, der kunde tilstøde ham en Ulykke.

5 Blandt dem, der kom for at købe Korn, var også Israels Sønner; thi der var Hungersnød i Kana'ans Land.

6 Og da Josef var Hersker i Landet, og han var den, der solgte Korn til alt Folket i Landet, så kom Josefs Brødre og kastede sig til Jorden for ham.

7 Da Josef så sine Brødre, kendte han dem; men han lod fremmed over for dem, talte dem hårdt til og sagde til dem: "Hvorfra kommer I?" De svarede: "Fra Kana'ans Land for at købe Føde!"

8 Josef kendte sine Brødre, men de kendte ikke ham.

9 Da kom Josef de Drømme i Hu. han havde drømt om dem; og han sagde til dem; "I er Spejdere, I kommer for at se, hvor Landet er åbent!"

10 De svarede: "Nej, Herre, dine Trælle kommer for at købe Føde!

11 Vi er alle Sønner af en og samme Mand; vi er ærlige Folk. dine Trælle er ikke Spejdere!"

12 Men han sagde: "Jo vist så! I kommer for at se, hvor Landet er åbent!"

13 De svarede: "Vi, dine Trælle. var tolv Brødre, Sønner af en og samme Mand i Kana'ans Land; den yngste er for Tiden hjemme hos vor Fader, og een er ikke mere!"

14 Men Josef sagde til dem: "Det er, som jeg siger eder: I er Spejdere!

15 Men nu skal I sættes på Prøve: Så sandt Farao lever, slipper I ikke herfra, uden at eders yngste Broder kommer hid!

16 Lad en af eder rejse hjem for at hente eders Broder, og imedens holdes I andre fangne; så vil det. vise sig, om eders Ord er Sandhed; og hvis ikke, så er I, så sandt, Farao lever, Spejdere!"

17 Derpå holdt han dem i Forvaring tre Dage.

18 Men Tredjedagen sagde Josef til dem: "Vil I beholde Livet, så skal I gøre således, thi jeg er en Mand, der frygter Gud:

19 Er I virkelig ærlige Folk, lad så en af eder blive tilbage som Fange i det Fængsel, som I sad i, medens I andre drager hjem med Korn til at stille Hungeren i eders Huse;

20 og bring så eders yngste Broder til mig, så skal eders Ord stå til Troende, og I skal slippe for at !" Og således gjorde de.

21 Da sagde de til hverandre: "Sandelig, nu må vi bøde for, hvad vi forbrød mod vor Broder, da vi så hans Sjælevånde, medens han bønfaldt os, og dog ikke hørte ham; derfor stedes vi nu i denne Vånde!"

22 Men uben tog til Orde og sagde til dem: "Sagde jeg eder ikke dengang: Forsynd eder ikke mod Drengen! Men I vilde ikke høre; se, nu kræves hans Blod!"

23 Således talte de. Men de vidste ikke, at Josef forstod det, thi han forhandlede med dem ved Tolk;

24 og han vendte sig bort fra dem og græd. Siden vendte han sig til dem og talte med dem; og han tog Simeon fra dem og lod ham fængsle for deres Øjne.

25 Så gav Josef Befaling til at fylde deres Sække med Korn og lægge Pengene tilbage i hver enkelts Sæk og give dem ejsekost; og således skete det.

26 Så læssede de deres Korn på Æslerne og drog bort.

27 Men da en af dem i Natteherberget åbnede sin Sæk for at give sit Æsel Foder, fik han Øje på sine Penge, der lå oven i Sækken;

28 og han sagde til sine Brødre: "Mine Penge er kommet igen; se, de er i min Sæk!" Da sank Hjertet i Livet på dem, og de så forfærdede på hverandre og sagde: "Hvad har Gud dog gjort imod os!"

29 Og da de kom hjem til deres Fader Jakob i Kana'ans Land, fortalte de ham alt, hvad der var hændet dem, og sagde:

30 "Manden, der er Landets Herre, talte os hårdt til og holdt os i Forvaring, som var vi Folk, der vilde udspejde Landet;

31 men vi sagde til ham: Vi er ærlige Folk og ikke Spejdere;

32 vi var tolv Brødre, Sønner af en og samme Fader; een er ikke mere, og den yngste er for Tiden hjemme hos vor Fader i Kana'ans Land.

33 sagde Manden, der er Landets Herre: Derpå vil jeg kende, at I er ærlige Folk: Lad en af eder blive hos mig, og tag I andre Korn til at stille Hungeren i eders Huse og drag hjem!

34 Siden skal I bringe eders yngste Broder til mig, for at jeg kan kende, at I ikke er Spejdere, men ærlige Folk; så vil jeg udlevere eders Broder til eder, og I kan frit rejse i Landet."

35 Da de nu tømte deres Sække, fandt hver sin Pengepose i sin Sæk; og da de og deres Fader så Pengeposerne, blev de forfærdede.

36 Og deres Fader Jakob sagde til dem: "I gør mig barnløs; Josef er ikke mere, og Simeon er ikke mere, og nu vil I tage Benjamin; det går alt sammen ud over mig!"

37 sagde uben til sin Fader: "Du må tage mine to Sønners Liv, hvis jeg ikke bringer ham til dig; betro ham til mig, og jeg skal bringe ham tilbage til dig!"

38 Men han sagde: "Min Søn skal ikke rejse derned med eder, thi hans Broder er død, og han alene er tilbage; tilstøder der ham en Ulykke på den ejse, I har for, så bringer I mine grå Hår ned i Dødsriget med Sorg!"

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ned
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brødre
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benjamin
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drømme
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at se
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en
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farao
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sæk
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tilbage
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kende
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bringe
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to
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bringer
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søn
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død
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Dødsriget
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sorg
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