Gênesis 44

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1 Depois José deu ordem ao despenseiro de sua casa, dizendo: Enche de mantimento os sacos dos homens, quanto puderem levar, e põe o dinheiro de cada um na boca do seu saco.

2 E a minha taça de prata porãs na boca do saco do mais novo, com o dinheiro do seu trigo. Assim fez ele conforme a palavra que José havia dito.

3 Logo que veio a luz da manhã, foram despedidos os homens, eles com os seus jumentos.

4 Havendo eles saído da cidade, mas não se tendo distanciado muito, disse José ao seu despenseiro: Levanta-te e segue os homens; e, alcançando-os, dize-lhes: Por que tornastes o mal pelo bem?

5 Não é esta a taça por que bebe meu senhor, e de que se serve para adivinhar? Fizestes mal no que fizestes.

6 Então ele, tendo-os alcançado, lhes falou essas mesmas palavras.

7 Responderam-lhe eles: Por que falo meu senhor tais palavras? Longe estejam teus servos de fazerem semelhante coisa.

8 Eis que o dinheiro, que achamos nas bocas dos nossos sacos, to tornamos a trazer desde a terra de Canaã; como, pois, furtaríamos da casa do teu senhor prata ou ouro?

9 Aquele dos teus servos com quem a taça for encontrada, morra; e ainda nós seremos escravos do meu senhor.

10 Ao que disse ele: Seja conforme as vossas palavras; aquele com quem a taça for encontrada será meu escravo; mas vós sereis inocentes.

11 Então eles se apressaram cada um a pôr em terra o seu saco, e cada um a abri-lo.

12 E o despenseiro buscou, começando pelo maior, e acabando pelo mais novo; e achou-se a taça no saco de Benjamim.

13 Então rasgaram os seus vestidos e, tendo cada um carregado o seu jumento, voltaram à cidade.

14 E veio Judá com seus irmãos à casa de José, pois ele ainda estava ali; e prostraram-se em terra diante dele.

15 Logo lhes perguntou José: Que ação é esta que praticastes? não sabeis vós que um homem como eu pode, muito bem, adivinhar?

16 Respondeu Judá: Que diremos a meu senhor? que falaremos? e como nos justificaremos? Descobriu Deus a iniqüidade de teus servos; eis que somos escravos de meu senhor, tanto nós como aquele em cuja mão foi achada a taça.

17 Disse José: Longe esteja eu de fazer isto; o homem em cuja mão a taça foi achada, aquele será meu servo; porém, quanto a vós, subi em paz para vosso pai.

18 Então Judà se chegou a ele, e disse: Ai! senhor meu, deixa, peço-te, o teu servo dizer uma palavra aos ouvidos de meu senhor; e não se acenda a tua ira contra o teu servo; porque tu és como Faraó.

19 Meu senhor perguntou a seus servos, dizendo: Tendes vós pai, ou irmão?

20 E respondemos a meu senhor: Temos pai, já velho, e há um filho da sua velhice, um menino pequeno; o irmão deste é morto, e ele ficou o único de sua mãe; e seu pai o ama.

21 Então tu disseste a teus servos: Trazei-mo, para que eu ponha os olhos sobre ele.

22 E quando respondemos a meu senhor: O menino não pode deixar o seu pai; pois se ele deixasse o seu pai, este morreria;

23 replicaste a teus servos: A menos que desça convosco vosso irmão mais novo, nunca mais vereis a minha face.

24 Então subimos a teu servo, meu pai, e lhe contamos as palavras de meu senhor.

25 Depois disse nosso pai: Tornai, comprai-nos um pouco de mantimento;

26 e lhe respondemos: Não podemos descer; mas, se nosso irmão menor for conosco, desceremos; pois não podemos ver a face do homem, se nosso irmão menor não estiver conosco.

27 Então nos disse teu servo, meu pai: Vós sabeis que minha mulher me deu dois filhos;

28 um saiu de minha casa e eu disse: certamente foi despedaçado, e não o tenho visto mais;

29 se também me tirardes a este, e lhe acontecer algum desastre, fareis descer as minhas cãs com tristeza ao Seol.

30 Agora, pois, se eu for ter com o teu servo, meu pai, e o menino não estiver conosco, como a sua alma está ligada com a alma dele,

31 acontecerá que, vendo ele que o menino ali não está, morrerá; e teus servos farão descer as cãs de teu servo, nosso pai com tristeza ao Seol.

32 Porque teu servo se deu como fiador pelo menino para com meu pai, dizendo: Se eu to não trouxer de volta, serei culpado, para com meu pai para sempre.

33 Agora, pois, fique teu servo em lugar do menino como escravo de meu senhor, e que suba o menino com seus irmãos.

34 Porque, como subirei eu a meu pai, se o menino não for comigo? para que não veja eu o mal que sobrevirá a meu pai.

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manhã
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jumentos
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