Postanak 44

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Serbian (Daničić, Karadžić)         

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1 I zapovedi Josif čoveku što upravljaše kućom njegovom govoreći: Naspi ovim ljudima u vreće žita koliko mogu poneti, i svakome u vreću metni ozgo novce njegove.

2 I čašu moju, čašu srebrnu, metni najmlađem u vreću odozgo i novce za njegovo žito. I učini kako mu Josif reče.

3 A ujutru kad svanu, otpustiše ljude s magarcima njihovim.

4 A kad izađoše iz mesta i još ne behu daleko, reče Josif čoveku što upravljaše kućom njegovom: Ustani, idi brže za onim ljudima, i kad ih stigneš reci im: Zašto vraćate zlo za dobro?

5 Nije li to čaša iz koje pije moj gospodar? I neće li po njoj zacelo poznati kakvi ste? Zlo ste radili što ste to učinili.

6 I on ih stiže, i reče im tako.

7 A oni mu rekoše: Zašto govoriš, gospodaru, takve reči? Sačuvaj Bože da sluge tvoje učine takvo šta!

8 Eno smo ti doneli natrag iz zemlje hananske novce koje nađosmo ozgo u vrećama svojim, pa kako bismo ukrali iz kuće gospodara tvog srebro ili zlato?

9 U kog se između sluga tvojih nađe, onaj neka pogine, i svrh toga mi ćemo biti robovi gospodaru mom.

10 A on reče: Neka bude kako rekoste; ali u koga se nađe, onaj da mi bude rob, a vi ostali nećete biti krivi.

11 I brže poskidaše svi na zemlju vreće svoje, i razrešiše svaki svoju vreću.

12 A on stade tražiti počevši od najstarijeg, i kad dođe na najmlađeg, nađe se čaša u vreći Venijaminovoj.

13 Tada razdreše haljine svoje, i natovarivši svaki svoj tovar na svog magarca vratiše se u grad.

14 I dođe Juda s braćom svojom Josifu u kuću, dok on još beše kod kuće, i padoše pred njim na zemlju.

15 A Josif im reče: Šta ste to učinili? Zar niste znali da čovek kao što sam ja može zacelo doznati?

16 Tada reče Juda: Šta da ti kažemo, gospodaru? Šta da govorimo? Kako li da se pravdamo? Bog je otkrio zločinstvo tvojih sluga. Evo, mi smo svi robovi tvoji, gospodaru, i mi i ovaj u koga se našla čaša.

17 A Josif reče: Bože sačuvaj! Neću ja to; u koga se našla čaša on neka mi bude rob, a vi idite s mirom ocu svom.

18 Ali Juda pristupiv k njemu reče: Čuj me, gospodaru; dopusti da progovori sluga tvoj gospodaru svom, i neka se gnev tvoj ne raspali na slugu tvog, jer si ti kao sam Faraon.

19 Gospodar moj zapita sluge svoje govoreći: Imate li oca ili brata?

20 A mi rekosmo gospodaru svom: Imamo starog oca i brata najmlađeg, koji mu se rodi u starosti; a njegov je brat umro, i on osta sam od matere svoje, i otac ga pazi.

21 A ti reče slugama svojim: Dovedite mi ga da vidim svojim očima.

22 I rekosmo gospodaru svom: Neće moći dete ostaviti oca svog; da ostavi oca svog, odmah će otac umreti.

23 A ti reče slugama svojim: Ako ne dođe brat vaš najmlađi, nećete videti lice moje.

24 A kad se vratismo k sluzi tvom a ocu mom, kazasmo mu reči gospodara mog.

25 Posle reče nam otac: Idite opet, kupite nam hrane.

26 A mi rekosmo: Ne možemo ići, osim ako bude brat naš najmlađi s nama, onda ćemo ići, jer ne možemo videti lica onog čoveka, ako ne bude s nama brat naš najmlađi.

27 A sluga tvoj, otac moj, reče nam: Znate da mi je žena rodila dva sina.

28 I jedan od njih otide od mene, i rekoh: Zacelo ga je raskinula zverka; i do sada ga ne videh.

29 Ako i ovog odvedete od mene i zadesi ga kako zlo, svalićete me starog u grob s tugom.

30 Pa sada da otidem k sluzi tvom, ocu svom, a ovo dete da ne bude s nama, kako je duša onog vezana za dušu ovog,

31 Umreće kad vidi da nema deteta, te će sluge tvoje svaliti starog slugu tvog, a oca svog, s tugom u grob.

32 A tvoj se sluga podjemčio za dete ocu svom rekavši: Ako ti ga ne dovedem natrag, da sam kriv ocu svom do veka.

33 Zato neka sluga tvoj ostane mesto deteta, da bude rob gospodaru mom, a dete neka ide s braćom svojom.

34 Jer kako bih se vratio k ocu svom bez deteta, da gledam jade koji bi mi oca zadesili?

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