Genesis 44

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1 At kaniyang iniutos sa katiwala ng kaniyang bahay, na sinasabi, Punuin mo ng mga pagkain ang mga bayong ng mga lalaking ito, kung gaano ang kanilang madadala: at ilagay mo ang salapi ng bawa't isa sa labi ng kanikaniyang bayong.

2 At ilagay mo ang aking saro, ang sarong pilak, sa labi ng bayong ng bunso, at ang salapi ng kaniyang trigo. At ginawa niya ang ayon sa salita na sinalita ni Jose.

3 At pagliliwanag ng kinaumagahan, ay pinapagpaalam ang mga lalake, sila at ang kanilang mga asno.

4 Nang sila'y mangakalabas na sa bayan, at hindi pa sila nalalayo, ay sinabi ni Jose sa katiwala ng kaniyang bahay, Bumangon ka habulin mo ang mga lalake; at pagka sila'y iyong inabutan, ay sabihin mo sa kanila, Bakit iginanti ninyo ay kasamaan sa kabutihan?

5 Hindi ba ang sarong ito ang iniinuman ng aking panginoon, at tunay na kaniyang ipinanghuhula? Kayo'y gumawa ng masama sa paggawa ng ganiyan.

6 At kaniyang inabutan sila, at kaniyang sinalita sa kanila ang mga ito.

7 At kanilang sinabi sa kaniya, Bakit sinalita ng aking panginoon ang mga salitang ito? Huwag itulot ng Dios na gumawa ang iyong mga lingkod ng ganiyang bagay.

8 Narito, ang salapi na aming nasumpungan sa labi ng aming mga bayong ay aming isinauli sa iyo mula sa lupain ng Canaan: paano ngang kami ay magnanakaw sa bahay ng iyong panginoon ng pilak o ginto?

9 Yaong kasumpungan sa iyong mga lingkod, ay mamatay, at pati kami ay magiging alipin ng aming panginoon.

10 At kaniyang sinabi, Mangyari nga ang ayon sa inyong mga salita; yaong kasumpungan ay magiging aking alipin; at kayo'y mawawalan ng sala.

11 Nang magkagayo'y nagmadali sila, at ibinaba ng bawa't isa ang kaniyang bayong sa lupa, at binuksan ng bawa't isa ang kaniyang bayong.

12 At kaniyang sinaliksik, na pinasimulan sa panganay at niwakasan sa bunso; at nasumpungan ang saro sa bayong ni Benjamin.

13 Nang magkagayo'y kanilang hinapak ang kanilang mga suot, at pinasanan ng bawa't isa ang kaniyang asno, at nagsibalik sa bayan.

14 At si Juda at ang kaniyang mga kapatid ay dumating sa bahay ni Jose at siya'y nandoon pa, at sila'y nangagpatirapa sa lupa sa harap niya.

15 At sinabi sa kanila ni Jose, Anong gawa itong inyong ginawa? Hindi ba ninyo nalalaman na ang isang tao na gaya ko ay tunay na makahuhula?

16 At sinabi ni Juda: Anong aming sasabihin sa aming panginoon? anong aming sasalitain? o paanong kami ay magpapatotoo? Inilitaw ng Dios ang kasamaan ng iyong mga lingkod: narito, kami ay alipin ng aming panginoon, kami sampu niyaong kinasumpungan ng saro.

17 At kaniyang sinabi, Huwag nawang itulot ng Dios na ako'y gumawa ng ganiyan; ang taong kinasumpungan ng saro, ay siyang magiging aking alipin; datapuwa't tungkol sa inyo ay pumaroon kayong payapa sa inyong ama.

18 Nang magkagayo'y lumapit si Juda sa kaniya, at nagsabi, Oh panginoon ko, ipinamamanhik ko sa iyo na papagsalitain ang iyong lingkod, ng isang salita sa mga pakinig ng aking panginoon, at huwag nawang magalab ang iyong loob laban sa iyong lingkod; sapagka't ikaw ay parang si Faraon.

19 Tinanong ng aking panginoon ang kaniyang mga lingkod, na sinasabi; Kayo ba'y mayroong ama o kapatid?

20 At aming sinabi sa aking panginoon, Kami ay may ama, isang matanda, at isang anak sa kaniyang katandaan, isang munting bata at ang kaniyang kapatid ay namatay, at siya lamang ang naiwan ng kaniyang ina, at minamahal siya ng kaniyang ama.

21 At sinabi mo sa iyong mga lingkod, Dalhin ninyo rito sa akin, upang mamasdan ko siya ng aking mga mata.

22 At aming sinabi sa aking panginoon, Hindi maiiwan ng bata ang kaniyang ama: sapagka't kung iiwan niya ang kaniyang ama, ay mamamatay ang ama niya.

23 At iyong sinabi sa iyong mga lingkod, Hindi na ninyo makikita ang aking mukha, malibang inyong ipagsamang bumaba ang inyong kapatid na bunso.

24 At nangyari nang panhikin namin ang inyong lingkod na aking ama, ay aming isinaysay sa kaniya ang mga salita ng aking panginoon.

25 At sinabi ng aming ama, Pumaroon kayo uli, ibili ninyo tayo ng kaunting pagkain.

26 At aming sinabi, Hindi kami makabababa: kung ang aming bunsong kapatid ay kasama namin ay bababa nga kami: sapagka't hindi namin makikita ang mukha ng lalaking yaon, malibang ang aming bunsong kapatid ay kasama namin.

27 At sinabi ng iyong lingkod na aming ama sa amin, Inyong talastas na ang aking asawa ay nagkaanak sa akin ng dalawang lalake:

28 At ang isa'y umalis sa akin, at aking sinabi, Tunay na siya'y nalapa; at hindi ko siya nakita mula noon.

29 At kung inyong kunin pa ang isang ito sa akin, at may mangyaring sakuna sa kaniya, ay inyong ibababa ang aking uban sa Sheol na may kapanglawan.

30 Ngayon nga'y kung ako'y dumating sa iyong lingkod na aking ama, at ang bata ay hindi namin kasama; sapagka't ang kaniyang buhay ay natatali sa buhay ng batang iyan;

31 Ay mangyayari nga na pagka kaniyang nakitang ang bata ay di namin kasama, na mamamatay siya: at ibababa sa Sheol na may kapanglawan ng iyong mga lingkod ang mga uban ng iyong lingkod na aming ama.

32 Sapagka't ang iyong lingkod ang siyang nanagot sa bata sa aking ama, na nagsasabi: Kung hindi ko siya dalhin sa iyo, ay papasanin ko nga ang kasalanan sa aking ama magpakailan man.

33 Ngayon nga, ay ipahintulot mo na ang iyong lingkod, aking isinasamo sa iyo, ay maiwan na kahalili ng bata na pinakaalipin ng aking panginoon; at iyong ipahintulot na ang bata ay umahong kasama ng kaniyang mga kapatid.

34 Sapagka't paanong paroroon ako sa aking ama, at ang bata'y di ko kasama? Baka aking makita pa ang sakunang sasapit sa aking ama.

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