And Joseph hath not been able to refrain himself before all those standing by him, and he calleth, `Put out every man from me;' and no man hath stood with him when Joseph maketh himself known unto his brethren,
And JosephJoseph hath not been able to refrain himself beforebefore all those standingstanding by him, and he callethcalleth, `PutPut out every manman from me;' and no manman hath stoodstood with him when JosephJoseph maketh himself knownknown unto his brethrenbrethren,
And JosephJoseph saithsaith unto his brethrenbrethren, `I [am] JosephJoseph, is my fatherfather yet alive?' and his brethrenbrethren have not been able to answeranswer him, for they have been troubled at his presence.
And JosephJoseph saithsaith unto his brethrenbrethren, `Come nighnigh unto me, I pray you,' and they come nighnigh; and he saithsaith, `I [am] JosephJoseph, your brotherbrother, whom ye soldsold into EgyptEgypt;
and now, ye -- ye have not sentsent me hither, but GodGod, and He doth set me for a fatherfather to PharaohPharaoh, and for lordlord to all his househouse, and ruler over all the landland of EgyptEgypt.
`HasteHaste, and go upgo up unto my fatherfather, then ye have saidsaid to him, Thus saidsaid JosephJoseph thy sonson, GodGod hath set me for lordlord to all EgyptEgypt; come downcome down unto me, staystay not,
And the sound hath been heardheard in the househouse of PharaohPharaoh, saying, `ComeCome have the brethrenbrethren of JosephJoseph;' and it is good in the eyeseyes of PharaohPharaoh, and in the eyeseyes of his servantsservants,
`Yea, thou -- thou hast been commandedcommanded: this do ye, take for yourselves out of the landland of EgyptEgypt, waggons for your infants, and for your wiveswives, and ye have brought your fatherfather, and comecome;
to all of them hath he givengiven -- to each changes of garmentsgarments, and to BenjaminBenjamin he hath givengiven three hundredthree hundred silverlings, and fivefive changes of garmentsgarments;
and to his fatherfather he hath sentsent thus: tenten assesasses bearingbearing of the good things of EgyptEgypt, and tenten she-assesasses bearingbearing corn and breadbread, even foodfood for his fatherfather for the wayway.
and they declaredeclare toto him, saying, `JosephJoseph [is] yet alive,' and that he [is] ruler over all the landland of EgyptEgypt; and his heartheart ceaseth, for he hath not given credence toto them.
And they speak unto him all the wordswords of JosephJoseph, which he hath spoken unto them, and he seethseeth the waggons which JosephJoseph hath sentsent to bearbear him away, and live doth the spirit of JacobJacob their fatherfather;