Gènesi 44: 18-29 45: 1-5
44:18 Then Judah, approaching closer, said confidently: "T'ho suplico, senyor meu, let your servant speak a word in your ears, and do not be angry with your servant. For you are next to Pharaoh.
44:19 My lord, you questioned your servants before: ‘Do you have a father or a brother?'
44:20 And we answered you, senyor meu: ‘There is our father, an old man, and a young boy, who was born in his old age. His brother of the same womb has died, and he alone is left to his mother and father, who truly love him tenderly.’
44:21 And you said to your servants, ‘Bring him to me, and I will set my eyes on him.’
44:22 We suggested to my lord: ‘The boy is not able to leave his father. For if he sends him away, he will die.’
44:23 And you said to your servants: ‘Unless your youngest brother arrives with you, you will not see my face any more.’
44:24 Per tant, when we had gone up to your servant our father, we explained to him all that my lord had spoken.
44:25 And our father said: ‘Return and buy us a little wheat.’
44:26 And we said to him: ‘We cannot go. If our youngest brother descends with us, we will set out together. Altrament, in his absence, we do not dare to see the face of the man.’
44:27 To which he responded: ‘You know that my wife conceived twice by me
. 44:28 One went out, i vas dir, “A beast devoured him.” And since then, he has not appeared.
44:29 If you take this one also, and anything happens to him on the way, you will lead my grey hairs down with grief to the grave.’
45:1 Joseph was unable to restrain himself any longer, standing before so many. Per tant, he instructed that all should go outside, and that no stranger should be among them as they recognized one another.
45:2 And he lifted up his voice with weeping, which the Egyptians heard, along with the entire house of Pharaoh.
45:3 And he said to his brothers: “I am Joseph. Is my father still alive?” His brothers were unable to respond, being terrified by a very great fear.
45:4 And he said to them mildly, “Approach toward me.” And when they had approached close by, Ell va dir: “I am Joseph, your brother, whom you sold into Egypt.
45:5 No tinguis por, and let it not seem to you to be a hardship that you sold me into these regions. For God sent me before you into Egypt for your salvation.
Mateo 10: 7- 15
|10:7||I passant successivament, predicar, dir: "Perquè el Regne del cel és a prop."|
|10:8||Curar els malalts, aixecar als morts, netejar leprosos, fer fora dimonis. Vostès han rebut gratuïtament, així donar lliurement.|
|10:9||Do not choose to possess gold, nor silver, nor money in your belts,|
|10:10||nor provisions for the journey, nor two tunics, ni les sabates, nor a staff. For the laborer deserves his portion.|
|10:11||Actualment, into whatever city or town you will enter, inquire as to who is worthy within it. And stay there until you depart.|
|10:12||Llavors, when you enter into the house, greet it, dir, "Pau en aquesta casa."|
|10:13||i si, en efecte, that house is worthy, your peace will rest upon it. But if it is not worthy, your peace will return to you.|
|10:14||And whoever has neither received you, nor listened to your words, departing from that house or city, shake off the dust from your feet.|
|10:15||En veritat us dic que, it will be more tolerable for the land of Sodom and Gomorrah in the day of judgment, than for that city.|