Genesis 46: 1-7, 28-30
46:1 And Israel, setting out with all that he had, arrived at the Well of the Oath. And sacrificing victims there to the God of his father Isaac,
46:2 he heard him, by a vision in the night, calling him, and saying to him: “Jacob, Jacob.” And he answered him, “Behold, here I am.”
46:3 God said to him: “I am the most strong God of your father. Do not be afraid. Descend into Egypt, for there I will make of you a great nation
. 46:4 I will descend with you to that place, and I will lead you back from there, returning. Also, Joseph will place his hands over your eyes.
46:5 Then Jacob rose up from the Well of the Oath. And his sons took him, with their little ones and wives, in the wagons that Pharaoh had sent to carry the old man,
46:6 along with all that he possessed in the land of Canaan. And he arrived in Egypt with all his offspring:
46:7 his sons and his grandsons, his daughters and all his progeny together.
46:28 Then he sent Judah ahead of himself, to Joseph, in order to report to him, and so that he would meet him in Goshen.
46:29 And when he had arrived there, Joseph harnessed his chariot, and he went up to meet his father at the same place. And seeing him, he fell upon his neck, and, amid embraces, he wept.
46:30 And the father said to Joseph, “Now I will die happy, because I have seen your face, and I am leaving you behind alive.”