|Overview - Genesis 42|
|1||Jacob sends his ten sons to buy corn in Egypt.|
|16||They are imprisoned by Joseph for spies.|
|18||They are set at liberty, on condition to bring Benjamin.|
|21||They have remorse for Joseph.|
|24||Simeon is kept for a pledge.|
|25||They return with corn, and their money.|
|29||Their relation to Jacob.|
|36||Jacob refuses to send Benjamin.|
Genesis 42:11 (King James Version)
We are all one man's sons; we are true men, thy servants are no spies.
- We are, etc
- We do not belong to different tribes; and it is not likely that one family would make a hostile attempt upon a whole kingdom; nor, if any serious design had been intended, that one man would have sent his sons on so hazardous an expedition.
- true men
- Genesis 42:19 Genesis 42:33 Genesis 42:34 ; John 7:18 ; 2 Corinthians 6:4