Genesis 39:14

Overview - Genesis 39
Joseph is bought by Potiphar, and preferred in the family.
He resists his mistress's temptation.
13 He is falsely accused by her.
20 He is cast into prison.
21 God is with him there, and he is advanced by the keeper of prison.
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Genesis 39:14  (King James Version)
That she called unto the men of her house, and spake unto them, saying, See, he hath brought in an Hebrew unto us to mock us; he came in unto me to lie with me, and I cried with a loud voice:

he hath
The base affection of this woman being disappointed, was changed into rancorous hatred, and she exults in the opportunity of being revenged on Joseph. She begins her accusation in the affected language of offended modesty, rage, and disdain, by charging her husband, whom we may reasonably assume she did not greatly love, with being an accessory to the indignity she pretended to have received: "He hath brought in a Hebrew," a very abomination to an
Egyptian, "to mock us," insult and treat me in a base, unworthy manner.* an Hebrew.
17 10:21 14:13 40:15 Ps 120:3 Eze 22:5

he came
7 ; Psalms 35:11 ; 55:3 Proverbs 10:18 ; Isaiah 51:7 ; 54:17 Matthew 5:11 ; 26:59 Luke 23:2
2 Corinthians 6:8 ; 1 Peter 2:20 ; 3:14-18 4:14-19

Hebrew great.