|Overview - Genesis 44|
|1||Joseph's policy to stay his brethren.|
|6||The cup is found in Benjamin's sack.|
|14||They are brought before Joseph.|
|18||Judah's humble supplication to Joseph.|
Genesis 44:33 (King James Version)
Now therefore, I pray thee, let thy servant abide instead of the lad a bondman to my lord; and let the lad go up with his brethren.
- What must Benjamin have felt when he heard his brother conclude his speech by a proposal which could never have been thought of if it had not been actually made! Perhaps the annals of the whole world do not produce an instance of so heroic and disinterested affection in any mere man.
- I pray thee
- Exodus 32:32 ; Romans 5:7-10 ; 9:3
- Hebrews 7:22 ; 1 John 3:16