Genesis 50:22

22 Joseph continued to live in Egypt with his father's family; he was a hundred and ten years old when he died.

Genesis 50:22 Meaning and Commentary

Genesis 50:22

And Joseph dwelt in Egypt, he, and his father's house
Comfortably, quietly, and in great prosperity, not only he, but his brethren and their families, as long as he lived:

and Joseph lived one hundred and ten years;
and all but seventeen of them in Egypt, for at that age it was when he was brought thither: thirteen years he lived in Potiphar's house, and in prison, for he was thirty years of age when he was brought to Pharaoh, and stood before him, and fourscore years he lived in the greatest honour and prosperity that a man could well wish for.

Genesis 50:22 In-Context

20 You plotted evil against me, but God turned it into good, in order to preserve the lives of many people who are alive today because of what happened.
21 You have nothing to fear. I will take care of you and your children." So he reassured them with kind words that touched their hearts.
22 Joseph continued to live in Egypt with his father's family; he was a hundred and ten years old when he died.
23 He lived to see Ephraim's children and grandchildren. He also lived to receive the children of Machir son of Manasseh into the family.
24 He said to his brothers, "I am about to die, but God will certainly take care of you and lead you out of this land to the land he solemnly promised to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob."