"If you please, sir, we came here once before to buy food.
When we set up camp on the way home, we opened our sacks, and each man found his money in the top of his sack - every bit of it. We have brought it back to you.
We have also brought some more money with us to buy more food. We do not know who put our money back in our sacks."
The servant said, "Don't worry. Don't be afraid. Your God, the God of your father, must have put the money in your sacks for you. I received your payment." Then he brought Simeon to them.
The servant took the brothers into the house. He gave them water so that they could wash their feet, and he fed their donkeys.
They got their gifts ready to present to Joseph when he arrived at noon, because they had been told that they were to eat with him.
When Joseph got home, they took the gifts into the house to him and bowed down to the ground before him.
He asked about their health and then said, "You told me about your old father - how is he? Is he still alive and well?"
They answered, "Your humble servant, our father, is still alive and well." And they knelt and bowed down before him.
When Joseph saw his brother Benjamin, he said, "So this is your youngest brother, the one you told me about. God bless you, my son."
Then Joseph left suddenly, because his heart was full of tender feelings for his brother. He was about to break down, so he went to his room and cried.