Flashcards in Dig Site 17 Deck (20):
Which of his sons did Jacob not send?
Who was the governor who sold grain to all the people in the land of Egypt?
What happened when Joseph's brothers arrived in Egypt?
They went to see the governor who sold grain, bowed down before Joseph, and did not recognize Joseph.
What did Joseph do when he recognized his brothers?
He pretended not to know them, spoke harshly to them, and said they were spies.
How did the brothers describe themselves?
They were sons of one man, were honest men, and were not spies.
What else did the brothers tell Joseph about their family?
The youngest brother was with their father, the other was no more.
Why did Joseph plan to test his brothers?
He wanted to know if they were telling the truth.
What order did Joseph give about the silver the brothers brought?
Each man's silver was to be returned to him.
What happened when the brothers returned to Canaan?
They told Jacob all that happened.
How did Jacob say he was deprived by his sons?
They had deprived him of his children.
Which sons had Jacob been deprived of?
Joseph and Simeon.
What did Jacob do after Reuben tried to convince him to let Benjamin come to Egypt?
He said Benjamin was the only son left, his brother was dead.
He said if Benjamin was harmed, he would go down to the grave in sorrow.
He would not allow Benjamin to go.
What happened because of the famine in Canaan?
people from Canaan went to Egypt to buy grain; Jacob sent 10 of his sons to Egypt; Jacob did not send Benjamin with his brothers.
Where did the people go to buy grain?
How many of Jacob's sons went to Egypt to buy grain?
What happened when the brothers got to Egypt?
Joseph accused them of being spies.
What did Joseph do after his brothers said they were honest men?
He put them in prison for three days.
What happened to Joseph's brothers after three days in prison?
Nine brothers went home, but one had to stay in Egypt.
What did Rueben try to convince Jacob to do?
Allow Benjamin to come with them to Egypt.