2 a We may not by this example vse any vnlawful practises, seing God hathe commanded vs to walke in simplicitie.
3 / Ebr. the morning shone.
5 b Because the people thoght he colde deuine, he attributeth to him selfe that knowledge: or els he faineth that he consulted with soothsaiers for it: which simulation is worthy to be reproued.
13 c To signifie how greatly the thing displeased them, and how sorry thei were for it.
15 ! Joseph accuseth his brother of theft.
16 d If we se no euident cause of our affliction, let vs loke to the secret counsel of God, who punisheth vs justly for our sinnes.
18 e Equal in autoritie: or, next vnto the King.
20 / Ebr. childe of his olde age.
21 / Or, that I may se him.
27 f Rahel bare to Jaakob, Joseph and Benjamin.
29 g Ye shal cause me to dye for sorowe.
30 / Ebr. his soules is bonde to his soule.
33 ! Judah offreth himself to be seruant for Benjamin.
34 h Meaning, he had rather remaine there, prisoner, then to returne and se his father in heauines.