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Later Reuben returned to the cistern to find that Joseph was not in it! 1 He tore his clothes,
the owner of the pit must repay 1 the loss. He must give money 2 to its owner, and the dead animal 3 will become his.
So they pulled Jeremiah up from the cistern with ropes. Jeremiah, however, still remained confined 1 to the courtyard of the guardhouse.
Then Pharaoh summoned 1 Joseph. So they brought him quickly out of the dungeon; he shaved himself, changed his clothes, and came before Pharaoh.
before the silver cord is removed, or the golden bowl is broken, or the pitcher is shattered at the well, 1 or the water wheel 2 is broken at the cistern –
So 1 Jeremiah was put in prison in a cell in the dungeon in Jonathan’s house. 2 He 3 was kept there for a long time.
But as soon as they were inside the city, Ishmael son of Nethaniah and the men who were with him slaughtered them and threw their bodies 1 in a cistern.
Reuben continued, 1 “Don’t shed blood! Throw him into this cistern that is here in the wilderness, but don’t lay a hand on him.” 2 (Reuben said this 3 so he could rescue Joseph 4 from them 5 and take him back to his father.)
So when the Midianite 1 merchants passed by, Joseph’s brothers pulled 2 him 3 out of the cistern and sold him to the Ishmaelites for twenty pieces of silver. The Ishmaelites 4 then took Joseph to Egypt.
1 It happened 2 at midnight – the Lord attacked all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, from the firstborn of Pharaoh who sat on his throne to the firstborn of the captive who was in the prison, and all the firstborn of the cattle.
Benaiah son of Jehoiada was a brave warrior from Kabzeel who performed great exploits. He struck down the two sons of Ariel of Moab; 1 he also went down and killed a lion inside a cistern on a snowy day.
So the officials 1 took Jeremiah and put him in the cistern 2 of Malkijah, one of the royal princes, 3 that was in the courtyard of the guardhouse. There was no water in the cistern, only mud. So when they lowered Jeremiah into the cistern with ropes he sank in the mud. 4
An Ethiopian, Ebed Melech, 1 a court official in the royal palace, heard that Jeremiah had been put 2 in the cistern. While the king was holding court 3 at the Benjamin Gate,
“Your royal Majesty, those men have been very wicked in all that they have done to the prophet Jeremiah. They have thrown him into a cistern and he is sure to die of starvation there because there is no food left in the city. 1
Then the king gave Ebed Melech the Ethiopian the following order: “Take thirty 1 men with you from here and go pull the prophet Jeremiah out of the cistern before he dies.”
So Ebed Melech took the men with him and went to a room under the treasure room in the palace. 1 He got some worn-out clothes and old rags 2 from there and let them down by ropes to Jeremiah in the cistern.