The holy spirit called out, "Great peace have they which
love thy law!"

The brethren all consented to yield Benjamin to the ruler
of Egypt, only Judah demurred, and he cried out, "Now it
is all over with peace!" and he prepared to use force, if
need be, to rescue Benjamin from slavery.[265]


Joseph dismissed his brethren, and carried Benjamin off
by main force, and locked him up in a chamber. But Judah
broke the door open and stood before Joseph with his
brethren.[266] He determined to use in turn the three means of

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