Since the famine was very strong, Jacob’s family finished all of the corn that they bought earlier, so he tries to send his sons to Egypt again.
Since Joseph warned his brothers not to show up without Benjamin, Judah refuses to go to Egypt until Jacob lets Benjamin go too.
Jacob is mad that his sons told Joseph about their youngest brother.
Jacob’s sons explain why they told about Benjamin.
Judah takes responsibility for Benjamin and asks Jacob to let them ALL go.
Jacob lets them all go, and tells them to return the money that they got back from the first trip, and he tells them to get some gifts for Joseph (as we all know Jacob doesn’t know yet that this is Joseph they are dealing with).
Jacob’s sons go to Egypt the second time.
When Joseph saw his brothers with Benjamin, he planed to eat with them.
Since Joseph’s brothers got scared from being brought to his house, they tell the whole truth about the money in their corn sacks to one of the Joseph’s servants.
The servant calms them down, releases Simeon, and lets them prepare for the feast.
Joseph’s brothers prepare their gifts for him.
When Joseph came in, his brothers gave him gifts and bowed down before him.
Joseph asks about their dad and his brothers answer him humbly.
After Joseph saw Benjamin and talked to him a little, he had to leave to cry.
Joseph comes back to his brothers and they begin eating and drinking.