Genesis 37:30

He returned to his brothers, and said, "The child is no more; and I, where will I go?"

Alternate Versions of Genesis 37-30

A Conservative Version: Genesis 37:30
and he returned to his brothers, and said, The child is not, and I, where shall I go?

American Standard Version: Genesis 37:30
And he returned unto his brethren, and said, The child is not; and I, whither shall I go?

Bible in Basic English: Genesis 37:30
He went back to his brothers, and said, The child is gone; what am I to do?

Darby English Bible: Genesis 37:30
and returned to his brethren, and said, The child is not; and I, where shall I go?

King James Version: Genesis 37:30
And he returned unto his brethren, and said, The child is not; and I, whither shall I go?

King James Version (UK): Genesis 37:30
And he returned unto his brethren, and said, The child is not; and I, where shall I go?

Webster's: Genesis 37:30
And he returned to his brethren, and said, The child is not: and I, whither shall I go?

Youngs Literal Translation: Genesis 37:30
and he returneth unto his brethren, and saith, `The lad is not, and I -- whither am I going?'

Verses Related to Genesis 37-30

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Come now therefore, and let's kill him, and cast him into one of the pits, and we will say, 'An evil animal has devoured him.' We will see what will become of his dreams."

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Genesis 42:32
We are twelve brothers, sons of our father; one is no more, and the youngest is this day with our father in the land of Canaan.'

Genesis 42:35
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Genesis 49:3
"Reuben, you are my firstborn, my might, and the beginning of my strength; The pre-eminence of dignity, and the pre-eminence of power.

Jeremiah 31:15
Thus says Yahweh: A voice is heard in Ramah, lamentation, and bitter weeping, Rachel weeping for her children; she refuses to be comforted for her children, because they are no more.