When the caravan set out from Egypt, their father [in Canaan] said, "You may think I am senile, but I certainly perceive the breath of Joseph." (94) They said: by Allah! verily thou art in thine old-time error. (95) And when the bearer of glad tidings arrived, he laid Joseph's shirt over him, and he saw once again. He said: 'Did I not tell you that I know from Allah what you do not know' (96) They said: our father! pray for forgiveness of our sins for us; verily we have been sinners. (97) He said: presently I shall pray for forgiveness for you of my Lord; verily He! only He is the Forgiving, the Merciful. (98) Then when they entered unto Yusuf, he betook his parents unto himself. and said: enter Misr, if Allah will, in security. (99) And he raised his parents to the highest place of honour; and they [all] fell down before Him, prostrating themselves in adoration. Thereupon [Joseph] said: "O my father! This is the real meaning of my dream of long ago, which my Sustainer has made come true. And He was indeed good to me when He freed me from the prison, and [when] He brought you [all unto me] from the desert after Satan had sown discord between me and my brothers. Verily, my Sustainer is unfathomable in [the way He brings about] whatever He wills: verily, He alone is all-knowing, truly wise! (100) ۞ O my Lord, you have given me dominion and taught me the interpretation of dreams; O Creator of the heavens and the earth, You alone are my saviour in this world and the world to come; let me die submitting to You, and place me among the upright." (101) This is news of the unknown We reveal to you, for you were not present when Joseph's brothers agreed on their course of action, and devised their plot. (102) Yet most men will not become believers, no matter how eager you may be. (103) You shall not ask them for any reward for this. It is but a reminder for all mankind. (104)