5443. And behold the youngest is this day with our father. That this signifies that there was also conjunction with spiritual good, is evident from the representation of Benjamin, who is here "the youngest," as being an intermediate that conjoins (of which in what follows); and from the representation of Jacob, here Israel, who is the "father," as being spiritual good (n. 3654, 4598). That "Benjamin" is the spiritual of the celestial, which is an intermediate, may be seen above (n. 4592, 5411, 5413, 5419); that is, an intermediate between the natural, or the things of the natural, and the celestial of the spiritual, which is "Joseph." And as "Benjamin" is an intermediate, and "Israel" spiritual good, therefore by the words, "Behold the youngest is this day with our father" is signified conjunction with spiritual good.