Another symbolic topic is located at the end of the motet depicting the two sons of Jacob. There are rests in the two lower voices (Tenor and Bassus), and these voices enter at the same time just in the three last measures, standing for the last words faciat eos cernere (I pray to the King of Heaven that in my great grief I may see them again). As a result of this, the lower voices may depict the two sons, Joseph and Benjamin.
Lamentabatur Jacob de duobus filiis suis:
heu, dolens sum de Joseph perdito.
Tristis nimis de Benjamin ducto pro alimoniis,
prosternens se Jacob vehementer cum lacrimis pronus et terram.
Et adorans ait: precor caelestem regem,
ut me dolentem nimium,
faciat eos cernere.