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  • When Joseph was taken down to Egypt, a certain Egyptian (Potiphar, a courtier of Pharaoh and his chief steward) bought him from the Ishmaelites who had brought him there. (Genesis 39, 1)

  • Some time afterward, the royal cupbearer and baker gave offense to their lord, the king of Egypt. (Genesis 40, 1)

  • the cupbearer and the baker of the king of Egypt who were confined in the jail both had dreams on the same night, each dream with its own meaning. (Genesis 40, 5)

  • Next morning his spirit was agitated. So he summoned all the magicians and sages of Egypt and recounted his dreams to them; but no one could interpret his dreams for him. (Genesis 41, 8)

  • Behind them came seven other cows, scrawny, most ill-formed and gaunt. Never have I seen such ugly specimens as these in all the land of Egypt! (Genesis 41, 19)

  • Seven years of great abundance are now coming throughout the land of Egypt; (Genesis 41, 29)

  • but these will be followed by seven years of famine, when all the abundance in the land of Egypt will be forgotten. When the famine has ravaged the land, (Genesis 41, 30)

  • "Therefore, let Pharaoh seek out a wise and discerning man and put him in charge of the land of Egypt. (Genesis 41, 33)

  • This food will serve as a reserve for the country against the seven years of famine that are to follow in the land of Egypt, so that the land may not perish in the famine." (Genesis 41, 36)

  • Herewith," Pharaoh told Joseph, "I place you in charge of the whole land of Egypt." (Genesis 41, 41)

  • He then had him ride in the chariot of his vizier, and they shouted "Abrek!" before him. Thus was Joseph installed over the whole land of Egypt. (Genesis 41, 43)

  • "I, Pharaoh, proclaim," he told Joseph, "that without your approval no one shall move hand or foot in all the land of Egypt." (Genesis 41, 44)

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