Löydetty 248 Tulokset: Joseph

  • Then Potiphar's wife caught hold of Joseph by his cloak saying, "Come to bed with me." But Joseph left his cloak in her hands and ran out of the house. (Genesis 39, 12)

  • He took Joseph and put him in the Royal Prison where the king's prisoners were kept. But while Joseph was in prison (Genesis 39, 20)

  • The warden did not interfere with anything that was under Joseph's care, because Yahweh was with him and gave him success in everything he did. (Genesis 39, 23)

  • and put them in custody in the house of the captain of the guard, in the prison where Joseph was kept. (Genesis 40, 3)

  • So the captain of the guard appointed Joseph to attend to their needs, for they were under arrest for some time. (Genesis 40, 4)

  • One night both of them dreamed, each one his own dream, and each dream had its own meaning. As the two officers were with Joseph in custody in his master's house, (Genesis 40, 5)

  • when Joseph came to them the next morning, he saw that they were troubled. (Genesis 40, 6)

  • They answered, "Both of us have had a dream, but there is no one to interpret them." Then Joseph said to them, "Is it not God who interprets dreams? Tell me what they were." (Genesis 40, 8)

  • Then the chief cupbearer told Joseph what his dream had been. "In my dream there was a vine in front of me (Genesis 40, 9)

  • Joseph said to him, "Here's the interpretation: the three branches are three days. (Genesis 40, 12)

  • The chief baker, seeing that the interpretation was favorable, said to Joseph, "In my dream I had on my head three baskets of cakes. (Genesis 40, 16)

  • Joseph said, "The three baskets are three days, (Genesis 40, 18)

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