Joseph happily works for the Pharo while his father thinks he is dead because his brothers ripped his rainbow coat and covered in blood
lames joseph and tells the pharo it was his faultone night Joseph is asked into the Pharaohs wife's room where she then asks him if he wants to become intimate. joseph refuses but soon after she blames joseph for the incident and he is thrown in jail
joseph was so charismatic that the prison warden gave him the position as his assistant. when the king’s royal cupbearer and baker were sent to jail, Joseph successfully interpreted their dreams, correctly predicting that the cupbearer would be released and the baker, hanged.
Two years later, King Pharaoh had two dreams, which none of his advisers were able to explain. the cup-bearer, remembering Joseph told Pharoah that he should ask Joseph
Joseph, interpreted Pharaoh’s dreams as being a prediction for seven years of produce followed by seven years of famine, and told Pharaoh to prepare by storing grain during the first seven years.
Pharaoh impressed by Joseph gave him the job to make sure the people are ready for the famine making him second only to the king