Joseph's story 2

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  • I know who can help, Joseph
  • My Lord, the message that your dreams speak to me is that in the next 7 years food fill be plenty, but then the 7 years that follow that will be a famine
  • You have earned my trust, I put you in charge. From now on you will be called  Zaphenath- paneah. 
  • Yes father, I shall take my brothers to Egypt and collect grain and return home
  • My son, go and travel to Egypt were grain is plenty and bring some back so we can eat
  • No one could help the Pharaoh, so his butler sent for Joseph, who he said can interoperate dreams. Joseph was called for and he then told the Pharaoh that the dreams meant that there will be seven years where food and stock will be plenty, and then 7 years of famine
  • You must come back with your last brother to prove to me that you are not spies, but I will imprison one of you until you return
  • He then told the Pharaoh that he should appoint a wise man to gather the extra food in the first seven years, and then distribute it when the famine comes. The Pharaoh appointed this job to Joseph, naming him Zaphenath-paneah and then he spent his next years building barns to keep grain and livestock.
  • Here is our brother last Benjamin, please give us grain and we will go home
  • When Jacob, Joseph's father, learnt there was plenty of grain in Egypt, he sent his sons to collect some, while Benjamin stayed home. When they asked for grain, Joseph recognized them, but they did not recognize him.
  • You have stolen from me, I will have you executed for such a crime
  • No, please take me instead
  •  Joseph then accused them of being spies, in revenge for learning that his father thought he was dead, and told them they must come back with their last brother to prove they were not spies, but he will keep one of them here until they returned 
  • The brothers then returned with Benjamin, and Joseph gave them his grain. When they were about to leave, Joseph ordered his servant to put their money in the top of their bags, and to put his silver goblet in the top of Benjamin's. 
  • When they were leaving Egypt, Joseph accused them of theft and found the goblet in Benjamin’s bag. He then threatened to detain him and kill him, but then one of his older brothers, Judah, said take me instead. 
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