I cannot do it, but God will give Pharaoh the answer he desires.
Joseph's Rise to Power
Pharaoh had a dream of 7 fat cows and then 7 skinny cows came up and ate the fat cows. Again he had a dream of seven grain heads and then seven other grain heads that were dead. The Pharaoh sent for all the magicians and wise men to interpret it but no one could work it out. The cupbearer remembered Joseph and told the Pharaoh about him.
Joseph's brothers go to Egypt
The cupbearer told the Pharaoh about his dream and Joseph, the Pharaoh sent for Joseph and told him his dream. Joseph said the 7 fat cows and healthy grain heads were the 7 years of good harvest and the 7 skinny cows and dead wheat heads were the 7 years of famine. Pharaoh was impressed with his work he put him in charge of storing up all the food for the 7 years of good harvest.
Joseph keeps Simeon
The Pharaoh put Joseph in charge of Egypt ad dressed him with the finest jewels and clothes, he named him Zaphenath-Paneah. In the 7 years leading up to the famine Joseph got married and they stored up all the grain they could and when the famine hit people from all around to buy grain in Egypt.
The Brothers go to Canaan
I have already lost one son, do not let harm come to him.
When Jacob heard that there was grain in Egypt, he sent his sons to get some, when Joseph heard Canaan brothers were coming he thought it may be his brothers and it was. Joseph recognized his brothers but they did not recognize him.
Joseph is suspicious they are spies so they ask if this is all their brothers and they say that they have one at home, their youngest Benjamin. Joseph keeps Simeon and the rest of the brothers go to get Benjamin.
The brothers go back to Canaan to collect Benjamin but Jacob does not want his son to be harmed but the brothers tell him that the Lord with wheat needs the youngest brother to know they're not spies and when they return back with the wheat Simeon will be there too.