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Living Out Your God-Given Dreams

His progression from dream-interpreting shepherd to minister of Egypt is one of the more layered and elaborate stories in the Torah. To demonstrate this preference, Jacob gifts Joseph with the famous kitonet passim , translated as both a garment with long sleeves, or a fine woolen tunic. Commentators extrapolate that it had stripes of different colors.

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As a teenager, Joseph does little to ingratiate himself to his brothers. Joseph also tells his family about two dreams he had, the first in which 11 sheaves of wheat bow down to his, and a second where the sun, moon, and 11 stars all bow to him as well. In each case, Joseph interprets the dream as meaning that one day he will rule over his family Genesis Eventually the brothers act on their emotions. The Ishmaelite traders sell him as a slave to Potiphar, a wealthy Egyptian merchant.

When her attempts fail, she accuses Joseph of rape, which lands him in prison. He is brought to the court to interpret two famous dreams of Pharaoh: one in which seven sickly cows consume seven healthy cows, and a parallel dream in which seven sickly ears of grain consume seven lush ears of grain.

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After Joseph had been in jail for some time a cupbearer and baker to Pharaoh had been sent there. One night each of them had a dream. They told their dreams to Joseph and he told the cupbearer that he would soon be let out of jail. When the cupbearer was freed he forgot about what Joseph did. So Joseph stayed in jail for two more years. Until one day the Pharaoh had a dream, and nobody could explain it to him. The cupbearer then remembered what Joseph had done for him, and Joseph was brought to Pharaoh. After Pharaoh had told him his dream Joseph explained, "God is warning you. There will be seven years when nothing will grow and there won't be any food for anyone.

There will be seven years before the bad years that will be very good.

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So good that there will be extra food for everyone. People came from all countries to buy grain from Joseph, because the whole world was in need of food. Some of those people were Joseph's brothers.

When his brothers came, Joseph recognized them, but they did not know who he was. It had been over 10 years since they had seen him. The brothers all bowed to him because he was an important person.

Just as he dreamed they would at the beginning. After a few meetings with his brothers he could not keep it in any longer and Joseph said to his brothers, "I am Joseph! Is my father alive? Then Joseph said, "Come here.

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Or shall you indeed have dominion over us? Then he dreamed still another dream and told it to his brothers, and said, "Look, I have dreamed another dream. And this time, the sun, the moon, and the eleven stars bowed down to me. So he told it to his father and his brothers; and his father rebuked him and said to him, "What is this dream that you have dreamed?

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Shall your mother and I and your brothers indeed come to bow down to the earth before you? We all know that God was the one who gave Joseph his dreams, as evidenced by his life in the future as the second most-powerful man in Egypt. Yet, at the time, Joseph was but a young man who was looked down upon by his own brothers.


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When God gives a dream, it's always beyond us. It'll always be bigger than us, simply because it's from God. Joseph's brothers hated him all the more for his dreams. His father even rebuked him for such "wild" dreams.