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José interpreta el sueño de Faraón

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1Aconteció que pasados dos años tuvo Faraón un sueño. Le parecía que estaba junto al río; 2y que del río subían siete vacas, hermosas a la vista, y muy gordas, y pacían en el prado. 3Y que tras ellas subían del río otras siete vacas de feo aspecto y enjutas de carne, y se pararon cerca de las vacas hermosas a la orilla del río; 4y que las vacas de feo aspecto y enjutas de carne devoraban a las siete vacas hermosas y muy gordas. Y despertó Faraón. 5Se durmió de nuevo, y soñó la segunda vez: Que siete espigas llenas y hermosas crecían de una sola caña, 6y que después de ellas salían otras siete espigas menudas y abatidas del viento solano; 7y las siete espigas menudas devoraban a las siete espigas gruesas y llenas. Y despertó Faraón, y he aquí que era sueño. 8Sucedió que por la mañana estaba agitado su espíritu, y envió e hizo llamar a todos los magos de Egipto, y a todos sus sabios; y les contó Faraón sus sueños, mas no había quien los pudiese interpretar a Faraón.

9Entonces el jefe de los coperos habló a Faraón, diciendo: Me acuerdo hoy de mis faltas. 10Cuando Faraón se enojó contra sus siervos, nos echó a la prisión de la casa del capitán de la guardia a mí y al jefe de los panaderos. 11Y él y yo tuvimos un sueño en la misma noche, y cada sueño tenía su propio significado. 12Estaba allí con nosotros un joven hebreo, siervo del capitán de la guardia; y se lo contamos, y él nos interpretó nuestros sueños, y declaró a cada uno conforme a su sueño. 13Y aconteció que como él nos los interpretó, así fue: yo fui restablecido en mi puesto, y el otro fue colgado.

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14Entonces Faraón envió y llamó a José. Y lo sacaron apresuradamente de la cárcel, y se afeitó, y mudó sus vestidos, y vino a Faraón. 15Y dijo Faraón a José: Yo he tenido un sueño, y no hay quien lo interprete; mas he oído decir de ti, que oyes sueños para interpretarlos. 16Respondió José a Faraón, diciendo: No está en mí; Dios será el que dé respuesta propicia a Faraón. 17Entonces Faraón dijo a José: En mi sueño me parecía que estaba a la orilla del río; 18y que del río subían siete vacas de gruesas carnes y hermosa apariencia, que pacían en el prado. 19Y que otras siete vacas subían después de ellas, flacas y de muy feo aspecto; tan extenuadas, que no he visto otras semejantes en fealdad en toda la tierra de Egipto. 20Y las vacas flacas y feas devoraban a las siete primeras vacas gordas; 21y estas entraban en sus entrañas, mas no se conocía que hubiesen entrado, porque la apariencia de las flacas era aún mala, como al principio. Y yo desperté. 22Vi también soñando, que siete espigas crecían en una misma caña, llenas y hermosas. 23Y que otras siete espigas menudas, marchitas, abatidas del viento solano, crecían después de ellas; 24y las espigas menudas devoraban a las siete espigas hermosas; y lo he dicho a los magos, mas no hay quien me lo interprete.

25Entonces respondió José a Faraón: El sueño de Faraón es uno mismo; Dios ha mostrado a Faraón lo que va a hacer. 26Las siete vacas hermosas siete años son; y las espigas hermosas son siete años: el sueño es uno mismo. 27También las siete vacas flacas y feas que subían tras ellas, son siete años; y las siete espigas menudas y marchitas del viento solano, siete años serán de hambre. 28Esto es lo que respondo a Faraón. Lo que Dios va a hacer, lo ha mostrado a Faraón. 29He aquí vienen siete años de gran abundancia en toda la tierra de Egipto. 30Y tras ellos seguirán siete años de hambre; y toda la abundancia será olvidada en la tierra de Egipto, y el hambre consumirá la tierra. 31Y aquella abundancia no se echará de ver, a causa del hambre siguiente la cual será gravísima. 32Y el suceder el sueño a Faraón dos veces, significa que la cosa es firme de parte de Dios, y que Dios se apresura a hacerla. 33Por tanto, provéase ahora Faraón de un varón prudente y sabio, y póngalo sobre la tierra de Egipto. 34Haga esto Faraón, y ponga gobernadores sobre el país, y quinte la tierra de Egipto en los siete años de la abundancia. 35Y junten toda la provisión de estos buenos años que vienen, y recojan el trigo bajo la mano de Faraón para mantenimiento de las ciudades; y guárdenlo. 36Y esté aquella provisión en depósito para el país, para los siete años de hambre que habrá en la tierra de Egipto; y el país no perecerá de hambre.

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José, gobernador de Egipto

37El asunto pareció bien a Faraón y a sus siervos, 38y dijo Faraón a sus siervos: ¿Acaso hallaremos a otro hombre como este, en quien esté el espíritu de Dios? 39Y dijo Faraón a José: Pues que Dios te ha hecho saber todo esto, no hay entendido ni sabio como tú. 40Tú estarás sobre mi casa,#Hch. 7.10. y por tu palabra se gobernará todo mi pueblo; solamente en el trono seré yo mayor que tú. 41Dijo además Faraón a José: He aquí yo te he puesto sobre toda la tierra de Egipto. 42Entonces Faraón quitó su anillo de su mano, y lo puso en la mano de José, y lo hizo vestir de ropas de lino finísimo, y puso un collar de oro en su cuello; 43y lo hizo subir en su segundo carro, y pregonaron delante de él: ¡Doblad la rodilla!;#41.43 Abrek, probablemente una palabra egipcia semejante en sonido a la palabra hebrea que significa arrodillarse. y lo puso sobre toda la tierra de Egipto. 44Y dijo Faraón a José: Yo soy Faraón; y sin ti ninguno alzará su mano ni su pie en toda la tierra de Egipto. 45Y llamó Faraón el nombre de José, Zafnat-panea; y le dio por mujer a Asenat, hija de Potifera sacerdote de On. Y salió José por toda la tierra de Egipto.

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46Era José de edad de treinta años cuando fue presentado delante de Faraón rey de Egipto; y salió José de delante de Faraón, y recorrió toda la tierra de Egipto. 47En aquellos siete años de abundancia la tierra produjo a montones. 48Y él reunió todo el alimento de los siete años de abundancia que hubo en la tierra de Egipto, y guardó alimento en las ciudades, poniendo en cada ciudad el alimento del campo de sus alrededores. 49Recogió José trigo como arena del mar, mucho en extremo, hasta no poderse contar, porque no tenía número. 50Y nacieron a José dos hijos antes que viniese el primer año del hambre, los cuales le dio a luz Asenat, hija de Potifera sacerdote de On. 51Y llamó José el nombre del primogénito, Manasés;#41.51 Esto es, El que hace olvidar. porque dijo: Dios me hizo olvidar todo mi trabajo, y toda la casa de mi padre. 52Y llamó el nombre del segundo, Efraín;#41.52 De una palabra hebrea que significa fructífero. porque dijo: Dios me hizo fructificar en la tierra de mi aflicción.

53Así se cumplieron los siete años de abundancia que hubo en la tierra de Egipto. 54Y comenzaron a venir los siete años del hambre,#Hch. 7.11. como José había dicho; y hubo hambre en todos los países, mas en toda la tierra de Egipto había pan. 55Cuando se sintió el hambre en toda la tierra de Egipto, el pueblo clamó a Faraón por pan. Y dijo Faraón a todos los egipcios: Id a José, y haced lo que él os dijere.#Jn. 2.5. 56Y el hambre estaba por toda la extensión del país. Entonces abrió José todo granero donde había, y vendía a los egipcios; porque había crecido el hambre en la tierra de Egipto. 57Y de toda la tierra venían a Egipto para comprar de José, porque por toda la tierra había crecido el hambre.

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FAQs

What is the main point of Genesis 41? ›

Joseph advises Pharaoh to set a wise man over Egypt's affairs, as well as overseers to store grain for the coming famine. Pharaoh is pleased with this advice and decides Joseph himself is the best candidate, so he gives Joseph his signet ring, fine garments, and gold.

What is Pharaoh dream in the Bible? ›

He then came before Pharaoh and told him that his dream meant there would be seven years of abundance in the land of Egypt followed by seven years of famine. Joseph recommended that “a discerning and wise man” be put in charge and that food should be collected in the good years and stored for use during the famine.

How many dreams did the Pharaoh have? ›

III.

In contrast to his interpretation of the ministers' dreams, Joseph determines that Pharaoh's two dreams are one, and he even explains why this is so: “As for Pharaoh having had the same dream twice, it means that the matter has been determined by God, and that God will soon carry it out” (41:32).

Why was Joseph released from jail in Egypt? ›

Joseph was brought out of prison to explain Pharaoh's dreams. Joseph said the dreams meant that Egypt would have seven years with lots of food followed by seven years of famine with very little food. Joseph told Pharaoh that Egypt should save extra food during the good years.

Is Egypt the promised land? ›

The Book of Exodus describes the Promised Land in terms of the territory from the River of Egypt to the Euphrates river (Exodus 23:31).

What does Genesis 40 teach us? ›

Joseph just continued being righteous and faithful. Unselfishly he offered to interpret the dreams of his two fellow prisoners, telling them that the knowledge came from God (see Genesis 40:8). He still trusted in the Lord, although he must have felt doomed to spend his life in prison.

Which Pharaoh is in Genesis 41? ›

Then Pharaoh said to Joseph, "I am Pharaoh, but without your word no one will lift hand or foot in all Egypt." Pharaoh gave Joseph the name Zaphenath-Paneah and gave him Asenath daughter of Potiphera, priest of On, to be his wife.

Who had the first dream in the Bible? ›

After the sun has set, Abram makes a sacrifice and falls into a deep sleep. God then makes his first covenant with him. This is the first biblical instance of dream incubation.

Did Joseph know his dreams were from God? ›

Joseph's dreams did not come out of his own head. They were not projections of his own self-importance. They were from God and — as the rest of the story reveals — he knew it.

What does the seven fat cows & Seven fat grains signify? ›

Joseph correctly predicts that this means, “Immediately ahead are seven years of great abundance in all the land of Egypt. After them will come seven years of famine and all the abundance in the land of Egypt will be forgotten.

What name did Pharaoh give to Joseph? ›

Zaphnath-Paaneah (Biblical Hebrew: צָפְנַת פַּעְנֵחַ Ṣāp̄naṯ Paʿnēaḥ, LXX: Ψονθομφανήχ Psonthomphanḗch) is the name given by Pharaoh to Joseph in the Genesis narrative (Genesis 41:45).

How old was Joseph of Egypt when he died? ›

So Joseph died at the age of a hundred and ten. And after they embalmed him, he was placed in a coffin in Egypt.

What did Joseph waited for 13 years? ›

It had been twenty-two years since the sons of Jacob had last seen Joseph—thirteen years of slavery and prison for Joseph, seven years of plenty, and two years of famine (see Genesis 45:11)—before Jacob's family was forced to go to Egypt for grain.

Who did Joseph marry? ›

In the Bible, Pharaoh honors Joseph by giving him as a wife Asenath, “the daughter of Potiphera, priest from the city of On” (LXX: Heliopolis; Gen 41:45). She is the mother of Manasseh and Ephraim (Gen 41:50; 46:20).

Who was rejected in the Bible? ›

Jesus faced rejection from his community.

He said he was “without honor” in his hometown. Scripture even says that Jesus “did not do many mighty works there because of their unbelief” (v.

What is the Promised Land called today? ›

God speaks to Abraham

God instructed Abraham to leave his home and travel to Canaan, the Promised Land, which is today known as Israel.

What is Canaan called today? ›

The land known as Canaan was situated in the territory of the southern Levant, which today encompasses Israel, the West Bank and Gaza, Jordan, and the southern portions of Syria and Lebanon.

Where is the Promised Land in the Bible today? ›

Biblical Israel is generally thought of as that region south and southwest of the Lebanon mountains, north and east of Egypt, east of the Mediterranean coastal plain, and west of the Arabian desert.

What does the Bible say about high hopes? ›

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." "So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal."

What is a chief baker in the Bible? ›

One was the chief cupbearer, and the other was the chief baker. These men are described as Pharaoh's officers. They were men of rank, trusted to oversee other staff who would have served under them.

What is the meaning of Genesis 42? ›

Genesis 42:10–20 tells how Joseph tested his brothers, allowing them to show if they had changed, by accusing them of being spies and putting them into prison.

Who is the Pharaoh during Moses time? ›

The identity of Pharaoh in the Moses story has been much debated, but many scholars are inclined to accept that Exodus has King Ramses II in mind.

What happened to Pharaoh in the Bible? ›

But Pharaoh changes his mind and gives chase until he corners the fugitives at the Red Sea, whereupon Moses, at God's command, causes the waters to part so that the Israelites can pass safely across. When Pharaoh and his troops try to follow, the water returns and they are all drowned.

Why did God give Joseph dreams? ›

God used those dreams to give Joseph a job where he could help many people.

Can God speak to you through dreams? ›

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How do you know if a dream is a vision? ›

Dreams are drifts of the imagination, as if one imaginary clouds in the sky. Visions are scripted efforts to effect change. They occur personally and organizationally. Dreams are nice; visions are work.

How many visions are in the Bible? ›

At this juncture it is useful to take an overview of the content of each of the eight visions.

What does story of Joseph teach us? ›

Joseph's dreams first get him into trouble, but his ability to understand them leads him to be chosen by the Pharaoh and to save the world. We could learn a lesson about the mysteries of how the world works. Believers and non-believers can see it as an illustration of the need to keep trying and persevere.

What mistakes did Joseph make? ›

Joseph's mistake was in bragging about his dreams. Little good can come from making other people envious of oneself. if no person is watching and there is no way of getting caught. Joseph proved that he had matured and now had the moral character to become a leader.

What gift did Joseph have? ›

Jacob gave him a coat with long sleeves because of a mistranslation in the King James Version of the Bible: “coat with long sleeves” was translated incorrectly as “coat of many colors.” Long-sleeved or many-colored, the significance was the same. Joseph was the favorite son, and his brothers resented him for it.

What does famine mean in the Bible? ›

It was understood that famine, or plague, or war, was common enough that anyone might be forced to leave their land to seek refuge in another. The principle of hospitality, still common in the region, ensured that the displaced would be protected.

What did Joseph hide in Benjamin's bag of grain? ›

His brothers came seeking grain. Joseph had their sacks filled, but had a cup placed in the sack of Benjamin, the youngest of the brothers. Bottom image: The brothers brought Jacob to Joseph, who went to meet him in Goshen.

What were the three stages of Joseph's famine management? ›

3. What were the three stages of Joseph's famine management? He collected all the money (vs 14), then acquired their livestock (vs 17), and claim all the people and their land (vs 20).

Did Joseph marry an Egyptian? ›

Asenath was a high-born, aristocratic Egyptian woman. She was the wife of Joseph and the mother of his sons, Manasseh and Ephraim. There are two Rabbinic approaches to Asenath: One holds that she was an ethnic Egyptian woman that converted to marry Joseph.

What is the longest name in the Bible? ›

"Maher-shalal-hash-baz" (/ˌmeɪhər ʃælæl ˈhæʃ bɑːz/; Hebrew: מַהֵר שָׁלָל חָשׁ בַּז, Mahēr šālāl ḥāš baz – "Hurry to the spoils!" or "He has made haste to the plunder!") was the second prophetic name mentioned in Isaiah chapter 8–9.

Who was the Pharaoh that knew not Joseph? ›

Supposed to be Menephtah, son of Rameses the Great.

How old is Virgin Mary? ›

While unproven, some apocryphal accounts state that at the time of her betrothal to Joseph, Mary was 12–14 years old.

Who lived 110 years in Bible? ›

At the other end of the scale are Joseph, who purportedly lived 120 years and Moses, whose lifespan is given as 110 years.

Where was Joseph when Jesus died? ›

Why is God asking us to wait? ›

God knows what we need, and if he wants us to wait, it's always for our good. Our calling is simply faithfulness. And if we trust in him, we know that he will direct our steps and point us to our next destination. He will say, “Go,” when we need to go—but not before then.

Who waited the longest in the Bible? ›

He had the longest lifespan of all those given in the Bible, dying at the age of 969. According to the Book of Genesis, Methuselah was the son of Enoch, the father of Lamech, and the grandfather of Noah.
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Why did Moses walk for 40 years? ›

Corresponding to the 40 days that the spies toured the land, God decreed that the Israelites would wander in the wilderness for 40 years as a result of their unwillingness to take the land.

Who was Joseph's first wife? ›

The Eastern Orthodox Church, which names Joseph's first wife as Salome, holds that Joseph was a widower and betrothed to Mary, and that references to Jesus' "brothers" were children of Joseph from a previous marriage.

How many wives did Joseph son of Jacob have? ›

He was the first of the two sons of Jacob and Rachel (Jacob's twelfth child and eleventh son).
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Joseph
Other namesZaphnath-Paaneah (צָפְנַת פַּעְנֵחַ)
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Who was Mary's husband? ›

Joseph, (flourished 1st century ce, Nazareth, Galilee, region of Palestine; principal feast day March 19, Feast of St. Joseph the Worker May 1), in the New Testament, Jesus' earthly father and the Virgin Mary's husband.

Who is a strong woman in the Bible? ›

Deborah was strong and brave and trusted God completely. God told Deborah to command Barak, one of the generals of the Lord's army, to go into battle against Sisera, the commander of the enemy army. God promised He would deliver Sisera into Barak's hands. But Barak said he would only go if Deborah went with him.

What is the spirit of rejection? ›

It is the sense of being unwanted and unable to receive love from others. You will break free from manifestations of rejection such as perfectionism, fear, withdrawing from life, pride, self-reliance, people pleasing, lust, insecurity, inferiority, shame, and more.

How do you heal from the spirit of rejection? ›

How to Overcome Rejection by Seeking Refuge in God
  1. Base Your Life on God's Love and God's Word. The Bible says God's love heals a spirit of rejection because “perfect love casts out fear” (1 John 4:18). ...
  2. Pursue Relationships with Fellow Believers. ...
  3. Don't Take Rejection Personally. ...
  4. Forgive Those Who Reject You.
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What lessons do you learn from Joseph's timely call to appear before Pharaoh as well as his God given words to Pharoah? ›

What lessons do you learn from Joseph's timely call to appear before Pharaoh as well as his God-given words to Pharaoh? Joseph's years of sufferings and unjust treatment allows him to rely on God. When God works, he is ready to be used by God.

How was Joseph able to give the meanings of all of these dreams? ›

Joseph worked for Potiphar, an official of Pharaoh, but when Potiphar's wife falsely accused him of attacking her, Joseph ended up in prison. God gave Joseph the ability to interpret dreams. Pharaoh's cupbearer and baker were also in custody when they each had a dream on the same night.

What is the meaning of Genesis 42? ›

Genesis 42:10–20 tells how Joseph tested his brothers, allowing them to show if they had changed, by accusing them of being spies and putting them into prison.

What God has done through the life of Joseph? ›

Joseph became the overseer of a vast amount of grain that would deliver Egypt and many other people from a future famine. This was the main purpose that God had for Joseph's life. He had absolute control over who would receive any grain that was stored up in Egypt.

What lessons can we learn from the life of Joseph? ›

Joseph's dreams first get him into trouble, but his ability to understand them leads him to be chosen by the Pharaoh and to save the world. We could learn a lesson about the mysteries of how the world works. Believers and non-believers can see it as an illustration of the need to keep trying and persevere.

Who was the Pharaoh in Joseph's time? ›

It takes us from Joseph, who rose to power under the Egyptian dynasty known as the Hyksos, up to dire bondage two dynasties later under the Pharaoh Ramses II. From the northernmost delta area to the Sudan border in the south, Ramses II left evidences of his magnificent reign.

What are the 4 dreams of St Joseph? ›

There are “four dreams” of St. Joseph: In the first he learns the miraculous nature of Mary's pregnancy and is told 'not to be afraid' to take her as his wife. In the second, he is warned to leave Bethlehem and flee to Egypt. While in Egypt, he has a third dream where he learns that it is safe to return to Israel.

What mistakes did Joseph make? ›

Joseph's mistake was in bragging about his dreams. Little good can come from making other people envious of oneself. if no person is watching and there is no way of getting caught. Joseph proved that he had matured and now had the moral character to become a leader.

Which Pharaoh is in Genesis 41? ›

Then Pharaoh said to Joseph, "I am Pharaoh, but without your word no one will lift hand or foot in all Egypt." Pharaoh gave Joseph the name Zaphenath-Paneah and gave him Asenath daughter of Potiphera, priest of On, to be his wife.

What are the two dreams of Joseph? ›

He once dreamed eleven bundles of grain, each representing one of his brothers, bowed to his bundle. In another dream, which Joseph faithfully recounted, the sun (representing his father), moon (his mother) and eleven stars (no guesses here), all bowed to him.

What is the message of Genesis 43? ›

Children are a blessing from the Lord, but it is easy for parents to allow their children to become their gods. In Jacob's case, he placed all of his hope and joy in their well-being. He guarded them as if they were his own life, which should be a good thing.

Who was betrayed by his brothers in the Bible? ›

When Jacob assigns Joseph to take a flock of sheep to sell, the brothers see their opportunity to be rid of him forever. They beat him and sell him to a slave trader. They then return to Jacob and tell him Joseph has been killed by a wild animal.

What was Joseph's gift in the Bible? ›

Jacob gave him a coat with long sleeves because of a mistranslation in the King James Version of the Bible: “coat with long sleeves” was translated incorrectly as “coat of many colors.” Long-sleeved or many-colored, the significance was the same.

What is the main point of the story of Joseph? ›

Its people survive despite their own foolishness and wickedness, indeed, ironically, in part because of these. The story is told as a testimony to the operation of divine providence: “. . . you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good . . .” (Genesis 50:20) sums up its moral.

Who waited the longest in the Bible? ›

He had the longest lifespan of all those given in the Bible, dying at the age of 969. According to the Book of Genesis, Methuselah was the son of Enoch, the father of Lamech, and the grandfather of Noah.
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Was Joseph always faithful to God? ›

Joseph faithfully stewarded every opportunity until he was running the affairs of the most powerful country in the world. God raised Joseph from the bottom of a pit to stewardship of a nation, and Joseph was faithful. It was no mistake that Joseph rose so far. It was God's plan all along.

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