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Bible story. Questions and Answers. Good for everyone.


Joseph one of Jacob's son's Rules

1. Question : Who bought Joseph when he was sold as a slave in Egypt?
Answer :- Potiphar, a captain over the king's guard.

2. Q :How did God affect Joseph’s work in Potiphar’s house?
A : - Everything Joseph did went well, and God blessed Potiphar’s household because of Joseph.

3. Q : What position did Potiphar give Joseph in his household?
A :- Joseph was put in charge of Potiphar's house and everything he owned.

4. Q : Why did Potiphar’s wife desire Joseph?
A : - Because Joseph was good-looking.

5. Q : What did Potiphar’s wife ask Joseph to do?
A : - She asked him to commit adultery with her.

6. Q : How did Joseph respond to Potiphar’s wife’s advances?
A : - He refused and said it would be a wicked thing and a sin against God.

7. What happened when Joseph was alone in the house with Potiphar’s wife?
A : - She caught him by his robe and asked him to come to bed with her, but he left his robe and ran outside.

8. What lie did Potiphar’s wife tell about Joseph?
A : - She claimed Joseph tried to go to bed with her, but she cried out, causing him to flee and leave his robe.

9. What was Potiphar’s reaction to his wife's accusation against Joseph?
A : - He became very angry and had Joseph thrown in jail.

10. What role did Joseph assume while in jail?
A : - He was put in charge of all the other prisoners.

11. Who were the two officials that offended the king of Egypt and were put in jail with Joseph?
A : - The cupbearer and the baker.

12. Why were the cupbearer and the baker sad one morning?
A : - They had strange dreams and no one could explain their meanings.

13. Who did Joseph say gives the ability to explain dreams?
A : - God.

14. What was the cupbearer’s dream?
A : - He dreamed of a grapevine with three branches that budded, blossomed, and ripened into grapes, which he squeezed into the king's cup and gave to the king.

15. What interpretation did Joseph give for the cupbearer’s dream?
A : - The three branches represented three days after which the king would restore the cupbearer to his position.

16. What favor did Joseph ask of the cupbearer once he was restored to his position?
A : - To tell the king about him and try to get him out of jail.

17. What was the baker’s dream?
A :- He dreamed of carrying three baskets of baked goods for the king on his head, but birds were eating them out of the top basket.

18. What interpretation did Joseph give for the baker’s dream?
A : - The three baskets represented three days after which the king would hang the baker and birds would eat his body.

19. What happened to the cupbearer and the baker three days later?
A : - The cupbearer was restored to his position, and the baker was hanged.

20. Did the cupbearer remember Joseph after being restored to his position?
A : - No, the cupbearer forgot about Joseph.

21. How long after the cupbearer was restored did Pharaoh have his dreams?
A : - Two years later.

22. What was Pharaoh's first dream?
- He dreamed of seven fat cows being eaten by seven thin cows that remained thin.

23. What was Pharaoh's second dream?
- He dreamed of seven fat heads of grain being swallowed by seven thin heads of grain that remained thin.

24. How did Pharaoh feel after having the dreams?
- He was worried about their meanings.

25. Who did Pharaoh first call to interpret his dreams?
- The wise men of Egypt.

26. Could the wise men interpret Pharaoh’s dreams?
- No, they could not.

27. Who remembered Joseph’s ability to interpret dreams and mentioned it to Pharaoh?
- The cupbearer.

28. What did Pharaoh do after hearing about Joseph’s ability to interpret dreams?
- He sent for Joseph and had him brought from prison.

29. What was Joseph’s response when Pharaoh asked him to interpret the dreams?
- Joseph said he could not, but God would tell Pharaoh what the dreams meant.

30. What did Joseph say the seven fat cows and the seven fat heads of grain represented?
- Seven good years when the crops would grow well.



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