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Bible story. Questions and Answers. Good for everyone. 2


Joseph one of Jacob's son's Rules



31. What did Joseph say the seven thin cows and the seven thin heads of grain represented?
- Seven bad years that would follow the good years when nothing would grow.

32. What advice did Joseph give to Pharaoh?
- To choose a wise man to collect and store food during the good years for use during the bad years.

33. How did Pharaoh react to Joseph’s interpretation and advice?
- He found it a good idea and decided to appoint Joseph to the task.

34. What position did Pharaoh give Joseph?
- Governor of all Egypt, second only to Pharaoh.

35. What special items did Pharaoh give Joseph to signify his new position?
- Fine clothes, a gold chain, and a signet ring.

36. Who was Joseph’s wife?
- Asenath, the daughter of an Egyptian priest.

37. How old was Joseph when he became governor of Egypt?
- Thirty years old.

38. What was Joseph in charge of during the seven good years?
- Collecting and storing grain.

39. How many sons did Joseph have during the good years?
- Two sons.

40. What were the names of Joseph’s sons?
- Manasseh and Ephraim.

41. Who initially bought Joseph from the traders?
- Potiphar.

42. What was the reason given by Joseph for not committing adultery with Potiphar’s wife?
- It would be a wicked thing and a sin against God.

43. Where did Joseph end up after being falsely accused by Potiphar’s wife?
- In jail where the king's prisoners were kept.

44. How did Joseph end up in charge of the prisoners in jail?
- The jailer was pleased with him and put him in charge.

45. What did the cupbearer dream about the grapevine?
- It had three branches that budded, blossomed, and produced ripe grapes.

46. What was the significance of the three branches in the cupbearer’s dream?
- They represented three days.

47. What did the baker’s dream involve?
- Three baskets of baked goods being eaten by birds.

48. What was the significance of the three baskets in the baker’s dream?
- They represented three days.

49. What did Joseph predict would happen to the baker?
- He would be hanged in three days.

50. What happened to Pharaoh on his birthday?
- He gave a feast and released the cupbearer and baker from jail.

51. What did Pharaoh’s dreams have in common?
- Both involved sevens (seven cows and seven heads of grain) and represented periods of good and bad years.

52. What did Pharaoh’s dreams predict?
- Seven years of plenty followed by seven years of famine.

53. Who did Pharaoh decide to put in charge of preparing for the famine?
- Joseph.

54. What authority did Joseph have after being appointed by Pharaoh?
- He was second in command, and all people in Egypt had to obey his orders.

55. What did Joseph do during the seven years of plenty?
- He collected and stored grain.

56. How did Joseph interpret dreams?
- By God’s revelation.

57. What prompted the cupbearer to remember Joseph?
- Pharaoh's troubling dreams.

58. What happened immediately after Pharaoh's dreams were explained?
A : - Joseph was appointed governor of Egypt.

59. Q : Why was Joseph trusted with significant responsibilities by both Potiphar and the jailer?
A :- God was with Joseph, and he was successful in all he did.

60. Q : What was the broader significance of Joseph’s rise to power in Egypt?
A :- It set the stage for his family’s later migration to Egypt, which was pivotal in the history of the Israelites.

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