1 Now it happened° at the end° of two full° years° that Pharaoh° had° a dream°, and behold°, he was standing° by the Nile°. 2 And lo°, from the Nile° there came° up seven° cows°, sleek° and Ifat°; and they grazed° in the amarsh° grass°. 3 Then behold°, seven° other° cows° came° up after° them from the Nile°, ugly° and Igaunt°°, and they stood° by the [other] cows° on the bank° of the Nile°. 4 The ugly° and Igaunt°° cows° ate° up the seven° sleek° and fat° cows°. Then Pharaoh° awoke°. 5 He fell° asleep° and dreamed° a second° time°; and behold°, seven° ears° of grain° came° up on a single° stalk°, plump° and good°. 6 Then behold°, seven° ears°, thin° and scorched° by the east° wind°, sprouted° up after° them. 7 The thin° ears° swallowed° up the seven° plump° and full° ears°. Then Pharaoh° awoke°, and behold°, [it was] a dream°. 8 Now in the morning° ahis spirit° was troubled°, so he sent° and called° for all° the Ibmagicians° of Egypt°, and all° its cwise° men°. And Pharaoh° told° them his IIdreams°, but dthere° was no° one° who could interpret° them to Pharaoh°.
 ILit fat of flesh aJb 8:11; Is 19:6, 7
 ILit lean of flesh
 ILit lean of flesh
 IOr soothsayer priests IILit dream aDn 2:1, 3 bEx 7:11, 22; Dn 1:20; 2:2 cMt 2:1 dDn 2:27; 4:7
9 ¶ Then the chief° cupbearer° spoke° to Pharaoh°, saying°, “I would make mention° today° of amy [own] Ioffenses°. 10 Pharaoh° was afurious° with his servants°, and bhe put° me in confinement° in the house° of the captain° of the bodyguard°, [both] me and the chief° baker°. 11 aWe had° a dream° Ion the same° night°, IIhe and I; each° of us dreamed° according to the interpretation° of his [own] dream°. 12 Now a Hebrew° youth° [was] with us there°, a aservant° of the captain° of the bodyguard°, and we related° [them] to him, and bhe interpreted° our dreams° for us. To each° one° he interpreted° according to his [own] dream°. 13 And just° aas he interpreted° for us, so° it happened°; he restored° me in my Ioffice°, but he hanged° him.”
 IOr sins aGn 40:14, 23
 aGn 40:2, 3 bGn 39:20
 ILit one night IILit I and he aGn 40:5
 aGn 37:36 bGn 40:12
 ILit place aGn 40:21, 22
14 ¶ Then Pharaoh° sent° and acalled° for Joseph°, and they bhurriedly° brought° him out of the dungeon°; and when he had shaved° himself and changed° his clothes°, he came° to Pharaoh°. 15 Pharaoh° said° to Joseph°, “I have had° a dream°, abut no° one° can interpret° it; and bI have heard° Iit said° about° you, that IIwhen you hear° a dream° you can interpret° it.” 16 Joseph° then answered° Pharaoh°, saying°, “IaIt is not in me; bGod° will IIgive° Pharaoh° a favorable° answer°.” 17 So Pharaoh° spoke° to Joseph°, “In my dream°, behold°, I was standing° on the bank° of the Nile°; 18 and behold°, seven° cows°, Ifat° and sleek° came° up out of the Nile°, and they grazed° in the marsh° grass°. 19 Lo°, seven° other° cows° came° up after° them, poor° and very° ugly° and Igaunt°°, such° as I had never° seen° for IIugliness° in all° the land° of Egypt°; 20 and the lean° and Iugly° cows° ate° up the first° seven° fat° cows°. 21 Yet when they had Idevoured°° them, it could not be IIdetected° that they had Idevoured°° them, IIIfor they were just° as ugly° as IVbefore°. Then I awoke°. 22 I saw° also in my dream°, and behold°, seven° ears°, full° and good°, came° up on a single° stalk°; 23 and lo°, seven° ears°, withered°, thin°, [and] scorched° by the east° wind°, sprouted° up after° them; 24 and the thin° ears° swallowed° the seven° good° ears°. Then aI told° it to the Imagicians°, but there° was no° one° who could explain° it to me.”
 aPs 105:20 bDn 2:25
 ILit about you, saying IILit you hear a dream to interpret it aGn 41:8 bDn 5:16
 ILit Apart from me IILit answer the peace of Pharaoh aDn 2:30; Zc 4:6; Ac 3:12; 2Co 3:5 bGn 40:8; 41:25, 28, 32; Dt 29:29; Dn 2:22, 28, 47
 ILit fat of flesh
 ILit lean of flesh IILit badness
 ILit bad
 ILit entered their inward parts IIOr known IIILit and IVLit in the beginning
 IOr soothsayer priests aIs 8:19; Dn 4:7
25 ¶ Now Joseph° said° to Pharaoh°, “Pharaoh’s° Idreams° are one° [and the same]; aGod° has told° to Pharaoh° what°° He is about to do°. 26 The seven° good° cows° are seven° years°; and the seven° good° ears° are seven° years°; the Idreams° are one° [and the same]. 27 The seven° lean° and ugly° cows° that came° up after° them are seven° years°, and the seven° thin° ears° scorched° by the east° wind° awill be seven° years° of famine°. 28 IIt is as I have spoken° to Pharaoh°: aGod° has shown° to Pharaoh° what° He is about to do°. 29 Behold°, aseven° years° of great° abundance° are coming° in all° the land° of Egypt°; 30 and after° them aseven° years° of famine° will Icome°, and all° the abundance° will be forgotten° in the land° of Egypt°, and the famine° will IIravage° the land°. 31 So the abundance° will be unknown°° in the land° because°° of that subsequent° famine°; for it [will be] very° severe°. 32 Now as for the repeating° of the dream° to Pharaoh° twice°, [it means] that athe matter° is determined° by God°, and God° will quickly° bring° it about°. 33 Now° let Pharaoh° look° for a man° adiscerning° and wise°, and set° him over° the land° of Egypt°. 34 Let Pharaoh° take° action° to appoint° overseers° Iin charge° of the land°, and let him exact° a fifth° [of the produce] of the land° of Egypt° in the seven° years° of abundance°. 35 Then let them agather° all° the food° of these° good° years° that are coming°, and store° up the grain° for food° in the cities° under° Pharaoh’s° authority°, and let them guard° [it]. 36 Let the food° become° as a reserve° for the land° for the seven° years° of famine° which° will occur° in the land° of Egypt°, so that the land° will not perish° during the famine°.”
 ILit dream is aGn 41:28, 32; Dn 2:28, 29, 45
 ILit dream is
 a2K 8:1
 ILit That is the thing which I spoke aGn 41:25, 32
 aGn 41:47
 ILit arise IILit destroy aGn 41:54, 56; 47:13; Ps 105:16
 aGn 41:25, 28
 aGn 41:39
 ILit over
 aGn 41:48
Joseph Is Made a Ruler of Egypt
38 Then Pharaoh° said° to his servants°, “Can we find° a man° like this°, ain whom° is a divine° spirit°?” 39 So Pharaoh° said° to Joseph°, “Since° God° has informed° you of all° this°, there° is no° one° so adiscerning° and wise° as you are. 40 aYou shall be over° my house°, and according° to your Icommand° all° my people° shall IIdo° homage°; only° in the throne° I will be greater° than° you.” 41 Pharaoh° said° to Joseph°, “See°, I have set° you aover° all° the land° of Egypt°.” 42 Then Pharaoh° atook° off° his signet° ring° from his hand° and put° it on Joseph’s° hand°, and clothed° him in garments° of fine° linen° and bput° the gold° necklace° around° his neck°. 43 He had him ride° in Ihis second° chariot°; and they proclaimed° before° him, “IIBow° the knee°!” And he set° him over° all° the land° of Egypt°. 44 Moreover, Pharaoh° said° to Joseph°, “[Though] I am Pharaoh°, yet awithout° Iyour permission no° one° shall raise° his hand° or foot° in all° the land° of Egypt°.” 45 Then Pharaoh° named°° Joseph° IZaphenath-paneah°; and he gave° him Asenath°, the daughter° of Potiphera° priest° of IIaOn°, as his wife°. And Joseph° went° forth° over° the land° of Egypt°.
 aJb 32:8; Dn 4:8, 9, 18; 5:11, 14
 aGn 41:33
 ILit mouth IILit kiss aPs 105:21; Ac 7:10
 aGn 42:6; Ps 105:21; Dn 6:3; Ac 7:10
 aEs 3:10; 8:2 bDn 5:7, 16, 29
 ILit the second...which was his IIHeb Abreck: Attention or Make way
 ILit you no one aPs 105:22
 IProbably Egyptian for “God speaks; he lives” IIOr Heliopolis aJr 43:13; Ezk 30:17
46 ¶ Now Joseph° was athirty° years° old° when he Istood° before° Pharaoh°, king° of Egypt°. And Joseph° went° out from the presence° of Pharaoh° and went° through° all° the land° of Egypt°. 47 During the seven° years° of plenty° the land° brought° forth° Iabundantly°. 48 So he gathered° all° the food° of [these] seven° years° which° occurred° in the land° of Egypt° and placed° the food° in the cities°; he placed° in every city° the food° from its own surrounding° fields°. 49 Thus Joseph° stored° up grain° Iin great° abundance° like the sand° of the sea°, until°° he stopped° IImeasuring° [it], for it was IIIbeyond° measure°.
 IOr entered the service of aGn 37:2
 ILit by handfuls
 ILit very much IILit numbering IIIOr without number
The Sons of Joseph
50 ¶ Now before° the year° of famine° came°, atwo° sons° were born° to Joseph°, whom° Asenath°, the daughter° of Potiphera° priest° of IOn°, bore° to him. 51 Joseph° named°° the firstborn° IManasseh°, “For,” [he said], “God° has made me forget° all° my trouble° and all° my father’s° household°.” 52 He named°° the second° IEphraim°, “For,” [he said], “aGod° has made° me fruitful° in the land° of my affliction°.”
 IOr Heliopolis aGn 48:5
 II.e. making to forget
 II.e. fruitfulness aGn 17:6; 28:3; 49:22
53 ¶ When the seven° years° of plenty° which° had been° in the land° of Egypt° came° to an end°, 54 and athe seven° years° of famine° began° to come°, just° as Joseph° had said°, then there was famine° in all° the lands°, but in all° the land° of Egypt° there was bread°. 55 So when all° the land° of Egypt° was famished°, the people° cried° out to Pharaoh° for bread°; and Pharaoh° said° to all° the Egyptians°, “Go° to Joseph°; awhatever° he says° to you, you shall do°.” 56 When the famine° was [spread] over° all° the face° of the earth°, then Joseph° opened° all° Ithe storehouses°, and sold° to the Egyptians°; and the famine° was severe° in the land° of Egypt°. 57 [The people of] all° the earth° came° to Egypt° to buy° grain° from Joseph°, because° athe famine° was severe° in all° the earth°.
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Pharaoh's two dreams.
1 ¶ And it came to pass² at the endº² of two full¹ years,º² that Pharaohº dreamed:ºª and, behold,² he stoodºª by² the river.º 2 And, behold,² there came upºª out of² the riverº sevenº wellº favouredº kineº and fatfleshed;ºº and they fedºª in a meadow.º 3 And, behold,² sevenº otherº kineº came upºª after² them¹ out of² the river,º illº favouredº and leanfleshed;ºº and stoodºª byº the [other] kineº upon² the brinkº of the river.º 4 And the illº favouredº and leanfleshedºº kineº did eat upºª² the sevenº wellº favouredº and fatº kine.º So Pharaohº awoke.ºª 5 And he sleptºª and dreamedºª the second time:º and, behold,² sevenº ears of cornº came upºª upon oneº stalk,º rankº and good.º 6 And, behold,² sevenº thinº earsº and blastedºª with the east windº sprung upºª after² them.¹ 7 And the seven thinº earsº devouredºª² the sevenº rankº and fullº ears.º And Pharaohº awoke,ºª and, behold,² [it was] a dream.º 8 And it came to pass² in the morningº that his spiritº was troubled;ºª and he sentºª and called¹ª for²² all² the magiciansº of Egypt,º and all² the wise menº thereof: and Pharaohº toldºª them² his dream;º but [there was] none² that could interpretºª them unto Pharaoh.º
 Gn 20:3; 29:14; 31:21; 37:5; 40:5; Ex 1:22; 4:9; Dt 11:10; Jg 7:13; Es 6:1; Jb 33:15; Is 19:5; Ezk 29:3, 9; Dn 2:1; 4:5; 7:1; Mt 27:19.
 Gn 41:17; Jb 8:11.
 Gn 41:4, 20.
 1K 3:15.
 Dt 32:14.
 Ezk 17:10; 19:12; Ho 13:15.
 Gn 20:3; 37:5.
 Gn 40:6, 8; Ex 7:11, 22; 8:7, 18; 9:11; Lv 19:31; 20:6; Dt 18:9; Jb 5:12; Ps 25:14; Is 8:19; 19:3, 11; 29:14; 47:12; Dn 1:20; 2:1, 2, 4, 27; 4:5, 7, 19; 5:6, 7, 8, 11; 7:28; 8:27; Hab 3:16; Mt 2:1; Ac 7:22; 17:18; 1Co 1:19; 3:18.
9 ¶ Then spakeºª the chiefº butler¹ª²² unto Pharaoh,º saying,ºª I² do rememberºª² my faultsº this day:º 10 Pharaohº was wrothºª with² his servants,º and putºª me in wardº in the captainº of the guard'sº house,º [both] me and the chiefº baker:ºª 11 And we dreamedºª a dreamº in oneº night,º I² and he;² we dreamedºª each manº according to the interpretationº of his dream.º 12 And [there was] there² with² us a young man,º an Hebrew,º servantº to the captainº of the guard;º and we toldºª him, and he interpretedºª to us² our dreams;º to each manº according to his dreamº he did interpret.ºª 13 And it came to pass,² as² he interpretedºª to us, so² it was;² me he restoredºª unto² mine office,º and him he hanged.ºª
 Gn 40:1, 14, 23.
 Gn 37:36; 39:20; 40:2.
 Gn 40:5.
 Gn 37:36; 39:1, 20; 40:12.
 Gn 40:12, 20; Jr 1:10; Ezk 43:3.
14 ¶ Then Pharaohº sentºª and calledºª² Joseph,º and they brought him hastilyºª out of² the dungeon:º and he shavedºª [himself], and changedºª his raiment,º and came inºª unto² Pharaoh.º 15 And Pharaohº saidºª unto² Joseph,º I have dreamedºª a dream,º and [there is] none² that can interpretºª it: and I² have heardºª sayºª of² thee, [that] thou canst understandºª a dreamº to interpretºª it. 16 And Josephº answeredºª² Pharaoh,º saying,ºª [It is] not in² me:¹ Godº shall give¹ª Pharaoh¹ an answerºª² of² peace.º 17 And Pharaohº saidºª unto² Joseph,º In my dream,º behold,² I stoodºª upon² the bankº of the river:º 18 And, behold,² there came upºª out of² the riverº sevenº kine,º fatfleshedºº and wellº favoured;º and they fedºª in a meadow:º 19 And, behold,² sevenº otherº kineº came upºª after² them,¹ poor¹² and veryº illº favouredº and leanfleshed,ºº suchº as I neverº sawºª in all² the landº of Egyptº for badness:º 20 And the leanº and the ill favouredº kineº did eat upºª² the firstº sevenº fatº kine:º 21 And when they had eaten them up,ººª² it could not² be knownºª that² they had eaten²²² them;¹ª¹ but they [were] still¹ ill favoured,º² as² at the beginning.º So I awoke.ºª 22 And I sawºª in my dream,º and, behold,² sevenº earsº came upºª in oneº stalk,º fullº and good:º 23 And, behold,² sevenº ears,º withered,ºª thin,º [and] blastedºª with the east wind,º sprung upºª after² them:¹ 24 And the thinº earsº devouredºª² the sevenº goodº ears:º and I toldºª [this] unto² the magicians;º but [there was] none² that could declareºª [it] to me.
 Ex 10:16; 1S 2:7, 8; 2S 19:24; 2K 25:29; Es 4:1; 5:1; Ps 105:19; 113:7; Is 61:3, 10; Jr 52:32; Dn 2:25.
 Gn 41:9; Ps 25:14; Dn 5:12, 16.
 Gn 37:14; 40:8; Nu 12:6; 2K 6:27; Dn 2:18, 28, 47; 4:2; Lk 19:42; Ac 3:7, 12; 14:14; 1Co 15:10; 2Co 3:5.
 Gn 41:1.
 Jr 24:1, 5, 8.
 Ps 37:19; Is 9:20; Ezk 3:3; Rv 10:9.
 Gn 41:6; 2K 19:26; Ps 129:6; Ho 8:7; 9:16; 13:15.
 Gn 41:8; Ex 8:19; Dn 4:7.
Joseph interpreteth them.
25 ¶ And Josephº saidºª unto² Pharaoh,º The dreamº of Pharaohº [is] one:º Godº hath shewedºª Pharaohº² what² he [is] about to do.ºª 26 The sevenº goodº kineº [are] sevenº years;º and the sevenº goodº earsº [are] sevenº years:º the dreamº [is] one.º 27 And the sevenº thinº and ill favouredº kineº that came upºª after² them¹ [are] sevenº years;º and the sevenº emptyº earsº blastedºª with the east windº shall be² sevenº yearsº of famine.º 28 This² [is] the thingº which² I have spokenºª unto² Pharaoh:º What² Godº [is] about to doºª he shewethºª² unto Pharaoh.º 29 Behold,² there comeºª sevenº yearsº of greatº plentyº throughout all² the landº of Egypt:º 30 And there shall ariseºª after² them¹ sevenº yearsº of famine;º and all² the plentyº shall be forgottenºª in the landº of Egypt;º and the famineº shall consumeºª² the land;º 31 And the plentyº shall not² be knownºª in the landº by reason¹ of²² that² famineº following;ºº for² it² [shall be] veryº grievous.º 32 And for² that the dreamº was doubledºª unto² Pharaohº twice;º [it is] because² the thingº [is] establishedºª byº² God,º and Godº will shortlyºª bring it to pass.ºª
 Gn 41:16; Ex 9:14; Jsh 11:6; Ps 98:2; Is 41:22; 43:9; Dn 2:28, 45, 47; Am 3:7; Mt 24:40; Mk 13:23; Ep 1:17; Rv 4:1.
 Gn 2:24; 40:12, 18; 41:2, 5, 29, 47, 53; Ex 12:11; 26:6; 1Co 10:4; 1Jn 5:7.
 2S 24:19; 2K 8:1.
 Gn 41:16, 25.
 Gn 41:26, 46, 49.
 Gn 41:21, 27, 51, 54; 47:13; 2S 24:13; 1K 17:1; 2K 8:1; Ps 105:16; Pv 31:7; Is 65:16; Lk 4:25; Jm 5:17.
 1S 5:6; Is 24:20.
 Gn 37:7, 9; Nu 23:19; Jb 33:14; Is 14:24; 30:33; 46:10; Mt 24:35; 25:34, 41; Mk 10:40; 1Co 2:9; 2Co 13:1; Rv 9:15.
He giveth Pharaoh counsel.
33 Now² therefore let Pharaohº look outºª a manº discreetºª and wise,º and setºª him over² the landº of Egypt.º 34 Let Pharaohº doºª [this], and let him appointºª officersº over² the land,º and take up the fifth partºª of² the landº of Egyptº in the sevenº plenteousº years.º 35 And let them gatherºª² all² the foodº of those² goodº yearsº that come,ºª and lay upºª cornº under² the handº of Pharaoh,º and let them keepºª foodº in the cities.º 36 And that foodº shall be² for storeº to the landº against the sevenº yearsº of famine,º which² shall be² in the landº of Egypt;º that the landº perishºª not² through the famine.º
 Ex 18:19; Dt 1:13; Dn 4:27; Ac 6:3.
 Nu 31:14; 2K 11:11; 2Ch 34:12; Ne 11:9; Jb 5:20; Ps 33:19; Pv 6:6; 22:3; 27:12; Lk 16:5.
 Gn 41:48, 56; 45:6; Ex 4:13.
 Gn 41:30; 47:13.
Joseph is advanced.
38 And Pharaohº saidºª unto² his servants,º Can we findºª [such a one] as thisº [is], a manº in whomº the Spiritº of Godº [is]? 39 And Pharaohº saidºª unto² Joseph,º Forasmuchº as Godº hath shewedºª thee² all² this,² [there is] none² so discreetºª and wiseº as thou² [art]: 40 Thou² shalt beºª over² my house,º and according unto² thy wordº shall all² my peopleº be ruled:ºª only² in the throneº will I be greaterºª than² thou. 41 And Pharaohº saidºª unto² Joseph,º See,ºª I have setºª thee over² all² the landº of Egypt.º 42 And Pharaohº took offºª² his ringº from²² his hand,º and putºª it upon² Joseph'sº hand,º and arrayedºª him in vesturesº of fine linen,º and putºª a goldº chainº about² his neck;º 43 And he made him to rideºª in the secondº chariotº which² he had; and they criedºª before² him,¹ Bow the knee:º and he madeºª him [ruler] over² all² the landº of Egypt.º 44 And Pharaohº saidºª unto² Joseph,º I² [am] Pharaoh,º and withoutº thee shall no² manº lift upºª² his handº or footº in all² the landº of Egypt.º 45 And Pharaohº calledºª Joseph'sº nameº Zaphnathpaaneah;º and he gaveºª him to wifeº² Asenathº the daughterº of Potipherahº priestº of On.º And Josephº went outºª over² [all] the landº of Egypt.º
 Nu 27:18; Jb 32:8; Dn 4:6, 8, 18; 5:11, 14; 6:3.
 Gn 41:16, 25, 28, 33.
 Gn 39:4; 45:8, 26; 1S 10:1; Jb 31:27; Ps 2:12; 105:21; Pv 22:29; Dn 2:46; 5:29; 6:3.
 Gn 39:5, 22; 41:44; Es 10:3; Pv 17:2; 22:29; Dn 2:7; 4:2; 6:3; Mt 28:18; Php 2:9.
 Es 3:10, 12; 6:7; 8:2, 8, 10, 15; 10:3; Pv 1:9; 31:22, 24; So 1:10; Ezk 16:10; 27:7; Dn 2:46; 5:7, 16, 29; Lk 15:22; 19:16.
 Gn 42:6, 30, 33; 45:8, 26; Es 6:8; Ac 7:10; Php 2:10.
 Ex 11:7.
 Gn 14:18; 46:20; Ex 2:16; 2S 8:18; 20:26; Ezk 30:17; Lk 2:1; Ac 11:28.
46 ¶ And Josephº [was] thirtyº yearsº oldº when he stoodºª beforeº Pharaohº kingº of Egypt.º And Josephº went outºª from the presenceº² of Pharaoh,º and went² throughout¹ª all² the landº of Egypt.º 47 And in the sevenº plenteousº yearsº the earthº brought forthºª by handfuls.º 48 And he gathered upºª² all² the foodº of the sevenº years,º which² were² in the landº of Egypt,º and laid upºª the foodº in the cities:º the foodº of the field,º which² [was] round aboutº every city,º laid he upºª in the same.º 49 And Josephº gatheredºª cornº as the sandº of the sea,º veryº much,ºª until² he leftºª numbering;ºª for² [it was] withoutº number.º
 Gn 37:2; Nu 4:3; 1S 16:21; 2S 5:4; 1K 12:6, 8; Pv 22:29; Dn 1:19; Lk 3:23; 21:36; Jde 1:24.
 Gn 26:12; Ps 72:16.
 Gn 41:34; 47:21.
 Gn 22:17; Jg 6:5; 7:12; 1S 13:5; Jb 1:3; Ps 78:27; Jr 33:22.
He begetteth Manasseh and Ephraim.
50 And unto Josephº were bornºª twoº sonsº before² the yearsº of famineº came,ºª which² Asenathº the daughterº of Potipherahº priestº of Onº bareºª unto him. 51 And Josephº calledºª² the nameº of the firstbornº Manasseh:º For² God,º [said he], hath made me forgetºª² all² my toil,º and all² my father'sº house.º 52 And the nameº of the secondº calledºª he Ephraim:º For² Godº hath caused me to be fruitfulºª in the landº of my affliction.º
 Gn 41:45; 46:20; 48:5; 2S 8:18.
 Gn 41:30; 48:5, 13, 18; Dt 33:17; Ps 30:5, 11; 45:10; Pv 31:7; Is 57:16; 65:16.
 Gn 29:32; 30:6; 48:16; 49:22; 50:23; Ps 105:17; Is 40:1; Am 6:6; Ac 7:10.
The famine beginneth.
53 ¶ And the sevenº yearsº of plenteousness,º that² was² in the landº of Egypt,º were ended.ºª 54 And the sevenº yearsº of dearthº beganºª to come,ºª according as² Josephº had said:ºª and the dearthº was² in all² lands;º but in all² the landº of Egyptº there was² bread.º 55 And when all² the landº of Egyptº was famished,ºª the peopleº criedºª to² Pharaohº for bread:º and Pharaohº saidºª unto all² the Egyptians,º Go¹ª² unto² Joseph;º what² he saithºª to you, do.ºª 56 And the famineº was² over² all² the faceº of the earth:º And Josephº openedºª² all² the storehouses,² and soldºª unto the Egyptians;º and the famineº waxed soreºª in the landº of Egypt.º 57 And all² countriesº cameºª into Egyptº to² Josephº for to buyºª [corn]; because² that the famineº was [so] soreºª in all² lands.º
 Gn 41:29; Ps 73:20; Lk 16:25.
 Gn 41:3, 6, 27, 30; 42:2, 5; 43:1; 45:11; 47:13; Ps 105:16; Ac 7:11.
 Gn 41:40; 2K 6:25; Ps 105:20; Jr 14:1; Lm 4:3; Mt 3:17; 17:5; Jn 1:14; Php 4:19; Col 1:19.
 Gn 42:6; 47:14; Is 23:17; Zc 5:3; Lk 21:35; Ac 17:26.
 Gn 41:54, 56; 42:1, 5; 50:20; Dt 9:28; Ps 105:16.
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