Two years after the butler’s release from prison, Pharaoh dreams the two dreams.
Pharaoh looks for interpretation of his dreams.
The butler remembers about Joseph.
Pharaoh sends people to get Joseph.
Pharaoh makes sure that Joseph can interpret dreams.
Joseph gives all of the glory to God and not to himself.
Pharaoh tells his first and second dreams.
Joseph interprets the dreams and again gives all the glory to God.
Joseph recommends that Pharaoh find and sets up a wise man so he can prepare Egypt for the famine.
Pharaoh and Egyptians liked Joseph so much that they made him into a ruler over Egypt.
Joseph gets married to Asenath and becomes the ruler over Egypt at 30 years of age.
– Joseph’s new name is Zaphnathpaaneah.
– Joseph’s wife is Asenath.
During the first seven plenteous years, Joseph had two sons:
– Manasseh (forgetting)
– Ephraim (fruitful)
The second seven years came – the years of famine.