Notes for Genesis Chapter 41

Joseph interprets dreams for Pharaoh.

Genesis 41:1-7
Two years after the butler’s release from prison, Pharaoh dreams the two dreams.

Genesis 41:8
Pharaoh looks for interpretation of his dreams.

Genesis 41:9-13
The butler remembers about Joseph.

Genesis 41:14
Pharaoh sends people to get Joseph.

Genesis 41:15
Pharaoh makes sure that Joseph can interpret dreams.

Genesis 41:16
Joseph gives all of the glory to God and not to himself.

Genesis 41:17-24
Pharaoh tells his first and second dreams.

Genesis 41:25-32
Joseph interprets the dreams and again gives all the glory to God.

Genesis 41:33-36
Joseph recommends that Pharaoh find and sets up a wise man so he can prepare Egypt for the famine.

Genesis 41:37-44
Pharaoh and Egyptians liked Joseph so much that they made him into a ruler over Egypt.

Genesis 41:45-46
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.

Genesis 41:47-53
During the first seven plenteous years, Joseph had two sons:
– Manasseh (forgetting)
– Ephraim (fruitful)

Genesis 41:54-57
The second seven years came – the years of famine.


Vladimir Yasmenko is just a dude that Loves God (Father, Son, and Holy Spirit). Also, he reads and studies the Bible so he can know what God likes and doesn't like, that way he can please God better and at the same time be a better example for people around him. And, yes, he does fall sometimes or even lots of times, but he knows that with God's help he can get up, go on, and be clean from ALL sins. In these Bible Notes Vladimir just wants to share his opinion and knowledge on certain places in the Bible. So, that means, do Not take his opinion as a Fact, only the Holy Bible is The Fact. That is why you should read your own Bible, so you would know what is truth and why people believe what they believe.

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