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Genesis 37, 39-40

Week ! Quizzing 2011

QuestionAnswer
37:1 In what land had Jacob’s father stayed? The land of Canaan
37:1 Whose father had stayed in the land of Canaan? Jacob’s
37:1 Who had stayed in the land of Canaan where Jacob lived? Jacob’s father
37:2 Of whom is Genesis 37 an account of? Jacob
37:2 Who was a young man of seventeen? Joseph
37:2 Who was tending the flocks with his brothers? Joseph
37:2 How old was Joseph when he was tending the flocks with his brothers? Seventeen
37:2 What was Joseph tending when he was seventeen? The flocks
37:2 With whom was Joseph tending the flocks when he was seventeen? His brothers
37:2 With whose sons was Joseph tending the flocks when he was seventeen? Sons of Bilhah, sons of Zilpah
37:2 Who were Bilhah and Zilpah? Jacob’s wives
37:2 Who brought Jacob a bad report? Joseph
37:2 What was bad that Joseph brought to his father? A report
37:2 About whom did Joseph bring a bad report to his father? His (Joseph’s) brothers (sons of Bilhah and Zilpah)
37:2 What kind of report to Joseph bring to Jacob about his brothers? A bad report
37:3 Who loved Joseph more than any of his other sons? Israel (Jacob)
37:3 Why did Israel love Joseph more than any of his other sons? Because Joseph had been born to him (Israel) in his old age
37:3 Who had been born to Israel in his old age? Joseph
37:3 In what age had Joseph been born to Israel? In Israel’s old age
37:3 What kind of robe did Israel make for Joseph? A richly ornamented one
37:3 What was richly ornamented? A robe that Israel made for Joseph
37:4 Who hated Joseph? His brothers
37:4 What word could Joseph’s brothers not speak to him? A kind word
37:4 What did Joseph’s brothers see that made them hate Joseph? They saw that their father loved Joseph more than any of them
37:4 Who could not speak a kind word to Joseph? His brothers
37:5 Who had a dream and told it to his brothers? Joseph
37:5 What happened when Joseph told his dream to his brothers? His brothers hated him all the more (they were jealous of him v.11)
37:6 (sit) Who said this and to whom? “Listen to this dream I had.” Joseph to his brothers
37:7 (sit) Who said this and to whom? “We were binding sheaves of grain out in the field…” Joseph to his brothers
37:7 Who were binding sheaves of grain in Joseph’s dream? Joseph and his brothers
37:7 Where were Joseph and his brothers binding sheaves of grain according to Joseph’s dream? Out in the field
37:7 What were Joseph and his brothers binding according to Joseph’s dream? Sheaves of grain
37:7 What suddenly rose? Joseph’s sheaf (in his dream)
37:7 What gathered around Joseph’s sheaf and bowed down to it? The sheaves of Joseph’s brothers
37:7 What stood upright? Joseph’s sheaf (in his dream)
37:7 What happened suddenly to Joseph’s sheaf in his dream? It rose and stood upright
37:7 What did the sheaves of Joseph’s brothers do to Joseph’s sheaf? Gathered around it and bowed down to it
37:8 (sit) Who to whom? “Do you intend to reign over us? Joseph’s brothers to Joseph
37:8 (sit) Who to whom? “Will you actually rule us?” Joseph’s brothers to Joseph
37:9 (sit) Who to whom? “Listen, I had another dream…” Joseph to his brothers
37:9 What were bowing down to Joseph in his second dream that he told to his brothers? The sun, moon and eleven stars
37:9 What were the sun and moon and eleven stars doing in Joseph’s second dream? Bowing down to Joseph
37:9 How many stars were bowing down to Joseph in his second dream? Eleven
37:10 Who rebuked Joseph when he told his dream to him? Israel (Jacob)
37:10 (sit) who to who “What is this dream you had?” Israel to Joseph
37:10 (sit) who to who “Will your mother and I and your brothers actually come and bow down…” Israel to Joseph
37:10 To what would Joseph’s brothers and mother and father bow down to before Joseph according to his second dream? The ground
37:11 Who were jealous of Joseph? His brothers
37:11 What did Joseph’s father keep in mind? The matter (of the 2nd dream—bowing down to Joseph)
37:11 In what did Joseph’s father keep the matter of Joseph’s dream? In mind
37:12 Near what town had Joseph’s brothers gone to graze their father’s flocks? Shechem
37:12 Why had Joseph’s brothers gone near Shechem? To graze their father’s flocks
37:13 (sit) who to who “As you know, your brothers are grazing the flocks near Shechem.” Israel to Joseph
37:13 (sit) who to who “Come, I am going to send you to them.” Israel to Joseph
37:13 (sit) who to who “Very well,” Joseph to Israel
37:14 (sit) who to who “Go and see if all is well with your brothers and with the flocks, and bring word back to me.” Israel to Joseph
37:14 From what valley did Israel send Joseph off from to see if all is well with his brothers? Valley of Hebron
37:14 Who sent Joseph off from the Valley of Hebron? Israel
37:14 What was Joseph to bring back to Israel when he went to see if all was well with his brothers? Word
37:15 (sit) who to who “What are you looking for.?” A man to Joseph
37:15 What was Joseph doing in the fields when a man found him? Wandering
37:15 Who found Joseph wandering around in the fields? A man (at Shechem)
37:15 In what was Joseph wandering around when a man found him? In the fields
37:16 (sit) who to who “I’m looking for my brothers.” Joseph to the man who found him wandering around in the fields
37:16 (sit) who to who “Can you tell me where they are grazing their flocks?” Joseph to the man who found him wandering around in the fields
37:17 (sit) who to who “They have moved on from here.” The man who found Joseph wandering around in the fields said it to Joseph
37:17 (sit) who to who “I heard them say, ‘Let’s go to Dothan.’” The man who found Joseph wandering around in the fields said it to Joseph
37:17 Near what town did Joseph find his brothers? Dothan
37:18 Who saw Joseph in the distance? Joseph’s brothers
37:18 What did Joseph’s brothers do before he reached them? Plotted to kill Joseph
37:18 When did Joseph’s brothers plot to kill him? When they saw Joseph in the distance and before he reached them
37:18 Who plotted to kill Joseph? Joseph’s brothers
37:19 Who was called a dreamer? Joseph
37:19 (sit) who to who “Here comes that dreamer!” Joseph’s brothers said it to each other
37:20 (sit) who to who “Come now, let’s kill him and throw him into one of these cisterns…” Joseph’s brothers said it to each other
37:20 (sit) who to who “Then we’ll see what comes of his dreams.” Joseph’s brothers said it to each other
37:20 What kind of animal did the brothers plan to say devoured Joseph? A ferocious
37:20 Into what did the brothers plot to throw Joseph after they killed him? A cistern
37:21 Who tried to rescue Joseph from the brothers’ hands? Reuben
37:21 What did Reuben try to do when he heard the brothers’ plan to kill Joseph? He tried to rescue Joseph from their hands
37:21 (sit) who to who “Let’s not take his life.” Reuben to his brothers
37:22 (sit) who to who “Don’t shed any blood.” Reuben to his brothers
37:22 (sit) who to who “Throw him into this cistern here in the desert, but don’t lay a hand on him.” Reuben to his brothers
37:22 What did Reuben tell his brothers not to shed? Any blood
37:22 What did Reuben not want his brothers to lay on Joseph? A hand
37:22 In what was the cistern that Reuben told his brothers to throw Joseph into? In the desert
37:22 What was in the desert that the brothers threw Joseph into? A cistern
37:22 Why did Reuben tell his brothers not to lay a hand on Joseph? So Reuben could rescue Joseph from them and take him back to his father
37:22 To whom did Reuben plan to take Joseph back to when he rescued him? His father (Jacob, Israel)
37:23 Who stripped Joseph of his robe? Joseph’s brothers
37:23 What was Joseph stripped of? His (richly ornamented) robe
37:23,24 What did his brothers do to Joseph when he came to them in Dothan? Stripped him of his robe and threw him into the cistern
37:23 Which robe did Joseph’s brothers strip him of? The richly ornamented robe he was wearing
37:24 Into what did Joseph’s brothers throw him? Into the cistern
37:24 Who threw Joseph into the cistern? Joseph’s brothers
37:24 What was empty? The cistern that Joseph was thrown into
37:24 What had no water in it? The cistern that Joseph was thrown into
37:25 When did the brothers look up and see a caravan of Ishmaelites coming? As they sat down to eat their meal
37:25 What did the brothers see as they sat down to eat their meal? A caravan of Ishmaelites coming from Gilead
37:25 What was coming from Gilead? A caravan of Ishmaelites
37:25 Where was a caravan of Ishmaelites coming from? Gilead
37:25 With what three things were the camels of the Ishmaelites loaded with? Spices, balm and myrrh
37:25 What were loaded with spices, balm and myrrh? The camels of the Ishmaelites
37:25 Where were the Ishmaelites taking the spices, balm and myrrh? Down to Egypt
37:26 (sit) who to who “What will we gain if we kill our brother and cover up his blood?” Judah to his brothers (obviously minus Reuben)
37:26 Who asked what they would gain if the brothers killed Joseph and covered up his blood? Judah
37:27 (sit) who to who “Come, let’s sell him to the Ishmaelites and not lay our hands on him.” Judah to his brothers (obviously minus Reuben)
37:27 Who was the brothers own flesh and blood? Joseph
37:27 Why did Judah not want to lay a hand on Joseph after all? Because he was their (the brothers) own flesh and blood
37:27 Who agreed when Judah suggested selling Joseph to the Ishmaelites? The brothers (minus Reuben)
37:28 What did the brothers do when the Midianite merchants came by? Pulled Joseph up out of the cistern and sold him for 20 shekels of silver to the Ishmaelites
37:28 What merchants came by? Midianiate
37:28 Who pulled Joseph up out of the cistern? Joseph’s brothers
37:28 Who was pulled up out of the cistern? Joseph
37:28 For how much did the brothers sell Joseph? Twenty shekels of silver
37:28 Who was sold for twenty shekels of silver? Joseph
37:28 Who took Joseph to Egypt? The Ishmaelites
37:28 To where did the Ishmaelites take Joseph? Egypt
37:28 (fn) About how many ounces is 20 shekels of silver? About 8 ounces
37:29 What did Reuben do when he returned to the cistern and saw that Joseph was not there? Reuben tore his clothes
37:29 Who tore his clothes when he returned to the cistern and saw that Joseph was not there? Reuben
37:29 Who was not there, when Reuben returned to the cistern? Joseph
37:30 (sit) who to who “The boy isn’t there! Reuben to his brothers
37:30 (sit) who to who “Where can I turn now?” Reuben to his brothers
37:30 What did Reuben say to his brothers when he saw the Joseph was not in the cistern? The boy isn’t there! Where can I turn now?
37:31 What did the brothers do with Joseph’s robe after they sold Joseph? Thye got the robe, slaughtered a goat and dipped the robe in the blood
37:31 What was dipped in the blood of a slaughtered goat? Joseph’s robe
37:31 What was slaughtered to dip Joseph’s robe in its blood? A goat
37:31 Into what was Joseph’s robe dipped? The blood of the slaughtered goat
37:32 What robe did the brothers take back to their father? Joseph’s ornamented robe (that was dipped in goat blood)
37:32 To whom did the brothers take the ornamented robe back to? Their father (Israel, Jacob)
37:32 (sit) who to who “We found this.” The brothers to their father (Israel, Jacob)
37:32 (sit) who to who “Examine it to see whether it is your son’s robe.” The brothers to their father (Israel, Jacob)
37:32 Who was to examine the robe? Israel (Jacob)
37:33 (sit) who to who “It is my son’s robe!” Jacob to his sons
37:33 (sit) who to who “Some ferocious animal has devoured him.” Jacob to his sons
37:33 (sit) who to who “Joseph has surely been torn to pieces.” Jacob to his sons
37:33 What did Israel think devoured Joseph? A ferocious animal
37:34 Who tore his clothes, put on sackcloth and mourned for his son? Jacob
37:34 How long did Jacob morn for his son after he tore his clothes and put on sackcloth? Many days
37:34 What did Jacob put on after he tore his clothes? Sackcloth
37:35 Who came to comfort Jacob when he mourned for his son? All his sons and daughters
37:35 Who refused to be comforted? Jacob
37:35 Why did all Jacob’s sons and daughters come to him when he was mourning for Joseph? To comfort Jacob
37:35 (sit) who to who “No, in mourning will I go down to the grave to my son.” Jacob to all his sons and daughters
37:35 Who wept for Joseph? Jacob
37:35 (fn) What is the Hebrew word for grave? Sheol
37:36 Who did the Midianites sell Joseph to in Egypt? Potiphar
37:36 Who sold Joseph in Egypt? the Midianites
37:36 Who was Potiphar? One of Pharaoh’s officials, the captain of the guard
37:36 Who was one of Pharaoh’s officials? Potiphar
37:36 Of what was Potiphar the captain of? The guard
37:36 (fn) Midianaites can also refer to whom? Samaritan Pentateuch, Septuagint, Vulgate and Syriac
39:1 Who had been taken down to Egypt and was bought by Potiphar? Joseph
39:1 Who bought Joseph from the Ishmaelites? Potiphar
39:1 Of what was Potiphar captain of? The guard
39:2 Who prospered in Egypt? Joseph
39:2 In whose house did Joseph live in Egypt? In the house of his Egyptian master (Potiphar)
39:3 Who gave Joseph success in everything he did? The Lord
39:3 Who saw that the Lord was with Joseph and gave him success in everything he did? Potiphar
39:3 Potiphar saw that the Lord gave Joseph success in what? In everything Joseph did
39:4 In whose eyes did Joseph find favor? Potiphar’s
39:4 What did Joseph become to Potiphar because he found favor in Potiphar’s eyes? Potiphar’s attendant
39:4 Who became Potiphar’s attendant? Joseph
39:4 Of what did Potiphar put Joseph in charge of when he became his attendant? Potiphar’s household
39:4 What did Potiphar entrust to Joseph when he put him in charge of his household? Everything Potiphar owned
39:5 What happened from the time Potiphar put Joseph in charge of his household and of all that he owned? The Lord blessed the household of the Egyptian (Potiphar) because of Joseph
39:5 Because of whom did the Lord bless the household of Potiphar? Joseph
39:5 Whose household was blessed because of Joseph? Potiphar’s
39:5 What was both in Potiphar’s house and in Potiphar’s field? The blessing of the Lord
39:5 The blessing of the Lord was on everything Potiphar had, both in what? In the house and in the field
39:6 In whose care did Potiphar leave everything he had? Joseph’s
39:6 Who left in Joseph’s care everything he had? Potiphar
39:6 What did Potiphar concern himself with, with Joseph in charge? Nothing except the food he (Photiphar) ate
39:6 Who did not concern himself with anything except the food he ate? Potiphar
39:6 Who was well-built and handsome? Joseph
39:6,7 Why did Potiphar’s wife take notice of Joseph after a while? Because Joseph was well-built and handsome
39:7 Who took notice of Joseph after a while? Potiphar’s wife
39:7,12 (sit) who to who? “Come to bed with me!” Potiphar’s (or Joseph’s master’s) wife to Joseph
39:8 (sit) who to who? “With me in charge, my master does not concern himself with anything in the house.” Joseph to Potiphar’s wife
39:8 (sit) who to who? “Everything he owns he has entrusted to my care.” Joseph to Potiphar’s wife
39:9 (sit) who to who? “No one is greater in this house than I am.” Joseph to Potiphar’s wife
39:9 Who was greater in Potiphar’s house than Joseph? No one
39:9 (sit) who to who? “My master has withheld nothing from me except you, because you are his wife.” Joseph to Potiphar’s wife
39:9 What had Potiphar withheld from Joseph? Nothing except Potiphar’s wife
39:9 Who was withheld from Joseph? Potiphar’s wife
39:9 (sit) who to who “How then could I do such a wicked thing and sin against God? Joseph to Potiphar’s wife
39:10 Who spoke to Joseph day after day? Potiphar’s wife
39:10 How often did Potiphar’s wife speak to Joseph? Day after day
39:10 Who refused to go to bed or even be with Potiphar’s wife? Joseph
39:10 Who did Joseph refuse even to be with though she spoke to him day after day? Potiphar’s wife
39:11 Into whose house did Joseph go to attend to his duties? Into Potiphar’s house
39:11 Who was not inside when Joseph went into Potiphar’s house to attend to his duties? None of the household servants
39:11 Why did Joseph go into Potiphar’s house when none of the household servants were inside? To attend to his duties
39:12 Who caught Joseph by his cloak? Potiphar’s wife
39:12 By what did Potiphar’s wife catch Joseph? By his cloak
39:12,13 What was left in Potiphar’s wife’s hand when Joseph ran out of the house? Joseph’s cloak
39:12 Where did Joseph leave his cloak when he ran out of Potiphar’s house? In the hand of Potiphar’s wife
39:12 Who ran out of the Potiphar’s house? Joseph
39:13 Who did Potiphar’s wife call when she saw that Joseph had left his cloak in her hand and had run out of the house? Her household servants
39:13 What had Joseph run out of? Potiphar’s house
39:14 (sit) who to who “Look, this Hebrew has been brought to us to make sport of us!” Potiphar’s wife to her household servants
39:14 (sit) who to who “He came in here to sleep with me, but I screamed.” Potiphar’s wife to her household servants
39:15 (sit) who to who “When he heard me scream for help, he left his cloak beside me and ran out of the house.” Potiphar’s wife to her household servants
39:14 Who was brought to make sport of her, according to Potiphar’s wife? Joseph
39:14 What did Potiphar’s wife say she did when Joseph came to sleep with her? She screamed
39:15 According to Potiphar’s wife, what did Joseph do when he heard her scream for help? Joseph left his cloak beside her and ran out of the house
39:16 For how long did Potiphar’s wife keep Joseph’s cloak beside her? Until Joseph’s master (Potiphar) came home
39:16 What did Potiphar’s wife keep beside her until Joseph’s master came home? Joseph’s cloak
19:17 (sit) who to who “That Hebrew slave you brought us came to me to make sport of me.” Potiphar’s wife to Potiphar
19:18 (sit) who to who “But as soon as I screamed for help, he left his cloak beside me and ran out of the house.” Potiphar’s wife to Potiphar
19:19 (sit) who to who “This is how your slave treated me.” Potiphar’s wife to Potiphar
19:19 How did Potiphar react when he heard the story his wife told him? He burned with anger (put Joseph in prison)
19:19 Who burned with anger? Potiphar
19:20 Where did Potiphar put Joseph after he heard the story his wife told him? In prison
19:20 Who were confined in the prison that Joseph was put into? The king’s prisoners
19:20 Where were the king’s prisoners confined? In the prison where Joseph was put
19:20 Whose prisoners were confined in the prison? The king’s
19:20,21 What did the Lord do for Joseph while he was in the prison? The Lord was with Joseph, he showed him kindness and granted him favor in the eyes of the prison warden
19:21 Who showed Joseph kindness and granted him favor in the eyes of the prison warden? The Lord
19:21 In whose eyes did the Lord grant Joseph favor while he was in the prison? In the eyes of the prison warden
19:22 Who did the warden put Joseph in charge of? All those held in the prison
19:22 What was Joseph made responsible for while he was in the prison? All that was done in the prison
19:22 Who put Joseph in charge of all those held in the prison? The prison warden
19:23 Who paid no attention to anything under Joseph’s care? The prison warden
19:23 Why did the warden pay no attention to anything under Joseph’s care? Because the Lord was with Joseph and gave him success in whatever he did
19:23 Who gave Joseph success in whatever he did? The Lord
19:23 What did the Lord give Joseph success in? Whatever he (Joseph) did
40:1 Who offended their master? The cupbearer and the baker of the king of Egypt
40:1 Who did the cupbearer and the baker of Egypt offend? The king of Egypt (Pharaoh)
40:1 Who was the master of the cupbearer and the baker? The king of Egypt (Pharaoh)
40:2 Who was angry with his two officials? Pharaoh
40:2 With what two officials was Pharaoh angry? The chief cupbearer and the chief baker
40:3 In what house did Pharaoh put his two officials in custody? The house of the captain of the guard (the same prison where Joseph was confined)
40:3 Who were put in custody in the house of the captain of the guard? The chief baker and chief cupbearer
40:3 In what were the cupbearer and baker put in the house of the captain of the guard? Custody
40:4 Who assigned the cupbearer and baker to Joseph? The captain of the guard
40:4 Who attended the cupbearer and baker? Joseph
40:4 To whom were the cupbearer and baker assigned? Joseph
40:4,5 After what time did the cupbearer and baker each have a dream? After they (cupbearer and baker) had been in custody for some time
40:5 What two men had a dream the same night and each dream had a meaning of its own? The cupbearer and baker
40:5 What had a meaning of its own? Each dream that the cupbearer and baker had on the same night
40:6 When did Joseph see that the cupbearer and baker were dejected? When Joseph came to them the next morning (after they each had a dream)
40:6 Who were dejected? The cupbearer and baker
40:7 Who were in custody with Joseph in his master’s house? The cupbearer and baker
40:7 (sit) who to who “Why are your faces so sad today?” Joseph to the cupbearer and baker
40:7 Whose faces were sad? The cupbearer and baker
40:7 Why were the cupbearer and baker sad? Because they both had dreams but there was no one to interpret them
40:8 (sit) who to who “We both had dreams, but there is no one to interpret them.” The cupbearer and baker to Joseph
40:8 (sit) who to who “Do not interpretations belong to God?” Joseph to cupbearer and baker
40:8 (sit) who to who “Tell me your dreams.” Joseph to cupbearer and baker
40:8 To whom do interpretations belong? God
40:9 (sit) who to who? “In my dream I saw a vine in front of me, and on the vine were three branches.” The chief cupbearer said this to Joseph
40:9 Who saw a vine in front of him in a dream? The chief cupbearer
40:10 How many branches were on the vine that the chief cupbearer saw in his dream? Three
40:10 (sit) who to who? “As soon as it budded, it blossomed, and its clusters ripened into grapes.” The chief cupbearer to Joseph
40:10 What budded, blossomed and its clusters ripened into grapes? The vine that the chief cupbearer saw in his dream
40:10 What ripened? The clusters that had budded and blossomed on the vine that the cupbearer saw in his dream
40:10 What three things happened to the vine that the chief cupbearer saw in his dream? It budded, blossomed and its clusters ripened into grapes
40:11 (sit) who to who? “Pharaoh’s cup was in my hand, and I took the grapes….” Chief cupbearer said it to Joseph
40:11 Whose cup was in the cupbearer’s hand in his dream? Pharaoh’s
40:11 In a dream, who took the grapes, squeezed them into Pharaoh’s cup and put the cup in Pharaoh’s hand? The chief cupbearer
40:11 What did the cupbearer do when Pharaoh’s cup was in his hand in his dream? He took the grapes, squeezed them into Pharaoh’s cup and put the cup in Pharaoh’s hand
40:11 Into whose hand did the cupbearer put the cup after he had squeezed the grapes in his dream? Pharaoh’s
40:11 What was squeezed by the cupbearer in his dream? The grapes
40:11 Into what did the cupbearer squeeze the grapes in his dream? Into Pharaoh’s cup
40:12 (sit) who to who? “The three branches are three days.” Joseph to the chief cupbearer
40:12 What did the three branches represent in the cupbearers dream? Three days
40:13 (sit) who to who? “Within three days Pharaoh will lift up your head and restore you to your position…” Joseph to the chief cupbearer
40:13 Who will Pharaoh restore to his position in three days? The chief cupbearer
40:13 Who will put Pharaoh’s cup in Pharaoh’s hand just as he used to do? The chief cupbearer
40:14 (sit) who to who? “But when all goes well with you, remember me and show me kindness.” Joseph to the chief cupbearer
40:14 Who asked to be remembered when all goes well with the chief cupbearer? Joseph
40:14 What did Joseph ask the chief cupbearer to do for him when all goes well for the cupbearer? Remember Joseph and show him kindness; mention Joseph to Pharaoh and get him out of prison
40:14 (sit) who to who “Mention me to Pharaoh and get me out of this prison.” Joseph to the chief cupbearer
40:14 Who did Joseph ask the cupbearer to mention him to? Pharaoh
40:15 (sit) who to who “For I was forcibly carried off from the land of the Hebrews…” Joseph to the chief cupbearer
40:15 Who was forcibly carried off from the land of the Hebrews? Joseph
40:15 How was Joseph carried off from the land of the Hebrews? Forcibly
40:15 Who did nothing to deserve being put in a dungeon? Joseph
40:15 What did Joseph not deserve? Being put in a dungeon
40:15 From what land was Joseph forcibly carried off? The land of the Hebrews
40:15 In what land had Joseph done nothing to deserve being put in a dungeon? The land of Egypt
40:16 Who saw that Joseph had given a favorable interpretation? The chief baker
40:16 Who had given a favorable interpretation? Joseph
40:16 What kind of interpretation did the chief baker see that Joseph had given to the cupbearer’s dream? A favorable one
40:16 (sit) who to who? “I too had a dream:” Chief baker to Joseph
40:16 (sit) who to who? “On my head were three baskets of bread.” Chief baker to Joseph
40:16 What were on the baker’s head in his dream? Three baskets of bread
40:16 How many baskets were on the baker’s head in his dream? Three
40:16 (fn) What could also be interpreted as three wicker baskets? The three baskets that were on the chief baker’s head in his dream
40:17 (sit) who to who “In the top basket were all kinds of baked goods for Pharaoh…” Chief baker to Joseph
40:17 In what basket were all kinds of baked goods for Pharaoh? In the top basket of the three baskets of bread that were on the baker’s head in his dream
40:17 What was in the top basket on the baker’s head in his dream? All kinds of baked goods for Pharaoh
40:17 What were eating the baked goods out of the basket on the baker’s head in his dream? The birds
40:17 What were the birds eating out of the basket in the baker’s dream? The baked goods for Pharaoh
40:18 (sit) who to who “The three baskets are three days.” Joseph to the chief baker
40:18 What did the three baskets represent on the baker’s head? Three days
40:19 (sit) who to who “Within three days Pharaoh will lift off your head and hang you on a tree.” Joseph to the chief baker
40:19 (sit) who to who “And the birds will eat away your flesh.” Joseph to the chief baker
40:19 Who will Pharaoh hang on a tree? The chief baker
40:19 On what will Pharaoh hang the chief baker? On a tree
40:19 (fn) What is another interpretation for “hang you on a tree?” Impale you on a pole
40:19 What will eat away the flesh of the baker? The birds
40:19 What will the birds eat away of the baker? The baker’s flesh
40:20 On what day was Pharaoh’s birthday? The third day
40:20 What was on the third day after the dreams of the cupbearer and baker? Pharaoh’s birthday
40:20 What did Pharaoh give on his birthday? A feast for all his officials
40:20 On what day did Pharaoh give a feast for all his officials? On his (Pharaoh’s) birthday
40:20 For whom did Pharaoh give a feast on his birthday? All his officials
40:20 Whose heads were lifted up by Pharaoh in the presence of his officials? The heads of the chief cupbearer and the chief baker
40:20 In whose presence did Pharaoh lift up the heads of the chief cupbearer and the chief baker? In the presence of his (Pharaoh’s) officials
40:21 Who restored the chief cupbearer to his position? Pharaoh
40:21 To what did Pharaoh restore the chief cupbearer? To his position (as cupbearer)
40:21 What did the cupbearer once again put into Pharaoh’s hand? The cup
40:22 Who hanged the chief baker? Pharaoh
40:22 Just as Joseph had said in his interpretation, what did Pharaoh do to the chief baker? Hanged him
40:22 (fn)What is another word for hanged? Impaled
40:23 Who forgot Joseph? The chief cupbearer
40:23 Who did not remember Joseph but forgot him? The chief cupbearer
40:23 The chief cupbearer, however, did what for Joseph when he got out of prison? Forgot him
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