Time flies by. One day, the king’s baker and his Cupbearer offend him.
This angers Pharaoh, the king of Egypt; their master. He puts them in the custody of the commander of his guards. This is the same prison where Joseph is lodged.
The commander entrusts the king’s officials with Joseph. He has to fulfill their wants. They remain in custody for some time.
One day, the two of them see a Dream. It holds a special meaning for each of them.
Joseph comes to them in the morning and sees that they are sad. He inquires to them about it. They tell him that they had a dream at night. And there is no one to interpret it. Joseph tells them that interpretations come from God. He then asks them to describe their dreams.
The cupbearer begins. He dreams about a vine. Three of its branches bud and blossom. Within no time, there appear ripe grapes on them.
He also sees that he is having Pharaoh’s cup with him. In his dream, he takes the grapes and squeezes them into the cup. Then he puts it into the king’s hand.
The three branches are three days; Joseph informs him. Within three days, Pharaoh will give him his job back. And he will give Pharaoh his cup as earlier.
Joseph wants the cupbearer to remember him when everything works well for him.
Certain people kidnapped him from Hebrews. Even here, he hasn’t done anything to deserve a prison.
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