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Lesson 230: The Butler And The Baker

Updated: Mar 18

Gen. 40


Full Lesson HERE



INTRODUCTION. One day Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, became angry with his butler and

baker and put them in prison where Joseph was confined. The prison keeper placed Joseph in charge of the king's two servants.


After the butler and baker had been in prison for a while, they each had a dream one night. When morning came, they were sad because they did not know the meaning of their dreams. Joseph told them that interpretations belong to God and then proceeded to tell them the meaning of their dreams. Joseph's interpretations for both men came to pass-the butler was restored to his position in Pharaoh's service, and the baker lost his life.

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