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  • May God give to you, from the dew of heaven and from the fatness of the earth, an abundance of grain and wine. (Genesis 27, 28)

  • Isaac answered: “I have appointed him as your lord, and I have subjugated all his brothers as his servants. I have reinforced him with grain and wine, and after this, my son, what more shall I do for you?” (Genesis 27, 37)

  • While these things were going on, it happened that two eunuchs, the cupbearer of the king of Egypt, and the miller of grain, offended their lord. (Genesis 40, 1)

  • And Pharaoh, being angry with them, (now the one was in charge of the cupbearers, the other of the millers of grain) (Genesis 40, 2)

  • The chief miller of grain, seeing that he had wisely unraveled the dream, said: “I also saw a dream: that I had three baskets of meal above my head, (Genesis 40, 16)

  • The third day thereafter was the birthday of Pharaoh. And making a great feast for his servants, he remembered, during the banquet, the chief cupbearer and the chief miller of grain. (Genesis 40, 20)

  • slept again, and he saw another dream. Seven ears of grain sprung up on one stalk, full and well-formed. (Genesis 41, 5)

  • Likewise, other ears of grain, of the same number, rose up, thin and struck with blight, (Genesis 41, 6)

  • The king, being angry with his servants, ordered me and the chief miller of grain to be forced into the prison of the leader of the military. (Genesis 41, 10)

  • I saw a dream. Seven ears of grain sprang up on one stalk, full and very beautiful. (Genesis 41, 22)

  • The seven beautiful cows, and the seven full ears of grain, are seven years of abundance. And so the force of the dreams is understood to be the same. (Genesis 41, 26)

  • Likewise, the seven thin and emaciated cows, which ascended after them, and the seven thin ears of grain, which were struck with the burning wind, are seven approaching years of famine. (Genesis 41, 27)

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