Joseph interprets Pharaoh’s dreams (1886 BC)
Joseph interpreted Pharaoh’s dreams and advised him to prepare for a famine.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Interpret; Interpretation
Interpret; Interpretation[Heb pāṯar (Gen. 40:8), piṯrôn (Gen. 40:12), pēšer (Eccl. 8:1), šeḇer (Jgs. 7:15), mēlîṣ (Gen. 42:23); Aram pešar (Dnl. 2:4; 5:12); Gk. diermēneúō (1 Cor. 12:30), diakrínō (Mt. 16:3), dokimázō (Lk. 12:56), synkrínō (1 Cor. 2:13), hermēneía (1 Cor. 12:10),
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Interpret, Interpreter
INTERPRET, INTERPRETER. The noun “interpreter” (Gr. diermēneutēs, one who explains fully or interprets) is used in the NT only in (1 Cor 14:28. The verb of that root occurs in (1 Cor 12:30; 14:5, 13, 27). In chap. 14 Paul instructs that the speaking in tongues in a church assembly is to occur in an
Key passages
Ge 41:14–36

Then Pharaoh sent and called for Joseph, and they brought him quickly from the prison. And he shaved and changed his clothing, and came to Pharaoh. Then Pharaoh said to Joseph, “I dreamed a dream, but there is none to interpret it. Now, I have heard concerning you that when you hear a dream you …

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