Genesis 40:9

Genesis 40:9

And the chief butler told his dream to Joseph
He listened to what Joseph said, and paid a regard to it, and began to think he might be able to interpret his dream, and therefore was forward, and the first to tell him it at once; whereas the chief baker did not seem disposed to do it, until he observed the good interpretation given of the butler's dream, ( Genesis 40:16 ) : and said unto him, in my dream, behold, a vine [was] before me;
it appeared to him in his dream, as if a vine sprung up at once, and stood before him; which was very suitable to his office as a butler, wine being the fruit of the vine, which he provided for the king his master, and presented to him at table.

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