haYashar Jasher 46
:In those days Yoseph (3130) was still confined in the prison house in the land of Mits'rayim (4714).
:At that time the attendants of Pharaoh were standing before him, the chief of the butlers and the chief of the bakers which belonged to the one reigning of Mits'rayim (4714).
:And the butler took wine and placed it before the one reigning to drink, and the baker placed bread before the one reigning to eat, and the one reigning drank of the wine and ate of the bread, he and his servants and ministers that ate at the table of the one reigning.
:And whilst they were eating and drinking, the butler and the baker remained there, and Pharaoh's ministers found many flies in the wine, which the butler had brought, and stones of nitre were found in the baker's bread.
:And the captain of the guard placed Yoseph (3130) as an attendant on Pharaoh's officers, and Pharaoh's officers were in confinement one year.
:And at the end of the year, they both dreamed dreams in one night, in the place of confinement where they were, and in the morning Yoseph (3130) came to them to attend upon them as usual, and he saw them, and behold their countenances were dejected and sad.
:And Yoseph (3130) asked them, Why are your countenances sad and dejected this day? and they said unto him, We dreamed a dream, and there is no one to interpret it; and Yoseph (3130) said unto them, Relate, I pray you, your dream unto me, and Elohim (430) shall give you an answer of peace as you desire.
:And the butler related his dream unto Yoseph (3130), and he said, I saw in my dream, and behold a large vine was before me, and upon that vine I saw three branches, and the vine speedily blossomed and reached a great height, and its clusters were ripened and became grapes.
:And I took the grapes and pressed them in a cup, and placed it in Pharaoh's hand and he drank; and Yoseph (3130) said unto him, The three branches that were upon the vine are three days.
:Yet within three days, the one reigning will order thee to be brought out and he will restore thee to thy office, and thou shalt give the one reigning his wine to drink as at first when thou wast his butler; but let me find favor in thy sight, that thou shalt remember me to Pharaoh when it will be well with thee, and do kindness unto me, and get me brought forth from this prison, for I was stolen away from the land of K'na'an (3667) and was sold for a slave in this place.
:And also that which was told thee concerning my master's wife is false, for they placed me in this dungeon for naught; and the butler answered Yoseph (3130), saying, If the one reigning deal well with me as at first, as thou last interpreted to me, I will do all that thou desirest, and get thee brought out of this dungeon.
:And the baker, seeing that Yoseph (3130) had accurately interpreted the butler's dream, also approached, and related the whole of his dream to Yoseph (3130).
:And he said unto him, In my dream I saw and behold three white baskets upon my head, and I looked, and behold there were in the upper-most basket all manner of baked meats for Pharaoh, and behold the birds were eating them from off my head.
:And Yoseph (3130) said unto him, The three baskets which thou didst see are three days, yet within three days Pharaoh will take off thy head, and hang thee upon a tree, and the birds will eat thy flesh from off thee, as thou sawest in thy dream.
:In those days the queen was about to be delivered, and upon that day she bare a son unto the one reigning of Mits'rayim (4714), and they proclaimed that the one reigning had gotten his first born son and all the people of Mits'rayim (4714) together with the officers and servants of Pharaoh rejoiced greatly.
:And upon the third day of his birth Pharaoh made a feast for his officers and servants, for the hosts of the land of Tos'ar and of the land of Mits'rayim (4714).
:And all the people of Mits'rayim (4714) and the servants of Pharaoh came to eat and drink with the one reigning at the feast of his son, and to rejoice at the one reigning's rejoicing.
:And all the officers of the one reigning and his servants were rejoicing at that time for eight days at the feast, and they made merry with all sorts of musical instruments, with timbrels and with dances in the one reigning's house for eight days.
:And the butler, to whom Yoseph (3130) had interpreted his dream, forgot Yoseph (3130), and he did not mention him to the one reigning as he had promised, for this thing was from Y'hovah (3068) Elohim (430) in order to punish Yoseph (3130) because he had trusted in man.
:And Yoseph (3130) remained after this in the prison house two years, until he had completed twelve years.
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