Ark of the Covenant - Bible History Online
Bible History Online
Picture Study Bible with Maps and Background Information

Genesis 41:47 And during the seven years of plenty the land brought forth abundantly.

< Genesis 41:46
Genesis 41:48 >

      47. the earth brought forth by handfuls--a singular expression, alluding not only to the luxuriance of the crop, but the practice of the reapers grasping the ears, which alone were cut.

JFB.


Questions Related to this Verse

Where In Scripture Is Corn Called A Product Of Egypt?

Where in scripture does it mention the paternal functions of Government?

Where in Scripture does it talk about the wisdom of Joseph?

Dynamically load content in Bootstrap Modal with AJAX

Select a Chapter

Genesis 41 Images and Notes

Brief Summary: Pharaoh dreams of the kine and the ears, Joseph interprets the dreams, his interpretation reveals seven years of plenty and seven years of famine, he proposes a solution of grain storage throughout the famine, Pharaoh applauds him and makes him ruler of all Egypt, Joseph marries an Egyptian named Asenath, Joseph gathers grain as the sand upon the seashore, Asenath bearish two children Ephraim and Manasseh, Joseph sells grain to the Egyptians and others during the famine.

Outline
1 Pharaoh's two dreams
25 Joseph interprets them
33 Josephe gives Pharaoh counsel
38 Joseph is promoted
50 The birth of Manasseh and Ephraim
53 The famine begins

Quick Reference Map
Map of the Nile River
Map of the Nile River and Egypt

Ancient Customs
chief butler
Pharaoh
Dreams
shaved
changed his raiment
Egyptian magicians
famine
Pharaoh's ring
vestures of fine linen
gold chain about his neck
Egyptian priest of On

Ancient Topics
Hebrew
an answer of peace

Ancient People
Pharaoh, Joseph, butler, Asenath, Manasseh, Ephraim
Zaphnathpaaneah
Potipherah

Geography
Egypt
On (Heliopolis)

The Old Testament

The Old Testament

Genesis Resources

Creation
Adam and Eve
The Flood
The Tower of Babel
Abraham the First Hebrew
Isaac, Son of Promise
Jacob and the 12 Tribes
Joseph and Egypt