Genesis 41

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Tagalog: Ang Dating Biblia (1905)     

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1 At nangyari, sa katapusan ng dalawang taong ganap, na si Faraon ay nanaginip: at, narito, na siya'y nakatayo sa tabi ng ilog.

2 At, narito may nagsiahon sa ilog na pitong bakang magagandang anyo at matatabang laman; at nanginain sa talahiban.

3 At, narito, na ibang pitong baka, na nagsiahon sa ilog na nasa likuran nila, mga pangit na anyo, at payat; at nagsihinto roon sa tabi ng mga unang baka, sa tabi ng ilog.

4 At ang pitong bakang magagandang anyo at matataba, ay nilamon ng mga bakang pangit ang anyo at payat. Sa gayo'y nagising si Faraon.

5 At siya'y natulog at nanaginip na bilang ikalawa; at, narito may sumupling na pitong uhay na mabibintog at mabubuti, na may isa lamang tangkay.

6 At, narito, may pitong uhay na payat at tinutuyo ng hanging silanganan, na nagsitubong kasunod ng mga yaon.

7 At nilamon ng mga uhay na payat ang pitong uhay na mabibintog at malulusog. At nagising si Faraon, at, narito, isang panaginip.

8 At nangyari, sa kinaumagahan, na ang kaniyang diwa ay nagulumihanan at siya'y nagsugo at kaniyang ipinatawag ang lahat ng mago sa Egipto, at ang lahat ng pantas doon: at isinaysay ni Faraon sa kanila ang kaniyang panaginip: datapuwa't walang makapagpaliwanag kay Faraon.

9 Nang magkagayo'y nagsalita ang puno ng mga katiwala kay Faraon, na sinasabi, Naaalaala ko sa araw na ito ang aking mga sala:

10 Nguni't si Faraon laban sa kaniyang mga alila, at ibinilanggo ako sa bahay ng kapitan ng bantay, ako at ang puno ng mga magtitinapay.

11 At nanaginip kami ng panaginip sa isang gabi, ako at siya: kami ay kapuwa nanaginip ayon sa kapaliwanagan ng panaginip ng isa't isa sa amin.

12 At nandoong kasama namin ang isang binata, isang Hebreo, na alipin ng kapitan ng bantay; at siya naming pinagsaysayan, at kaniyang ipinaliwanag sa amin ang aming panaginip; ipinaliwanag niya ayon sa panaginip ng bawat isa sa amin.

13 At nangyari, na kung paano ang kaniyang pagkapaliwanag sa amin, ay nagkagayon; ako'y pinabalik sa aking katungkulan, at ipinabitin ang isa.

14 Nang magkagayo'y nagsugo si Faraon at ipinatawag si Jose, at siya'y inilabas na madalian sa bilangguan: siya'y nagahit at nagbihis ng suot, at naparoon kay Faraon.

15 At sinabi ni Faraon kay Jose, Ako'y nanaginip ng isang panaginip, at walang makapagpaliwanag: at nabalitaan kita, na pagkarinig mo ng isang panaginip ay naipaliwanag mo.

16 At sumagot si Jose kay Faraon, na sinasabi, Wala sa akin; Dios ang magbibigay ng sagot sa kapayapaan kay Faraon.

17 At sinalita ni Faraon kay Jose, Sa aking panaginip ay narito, nakatayo ako sa tabi ng ilog:

18 At, narito, may nagsiahon sa ilog na pitong bakang matatabang laman at magagandang anyo, at nanginain sa talahiban:

19 At, narito, may ibang pitong baka na nagsiahon sa likuran nila, mga payat, at napakapangit ang anyo, at payat na kailan ma'y hindi ako nakakita sa buong lupain ng Egipto ng ibang kawangis ng mga yaon sa kapangitan.

20 At kinain ng mga bakang payat at pangit, ang pitong nauunang bakang matataba:

21 At nang kanilang makain, ay hindi man lamang maalaman na sila'y kanilang nakain; kundi ang kanilang anyo ay pangit ding gaya ng una. Sa gayo'y nagising ako.

22 At nakakita ako sa aking panaginip, at, narito, pitong uhay ay tumataas sa isang tangkay, mapipintog at mabubuti.

23 At, narito, may pitong uhay na lanta, mga pipi at tinutuyo ng hanging silanganan na nagsitaas na kasunod ng mga yaon:

24 At nilamon ng mga uhay na lanta ang pitong uhay na mabubuti: at aking isinaysay sa mga mago: datapuwa't walang makapagpahayag niyaon sa akin.

25 At sinabi ni Jose kay Faraon, Ang panaginip ni Faraon ay iisa; ang gagawin ng Dios ay ipinahayag kay Faraon:

26 Ang pitong bakang mabubuti ay pitong taon; at ang pitong uhay na mabubuti ay pitong taon; ang panaginip ay iisa.

27 At ang pitong bakang payat at mga pangit, na nagsiahong kasunod ng mga yaon ay pitong taon, at gayon din ang pitong uhay na tuyo, na pinapaspas ng hanging silanganan; kapuwa magiging pitong taong kagutom.

28 Iyan ang bagay na sinalita ko kay Faraon: ang gagawin ng Dios, ipinaalam kay Faraon.

29 Narito, dumarating ang pitong taong may malaking kasaganaan sa buong lupain ng Egipto;

30 At may dadating, pagkatapos ng mga iyan, na pitong taong kagutom; at malilimutan iyang buong kasaganaan sa lupain ng Egipto; at pupuksain ng kagutom ang lupain;

31 At ang kasaganaan ay hindi malalaman sa lupain, dahil sa kagutom na sumusunod; sapagka't magiging napakahigpit.

32 At kaya't pinagibayo ang panaginip kay Faraon na makalawa, ay sapagka't bagay na itinatag ng Dios, at papangyayarihing madali ng Dios.

33 Ngayon nga'y humanap si Faraon ng isang taong matalino at pantas, at ilagay sa lupain ng Egipto.

34 Gawing ganito ni Faraon, at maglagay ng mga tagapamahala sa lupain, na paglimahing bahagi ang lupain ng Egipto sa loob ng pitong taon ng kasaganaan.

35 At kanilang tipunin ang lahat ng pagkain nitong mabubuting taon na dumarating, at magkamalig ng trigo sa kapangyarihan ng kamay ni Faraon, na pinakapagkain sa mga bayan at ingatan.

36 At ang pagkain ay kamaligin na itaan sa lupain sa pitong taong kagutom na mangyayari sa lupain ng Egipto; upang huwag mapuksa ang lupain sa kagutom.

37 At ang bagay ay minabuti ng mga mata ni Faraon, at ng mga mata ng kaniyang mga lingkod.

38 At sinabi ni Faraon sa kaniyang mga lingkod, Makakasumpong kaya tayo ng isang gaya nito, na taong kinakasihan ng espiritu ng Dios?

39 At sinabi ni Faraon kay Jose, Yamang ipinabatid sa iyo ng Dios: ang lahat ng ito, ay walang matalino o pantas na gaya mo:

40 Ikaw ay magpupuno sa aking bahay, at ayon sa iyong salita ay pamamahalaan mo ang aking buong bayan: sa luklukang hari lamang magiging mataas ako sa iyo.

41 At sinabi ni Faraon kay Jose, Tingnan mo, ikaw ay inilagay ko sa buong lupain ng Egipto.

42 At inalis ni Faraon sa kamay niya ang kaniyang tandang singsing at inilagay sa kamay ni Jose, at siya'y sinuutan ng magandang lino at nilagyan siya ng isang kuwintas na ginto sa palibot ng kaniyang leeg;

43 At siya'y pinasakay niya sa ikalawang karro na tinatangkilik ni Faraon at isinisigaw sa unahan niya. Lumuhod kayo: at inihalal siya na puno sa buong lupain ng Egipto.

44 At sinabi ni Faraon kay Jose, Ako'y si Faraon, at kung wala ka ay hindi magtataas ang sinomang tao ng kaniyang kamay o ng kaniyang paa sa buong lupain ng Egipto.

45 At pinanganlan ni Faraon si Jose na Zaphnath-paanea, at ibinigay na asawa sa kaniya si Asenath, na anak ni Potiphera, na saserdote sa On. At lumabas si Jose, sa lupain ng Egipto.

46 At si Jose ay may tatlong pung taon nang tumayo sa harap ni Faraon na hari sa Egipto. At si Jose ay umalis sa harap ni Faraon, at nilibot ang buong lupain ng Egipto.

47 At sa pitong taong sagana ay nagdulot ang lupa ng sagana.

48 At tinipon ni Jose ang lahat na pagkain sa pitong taon na tinamo sa lupain ng Egipto: at inimbak ang nangasabing pagkain sa mga bayan; na ang pagkain sa bukid na nasa palibot ng bawa't bayan ay inimbak sa bawa't kinauukulan ding bayan.

49 At si Jose ay nagkamalig ng trigo na parang buhangin sa dagat, na napakarami hanggang sa hindi nabilang; sapagka't walang bilang.

50 At bago dumating ang taong kagutom ay ipinanganak kay Jose ang dalawang lalake, na ipinanganak sa kaniya ni Asenath na anak ni Potiphera, na saserdote sa On.

51 At tinawag ni Jose ang pangalan ng panganay na Manases, sapagka't aniya'y, Ipinalimot ng Dios sa akin ang lahat ng aking kapagalan at ang buong bahay ng aking ama.

52 At ang ipinangalan sa ikalawa ay Ephraim: Sapagka't ako'y pinalago ng Dios sa lupain ng aking kadalamhatian.

53 At ang pitong taon ng kasaganaan na nagkaroon sa lupain ng Egipto ay natapos.

54 At ang pitong taon ng kagutom ay nagpasimulang dumating, ayon sa sinabi ni Jose: at nagkagutom sa lahat ng lupain; datapuwa't sa buong lupain ng Egipto ay may tinapay.

55 At nang ang buong lupain ng Egipto ay magutom, ay dumaing ng tinapay ang bayan kay Faraon: at sinabi ni Faraon sa lahat ng mga Egipcio, Pumaroon kayo kay Jose; ang kaniyang sabihin sa inyo ay inyong gawin.

56 At ang kagutom ay nasa ibabaw ng buong lupa: at binuksan ni Jose ang lahat ng kamalig at nagbili sa mga Egipcio; at lumala ang kagutom sa lupain ng Egipto.

57 At lahat ng mga taga ibang lupain ay nagsiparoon kay Jose upang magsibili ng trigo; sapagka't lumala ang kagutom sa buong lupa.

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