Genesis 40

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1 At nangyari, na pagkatapos ng mga bagay na ito, na ang katiwala ng saro ng hari sa Egipto at ang kaniyang magtitinapay ay nangagkasala laban sa kanilang panginoon na hari sa Egipto.

2 At naginit si Faraon laban sa kaniyang dalawang tagapamahala, sa puno ng mga katiwala ng saro at sa puno ng mga magtitinapay.

3 At pinagpipiit sa bilangguan, sa bahay ng kapitan ng bantay, sa bilangguang kinabibilangguan ni Jose.

4 At ibinigay ng kapitan ng bantay kay Jose ang pamamahala sa kanila at pinaglingkuran niya sila: at sila'y natirang kaunting panahon sa bilangguan.

5 At ang katiwala at ang magtitinapay ng hari sa Egipto na nangabibilango sa bilangguan, ay kapuwa nanaginip ng kanikaniyang panaginip sa isang gabi, na bawa't isa ayon sa paliwanag ng kanikaniyang panaginip.

6 At pinaroonan sila ni Jose sa kinaumagahan, at sila'y tiningnan, at, narito, sila'y mapanglaw.

7 At kaniyang tinanong ang mga tagapamahala ni Faraon, na mga kasama niya sa bilangguan sa bahay ng kaniyang panginoon, na sinasabi, Bakit kayo'y mapanglaw ngayon?

8 At kanilang sinabi sa kaniya, Kami ay nanaginip ng panaginip, at walang sinomang makapagpaliwanag. At sinabi sa kanila ni Jose, Hindi ba ukol sa Dios ang mga paliwanag? Isinasamo ko sa inyo, na inyong saysayin sa akin.

9 At sinaysay ng puno ng mga katiwala ng saro kay Jose ang kaniyang panaginip, at nagsabi sa kaniya, Sa aking panaginip, narito, ang isang puno ng ubas ay nasa harap ko;

10 At sa puno ng ubas, ay may tatlong sanga: at yao'y pawang sumupling, na namulaklak, at ang mga buwig niyaon, ay nangagtaglay ng mga ubas na hinog.

11 At ang saro ni Faraon ay nasa aking kamay; at kumuha ako ng mga ubas at aking pinagpipiga sa saro ni Faraon, at ibinigay ko ang saro sa kamay ni Faraon.

12 At sinabi ni Jose sa kaniya, Ito ang kapaliwanagan niyaon, ang tatlong sanga ay tatlong araw;

13 Sa loob ng tatlong araw ay ititindig ni Faraon ang iyong ulo, at isasauli ka sa iyong katungkulan: at ibibigay mo ang saro ni Faraon sa kaniyang kamay, na gaya ng karaniwang ginagawa mong dati ng ikaw ay kaniyang katiwala.

14 Datapuwa't alalahanin mo ako kung ikaw ay mapabuti na, at isinasamo ko sa iyo, na pagpakitaan mo ako ng kagandahang loob, at banggitin mo ako kay Faraon, at ako'y alisin mo sa bahay na ito:

15 Sapagka't ako'y tunay na ninakaw sa lupain ng mga Hebreo: at dito naman ay wala akong ginawang anoman, upang ako'y ilagay nila sa bilangguan.

16 Nang makita ng puno ng mga magtitinapay, na mabuti ang kapaliwanagan ay nagsabi kay Jose, Ako'y nanaginip din, at narito, tatlong bakol ng tinapay na mabuti ay nasa ibabaw ng aking ulo:

17 At sa kaibaibabawan ng bakol ay mayroon ng lahat na sarisaring pagkaing niluto para kay Faraon; at kinakain ng mga ibon sa bakol na nasa ibabaw ng aking ulo.

18 At si Jose ay sumagot, at nagsabi, Ito ang kapaliwanagan niyaon; ang tatlong bakol, ay tatlong araw;

19 Sa loob ng tatlo pang araw ay itataas ni Faraon ang iyong ulo, at ibibitin ka sa isang punong kahoy; at kakanin ng mga ibon ang iyong laman.

20 At nangyari nang ikatlong araw, na siyang kapanganakan kay Faraon, na gumawa siya ng isang piging sa lahat ng kaniyang lingkod: at itinindig niya ang ulo ng puno ng mga katiwala ng saro, at ang ulo ng puno ng mga magtitinapay.

21 At ibinalik niya ang puno ng mga katiwala ng saro sa kaniyang pagkakatiwala ng saro; at ibinigay niya ang saro sa kamay ni Faraon:

22 Datapuwa't ang puno ng mga magtitinapay, ay ibinitin sa isang puno ng kahoy: gaya ng ipinaliwanag sa kanila ni Jose.

23 Gayon ma'y hindi na naalaala si Jose ng puno ng mga katiwala ng saro, kundi nalimutan siya.

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5076. That they sinned' means that order had become turned around. This is clear from the meaning of 'sinning' as acting contrary to Divine order, anything whatever contrary to that order being sin. Essentially, Divine order is Divine Truth grounded in Divine Good; and this order exists with everyone whose truth is grounded in good, that is, whose faith is grounded in charity, truth being the essence of faith and good the essence of charity. But everyone acts contrary to that order whose truth is not grounded in good, consequently whose truth or else falsity is grounded in evil. Nothing else than this is meant by sin. Here 'they sinned' - the cupbearer and the baker - means that the order in which the external senses existed in relation to interior things had become turned around, so that the former were not in accord or did not agree with the latter.

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