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1

How did the other brothers feel about Joseph being loved more than they were?

They hated Joseph for it.

2

How did Joseph's dream affect his brothers?

They hated him even more.

3

What happened in Joseph's second dream?

The sun, moon, and 11 stars bowed down to him.

4

Where did Joseph find his brothers?

Dothan.

5

Which of Jacob's sons did not agree with the plan to kill Joseph?

Reuben.

6

What did the brothers do instead of killing Joseph?

They threw him into a cistern.

7

What happened when Joseph's brothers sat down to eat?

A caravan going to Egypt came by.

8

What did the brothers do with Joseph's robe?

They dipped the robe in the blood of a goat.

9

What happened when the brothers gave Jacob the bloody robe?

Jacob said that a ferocious animal had devoured Joseph.

10

What did Jacob do when he thought Joseph had died?

He tore his clothes, put on a sackcloth and mourned for his son.

11

In Egypt, who bought Joseph?

One of Pharaoh's official, the captain of the guard, and Potiphar.

12

What happened when Joseph was 17 years old?

He brought his father a bad report about his brothers.

13

What did Joseph have that his brothers did not have?

An ornate robe.

14

Why was Joseph the favorite son of Jacob?

He was born to Jacob in his old age.

15

Why was Joseph the favorite son of Jacob?

He was born to Jacob in his old age.

16

What did Joseph tell his brothers which made them jealous and hate him?

He told about a dream in which their sheaves bowed down to his sheaf of grain.

17

Why did Jacob send Joseph to Shechem?

To check on his brothers and the flocks

18

What did Joseph's brothers plan to do to him?

Kill him, throw him into a cistern, and say a ferocious animal devoured him.

19

What did Joseph's brothers do to him?

They sold him to the Ishmaelites (Midianites) for 20 shekels of silver.

20

How did Jacob react to the news about Joseph?

He believed Joseph was torn to pieces by an animal; he refused to be comforted; he said he would continue to mourn to the grave.