Whisper Day 5: Pharaoh's Dream

Jospeh Interprets Pharaoh's Dream by Adrien Guignet

The Power of a Whisper
Reading Plan

Day 5 Reading: Genesis 41:1-40

Pastor Lisa’s Journal
Scripture
And Pharaoh said to Joseph, “I have had a dream, and there is no one who can interpret it. I have heard it said of you that when you hear a dream you can interpret it.” – Genesis 41:15

Observation
Pharaoh, one of the most powerful leaders in the world, has had two dreams and no one can interpret them. Joseph, who has been jailed for many years, is remembered for his gifts of interpretation. God reveals to Joseph the meaning of the dreams. Joseph warns Pharaoh of the coming famine and provides a plan for the nation to be saved. Pharaoh is so impressed with Joseph that he places him in charge of the undertaking.

Application
God speaks to believers and those yet to believe. When we don’t understand what God is trying to tell us, God uses faith-filled people to help us. We are wise to listen.

Prayer
Fill me, Holy Spirit. Make me humble, discerning and wise. Draw faithful and inspired people to my side to help me know your will. Help me to help others in return. May the words of my mouth be full of your truth and hope. May my actions bring you honor and glory, now and forever. Amen.

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As you read, you are encouraged to use the SOAP Method for keeping a spiritual journal, as taught at New Hope Christian Fellowship in Hawaii. For more information on this simple and powerful way of engaging the Word of God, please click here http://www.lifejournal.cc/ or use the simple instructions provided in the reading plan itself.

I look forward to reading your comments and to all that Jesus will do in you and through you as you learn to better listen and respond to God’s whispers in your life. – Lisa <><

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