The Trouble with Dreams by Lee Ann Lewis

By Lee Ann Lewis

Joseph's skill to interpret desires motives him many difficulties prior to proving to be a present from God.

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To keep this from happening, the brothers hummed soft tunes to the animals. Occasionally someone whistled to a lamb that was wandering, but other than that no one spoke. They walked for hours. By afternoon, the sun was high overhead, and it was getting hot. Unfortunately, the calming tunes intended for the sheep had the same effect on Joseph. He began to get sleepy. The sound of his donkey's sharp hoofs on the stony ground was the only thing that kept him awake. He was tired and bored and hungry.

We were all out binding sheaves of grain, when suddenly my sheaf stood upright. " At first they were silent. Then someone laughed. Now they all laughed, a loud, hateful laugh. Simeon finally spoke. "So, little brother, you actually intend to reign over us? " He stood and bowed his head. "Forgive me. " He threw back his head and roared with laughter. The others also stood and pretended to bow before him. As they left the fire to go to their own tents, their Page 33 laughter rang through the still night air.

Jacob came to Leah at the end of this hard week of work. "Leah, I want you to find me the whitest wool our sheep produced. " Jacob knew that Leah always watched for a sheep that was especially white. When that sheep was taken to be sheared, she made sure its clean wool would not be mixed in with dirty wool from other sheep. This clean, white wool was what Jacob now wanted. Leah didn't question why Jacob wanted the wool. Instead, she went quickly to her tent and brought out a heavy cloth bundle.

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