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Song of Solomon
Genesis 41:4 MEANING
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And the ill-favored and lean fleshed kine did eat up the seven we favored and fat kine
- without there being any effect to show that they had eaten them (ver. 21).
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary
41:1-8 The means of Joseph's being freed from prison were Pharaoh's dreams, as here related. Now that God no longer speaks to us in that way, it is no matter how little we either heed dreams, or tell them. The telling of foolish dreams can make no better than foolish talk. But these dreams showed that they were sent of God; when he awoke, Pharaoh's spirit was troubled.
Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible
And the ill favoured and leanfleshed kine did eat up the seven well favoured and fat kine,.... So it seemed in the dream as if this was done, was very strange and surprising that animals should devour one another; and especially that tame ones, cows or heifers, should eat those of their own species, which was never known to be done:
so Pharaoh awoke; through surprise at the strange sight he had in his dream.
Courtesy of Open Bible
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