The chief butler said to Pharaoh, ''I remeber my faults today...'' 'Faults refers to ...
QuestionThe chief butler said to Pharaoh, ''I remeber my faults today...'' 'Faults refers to his
The correct answer is A.
In this question, we have a reference to a story in the Bible where the chief butler said to Pharaoh, ''I remember my faults today...'' The question is asking us to identify what the chief butler meant by "faults".
The options given are:
A. forgetting the young Hebrew who interpreted his dream correctly while in prison (Correct)
B. inability to identify competent magicians, wise men, and interpreters of dreams
C. sins before he was imprisoned by Pharaoh
D. inability to interpret Pharaoh's dream
The correct option is A, which means that the chief butler was referring to his mistake of forgetting the young Hebrew who interpreted his dream correctly while he was in prison.
This story is found in the book of Genesis in the Bible. The chief butler and the chief baker were both imprisoned with Joseph, a young Hebrew who had the ability to interpret dreams. While in prison, they both had dreams that they could not interpret. Joseph interpreted their dreams for them, and his interpretations came true. However, when the chief butler was released from prison and restored to his position in Pharaoh's court, he forgot about Joseph and did not tell Pharaoh about him when Pharaoh had a dream that needed interpretation.
In summary, the chief butler was referring to his mistake of forgetting Joseph, the young Hebrew who had interpreted his dream correctly while he was in prison.
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