3 But God came to Abimelech by night in a dreame, & sayde vnto him: Beholde, thou art but a deed man, for the womans sake which thou hast taken, for she is a mans wife.
Genesis 20:3 Cross References - Coverdale
7 Now therfore delyuer the man his wife ageyne, for he is a prophet: and let him pray for ye, and thou shalt lyue. But and yf thou delyuer her not ageyne, be sure, that thou shalt dye the death, and all that is thine.
12 And he dreamed, and beholde, there stode vpon ye earth, a ladder, whose toppe reached vnto the heauen. And beholde, the angels of God wente vp and downe vpon it,
24 But God came vnto Laban the Syrian in a dreame by night, & sayde vnto him: Be warre, that thou speake nothinge to Iacob but good.
5 Ioseph also had once a dreame, and tolde his brethre therof. The hated they him ye more,
9 And he had yet another dreame, which he tolde his brethre, & saide: Beholde, I had yet another dreame: Me thought ye Sonne & ye Moone & eleuen starres made obeisauce to me.
8 They answered: We haue dreamed, and haue no man to declare it vnto vs. Ioseph sayde: Interpretinge belongeth vnto God, but tell it me yet.
1 And after two yeares Pharao had a dreame, how that he stode by a water syde: and beholde, out of the water there came seuen 2 goodly kyne, and fatfleshed, and wente fedinge in the medowe. 3 After these he sawe other seuen kyne come out of the water, which were euell fauoured and leane fleshed, and wente by the kyne vpon ye water syde: 4 and the euell fauoured leene kyne ate vp the seuen goodly and fatt kyne. Then Pharao awaked. 5 And he slepte agayne, and dreamed the seconde tyme. And he sawe that seuen eares of corne grewe vpon one stalke, full and good. 6 Afterwarde he sawe seue thynne and blasted eares come vp, 7 and the seuen thynne eares deuoured the seuen greate and full eares. Then Pharao awaked, and sawe that it was a dreame. 8 And whan it was daye, his sprete was troubled, and he sente out, & caused to call all the soythsayers in Egipte & all the wyse men, and tolde them his dreame. But there was none, that coude tell Pharao the interpretacion of it. 9 Then spake the chefe butlar vnto Pharao, and saide: This daye do I remembre my fawte. 10 Whan Pharao was angrie with his seruauntes, and put me in preson with ye chefe baker in ye chefe marshals house, 11 we dreamed both in one night euery ma his dreame, hauinge his owne interpretacion. 12 Then was there with vs a yonge man an Hebrue, the chefe marshals seruaunt, vnto whom we tolde it, and he declared oure dreames vnto vs, vnto eueryma acordinge to his dreame. 13 And as he declared it vnto vs, so came it to passe. So I was restored vnto myne office, and he was hanged. 14 Then Pharao sent and called for Ioseph and they let him out of the dongeon. And he let himself be shauen, and chaunged his clothes, and came in vnto Pharao. 15 Then saide Pharao vnto him: I haue dreamed a dreame, and there is no man that can interprete it: but I haue herde tell of the, that wha thou hearest a dreame, thou declarest it. 16 Ioseph answered Pharao, and sayde: God shall geue Pharao a prosperous answere, yee well without me. 17 Pharao sayde vnto Ioseph: I dreamed that I stode by a water syde, and beholde, out of the water there came 18 seuen kyne, fatfleshed and goodly, and wente fedinge in ye medowe. 19 And after them I sawe other seue kyne come out, thynne, euell fauoured, and leenfleshed. So euell fauoured sawe I neuer in all the lande of Egipte. 20 And the seuen leene and euell fauoured kyne, ate vp the seuen first fat kyne. 21 And whan they had eate them vp, a man coude not perceaue that they had eaten them, & were as euell fauoured as they were afore. Then I awaked. 22 And I sawe agayne in my dreame seuen eares of corne, growinge vpo one stalke, full and good. 23 Afterwarde there spronge vp seuen wythred eares, thynne and blasted, 24 and the seuen thynne eares deuoured the seuen good eares. And I haue shewed it vnto my soithsayers, but they can tell me nothinge therof. 25 Ioseph answered Pharao: Both Pharaos dreames are one. God sheweth Pharao what he wil do. 26 The seuen good kyne are seuen yeares, and the seuen good eares are seuen yeares also. It is one dreame. 27 The seuen leene and euell fauoured kyne, that came vp after them, are seuen yeares. And the seuen thynne and blasted eares, shalbe seuen yeares of derth. 28 This is now the thinge which I tolde Pharao, that God sheweth Pharao, what he wyll do. 29 Beholde, there shal come seuen yeares wt greate plenteousnes in ye whole lande of Egipte, 30 and after the same there shall come seuen yeares of derth, so that all this plenteousnes shalbe forgotten in ye lande of Egipte: and the derth shall consume the lande, 31 so that the plenteousnes shal not be perceaued in the lande, because of the derth that commeth therafter, for it shall be very greate. 32 Where as Pharao dreamed the seconde tyme, it signifieth that this thinge is surely prepared of God, and that God wil shortly brynge the same to passe. 33 Let Pharao now prouyde for a man of vnderstondinge & wysdome, whom he maye set ouer the lande of Egipte, 34 and se that he ordene officers in the londe, and take ye fifth (parte) of the lande of Egipte in the seuen plenteous yeares, 35 and gather all ye foode yt shal come of the plenteous yeares, that they maye laye vp corne vnder Pharaos power for sustenaunce in the cities, 36 and kepe it, yt there maye be foode founde prepared for the lande in the seuen deare yeares, which shall come vpon the lande of Egipte, that the lande be not destroyed of honger.
15 In dreames and visions of the night season (when slombrynge cometh vpo me, that they fall a slepe in their beddes)
14 He suffred no man to hurte them, but reproued euen kynges for their sakes.
14 Agayne, yff I saye to the wicked: thou shalt surely dye: and so he turne fro his synnes, and do the thinge that is laufull and right: 15 In so moch that the same wicked ma geueth the pledge agayne, restoreth that he had taken awaye by robbery, walketh in the comaundementes off life, and doth no wroge: Then shall he surely lyue, and not dye.
4 And Ionas wente to, and entred in to ye cite: euen a dayes iourney, and cried, sayenge: There are yet xl. dayes, and then shal Niniue be ouerthrowen.
20 Neuertheles whyle he thus thought, beholde, the angell of the LORDE appered vnto him in a dreame, saynge: Ioseph thou sonne of Dauid, feare not to take vnto the Mary thy wyfe. For that which is coceaued in her, is of ye holy goost.
12 And after they were warned of God in a dreame, that they shuld not go ageine to Herod, they returned into their awne countre another waye. 13 When they were departed: beholde, the angell of the LORDE appered to Ioseph in a dreame, sayinge: aryse, and take the chylde and his mother, and flye into Egypte, and abyde there tyll I brynge the worde. For Herod wyl seke the chylde to destroye hym.
19 And wha he sat vpo the iudgmet seate, his wife sent vnto him, sayenge: Haue thou nothinge to do with that righteous man, for I haue suffred many thinges this daye in a dreame because of him.