“Behold, this dreamer cometh,” said Joseph’s envious brethren, when they saw him afar off; “we shall see what will become of his dreams!” They conspired to slay him; they sold him into slavery. Yet the day was to come when they stood trembling before him, and when he freely forgave them and royally entertained them. We can never afford to despise or deride dreams, because they are what men live by; they come true; they bring a great deliverance with them.
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