"An answer of peace"

When Pharaoh was deeply troubled over baffling dreams which his soothsayers could not interpret, he sent for Joseph, a young Hebrew who had been imprisoned on a false charge. During his prison years, Joseph had been so spiritually active that he could say confidently to Pharaoh, "It is not in me: God shall give Pharaoh an answer of peace." Gen. 41:16;

God revealed to Joseph's receptive thought not only the interpretation of the dream but also a solution for the national emergency it foretold. This solution, put into action, spared Egypt from suffering during seven years of famine; it gave Joseph a position of responsibility; and it eventually saved his own people from starvation and reunited him with his family. Truly there is no limit to the extent of blessing and protection afforded by "an answer of peace" from divine Mind!

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