Joseph presents his family to Pharaoh and they are given the land of Goshen. Joseph distributes food during the famine years. Jacob dies.
Pharaoh has a prophetic dream of an upcoming famine. Joseph is called to interpret it. He is made second-in-command of Egypt to set up the famine relief administration.
While in prison, Joseph interprets the dreams of two of Pharaoh’s officials who have been imprisoned for offences. Joseph’s interpretations come true.
Joseph is sold to an Egyptian official and rises through the ranks to become his assistant. The wife make advances and is rebuffed. She claims rape and Joseph is put in prison.