Yup, Joseph had two dreams about his future, the baker and butler he met while in prison had a dream each, and finally, Pharaoh had two dreams about famine.

So, God used these dreams to push Joseph into position to preserve his brothers when they were in need of food.  There was a bittersweet reunion as the guilty ruffians feared for their lives, but Joseph helped them to see God had turned everything to good.  The family moved to Egypt, and there, Jacob blessed his sons before he died.  The blessing of interest, concerning the Messiah, was given to Judah.  How was this promise worded?

-Thy seed shall be as the stars of heaven.-

-Thy seed shall be as the sand of the sea shore.-

-The scepter shall not depart from Judah until Shiloh come.-

-Both choices A and B-