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Why I’m Glad God Chose Joseph for the first Christmas

Joseph, Jesus, and the Key to Your Choices: Genesis 49:22-26

To see the previous post from Genesis, go to Can God Use a Sinner Like You, or Like Me? Joseph is a fruitful vine, a fruitful vine near a spring, whose branches climb over a wall. With bitterness… Read More

9/11 and the Coming Election: Genesis 47:1-6

To read the last post on Genesis, go to Ready to Die. Read Genesis 47:1-6 Joseph’s family are now with him in Egypt, and while that’s good, he still has a big frog to swallow. He has to… Read More

What Does God Want? Genesis Chapter 44

To read the last post on Genesis click on Starving But Afraid to Return: Genesis 43. Read Genesis 44 In our last post we left Joseph’s brothers feasting and drinking freely with Joseph. After the end of chapter… Read More

Help in Times of Famine: Genesis 42:1-2

Read Genesis 42:1-2 Last post on Genesis we saw what happened to Joseph after Pharaoh heard him interpret his dreams. We also examined how Joseph determined direction for the nation of Egypt and how you can determine direction… Read More

God, Joseph, and Direction: Genesis 41:41-57

Read Genesis 41:41-57 In our last post on Genesis we saw how Joseph, after living faithfully through all kinds of hardships: betrayal by his family, slavery, false accusation, and ten years in a dungeon, was ultimately raised up,… Read More

God, Fire, and Interpretation: Genesis 40:1-8

Read Genesis 40:1-8 In the last post on Genesis, we saw how Joseph, a young man, in the prime of his life and possessing all the desires young men in their prime possess, somehow avoided succumbing to the… Read More

Joseph’s 5 Steps to Avoid Temptation: Genesis 39:6-23

Read Genesis 39:6-23 In our last post on Genesis, we looked at Joseph’s seduction in light of Joseph’s fidelity — to God. (See previous post on Joseph’s Seduction) Today we’ll look at the same story, but we’ll focus… Read More

Joseph’s Seduction: Genesis 39:6-23

In our last post on Genesis, we saw, though Joseph began as a lowly seventeen year old slave boy, he rose rapidly to prominence in Potiphar’s household. And we explored the four steps Joseph took to get there…. Read More

Max Lucado Country Music Song: Story of Joseph

Has it ever occurred to you the story of Joseph sounds like a country music song? Apparently it did to Max Lucado…

Glass Repair Man Rescues Five From Austin IRS Building Fire/Plane Crash

So Robin Dehaven is driving his glass repair truck in Austin, Texas in the vicinity of the IRS building when he sees a small plane flying low, coming in for an approach to a runway, only problem —… Read More

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