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“What distinguishes this book on the life of Joseph from others is its practicality.” —Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer, Pastor Emeritus, The Moody Church, Chicago
The life of Joseph is filled with precious truths. From his initial strange dreams to the continual attempts to seduce him by Potiphar’s unfaithful wife, from being thrown in jail as an accused sexual predator to his divinely assisted interpretations of the bizarre dreams of the butler, the baker, and Pharaoh—all carry amazing truths that will comfort, encourage, and thrill the godly soul.
And how we need comfort in these dark days. Most of us can identify with the trial and tribulations of Joseph. We are flying high in April, and we’re shot down in May. Every day has a fresh curveball to the head: the unexpected job loss, bills that come from nowhere, sickness, financial problems, the neighbor’s barking dog, the car that breaks down. Then there’s the bees that sting, the mosquito that bites, and fleas, ticks, and biting mites. It seems that the whole world has conspired to plague us and make life miserable. And it certainly would be miserable if we missed the great life lessons we learn from a young man whose life was as colorful as his famous coat.
This book was written for such a time as this…