Gregg Bing - October 7, 2012

In Power Over His Family

Joseph - A Life of Integrity

When the famine hit Canaan, Jacob sent his sons (minus Benjamin) to Egypt to ask for food. When the brothers arrived, Joseph recognized them, but they didn't know him. Here was his opportunity for revenge on them for the cruelty they had show to him. How would Joseph handle it?

From Series: "Joseph - A Life of Integrity"

The life of Joseph, the favored son of the the patriarch Jacob, provides a wonderful example of a life on integrity. Though his life was filled with trials, hardships, and injustices, he trusted in God no matter what his circumstances. He maintained his integrity, living a life that was faithful, honest, and morally upright, so that God could carry out His purpose in Joseph's life.

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