The Clc: Life of Joseph (Christian Living Classics: Bible Character Series)
"F.B. Meyer's devotional studies on biblical characters reflect a rare depth of spiritual experience. These great figures were not so different from ourselves--sometimes weak, indifferent, willful. Yet they had their moments of faith, humility, and courage, and God was able...
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"F.B. Meyer's devotional studies on biblical characters reflect a rare depth of spiritual experience. These great figures were not so different from ourselves--sometimes weak, indifferent, willful. Yet they had their moments of faith, humility, and courage, and God was able to use these for His greater purposes. God's faithfulness, which not only accepts but transforms such inconsistency, calls us to more effective Christian living.
1. Early Days^2. The Pit^3. In The House Of Potiphar^4. The Secret Of Purity^5. Misunderstood And Imprisoned^6. The Steps Of The Throne^7. Joseph's First Interview With His Breathren^8. Joseph's Second Interview With His Brethren^9. Joseph's Making Himself Know^10. Joseph's Administration of Egypt^11. Joseph's Father^12. Joseph At The Deathbed Of Jacob^13. The Secret Of Fruitfulness^14. The Secret Of Strength^15. The Secret Of Blessedness^16. Joseph's Last Days And Death p. 141^
The life of Joseph is the exquisite story of one man who, though deeply wronged, rose from the darkest of pits to vice-regal power. His life holds a special charm, not only for its intrinsic beauty but also because of its vivid foreshadowing of the life of Jesus Christ. There are scenes in Joseph's life that provide a stunning rehearsal of the greatest drama ever enacted among men: He who was cast into the pit of death now sits at the right hand of God, a Prince and Savior.
F B Meyer (1847-1929) born in London of German ancestry, he graduated from London University and completed theological training at Regent's Park College. Meyer was a popular convention speaker at Northfield in the United States, Keswick, England and Portstewart, Northern Ireland. Meyer was a man with a compassionate heart, prolific pen and graceful style. His writings are still widely read including Christ in Isaiah, Joseph: Loved, Despised, and Exalted, and in particular his Pulpit Legend Series and Classic Portrait series.-Editorial Review.
Lance Wubbels is presently the Vice President of Literary Development at Koechel Peterson and Associates. For the previous eighteen years, he worked as the Managing Editor of Bethany House Publishers as well as a teacher at Bethany College of Missions. A naturally gifted storyteller, Wubbels is the author of seven fiction books with Bethany House Publishers. His daily devotional, In His Presence, won the 1999 Gold Medallion Award from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. He and his family make their home in Bloomington, Minnesota.