Joseph: A Life of Virtue
The life of Joseph is a classic Old Testament illustration of the biblical principle that “all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose” (Rom. 8:28). We can rest assured that God allows the trials of life to teach us things we would not otherwise learn. The believer’s life is a probation, not a picnic. During trials, we need to learn to trust God and keep in mind that God’s overall purpose is to conform us into the image of Christ Jesus, His Son (Rom. 8:29).
Edition: AK '10
Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
ISBN #: 978-1-59387-109-3
Full Case = 148 copies
W. Ross Rainey was born in Brooklyn, NY, converted at age eight, and is a graduate of Stetson University and Dallas Theological Seminary. Commended to the Lord’s work in North America in 1954, he has over the years been involved in evangelism, Bible teaching, conferences and pastoral ministry. He has also served as a visiting instructor at Emmaus Bible School in Oak Park, IL, and Kawartha Lakes Bible School in Peterborough, ON, as well as having edited “Food for the Flock” magazine for 15 years.
In 1970 Ross moved with his wife Lillian and their three children from St. Louis, MO, to Plymouth, MI, and is currently involved in an itinerant Bible teaching ministry both the United States and Canada.
Ross is the author of Capsule Comments on the Cults and Portraits from Paul's Pen,as well as dozens of published magazine articles.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 – Joseph, Beloved and Hated
Chapter 2 – Sold into Egypt
Chapter 3 – Trial and Triumph
Chapter 4 – Divine Disciple in Pharaoh's Dungeon
Chapter 5 – From Prison to Prime Minister
Chapter 6 – The Goading of a Guilty Conscience
Chapter 7 – Frustration, Feat, and Favor
Chapter 8 – Joseph and Judah
Chapter 9 – Revelation, Response, and Reviving
Chapter 10 – A Journey, a Reunion, and an Introduction
Chapter 11 – Jacob's Blessing and Prophecy
Chapter 12 – Finishing Well