Tag Archives: Genesis 37

He comes to take away your shame

Let’s Get Naked

Let’s Get Naked

Then the eyes of both were opened, and they knew that they were naked. And they sewed fig leaves together and made themselves loincloths. — Genesis 3:7 I often hear preachers and evangelists talk about how the goal of our Christian life should be to get back to the way things were in the Garden

Wait While God Works

So here I sit in the waiting room. The receptionist took my name, recorded my insurance data, and gestured to a chair. “Please have a seat. We will call you when the doctor is ready.” I look around. A mother holds a sleeping baby. A fellow dressed in a suit thumbs through Time magazine. A

restless god is moving

Restless Study Week 4 — What if Your Wounds Help Set Others Free?

What if your scars point to a greater glory? — Jennie Allen This week, in Week 4 of our Restless Study, we’re studying a potentially painful subject: suffering. Jennie’s main idea this week is that “our sufferings could contain our deepest passions and the things we would most like to see healed around us.” Her

From Adversity to Greatness

[Be] confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus. — Philippians 1:6 In Genesis 37, when Joseph was seventeen, he had a dream prophesying that he would someday rule over his brothers. This peek into his destiny filled him with self-confidence; he was

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