The case of Joseph and Racism

Joseph was deprived of his father’s love, the comfort of his home, and all of his dreams by none other than his own flesh and blood.

While Joseph was a slave, he was still free because he refused to allow sin to control his life.

Can you imagine how Joseph must have felt after being falsely accused, wrongly convicted, and then imprisoned?

It is extremely important to understand that everything was stacked against Joseph at this point, and there was no way humanly speaking that his dreams were going to be realized.

In prison, Joseph did not allow himself to be distracted or depressed. He understood that a person can be imprisoned physically, but the worst prison is that of the mind.

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