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The Joseph in you

Isn't it great that we know the outcome of Joseph's story?... what gets us down most times is the unknown end. As Christians we quote Jeremiah 29:11 which says

"For I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord. They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope." 

I believe it. But, where I or even you perhaps get stuck, is in the moment of our turmoil. The place of now; where things look out of place. You should have had the baby by now. You should have gotten the promotion. Your business should have exploded by now... the list goes on. The troubling part is not "if" God will lead me to an end of hope, but "when".

Don't you wish you knew the answer to that? There are a lot of us "waiting on God" and just knowing the WHEN would be sunshine to all of us. But, there is goodnews...

My hope comes in knowing that while Joseph was in prison, he was extremely useful. He was somewhat appreciated; at least by the …
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