The Working Hands of God

Episode Notes:

Focus Scripture: Genesis 40

Today’s podcast is the third in our series that examines the life of Joseph, the son of Jacob and descendent of Isaac and Abraham. When we feel discouraged, disappointed, or otherwise defeated, our flesh, our human desire is to lash out at the world around us in anger and be resistant and rebellious. But how can anyone see God working in and through us with that type of attitude? As Christians, who are we ultimately working and seeking to please with our actions and our words? Today’s message answers those questions and gives us some solid life applications to apply in everyday life. As always, my prayer is that God will speak to your heart through today’s message to help you grow closer in your daily walk with our Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ.

Darryl Orrell

“When Temptation Strikes, Run!” by Darryl Orrell
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