How was Joseph regarded by his father?


"Israel loved Joseph more than all his children, because he was the son of his old age." Gen. 37: 3.
NOTE - The wonderful record of Joseph's life, found in Genesis 37-50, shows that he lived
intimately with his father till he was seventeen years of age. He must have been carefully taught of God,
also, for in all his marvellous experience as slave, prisoner, and premier of Egypt, he remained true to his
heavenly Father, not a single sin being recorded of him to the day of his death.

What effect did the preaching of the apostles have upon the hearers?
When brought before the king, what did Daniel say?
10. What are those to drink who accept the teachings of Babylon, and thus render homage to the beast?
How did Jesus show His loyalty to God?
Who gives this rest from sin?
What pitiful appeal did He make to the impenitent city?
In what work are angels engaged?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle