Joseph, Rachel's son

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Pub Date 04 Dec 2018 | Archive Date 31 May 2019

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A young boy with 11 brothers; favourite of his father; chosen of God.

Joseph, Rachel's son, lived a privileged life in Canaan until his jealous brothers sold him into slavery in Egypt. There, the favourite son learned hardship and faced undeserved punishment.

Overcoming one trial after another, he finally faces the greatest test of all: power over his brothers. When they bow before him – as prophesied so many years before – will he take revenge, or show the forgiveness that comes from God?

Beloved son, envied brother, betrayed slave, hopeless prisoner, ruler of Egypt, but, above all, servant of God – this is Joseph's story.

A young boy with 11 brothers; favourite of his father; chosen of God.

Joseph, Rachel's son, lived a privileged life in Canaan until his jealous brothers sold him into slavery in Egypt. There, the...


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A compelling read, with very well-researched detail. It brings a well-known Bible story to life. The characters are completely believable.

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This is a fictionalised story from the Bible; given the depth of characterisation and a new perspective. It’s a wonderful book that adds more emotion and wonder to the unfolding proceedings.

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