Imprisoned and Forgotten

By Charles R. Swindoll

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Genesis 39:19–40:23

Joseph drifted like a lost raft on the ocean—sold into slavery, forced to learn a new language and lifestyle, accused of attempted rape, and finally dumped into prison. On top of all of this, even though he lived as a model prisoner deserving early release, the one man who could have requested his pardon totally forgot him. That hurts!

The pain of unjust suffering—one of the most severe trials we can experience—tests our faith like nothing else. In our world today, we can't escape it. As difficult as injustice is to endure, the greater challenge is facing it with an attitude that preserves faith. For the most part, we can't control what happens to us today or tomorrow, whether fair or foul. But we can choose our attitude.

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Joseph: A Man of Integrity and Forgiveness.

Product Code: JOSD03/JOSM03

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Joseph A Man of Integrity and Forgiveness