Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Student Devotions - September 24, 2008

13 comments:

Sinead Roy said...

Interesting buffering - lots of time to think - kind of like the "selah" in the middle of those long psalms.

jessika said...

It's amazing to see how God change your life in a second, like he did with Joseph.

Michaela12 said...

I think that God ganged everybody how they are how God made is our character that's who we are. And it's amazing that Joseph went to jail for no reason that's what I think and he had amazing dreams sometimes

Noah said...

ya um one day we can become the greatest person in the world thro God

Olivia said...

I think that it's incredible what God did for Joseph. He gave him power, no matter where he was.

sasha said...

Jesus is very powerful in what he is doing even changing people life.

Ray said...

It is taking a while to load again... oh well... Joseph again... I wonder if he just stood there for a while after this happened and was, like, "What just happened??" Can you imagine going from prisoner to next-to-pharaoh? I'm sure it was hard getting used to the power... XD

Niki said...

I'm really glad that it doesn't take an hour to "cross the finish line."

Kendall said...

Man I wish i was Joseph....then i could interpret dreams and be respected by a lot of people

Stephen said...

its taking sooo long to load, but I wonder what it would of been like to be in jail for so long, then to suddenly come out and do something for the pharaoh, which was like, the highest position back then

Naomi S. said...

Wow, Joseph really did scale the political ladder. And in such a short time to!! Imagine something like that happening in these days. Prisoner to second in command? :S
God really does some amazing things when we let him.

Brandon said...

wow you have too much docter's appointments. That would be wierd for a race car going 200 kph, and then geting to the finish and taking a hour to cross the finish line........I coudnt listen to the end I dont know why

Sinead Roy said...

I've always wondering what went through Joseph's mind all those years in prison. He obviously not only trusted God, but still believed in his ability to interpret the dreams because he was still doing it. I wonder what he thought of his own earlier dreams. Was he still expect the same outcome that he spoke to his brothers about?