Where have you been? That must be the question that Pharaoh asked Joseph when his dream was interpreted. Like Joseph, let your life become a relief to others; let people see hope when they see you. No matter what may have transpired between us, I won’t let you to see me as an obstacle. I won’t let you hide yourself when you see me coming, neither will I let you change direction just because I’m heading your way.
Oftentimes, those who hurt us the most appear to be those who help us the most. Potiphar could have easily defended Joseph, knowing that Joseph would never sin against God, but he chose to put him in prison for an offense he did not commit. While Joseph was in the prison, he had an encounter with two palace servants – of which one of them recommended him to Pharaoh three years later. Since Potiphar was in charge of the prisoners, he could have easily denied the fact that Joseph could interpret dreams. But because Joseph remained faithful, even in the prison, Potiphar acknowledged the recommendation.
That’s how far we’d go on today’s Timely Note. But take these last words; PEOPLE WOULD OFTEN HURT YOU. BUT INSTEAD OF THINKING ABOUT THE HURTS, FORGIVE THEM AND THINK ABOUT GAINS. Have a most fruitful day, in Jesus precious name!
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An Inspiration of The Almighty