The story of Joseph in Genesis 37–50 is an account of God’s faithfulness to his promises to Abraham, his omnipotence (all-powerful), and his omniscience (all-knowing). Joseph’s brothers sold him into slavery, but God worked through their evil to accomplish good — the salvation of the entire nation of Abraham’s descendants. We too are called to faith in God’s promises.
I. God's Promise to Abraham
II. Story of Joseph
A. Sold As Slave
B. Potiphar's Wife
C. Joseph Interprets Dreams of Baker and Cupbearer
D. Joseph Interprets Pharaoh's Dreams
E. Joseph's Brothers Come to Egypt
III. What Do We Learn?
A. God is Omnipotent
B. God Keeps His Promises
C. We Are Called to Faith