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Joseph--God's Superhero: Genesis 37-50 (Discover 4 Yourself®…

by Kay Arthur

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0736907394, Paperback)

The Discover 4 Yourself Bible Studies series for kids ages 9-12, combines a serious commitment to Bible study with fun and memorable games, puzzles, and activities to reinforce biblical truth. Each study is divided into daily lessons built around an in-depth, inductive study of a book or character of the Bible. Any young person who works through these studies will emerge with a richer appreciation of the Word of God and a deeper understanding of God's love and care for them.

Joseph--God's Superhero teaches children an extraordinary truth: God chooses ordinary people to become his super heroes. In the first of three characters studies in the Discover 4 Yourself series, kids will watch Joseph as he grows through some pretty amazing struggles. What would it be like to be sold as a slave and shipped off to another country by your own brothers? Later, when Joseph, meets up with his betraying brothers, will he take revenge? When he's thrown into prison for something he didn't do, how will he handle the unfairness? When he's second only to Pharaoh as the ruler of Egypt, will success go to his head?

Joseph had to deal with a life of ups and down, and God taught him how to handle them all. Now it's our turn to learn!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:01:45 -0400)

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