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Anglican Devotional 6 February 2023 – Joseph:The Ambassador

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The Daily Fountain Devotional of the Church Of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) 6 February 2023 – Joseph:The Ambassador


The land of Egypt is before you; make your father and your brothers dwell in the best of the land. Let them live in the land of Goshen.

And if you know of any men of ability among them, put them in charge of my cattle.

Then Joseph brought in Jacob his father and presented him before Pharaoh; and Jacob blessed Pharaoh.

And Pharaoh asked Jacob, How old are you?
Jacob said to Pharaoh, The days of the years of my pilgrimage are 130 years; few and evil have the days of the years of my life been, and they have not attained to those of the life of my fathers in their pilgrimage.
And Jacob blessed Pharaoh and went out from his presence.

Joseph settled his father and brethren and gave them a possession in Egypt in the best of the land, in the land of Rameses (Goshen), as Pharaoh commanded.

And Joseph supplied his father and his brethren and all his father’s household with food, according to [the needs of] their families.

[In the course of time] there was no food in all the land, for the famine was distressingly severe, so that the land of Egypt and all the land of Canaan hung in doubt and wavered by reason of the hunger (destitution, starvation) of the famine.

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Joseph played the role of God’s ambassador in Egypt: He represented both God and Jacob’s family in Egypt. He had been given a free hand to run the economy and to settle his father’s family which came to Egypt.

When he requested Pharaoh to allow his people to settle in Goshen, Pharaoh replied, “The land of Egypt is before you. Have your father and brothers dwell in the best of the land…” (verse 6). Jacob was 130 years when he came to Egypt and settled at Goshen

Most times, we abuse little privileges given to us. We undermine those that trusted us and it may lead to our disgrace or dismissal. In Luke 19:11-27, a nobleman called ten of his servants and gave them a pound each to do business till he returned. Luke 19:13 states clearly, “Do business till I come.” That is, be working till I come. Two were faithful while one was a disappointment.

Are you faithfully representing Christ where you are? Be a good Ambassador for Christ in your home, office, Church, place of work or business. Let us change our ways by preaching and living the Gospel. Be a good Ambassador of Christ today.

PRAYER: Dear Lord, help me to be a good Ambassador of Christ in my nation in Jesus’ name, Amen.


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