Mysterious Ways: The Providence of God in the Life of Joseph Paperback – 28 Jun 2004
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About the Author
David Kingdon is Professor of Mental Health Care Delivery at the University of Southampton, UK.
Top Customer Reviews
When famine hits his part of the world, he is re-united first to his now repentant brothers and then to his aged father. At the end of his life he is able to look back and see God's providential hand in it all and is able to say to his brothers, "You intended it for evil, but God intended it for good."
David Kingdon's fine book is a great introduction to the life of Joseph. Kingdon handles the twists and turns of the narrative with great skill, majoring on the main points and drawing from them relevant lessons for us today. He writes with clarity and simplicity, something that modern authors need to learn to do. Most Christians in the world today are in the developing world and English is not their first language. Should we not write books with them in mind? Kingdon certainly does this and is to be commended for it.