Joseph and Potiphar’s Wife
Joseph was taken to Egypt.
Potiphar was an Egyptian, one of Pharaoh’s officials, and bought him from the Ishmaelites.
The Lord was with Joseph so that he prospered and lived in the Egyptian’s home.
Joseph’s master saw that the Lord was with Joseph and gave him success in everything.
Joseph found favor in his master’s eyes.
Potiphar put Joseph in charge of his household and entrusted all he had to him.
The Lord blessed the Egyptian’s household because of Joseph.
Joseph was well-built and handsome; his master’s wife said, “Come to bed with me!”
Joseph refused and did not sleep with her.
Joseph went to do his duties without servants around
Potiphar’s wife tried to seduce him again but Joseph ran away.
Joseph’s cloak was left in his master’s wife hands.
Potiphar’s wife accused Joseph of seducing her in front of her household servants.
Potiphar’s wife accused Joseph and kept his cloak beside her to show her husband.
Potiphar put Joseph in the king’s prison.
The Lord was with Joseph in prison.
The warden did not hurt or heed to restrict Joseph and gave him freedom within the prison.
The Lord gave Joseph success wherever he went.