God's Plan for Something Greater

A Study of the Life of Joseph
Chris Harper walks us through the life of Joseph in seven dynamic sessions to reveal some of the major lessons that if applied will be life-changing for you.

Chris Harper uses the Old Testament patriarch, Joseph to demonstrate how partiality could impact your life for generations and yet how the sovereignty of God will work everything out for His glory and our good. Chris will open up this rollercoaster story of Joseph and show us how our twisted motives can derail our best intentions. He explains what to do with seeds that were sown by those before we still sprout up in our present. And how God wants to use all of this to make you into a funnel of His blessing for others. One of the keys that Chris points out is how the Hebrew meaning for the verb “forgetting” is not ignoring, or pretending it didn't happen, but it means to look past. He gives us another word study about how Joseph was able to be successful. The word flee is pheúgō, which means to "seek safety by flight." Joseph knew the waters of temptation and sin were flooding in, he had to get to high ground. Take a ride with Chris Harper and see behind the scenes of Joseph's life and learn seven keys to rising above your circumstance to becoming a success.

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Course Table of Contents

What You'll Learn

  • How Prosperity Is Not About You
  • How the Sin of Partiality Had Significant Repercussions in Jacob and Joseph's Lives
  • How Hebrew in the Original Text Gave Nuance to the Story of Joseph
  • About the Providence of God

Course Details

God's Plan for Something Greater

God's Plan for Something Greater

Chris Harper
Chris Harper walks us through the life of Joseph in seven dynamic sessions to reveal some of the major lessons that if applied will be life-changing for you.

About the Guide

Chris Harper

Chris Harper

Pastor | Disciple-Maker
Pastor Chris [aka Harp] describes himself as an Amillennial, Calvinistic, closet-charismatic, credo-baptistic, Complementarian, disciple of JC Ryle, who loves his wife, his four children, books, basketball, […]