1. Hal Tomlinson
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Why do you think Joseph kept talking and talking about his dreams? (Genesis 37)
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I’m guessing that God must have impressed him with the importance and significance of the dreams to the point that he couldn’t keep them to himself and also so he could fulfill Gods plan for his life. I can’t imagine why else he would keep telling his brothers when it made them hate him more and more.
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Yes, Sis Jenn! Joseph was at least under 17 years of age....and probably he was so excited that God had spoken to him that he wasn't even thinking about others reactions.
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Over the years his gifts went from reacting to circumstances to acting up on them. And gained a lot of maturity. Our use certainly deserve our patience and prayer
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Joseph had already been a shepherd, learned to fight off wolves and matured at a young age. When he told his brothers the dreams, he told them as a dream not to make them jealous or mad at him. God knew what his brothers would do to Joseph that would cause them to sale Joseph into slavery. So he could save Family from starving. Oh to be like Joseph and trust in the Lord! To not be angry in the circumstances we are in.
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He was a special guy alright.
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