by Jeff Schreve

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When Dreams Come True (7 of 7)
Series: Dreams and Detours
Jeff Schreve
Genesis 42:1-9

In 1918, Tulsa, Oklahoma, a baby was born, a baby who at a young age, just a young teenager, and this man grew up. His name was Paul. And he had such a passion and such a desire and such a dream for this thing called radio. And he was pretty good at this thing called radio. And it wasn't too long before his teenage years and then into his 20s, that he really began to take hold of being a radio personality and delivering the news on the radio. He did it for over 50 years. He was one of the most beloved radio personalities in history. At his heyday, he had 24 million people that would tune in to listen to Paul Harvey give his news and commentary. And you remember, he had one little segment that people loved to listen to. It was a segment on a famous person or some event that he would give you background story; things that you didn't know; little bits of information that's like, ''Wow, I never knew that about this situation. I never knew that about this person.'' And then, at the end of it all, he'd kind of leave you as a cliffhanger. Who's he talking about? And then he would mention the name. You're like, ''Oh, how cool.'' And he always ended that little segment with these words: ''Now you know the rest of the story.'' The rest of the story.

Well, for the last several weeks, we've been in a series on the life of Joseph. And I hope you've enjoyed this series as much as I have. Joseph, what an incredible guy, a guy who experienced as a young man, 17 years old, tremendous dreams from the LORD; dreams that one day his brothers would bow down to him. They were wonderful dreams for Joseph. Not so good for his brothers. They didn't really like those dreams, his ten older brothers. But we know that Joseph's dreams met detours, major detours. One of them was when his brothers sold him as a slave. That's a major detour when you're 17 years old. And he went from having this great dr ...

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