by Robert Walker

Joseph's Other Coats
Robert Walker
Genesis 37:31


"When my father developed Multiple Sclerosis, I was sent from the UK to Canton, China to live with my grandparents. My grandfather trained me in Kung Fu until I became the world champion, three years in a row.

After my beautiful Swedish fiancée, Aiya was killed in an automobile accident I lost interest in living, until a possible "cure" was found for my father's MS.

The treatment was expensive so I stole the money for it. It was in a Cypriot prison, that a missionary from Ireland showed me how that I could experience real freedom.

I was released and returned to England in November 1992 and although life has not always been a bed of roses I have felt God's goodness and His guiding hand time and again!

He has given me a life again - a wife, a job, a home, a family in the people of God and as I enter the next "adventure" of my life, that of being a father myself I know that my heavenly Father has His hand upon me and just as He led me to Himself in that prison in Nicosia He will put me where He wants me and show me the path that my life will take from this point on for His glory! I invited Jesus into my life and felt freer inside that prison than I had ever felt outside of it.

I am now out of prison and waiting for God's next adventure."

SOURCE - Tony Anthony. "The Lord is my strength and my song..."

Alexander Solzhenitsyn, advocate for freedom during the oppressive years of the Soviet Union, spoke the following strange words about the Soviet Gulag system in which he had been imprisoned for many years.

"Bless you, prison.for it was there I discovered that the meaning of earthly existence lies, not as we have grown used to thinking, in prospering, but in the development of the soul."

Joseph, Paul, Solzhenitsyn, and even 9/11 survivors have.

This 37th chapter of Genesis begins a history of Joseph with his trials and triumphs, which is one of the best-loved st ...

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