by Jeff Strite

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Making the Most of Every Opportunity (3 of 3)
Series: Technicolor Faith
Jeff Strite
Genesis 40:1-14

OPEN: An elderly husband and wife noticed they were beginning to forget little things around the house. They were afraid that this could be dangerous so they decided to go see a doctor to get some help.

Their doctor told them that many people their age find it useful to write themselves little notes as reminders. This seemed like an excellent idea.

When they got home, the wife said, ''Honey, will you please go to the kitchen and get me a dish of ice cream? Why don't you write that down so you won't forget?''

''Nonsense,'' said the husband, ''I can remember a dish of ice cream!''

''I'd also like some strawberries on it. You better write that down, because I know you'll forget.''

''Don't be silly,'' replied the husband. ''A dish of ice cream and some strawberries. I can remember that!''

''OK, dear, but I'd like you to put some whipped cream on top. Now you'd really better write it down now. You'll forget,'' said the wife.

''No problem, ice cream with strawberries and whipped cream.''

With that, the husband shut the kitchen door behind him. The wife could hear him getting out pots and pans and making lots of noise. He emerged from the kitchen about 15 minutes later.

Walking over to his wife, he presented her with a plate of bacon and eggs. The wife took one look at the plate, glanced up at her husband with this look of disgust in her eyes and said, ''Where's the toast?''

APPLY: Yogi Bera, the famous catcher for the New York Yankees once said:

''If you don't know where you're going, you're likely to end up someplace else.''

I. Joseph was a man who knew where he was going.

He may not have known HOW he would get there, but he knew WHERE he was headed. At the age of 17, God had given him a vision. A vision that he would be man of great importance. And even tho' he had faced the rage & rejection of his brothers, the insult of sl ...

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