Joseph’s Golden Age comes to an end — but not before he tells his people to keep looking forward to the next great Phase of God’s plan.
Jacob receives a completed kingdom from his son Joseph, and has to decide who to give it to next.
Joseph’s continues his rule by restructuring the world according to its original pattern.
The Golden Age of Joseph’s rule begins with a harvest from among the nations.
The brothers pass their third and final test, and make a life-changing discovery: true love is given, not earned.
The brothers make a second journey to Egypt, aware of their guilt and expecting judgment, but praying for mercy.
The prophesied judgement begins. The news that there is food in Egypt spreads throughout the world — and finally comes to Jacob’s family in the land of Canaan.
In a stunning reversal, Joseph is raised from the dead and begins the conquest of Egypt.
Joseph proves himself faithful in every circumstance, but still ends up in prison.
Judah tries to escape from the reality of who he has become — only to discover that wherever you go, there you are.