Faith’s Checkbook

October 2
Comfort En Route Home
And Joseph said unto his brethren, I die: and God will surely visit you, and bring you out of this land
unto the land which he swore to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob. (Genesis 50:24)
Joseph had been an incarnate providence to his brethren. All our Josephs die, and a thousand
comforts die with them. Egypt was never the same to Israel after Joseph was dead, nor can the world
again be to some of us what it was when our beloved ones were alive.
But see how the pain of that sad death was alleviated! They had a promise that the living God would
visit them. A visit from Jehovah! What a favor! What a consolation! What a heaven below! O Lord,
visit us this day; though indeed we are not worthy that Thou shouldest come under our roof.
But more was promised: the Lord would bring them out. They would find in Egypt a cold welcome
when Joseph was dead; nay, it would become to them a house of bondage. But it was not to be so
forever; they would come out of it by a divine deliverance and march to the land of promise. We shall
not weep here forever. We shall be called home to the glory land to join our dear ones. Wherefore,
“comfort one another with these words.”

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