Return sermon shared on Sunday, March 6, 2016.
Glory and Goodness are intertwined to the point that when Moses asked God to see His glory, God responded, “I’ll make all my goodness pass before thee,” (Exodus 33:19).
Romans 8:28 teaches us that all things work together for our good and God’s glory, because the only way we can give God the glory, honor, and obedience He deserves is for Him to work His goodness in us.
In this lesson, we look at the life of Joseph and how he had to be tried for 13 years before the prophetic dreams that God gave him came to pass. As we allow God to work His goodness in us, we must realize that our entire Christian experience should be walking in the goodness of God. We can overcome the powers of darkness, simply with goodness.