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The Fullness of Christ Unfolded in the History of Joseph (Winslow)

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Table of Contents:

  1. The Famished Egyptians Sent to Joseph for Bread
  2. Joseph Recognizes His Brethren
  3. The Sacks Filled with Corn
  4. Jacob’s Lament
  5. Joseph Making Himself Known to His Brethren
  6. Joseph Making Himself Known to His Brethren as Their Brother, and Comforting Them
  7. Joseph’s Exaltation in Egypt
  8. The Patriarch’s Emigration to Egypt
  9. Joseph’s Exhortation to Unity
  10. Joseph Alive
  11. The Patriarch’s Contentment and Resolve
  12. The Patriarch’s Solemn Sacrifice
  13. Jacob Sees Joseph and Desire to Die 
  14. Joseph’s Introduction of His Brethren to Pharaoh
  15. Jacob’s Pilgrimage 




Octavius Winslow (1808-1878) was born in London, England, and raised in New York. He was ordained as a pastor in 1833 and help pastorates in New York, Leamington Spa, Bath, and Brighton. A prolific author, his devotional writings exhibit his Reformed, experiential convictions and distinctive, warm, ardent style


"With great pleasure, we offer Octavius Winslow’s devotional treatment of the fascinating history of Joseph and his brothers. Winslow is peculiarly gifted at drawing our minds and hearts toward the Greater Joseph and His brethren. His chapters on Christ revealing Himself to His people, Christ as our brother, and the glory of Christ in heaven are alone worth the price of the book.As is true of all of Winslow’s writings, this volume is a gem. Representing devotional writing at its finest, it is replete with Christ-centered memorable statements for spiritual edification. Use this book to treasure those sacred truths of Scripture that will mold your thoughts, words, and actions for Christian living." - Joel R. Beeke