Bayside Church


July 6, 2024


ACTS 7:9-19


9 “Because the patriarchs were jealous of Joseph, they sold him as a slave into Egypt. But God was with him 10 and rescued him from all his troubles. He gave Joseph wisdom and enabled him to gain the goodwill of Pharaoh king of Egypt. So Pharaoh made him ruler over Egypt and all his palace.

11 “Then a famine struck all Egypt and Canaan, bringing great suffering, and our ancestors could not find food. 12 When Jacob heard that there was grain in Egypt, he sent our forefathers on their first visit. 13 On their second visit, Joseph told his brothers who he was, and Pharaoh learned about Joseph’s family. 14 After this, Joseph sent for his father Jacob and his whole family, seventy-five in all. 15 Then Jacob went down to Egypt, where he and our ancestors died.

16 Their bodies were brought back to Shechem and placed in the tomb that Abraham had bought from the sons of Hamor at Shechem for a certain sum of money.

17 “As the time drew near for God to fulfill his promise to Abraham, the number of our people in Egypt had greatly increased. 18 Then ‘a new king, to whom Joseph meant nothing, came to power in Egypt. 19 He dealt treacherously with our people and oppressed our ancestors by forcing them to throw out their newborn babies so that they would die.

ACTS | Bibliography

Craig S. Keener. IVP Bible Background Series. 2014. IVP Academic.

Ajith Fernando. NIV Application Commentary, Acts. 1999. Zondervan.

Darrell L. Bock. Baker Exegetical Commentary, Acts. 2007. Baker Academic.

F.F. Bruce. New International Commentary on the New Testament, Acts. 1988. Eerdmans.

David G. Peterson. Pillar New Testament Commentary, Acts. 2009. Eerdmans.

John Stott. The Message of Acts. 2020. IVP Academic.

N.T. Wright. Acts for Everyone. 2008. Westminster John Knox Press.

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