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Interlopers: The Difficult People and Life Experiences That Prepare Us for Greater by Kenny D. Craig

Interlopers: The Difficult People and Life Experiences That Prepare Us for Greater

by Kenny D. Craig

76 pages
This book effectively walks readers through the low points of Joseph's life and demonstrates the process God uses to lead people to places of greater influence and responsibility offering hope to those facing their own interlopers.

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About the Book
Dream killers, ditch diggers, backstabbers...we’ve all had them in our lives. And even though we’d rather avoid them at all costs, God has plans for them—and for us. Joseph (of the coat of many colors) had a life full of these interlopers, from the brothers who wanted to murder him and sold him into slavery, to the conniving wife of his master, Potiphar. Though some might think God abandoned Joseph to these betrayers, Interlopers: The Difficult People and Life Experiences That Prepare Us for Greater helps us understand that God uses such interlopers to transform us and prepare us for greater destinies, just as he did for Joseph, leading us from the pit to the palace while changing us in ways we could never imagine. This book balances nicely the hard truths, suggesting what we need to do to be better and to keep ourselves in the best shape for the paths God has set out for us, along with encouragement for how to do so. It will be an enjoyable addition to the libraries of those looking for encouragement through their struggles and for ways they can actively improve their lives by “simply” changing their views about their struggles.

 

Reviews
"Craig effectively walks readers through the low points in Joseph's life, from his betrayal by his brothers to his unjust imprisonment...he demonstrates the sometimes-zigzagging process by which God leads people to places of greater influence and responsibility. Overall, this book will appeal to Christians looking for encouragement from a popular biblical character's story offering hope to those facing their own interlopers."
- Kirkus Reviews

 

 

About the Author
Pastor Kenny Craig has preached the Gospel since 1999 and was called to the pastorate in 2004. He earned a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Criminal Justice in 1997 from the University of Tennessee at Martin and a Master's Degree in Christian Studies in 2013 from Union University.

 

 

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