Just as the people of Israel retell the story of the Exodus at Passover, we retell the story of our faith every time we celebrate communion.
Sometimes God places us in positions in which we can help and bless others-- even those who have hurt us. When God seems silent, we still are called to use those positions to provide for...
God often seems silent in the story of Joseph; but God is not absent. The account of Joseph in prison reminds us that when God seems silent, we still place our trust in God.
The story of Jospeh reminds us that when God seems silent, it is still important to make choices that will be pleasing to God.
In the story of Joseph, God often seems silent-- there is no voice from a burning bush, or calling from a flash of light in the sky. But even when God seems silent, God is NOT absent!