NOVEMBER 8, 2009




JOSEPH THE WORD – sent to egypt





When I began to seek the Lord for the next word to write, He simply gave me the title, “Where is Benjamin?”

Once in a while, the Lord will give me a dream to let me know that a special word is coming my way. Recently, I had this dream, “I was invited to a great feast of very rich and fine foods. The famous chef Emeril was in charge and he came personally to whisper in my ear, ‘You must be there. It is at 6 o’clock and you are French so you will be there. I told him of other appointments at that time but he did not take any excuses, I had to be there.”

I knew that the Lord had been preparing a feast of His word for us. In the meantime I began writing under the title that He had given me. Because there is not much in the Bible about the life of Benjamin, I began to write about Jacob and his wives Leah and Rachel. But as I wrote, the Word began to unfold and the witness of the Spirit began to stir.

According to the dream I realize that the Word is for the “French” which means “Free.” It is for those who are no longer entangled in man’s doctrines and churches rules. Emeril represents the One who is in charge and knows how to arrange and prepare rich and wonderful spiritual food.  

Even though the Bible is well recognized for its literary value and the stories fascinate the readers, it is only when we discover the concealed Christ within a story and it witnesses to the Christ that is hid within us, that we are quickened by the Word.

Before going any further it would be good to explain some of the types that we will be talking about. Jacob’s two wives represent two stages of the church – one under the law and one free – The church is the “called out one” that the Lord is “sanctifying and cleansing with the washing of the water of the word. He desires to present her to Himself without spot or wrinkle or any such thing, but that it should be holy and without blemish.” (Eph. 5:26-27)

The church speaks of the soul who is the expression of the Husband who is the Spirit. Our Lord is the Word who desire to be expressed to His creation. The Church speaks of the soul who will express the Word (Spirit and life) of the new creation man in Christ. This is why she has to be pure. The Word she speaks from the Spirit is a “son” or “manchild” that will bring deliverance to the world and immortality to the overcomer.

Rachel is the type of the true church that has brought forth the word or the son Joseph and will yet bring Benjamin the son of the right hand. The church and the sons are one and work in union with the Spirit of the Lord within. Keeping this in mind we will see how the story of Joseph develops and how it is the story of our own lives.

The calling of Joseph is all wrapped up in a mov­ing scene when after having suffered at the hand of his jealous brothers; they sold him to be delivered as a slave to Egypt. But at the end he was exalted to second most powerful fig­ure in the world and faced his brothers to de­clare to them as they stood shaking with fear and shame in front of him, “But now do not therefore be grieved or angry with yourselves because you sold me here; for God sent me before you to preserve life…And God sent me before you to preserve a pos­terity for you in the earth, and to save your lives by a great deliverance.” (Gen. 45:5, 7)

When we allow the Spirit to take us behind the literal story, we recognize that the life of Joseph is a parallel to the life of Jesus here on earth, and eventually we find that we who are in Christ, are contained in his life as well. The witness within us is quickened and we know that the powerful words spoken by Joseph are destined to be our words as well.

We also need to recognize that the things that took place in Joseph’s life, the good, the bad and the ugly were not just happenstance. God Himself used the jealousy and animosity that the brethren held in their hearts against Joseph to bring about His plan and purpose. This is something we need to always remember; God is never de­feated by the work of the enemy instead, He uses all these things to accomplish His purpose.

Jesus is the Savior of the world. This is His sublime and unique calling.  His death on the cross and His resur­rection opened the way for us and for all who receive Him. We are told that “He came to His own, and His own did not receive Him. But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe in His name.” (John 1:11-12) 

Yet as Paul explained, God has not cast away His people, for he was himself an Israelite of the Seed of Abraham, of the tribe of Benjamin. Paul had been chosen according to the election of grace.  Paul concludes that “…Israel has not ob­tained what it seeks; but the elect have obtained it, and the rest were hardened.” (Rom.11:7)


Under patriarchal rule, the firstborn son received the “birthright.” this meant that upon the father’s death, he became head of the household and family. He also received twice the amount of wealth as the other sons. This was the place that Jacob so coveted from his twin brother Esau. Even in their mother’s womb, the twin broth­ers had struggled for the birthright. Esau came out first but in a show of defiance, Jacob’s hand had taken hold of Esau’s heel.

Later, the struggle for the birthright continued and Jacob did not miss his opportunity. The day came when Esau who had been out hunting tirelessly came to Jacob thinking he was going to die from ex­haustion and lack of food. Jacob had made a savory lentil stew and when he saw his brother, he did not hesitate to offer him the stew in exchange for the coveted birthright.

Starving Esau said, “Look, I am about to die; so what profit shall this birthright be to me? Then Ja­cob said, ‘Swear to me as of this day.’ So he gave him bread and stew of lentils; then he ate and drank, arose, and went his way. Thus Esau despised his birthright.” (Vs.32-34) When Jacob’s father was dying; Jacob presented himself as the firstborn and received the blessing. This infuriated Esau who vowed to kill his brother.

After this, Jacob fled from the face of Esau and went to live with his mother’s brother Laban in the land of Padan Aram. It was there that Jacob first met the beautiful Rachel. He was nearing the end of his journey when he came to a well where every evening they rolled back the stone and drew the wa­ter for their thirsty sheep. When Jacob inquired he found that the men were from Padan and that they knew his uncle Laban.

Then as he was talking toward them, Rachel came up to water her father’s sheep for she was a shep­herdess. “And it came to pass, when Jacob saw Rachel the daughter of Laban his mother’s brother, and the sheep of Laban his mother’s brother, that Jacob went near and rolled the stone from the well’s mouth, and watered the flock of Laban his mother’s brother. Then Jacob kissed Rachel, and lifted up his voice and wept.” (Gen. 29: 10-11)

We know the rest of the actual story, but if we see it in type we un­derstand how the Lord by the Holy Spirit recognizes His beloved Bride at first sight and how he works through her life to bring her to Him­self. Rachel was the love of Jacob’s life just as Jesus loves His church.

However, Rachel had an older sister who according to law was first in line for marriage. So on his first honeymoon morning, Jacob found Leah in bed with him and not Rachel. Jacob had to fulfill the law; he had to work seven years for Rachel as well. The good thing was that while he worked for Rachel, he still had her by his side as his wife. Remembering that the bride is the soul and the bridegroom is the Spirit we see in type how the Lord purchased His bride and while the church under law produced many sons, He worked with the true bride to cleanse and wash her so that He could present her to Himself. This is what is taking place in our souls.

Although she tried every scheme she knew, Rachel could not bear children to Jacob; God had not open her womb and she was barren. In the meantime, be­tween Leah and her handmaidens, Jacob begot ten sons. Rachel yearned to bring forth sons to Jacob just as we who have been given the word of immortality and new creation man in His image have yearned to see the fruit of that word. While the visible church under law has prospered as she birthed many sons with the evangelical and sacramental word that the Lord had given her, the beloved church has yet to show forth one son.

Rachel is a type of the true church in Spirit. It was in God’s appointed time that Rachel finally became pregnant and bore a son. She called him by the very significant name of Joseph (He shall add).“So she called his name Joseph, and said, ‘The Lord shall add to me another son.” (Gen.30:24) He was Israel‘s eleventh son and the first with his beloved Rachel.

Rachel must have cradled her little son with a lot of love. She had waited so long for him and now it was by prophecy from God that she named him Joseph for indeed God had reserved another son for her. Again we need to see here that the word that we have been given so far is but a prophecy that God will indeed give us another word. Her second son Benjamin came about ten years later which is the number of trials and testing. The time of Joseph is the time of great testing for the beloved church.

The seed (Word) that has been planted in us has brought forth a Joseph. It is this son that the brethren have rejected. We have found that our word had no place in any of the churches or groups and we have found ourselves as Egyptians (children of darkness) in the world. But beloved there is more for us and it is coming soon. Let us follow the story of Joseph and see by revelation of the Spirit, how the Lord has dealt with us so far and what is at the door for there is a new Word coming, Joseph will add and we will be fruitful and deliver and bless God’s creation in the ages to come.

Some ten years after the birth of Joseph, Rachel be­came pregnant with her second son. It was when they were traveling from Bethel to Ephrath that Rachel came into hard labor.

Her midwife said to her, “Do not fear; you will have this son also. And so it was, as her soul was departing (for she died) that she called his name Ben-Oni (My sorrow); but his father called him Benjamin (Son of the Right Hand) (Gen. 35:17b-18).

Benjamin was Jacob’s twelfth son and his second son with his beloved Rachel. From the time of his birth to the time when Joseph requested his presence in Egypt, nothing further is recorded about Benjamin. We are sure that he was the object of his father’s affection, especially after Joseph was presumed dead. These two favored sons are types and shadows of the two words that come out of the true church at the end of this age. They are the two words that God sends to bring His plan into fulfillment.

JOSEPH THE WORD – sent to egypt

Jacob and his twelve sons were living in the land of Canaan. Joseph was now seventeen years old and was feeding the flocks with his brothers. “Now Israel loved Joseph more than all his children, be­cause he was the son of his old age. Also he made him a tunic of many colors.” (Gen. 37:3) This spurred jealousy in the brethren and great animosity began to arise against Joseph; but it was only the beginning.

The straw that broke the camel’s back came in the form of prophetic dreams that God gave to Joseph. He innocently related the dreams to his brothers and their animosity peaked to a point of murder. As we continue to see our own lives in the unfolding of Joseph’s life, we see that the one who is called to preserve life, reaps the full force of the animosity of his brothers. Joseph was resented because of the word and it is the word in us that has caused our brothers resentment as well. Indeed we can type Joseph with Jesus and we can also type him with those who follow Him out of the religious orders of thi

It was Jacob who sent Joseph to the brethren who hated him for his Word, and it was the Father who sent Jesus to His own who did not receive Him be­cause their deeds were evil. It was also the Father who sent us among the churches and groups who rejected us for the Word. It was when His own were threatened that they schemed to have Jesus crucified. It was when the brethren were threatened by the dreams that Joseph told them that they plot­ted a cruel way to get rid of him.

It was when the Lord gave us a powerful word that shed light on the darkness of the churches and groups we attended that the brethren were threat­ened and turned against us. The story repeats itself but the glorious ending will be repeated as well.

“And Israel said to Joseph, are not your brothers feeding the flock in Shechem? Come, I will send you to them. So he said to him, ‘Here I am.’ (Gen. 37:13) It was the father who sent his son to those who hated him. Just as Jesus, Joseph obeyed his father as soon as he called. Because his heart was free of guile, he most likely did not realize the full danger he was facing, but he must have known that this was not the best situation for him. His answer was “Here I am!” Just as Jesus, “I come to do thy will Oh God!”

Just as Joseph and Jesus were sent of God, the firstfruits have also been sent. They did not seek to stir up trouble, they were sincerely joined with the brethren, loving them and having fellowship with them. It was the Lord who placed them among brethren and it was He who opened their mouths to share the Word without guile. Little did they know what the consequences would be, but the word stirred up trouble! Jesus said that His word is as a sword that divides and separates all that is not of Him, and it does just that. It is to encourage one an­other that we recount these stories and our own story as well.

God had spoken to me through dreams since I was a very young girl, but the time came when He began to speak to me about the church and my relationship to it. My husband and I were attending a non-de­nominational “Community” church  when He gave me this dream.

For the sake of those who were not with me when I first told this, I will tell it again. “I was standing by the bank of a river of swift moving waters. A tall bridge spanned the river and on top of the bridge were two professional dancers- a man and a woman. Then I saw that the woman had a beautiful diamond ring on her finger and the ring slipped off and fell into the river. The man sent her to retrieve it and she dove over and over and over again but could never find it. In the meantime, down by the water, I knew that a few others were standing with me, and all of a sudden, as if the river had been an oven, I found myself pulling a scrumptious looking apple pie out of the water. The pie was ready to eat and mouth watering. I held it high toward the dancers on the bridge and offered it to them. To my surprise they became furious at me and showed their anger and disdain. End of dream-

At the time, my husband and I were members in good standing in our church. We loved our Pas­tor because his “Berean” teachings were very Bible oriented. However, as time passed I found myself visiting other churches with a neighbor friend. It was then that I received the baptism in the Holy Spirit in a dream and that I received that word. Even though the interpretation is now very obvious, at the time I had absolutely no idea what it meant, much less what the implication was for my husband and me.

So we took the dream to our Pastor. We were sit­ting across from him in his little office when he flew into a rage and demanded a letter of resigna­tion. We had told him the dream and our experience with the baptism of the Holy Spirit. God had sent us unaware to this dear man who was convinced that now we were demonic.

Soon after, we were compelled to leave our church. It was obvious that the welcome mat had been pulled from under us. This was the first in a series of similar in­cidents that took place over the years. The dream was revealing that the professional church has ex­alted itself over the word of the Spirit and has been as entertainers before the people. It showed that the diamond ring or the union that she has had with the Spirit has returned to the Spirit. The water repre­sents the moving of God’s Spirit in the earth.

There are a few people near the water who are finding the delicious word of God that comes from the Spirit ready to eat and ready to share. “A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in settings of sil­ver.” (Prov.25:11)  However, just as when in the dream I offered the mouth watering apple pie to the dancers and they became furious, so our sweet Pas­tor turned red with rage. He tried his best to contain himself but he demanded a letter of resignation and sent us packing into the world without a care for our souls.

I know that similar things have happened to many of my readers. Beloved it is meant to be. We are the Joseph Company, and the professional church who has set itself as the bridge between God and the people are threatened by those who have been called to bear God’s precious word.

As my husband and I joined other groups of saints, the same things repeated itself. Not with the same word, but with other dreams and with the reve­lation that God gave us and confirmed to us in vari­ous ways. Now we are in Egypt so to speak. We find that the groups that we could fellowship with have a separate agenda and we cannot get involved and entangled. 

Joseph was sold into Egypt because of his word, and so are we, but we rejoice and give thanks that we are chosen for such a time as this. We hold unto the word that God has given us, and we know that just as we have been in Joseph, in Egypt, we will also add Benjamin, the Son of the Right Hand. So we continue to look forward to His plan and pur­pose for us and for His creation.


The word “Egypt” means black. It also means “iron furnace.” In type it stands for the world that is in darkness without the true Light. Jesus said that we are in the world but not of it. He came in the flesh and overcame the world, the flesh and the devil. The world is also as the “iron furnace.” It is the perfect place for us to learn to overcome. No matter how far we try to run away from the world, it follows us because the world is also found in us. From our birth, our carnal mind is programmed and educated by the world; it talks to us loud and clear daily. To overcome the world, we need to overcome the thoughts and desires of our carnal mind and of our carnal nature. This can only be done by the daily prompting of the Spirit of God within.

Slaves such as Joseph were highly valued in Egypt and so when Joseph first landed in Egypt, he was placed in the house of Potiphar a prominent man in the court who was chief of Pharaoh’s bodyguards.  The first thing that Joseph faced was the woman of flesh in Potiphar’s wife.  When he refused to yield to her, he was cast into prison but although Joseph was in Pharaoh’s dungeon he was really prisoner of the Lord. God had called Joseph by the word that He had given him and now until the word came to pass Joseph was being tested. “He sent a man before them -Joseph- who was sold as a slave. They hurt his feet with fetters, He was laid in irons, until the time that his word came to pass, the word of the Lord tested (tried) him.” (Psa.105:17-19)

When God gave us the Word that took us out of the church we found ourselves as in Egypt. We felt hurt and miserable. We had lost communi­cation with those we really loved. Would we yield to the flesh again or would the word in us keep us looking to the Lord. The word brought us into the church to test us and the word took us out to test us.

While in his dungeon, Joseph may have asked himself if he really had heard from the Lord. The Lord had said that his brothers and all would bow to him (to the word in him), how could that be? Do we ever doubt the word that God has spoken to us about immortality and sons ruling and reigning with Christ? Do we question the word when we are sick and down? This was the test for Joseph and it is the test for us. We are called to endure to the end in the faith.

We are in the world but not of it. Joseph was in Egypt but not of it. God’s testing was harsh on Joseph. We know that God is love and it is God’s love that tests us and proves us so that we may be found worthy to hold the place that He has chosen for us.

But prison for Joseph was not forever. The time of his humiliation came to an end and the time of his exaltation was at hand. It was through the word that Joseph was brought out of prison, and it was when God spoke to Pharaoh in a dream that Joseph was promoted to second in power. Beloved, God is in control of the world’s powers and He knows the power of the word that He has placed in us. God was in control of the powers who crucified Jesus and He knew the power of the word that made Jesus triumphant over death and the tomb.

When God showed His power through Daniel in the lions’ den, Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, bowed to His holy name and made this decree, “To all peoples, nations, and languages that dwell in all the earth: Peace be multiplied to you. I make a decree that in every dominion of my kingdom, men must tremble and fear before the God of Daniel. For He is the living God, and steadfast forever; His kingdom is the one which shall not be destroyed, and His dominion shall endure to the end. He delivers and rescues, and He works signs and wonders in heaven and on earth, who has de­livered Daniel from the power of the lions.” (Dan. 6:25-27) The word in Daniel made the king bow down.

The day came when God was ready to show His power to the world. He lifted Joseph out of prison and showed His power through him. God first gave Pharaoh a dream that no one could understand. Then He gave the understanding to Joseph. This saved the people of Egypt from starvation, yet God’s plan was even much greater than that. 

The day is at hand (within reach) when God will show His power through His people. Satan has tried every ruse and gimmick to pervert the teachings of the word and remove it from the people.  He has deceived multitudes into worshiping a god of man’s imagination. The word that is heard in most pulpits and on the air­waves is so far from the truth that the people could not recognize Jesus if He stood next to them. But God has hid His word in earthen vessels who will not sell themselves for the goods of this world. They have been tested.  

Today more than ever, the peoples of the earth need to know that God has not given up on the world. He is in charge of all the kingdoms of this world, even when they deny Him and think that their governments and laws are separate from Him. They may have separated the church from their affairs but God is still in charge of all they do. 

They may have put the ten commandments in stone out of their in­stitutions but they are ignorant of the fact that God has replaced these with commandments written in the hearts of His people. The kingdoms of men are falling everywhere, but the kingdom of our God and of His Christ is already established in the hearts of His people and soon to dawn over the world.

The day is at hand when God will show His might to the powers that be. He will lift up His Word above all that is in the world. Satan has tried every scheme to remove this Word from every institution known to man. When he could not remove it, he has twisted it and warped it beyond recognition. He has deceived multitudes with a polluted word that sounds very inspiring and sounds like the word of life, but it comes from the twisted nature of the serpent; it is the word that leads unto death. The few as in the dream, who are standing faithful by the river of life will reveal His glory and might to the world and deliver the people from corruption, death and the grave.


It was not in Canaan or Bethel or at any of the al­tars built in His name that God chose to send Joseph to store up the wheat for the time of famine; it was in Egypt. Today, it is not in Jerusalem, Rome or at any of the beautiful cathedrals or churches that man has erected in this world that God has chosen to store His life-giving Word; it is in the inconspicuous ones that He has hidden in all areas of the globe.

When Joseph was thrown into a pit to die, the word that was in him brought him out. When Joseph was cast into prison, the word that was in him, de­livered him and when he stood before Pharaoh, to interpret his dreams, the word in him gave him the wisdom he needed and he ended up second in com­mand. Joseph ruled over every situation of his life. So it is for each one of us today. No matter what the world and the devil throw at us, God uses it to our good and brings us above the situation.

In Egypt, Joseph was known as one of the Egyp­tians. He even married an Egyptian woman and dressed and spoke as they did. But it was not God’s will that he always remain that way. When Jesus be­gan His ministry, they said, “Is this not the carpen­ter from Nazareth?” They did not know His true identity. So today we look like every good law-abiding citizen of the world – and we are, but God is revealing His Christ in us and the day is at hand when He will reveal Him to the world.

Beloved, God has hidden us in darkness. God Himself dwells in darkness, but the day is at hand when the Son or Sun will arise and reveal God from within each of His sons. Just as Jesus revealed the Father to the world, He will again reveal Him to the world from within each of His sons. As the Christ is formed in us, He possesses us and we possess Him. He is our land of promise. Our spirits were once possessed by the flesh, but more and more the Christ man shines through to reveal the light of God’s glory.

When Israel came to the border of the land, they could not enter in because of unbelief. Even after they had tasted the power and goodness of God that kept hem through the rugged wilderness for forty years, they still could not believe that He could bring them into their land.

The Bible said the gospel was preached unto them “…but the word which they heard did not profit them, not being mixed with faith in those who heard it.” (Heb. 4:2) The purpose of the wilderness was to reveal their hearts and also to reveal the power and goodness of God to them so that when they arrived at the border of the land, they would believe. “And you shall remember that the Lord your God led you all the way these forty years in the wilderness, to humble you and test you, to know what was in your heart, whether you would keep His commandments or not.” (Deut. 8:2)

We have seen the power of God in our lives and we have also been tested so that when the time comes for us to possess our land (Our true identity in Christ) we would not turn back in unbelief. Faith is the ingredient needed for us to possess our land. Faith is believing without having received. This is the acid test of our faith.

Christians every where are waiting for Jesus to ap­pear in the sky. They are no different than the Jews who are still waiting for their Messiah. Jesus was sent and He successfully ac­complished His mission as Savior of the world. Then He returned to each believer in Spirit to bring them to the same image so that they will reveal the Father in the earth. He has been appearing to those who are eagerly looking for Him.

Do not look for Him in the clouds of the sky; we are the clouds into which He was caught up. “So Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many. To those who eagerly wait for Him He will appear a second time, apart from sin, for salva­tion.” Our salvation (deliverance) has been taking place as the Holy Spirit has been leading us into all truths. 


The day came when it was time for Joseph to re­veal himself to his brothers. But first they needed to

repent of what they had done to him. So he sent them to prison and on the third day he asked them to bring their brother Benjamin to him. “Then they said to one another, ‘We are truly guilty concerning our brother, for we saw the anguish of his soul when he pleaded with us, and we would not hear, therefore his distress has come upon us.” (Gen.42:21) Joseph wept but they did not see this. He was not being vindictive; he had a plan.

“Then Joseph gave a command to fill their sacks with grain, to restore every man’s money to his sack, and to give them provisions for the jour­ney.” (Vs. 25) This encouraged them to bring Ben­jamin to this “Egyptian.” The brothers did not recognize Joseph just as the Jews did not recognize Jesus. The word was foreign to them. The word that the Lord has placed in us is foreign to those who are our brethren in the church.`

It was an emotional and tearful reunion when Joseph saw his brother Benjamin again. He in­structed the steward of his house to make ready a special feast for these men. So the brothers were brought into Joseph’s house and they ate and drank together but Joseph still did not reveal himself. He brought Simeon out of prison and gave Benjamin five times as much as many servings as the others.

The day that Benjamin is reunited to Joseph is a feasting day indeed. You see, Benjamin is the last son born to Rachel and Joseph. She wanted to call him Ben-Oni (son of my sorrow) but his father called him Benjamin (son of the Right Hand). This is so significant for us. Joseph has been the word that separated us from the brothers who were threatened by it and could not recognize it.

In Joseph, we have received many wonderful and thrilling revelations. We have been led by the Holy Spirit into all truths. We have been tested and tried to know if our faith will endure to the end. We have seen the land of promise and we have experienced a portion of God’s power in our lives. The time of Joseph had to be fulfilled. The Word of Joseph in us had to be tested by fire seven times over. The time is at hand when those who are truly sons of our Father but of another mother  (legalistic church) will be so hungry for the word of life that they will come seeking. But the full truth cannot be revealed until the Son of the Right Hand has come to us.

After Joseph saw that his brothers had repented of their fault, he revealed himself with these famous words, “Do not be grieved or angry with yourselves because you sold me here; for God sent me before you to preserve life…and to save your lives by a great deliverance.”

Oh! Yes, those who are typed in Joseph and have been hid in darkness are about to be revealed. They had been sent there by God Himself to pre­serve the Word of life so that life would remain in the earth. But before they are revealed, BENJAMIN SON OF THE RIGHT HAND must yet be released of the Father. We have been as Joseph in Egypt. We have stored up the grain but the word of power has yet to be released. I recently had surgery on my right hand and I could not use it at all for a while. I learned that without the right hand, there is not too much that a person can do. It takes the strength and agility of the right hand to accom­plish most tasks.

Our Pentecostal and Charismatic brothers have claimed this Benjamin word for themselves. They have claimed the power of God to heal and do miracles yet their members are still sick and dying. But when Benjamin joins Joseph we will not see healings and miracles as in the past. The Benjamin word will transform our mortal bodies into immortality and the world will truly bow down to the word made flesh.

Death will be swallowed up of life and God and His Christ will rule and reign in the earth. This first happens in our individual world within, then it will appear in the world as the Sun of Righteousness arising with healing in His wings. Benjamin is soon to join Joseph. When God announces His word it is not long until He brings it to pass. We are ready!

Because of His love, 



WHERE IS BENJAMIN? MESSAGE No. 200 [Jackie Caporaso]          1


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