I expected to find a heavy narrative that would be slow reading. Instead, I found The Hand of God to be an incredibly approachable narrative. I never once thought “I already know this” as Begg walked through the narrative of Joseph verse by verse. Rather, I found myself encouraged by things I had never seen in the story. And I was challenged to see things a new way because I was learning new things about ancient history.
Begg opened my eyes to see places where God was interacting in the details of Joseph’s life in small ways. And how the reaction of Joseph impacted the relationship God and Joseph shared. I walked away understanding more strongly the sovereignty of God. And believing that God truly does care about the small moments of my life.