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Published by Longmans, Green in London .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Statementby Sir Edwin Arnold.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 136 p. ;
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22933355M

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  THE WIFE OF POTIPHAR. A play written by Harvey Maitland Watts [The Wife of Potiphar has been set to music by Carl Linn Seiler, a member of the University of Pennsylvania.] DRAMATIC EPISODE—IN ONE SCENE CHARACTERS INVOLVED: POTIPHAR; an middle-aged royal Egyptian official of high rank. (Out of action.). Genesis 39 Contemporary English Version (CEV) Joseph and Potiphar’s Wife. 39 The Ishmaelites took Joseph to Egypt and sold him to Potiphar, the king’s [] official in charge of the palace guard. So Joseph lived in the home of Potiphar, his Egyptian owner. Soon Potiphar realized that the Lord was helping Joseph to be successful in whatever he did. 4 Potiphar liked Joseph and .   Here’s an old sermon on the little known story of Joseph and Potiphar’s wife. This was my second stab at the same passage. I guess Joseph’s moral fortitude all depends on how was good-looking Potiphar’s wife Genesis 39 I can’t; I’m not that strong. That’s not my story. My sermon title for you today is: In Between Doxologies.   The story of Potiphar's wife seems on the surface to be little more in the plot line than a stepping stone from Joseph's induction into Egyptian society as a slave, to his summoning by the Pharoah for dream interpretation. Granted, the story of the original desperate housewife, Mrs. P, was set in Egypt almost years.