Luke Harriman continues the series on the seven qualities of 2Peter 1:5–11 by taking a close look at the word godliness. One way of defining godliness is a living of one's life in the context of God. While there are many who would argue today that we can be "good without God," the godly person always strives to live in such a way that those looking on will see their good deeds and glorify God. The message concludes by looking at the godliness, or lack thereof, of Joseph in Genesis 44 and 50. If there were one of the seven qualities that Joseph could have made more of an effort to add, perhaps it would be godliness.
Scripture passage: 2Peter 1:5–11

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