Bible Activity/Discussion

Handsome men in the Bible

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Genesis 39:6Β New International Version (NIV)

So Potiphar left everything he had in Joseph’s care;Β with Joseph in charge, he did not concern himself with anything except the food he ate.

Now Joseph was well-built and handsome,

We just came from reading Genesis 39. We see that Joseph was handsome in form and appearance and he caught the roving eyes of Potiphar’s wife who tried (and failed) to seduce him. We’ve met many males in the Bible, but the emphasis of their beauty was not taken into consideration as Joseph’s (or a few others for that matter).

How the conception of male beauty has changed! In the Bible where a man was called handsome, we now call them pretty boys. It’s like the world is out of manly men! The men lately want to be in touch with their feminine side so they want to be metrosexuals. It’s all part of today’s worldly deception.

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The Bible calls a few other men handsome. One was even praised for his flawless beauty. Can you name them? Answers next Sabbath be it God’s willing as the theme this upcoming week is going to be centered around beauty.Β 

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25 thoughts on “Handsome men in the Bible”

    1. You got one right. To find out which one, tune in this Saturday God’s willing to find out. πŸ˜„Thanks for participating. πŸ’™

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  1. This is a challenging one for me–I’m currently reading the old testament, but maybe I haven’t been paying attention to the handsome men πŸ™‚ I’m curious to know the answer!

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    1. I think all of them are in the OT. I never paid attention to the handsome men before until I was doing Bible studies and came across beauty in the Bible hence this activity was born. πŸ˜„

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    1. Hmm, you might be on to something. πŸ˜‰Thank you for participating and tune in this Saturday God’s willing for the answers. πŸ˜ƒ

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      1. Well, I like that you find this exciting. πŸ˜„I just finished edit and scheduled the post for tomorrow God’s willing.

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