This last section can be summed up by the words in verse 21, “But the Lord was with Joseph and showed him steadfast love and gave him favor.” Love and grace are what God gave Joseph. This is displayed through Potiphar and the keeper of the prison. a. Grace and favor with Potiphar. Potiphar is clearly embarrassed and angered by the accusation of his wife. He takes Joseph in puts him in the walled prison where the prisoners of the king were kept. But, that’s it? In Psalm 105:18 “it says that his feet were hurt with fetters; his neck was put in a collar of iron.” He will spend a couple of years in prison, but according to Egyptian law, he could have given him 1000 blows. If found guilty he could have received worse. Many suggest that Potiphar did not fully believe his wife and her purity and that is his reason for leniency. But we know the ultimate reason, the love, and favor of God. b. Grace and favor with the jailer. Because of God’s love and favor not only does Joseph excel as a servant but also as a prisoner. He is so trusted by the jailer that if anything was done in the prison it was done by Joseph. The keeper of the prison trusted Joseph so much that he basically transferred his job to him, without pay of course, but Joseph had the responsibility.