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Joseph and the Very Colorful Coat (Did You Know... Old Testament Bible…

by Sunny Griffin

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This is the traditional bible story about Joseph. His dad had 12 sons, but he is the favorite so the other brothers revolt. Their dad bought Joseph a very colorful coat so they got jealous. They sold Joseph as a slave in far away Egypt, but tore up the colorful coat and told their dad that he was killed by a wild animal. But eventually Joseph became a king in Egypt and came back and forgave his brothers.
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This story shows jealousy in its worst state. Hopefully showing that jealousy is not the key to anything.
Classroom Extension ideas:
1. Paint colorful coats
2. Have the kids make a list of all the things they have and remind them to be happy with that, and never jealous of things other people have.
  am925642 | Jul 7, 2015 |
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A simple version of the story of Joseph and his many colored coat.
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