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Who’s really in control?

Joseph’s story in the Bible is often used to illustrate forgiveness. Back in the day, when many more kids went to “Sunday School” than do now, Joseph’s story was more familiar. Now, not so much. Yet there are some important adult applications of life-principles to be gained from Joseph’s issues with his brothers who hated him enough to disappear him. They were jealous of Joseph because of the attention their father, Jacob, gave him. Joseph didn’t help the situation by bragging about some of his dreams in which other family members, including all his brothers and his father paid him respect and bowed down to him.

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