"Now we learn about a man named Joseph. Joseph was the youngest of his brothers and was very special to his father, Jacob. Joseph was given a dream by God that one day he would be a great leader and that his brothers and even his parents would bow down to him."
Papa Otter chimed in, "Joseph's brothers were jealous of him because of his colorful robe his father gave him and his dreams. Joseph's Brothers were so mad and jealous they sold him into slavery. Joseph eventually sold to Potiphar.
Mama Otter continued, "Joseph's brothers to hide what they did tore up Joseph's beautiful room and made it look like he died while tending the flocks."
Lesson: Genesis 37 is about jealousy and anger. We should always be careful about how we treat others and what we say about them. We should always try to be kind and understanding, even when someone else may have hurt us. We should also remember that God has a plan for each and every one of us, and we should trust that even when things seem difficult or unfair. When you feel jealous or angry about someone else's success, remember Joseph. And if you're facing a tough challenge, remember to be strong and persevere, just like Joseph did. God has a plan for you, too, and if you trust in Him, anything is possible.