Experiment - OT: Joseph forgives his brothers (The heart of ice)
What can a frozen heart teach us about the story of Joseph reconciling with his brothers?
With a frozen heart, Juda and his eight brothers throw Joseph into the pit. Twenty years later you might expect that Joseph’s heart has become frozen. Thankfully that isn’t the case. Juda’s frozen heart is even starting to melt, as he offers to save Benjamin. What does a heart of ice feel like?
This activity is part of a comprehensive Sunday school lesson on Joseph's reconciliation with his brothers in Genesis 44 and 45.
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