Joseph's brothers

Joseph’s brothers

sold him into slavery out of envy and hatred. [O.T.: Genesis 37:18–28]

Joseph’s brothers

resented him for Jacob’s love and gift. [O.T.: Genesis 37:4]
See: Envy
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Appearing as Joseph's brothers are Marcellus Burt, Eric Deutz, Derek Fawcett, Peter Gertas, Ryan Jozaitis, Artem Lazarev, Brian Mengler, Shane Roberie, Kyle Ryan, Benjamin Salt and Ryan Smetana.
Before you judge Joseph's brothers harshly, think about it for a second.
Joseph's brothers were, without exception, engaging and entertaining as well as being talented vocalists.
The rest of the Haigh family stayed on for a while in Worsbrough, Joseph's brothers being assistant teachers in their father's school.
Joseph's brothers hated him because he was their father's favorite and because Joseph had a special connection with God.
Demetrius explains as follows: "But though Joseph had prospered for 9 years, he did not send for his father, because he was a shepherd, as were Joseph's brothers; and to the Egyptians it is disgraceful to be a shepherd.
Professor Levenson explores such questions as: Why did Joseph's brothers hate him so?
Also on impressive form were those playing Joseph's brothers, taking us from a hoedown one minute to Brazilian carnival the next.
Also on impressive form are the actors in the roles of Joseph's brothers. Joseph's score isn't one to be pigeon-holed, taking audiences from a hoedown one minute to a Brazilian carnival the next and the guys showed great versatility and real strength in numbers.
The best group performance award went to Joseph's brothers, while Colin Ellson and Helen Massam were voted best duo.
Among individual little gems was Max Kumangai as one of Joseph's brothers performing a calypso number while ostensibly begging for forgiveness and mercy.
Joseph's brothers came to understand their errors, to repent, and to know true sacrificial forgiveness.