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0-6岁*讲故事 | 约瑟和他的彩衣 JOSEPH AND HIS COLORFUL ROBE



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介绍

一个关于雅各的儿子约瑟的故事,他的生活就像他的袍子一样丰富多彩。


主题

行为, 家庭, 嫉妒, 约瑟, 仁慈

时间

约10分钟


故事

从前有个老人,名叫雅各。他已经有十个儿子了,这时他的妻子拉结又生了两个儿子,先是约瑟,然后是便雅悯。这十二个儿子中,约瑟很容易就成了雅各最偏爱的,因为他是最年轻的两个儿子之一。


约瑟长大后是个好青年。他总以虔诚和顺服对待父亲。正因为如此,他的父亲送给了他一件昂贵的彩衣。


而约瑟的兄弟们,至少他们中大多数,根本就不喜欢约瑟,特别是当雅各偏待约瑟时。无论约瑟做什么,说什么,他的兄弟们都不高兴。当他们做错事而约瑟发现时,他会去告诉父亲。他只想帮助兄弟们,但这只是增加他们对他的憎恨。


你能想象有人在你每次做错事时都告密吗?反正,他们没有改正,而是继续做,不管他们对约瑟有多恼火,而且他们越遇到麻烦,就越不喜欢约瑟。


对约瑟来说,尽管这很难,尽管他的兄弟们显然不喜欢他,他仍和他们有交流,特别是关于他的梦。有一天,他走到他们面前。


"听听我作的这个梦吧," 约瑟说,"我们在田里捆禾稼,突然我的禾捆站了起来,站得笔直,而你们的禾捆围着我的禾捆,向它低头。"


兄弟们质问约瑟说:"你是说我们要向你低头,你比我们都大吗?" 他们真的生气了,他们对他怒吼。


可怜的约瑟挠挠头。因为他还年轻,不明白他们为什么对他这么生气。然后你猜怎么着?他又作了个梦,而这一次他不仅告诉了他的兄弟们,还跑去告诉他的父亲雅各。


"听," 他说,"我又作了一个梦,这次太阳、月亮和十一颗星都向我下拜。"


现在他的兄弟们都气得脸色发红。他的父亲雅各也开始担心起来,惊诧地对约瑟说:"哦,约瑟,你是不是真的说我们都要在你面前下拜!"


这最后一个梦让他的兄弟们非常恼怒,以至于他们密谋要杀死他。机会来了,有一天,约瑟的父亲派他到一个叫多坍的地方去找他的兄弟们。


"我们把他那件彩衣脱掉,然后杀了他," 他们说,“我们要告诉父亲,他被一只凶猛的动物吃了。让我们看看这个作梦的人还能做什么。"


兄弟们密谋实施他们的计划。然而,当听到这个计划时,大哥流便想出了一个办法来救约瑟。他对其他兄弟说:"我们就把他扔到这个坑里吧。" 暗地里,流便希望他以后能救出约瑟。


另一个叫犹大的兄弟也不希望约瑟受到伤害,他说:"我们为什么不把他卖掉赚钱,把他留在坑里等死对我们没有好处。"


"是啊,你说得对。我们不妨从他身上赚些钱,作为对他给我们造成的痛苦的赔偿。" 另一个兄弟说。


于是他们决定不杀约瑟,而是把他塞进一个深坑里。约瑟被困住了,无法脱身。几个小时后,一群以实玛利人过来了,他的兄弟们都同意把约瑟像奴隶一样卖给他们。


买下约瑟的人把他带到埃及,他在那里做了很多年的奴隶。因为他的心与神相合,所以他在那里的时候,神一直保守他。约瑟努力工作,尽管有许多其他困难,但他最终变得非常成功。由于那地的统治者对约瑟非常满意,他让约瑟成为整个埃及的第二把手。此时,约瑟又一次收到了一件装饰用的细麻布袍,这次是埃及的法老送给他的。


故事结束



*** 英文版 ********


JOSEPH AND HIS COLORFUL ROBE

This is a story about Jacob’s son Joseph, whose life was as colorful as his robe. TOPICS: Behavior, Family, Jealousy, Joseph, Kindness

DURATION: Approximately 10 minutes Once there was a very old man named Jacob. He already had ten sons, when his wife Rachel gave birth to two more, first Joseph, then Benjamin. Of his twelve sons, Joseph easily became Jacob's favorite, because he was one of the youngest. Joseph grew up to be a good young man. He always acted in a godly and obedient way to his father. Because of this, his father gave him an expensive colorful robe. Genesis 37 (Paraphrased)


Now Joseph’s brothers, at least most of them, did not like him at all, especially when Jacob treated Joseph better than his other sons. Whatever Joseph did, or said, nothing pleased his brothers. When they were doing something wrong and Joseph would find out about it, Joseph would go and tell his father. He only wanted to help his brothers, but this only multiplied their hatred of him.

Could you imagine your brother snitching on you every time you did something wrong? Well, instead of doing what was right, they went right on with their business, no matter how annoyed they were with Joseph. The more they got in trouble, the more they disliked him. It was hard for Joseph, but despite his brothers obvious dislike for him, he still talked to them, especially about his dreams. One day he went up to them.

"Listen to this dream I had," Joseph said. "We were binding sheaves of grain out in the field when suddenly my sheaf rose and stood upright, while your sheaves gathered around mine and bowed down to it." (Gen 37:6-7NIV)

His brothers questioned Joseph replying, “Are you saying that we are going to bow down to you, that you are greater than us?” They really got angry as they growled at him.

Poor Joseph scratched his head. Because he was young, he did not understand why they were so mad at him. Then guess what? He had another dream, only this time not only did he tell his brothers, but he ran to tell his father Jacob also.

"Listen," he said, "I had another dream, and this time the sun and moon and eleven stars were bowing down to me." (Gen 37:9 NIV)

Now his brothers were red with anger. His father Jacob became concerned and said to Joseph in dismay, “Oh Joseph, are you actually saying we are all going to bow down to the ground before you!”

This last dream bothered his brothers so much that they plotted to kill him. The opportunity came one day when Joseph's father sent him out to look for his brothers in a place called Dothan.

“Let’s remove his beautiful robe and kill him,” they said. “We will tell father that a ferocious animal ate him. Let’s see what this dreamer can do”.

The brothers plotted to carry out their plan. However, when he heard about the plan, the oldest brother Rueben devised a way to save Joseph. He said to the other brothers, “Let’s just throw him in this cistern.” Secretly, Reuben was hoping he could rescue Joseph later on. Another brother named Judah did not really want Joseph to be hurt, and said, “Why don’t we just make money by selling him, it will do us no good to leave him in the desert to die." “Yeah, you're right. We might as well make money off him as payback for the misery he caused us,” said another brother.

So they decided not kill Joseph, Instead they stuffed him in a deep well called a cistern. Joseph was stuck. He could not get out. Then a few hours later, a group of Ishmaelites came by and his brothers all agreed to sell Joseph to them like a slave.

The men, who bought Joseph, took him to Egypt, and he served there as a slave for many years. Because his heart was right with the Lord, God protected him while he was living there. Joseph worked hard and despite many other hardships, he eventually became very successful. Since the ruler of the land was so pleased with Joseph’s hard work, he made Joseph the second in command of all of Egypt. Once again, Joseph received an ornamental robe of fine linen, this time from the great Pharaoh of Egypt.

THE END

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