Like Judah's approach to Joseph, the people of Israel must sometimes remind God of our unique commitment to one another.
Joseph interprets Pharaoh's dreams and is appointed to implement Egypt's anti-famine plan, which brings him into contact with his brothers again.
Isaac's birth, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, the exile of Hagar and the ultimate sacrifice.
Abram and Sarai follow God's call to journey to Canaan, where the covenant between God and Abraham is affirmed.
As God promises to accompany Jacob into exile, we learn that sometimes the challenge of being fully present and sharing in someone's pain is greater than relieving their suffering.
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A flood destroys all living creatures, aside from Noah, his family and the animals in their ark.
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Through his experiences with his nephew Lot, Abraham learns valuable parenting skills.
The sequence of the six orders follows the precedent of Scripture
Sarah's death illustrates the flaw of attempting to impose perfect justice on an imperfect world.