Unhappiness because of what someone else has. Wanting what isn't yours (See also envy)
"Anger is cruel and fury overwhelming, but who can stand before jealousy?" Proverbs 27:4
While searching for different attributes of jealousy, children learn why God's jealousy is righteous but ours is not.
Children put the Biblical events about Joseph and his angry, jealous brothers in chronological order.
Our jealousy is wrong, but Godís jealousy is holy and just.
After completing this lesson, the children will see how jealousy and pursuing selfish desires can be destructive.
This lesson will explain the difference between Godís jealousy and human jealousy. The children will understand why jealousy is one of Godís attributes and one of humanityís defects.
A lesson that teachs children that God works for the good of those who love Him.
In this lesson, the children will learn how to choose love and forgiveness over getting even, through the Old Testament Bible story of Joseph.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand how much God wants them to worship Him, and Him alone.
A jealous heart is never happy. An object talk to show how easily jealousy can show its ugly green eyes.
A simple Object Talk to show how much God desires our love and adoration, all throughout our lives.
(Crossword) An easy crossword puzzle using key words from the story of Joseph and his jealous brothers.
(Word Search) After completing this word search, the children will not be puzzled as to why God's jealousy is holy and just while theirs is not.
A skit about a boy who would rather catch a fish than catch a ball, and how he faced conflict with his jealous brother. (A skit for three persons)