Can you imagine how the brothers are feeling now? They have to go back to their Father and say “Dad you know that you were petrified that the Egyptian would kill or keep your youngest son? And you know how we promised to look after him, well ahhhh The Egyptian kept him.” How are they possibly going to tell their father the very news he dreads? How are they going to own up to making the biggest mistake of their life’s? Well we will find out how they do later, but for now how about you? How would you react if you blew it and had to tell someone you loved and respected? How would you react if you did what you believed to be an unforgivable sin and had to tell you parents, youth worker or friends? Would you have the guts to stand up and say “I stuffed up, and I was wrong and now I am going to put it right” That takes guts, it takes commitment and it takes someone who seeks God when they feel worthless as well as when they fell super holy. Remember when those times come, Gods view of you has not changed. God would still have sent his son to die on a cross for you, no matter what you did. Because it is not about what you did, it is about what Jesus did. So when those “stuff up” moments come, take a deep breath, say a prayer asking for help and do what is right knowing that God is with you.