When you think of the story of Jesus Christ, you probably don’t picture a man named Joseph, whose life and death were so complicated.
It’s hard to imagine that a man with such a tragic past would have made it to the age of 80.
But, like a lot of other stories of love, it turns out Joseph’s journey to the grave was a little more complicated than you might expect.
For one thing, Joseph had a very unusual birth.
The Bible describes his mother’s death at childbirth as the result of a stroke.
That, of course, wasn’t the only reason Joseph wasn’t born to a woman named Mary, as the Bible makes it clear that he was born to his brother Joseph.
But it wasn’t just Mary’s death that was a source of great sorrow for Joseph.
After Mary died, his father was given the task of raising Joseph, but after Joseph’s mother’s sudden death, Joseph’s father and mother went into hiding.
For the next four years, Joseph was raised by a family that didn’t understand him.
After his father died, Joseph went to live with his brother in the desert.
This was when Joseph started to notice things that he didn’t expect to notice.
For instance, the night Joseph’s brother died, he noticed that his brother was bleeding.
It wasn’t until his mother returned from the tomb that Joseph started feeling better.
It was around this time that Joseph was given a new name, and it’s one that has stuck with him all his life.
Joseph’s story of love and death was also a story of redemption.
Jesus is often called the “Son of Man,” but his name comes from the Hebrew word meaning “the son of God.”
Joseph had the misfortune of growing up in a very small and violent community.
In a world where a single father was supposed to lead his family to salvation, Joseph didn’t have much of an option.
In fact, it wasn’s not even clear if Joseph was actually a Christian.
As a teenager, Joseph and his family were accused of being members of the Jewish community and sent to the infamous “Ghetto” in Ghetto B, or “Little Jerusalem.”
Joseph was sent to live in a concentration camp called “The Mountain of Olives.”
When Joseph was about seven years old, he fell into a deep depression.
As he told his mother, he couldn’t sleep because he was so angry.
Joseph began to feel like a burden.
He even thought about committing suicide.
At the age in which he was most vulnerable, Joseph began experiencing visions of his brother, Jesus.
The images were too powerful to ignore.
As his father went to the prison, Joseph found out about Jesus.
When Jesus showed Joseph his life story, Joseph felt that he could finally see the way things were in the world.
Jesus told Joseph that he would teach him to love everyone.
But when Jesus returned from his mission, he didn