In Luke 15, we find the Pharisees and scribes complaining about Christ receiving and eating with sinners. He teaches and rebukes them through three parables and Elder Adam examines the prodigal son. The older brother was angry that his younger brother who was lost but found was receiving so much attention. Even though he was blessed to be with his father the whole time, he didn’t care. Elder Adam proclaims Christ’s example, our older brother, who loved is Father and us enough that he was not willing for us to stay lost, but would bring us home.