Joseph's fall and rise teaches us that the last chapter of our story remains to be written.
All about the famous biblical dreamer who inspired a musical.
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Joseph's tears, public and private
Joseph serves as a model of creating opportunities for repentance and forgiveness.
Fear paralyzes us, rendering us incapable of addressing our most pressing problems.
In naming his sons, Joseph communicates his thoughts on living in Egypt, alone and distant from his family.
Joseph's actions in dealing with the famine challenge us to strive for a delicate balance of power and compassion.
By personally handing out rations, Joseph established a human connection and involvement with those for whom he provided.