We can learn something vital from the end of the yosef episode in our sedra. Things have gone from one bad turn to the next for the brothers, and eventually Binyomim - Yaakov's youngest son whom he said he would die from grief if he was left in Egypt - is about to be held accountable for 'stealing' the goblet, and all seems doomed. But from the very source of the problem (the viceroy of Egypt) comes the redemption. Yosef reveals himself, along with a huge message to us:

Redemption and personal saviours can sprout in an instance and from the most likely of sources.

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