Moran writes, "In this week’s parasha, we can see one of the reasons that we are to read the entire Word of God as a whole, rather than dividing it into two parts."
Michael writes, "It would appear that even though Joseph had forgiven his brothers—he had even acknowledged that their actions were actually used by Hashem for their very salvation (Genesis 45.4-8)—the brothers seemingly had not accepted that forgiveness."
Jonathan writes, "We have our plans, but are reluctant to consider than G-d may have different plans that may not involve what we want or think is good. We need to hear G-d's word to us today..."
Moran writes, "Our lives are all a matter of perspective! Do we look at everything that happens in our lives from a self-centered perspective, or from a godly perspective?"
Michael writes, "One of the primary lessons to be learnt though the narratives of the patriarchs, especially that of Joseph, is that the LORD is in control of all things. I am not saying He planned for the brothers to hate Joseph or that the hatred would be fueled by Jacob’s favoritism. But, in His foreknowledge..."
Rabbi Itzhak Shapira, Rabbi Bernstein and Rabbi Italki discuss this week's Torah portion. Why the word ויגש (Vayegash) is so important, and what can...
Jonathan writes, "Where do you stand on abundance? Do you spend everything that is in your wallet and then some, or do you limit your expense and consumption of the world's resources?"
Michael writes, "Whether our situation is of our own making or just something that this fallen world tosses at us, we can rest in the assurance that the LORD, who keeps Israel will keep you and me as we continue to walk in His ways."
Joseph writes, "Take the example of Joseph no matter where you are don’t be an alien find a place where you can contribute and do your best job. After that just wait upon the Lord and pray!"
Moran writes about Joseph: "His faith was not in the words that he spoke, but rather in the way he lived; he chose to live righteously before the Lord, even at the cost of the false accusations that followed."