Joseph reveals himself to his brothers
When Joseph reveals himself to his brothers, what kind of guilt did they experience. Here's this brother you sold into slavery, thinking you'd never have to face him again, and suddenly here he is. Not only do you have to face him, and are dependant upon his good graces, but you have to go back to your father who was almost killed by the loss of this son, and come up with some kind of explanation for how he is now alive. Did they tell their father the truth of what happened? How did Jacob handle that? Was he able to forgive them? How long did that take? Did they tell him a VERSION of the truth? Did they live in fear that someday Joseph or someone else would tell him what really happened.
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