1 Then Joseph [Yosef] could not refrain himself before all them that stood by him; and he cried, Cause every man [kol ish] to go out from me. And there stood no man [ish] with him, while [Yoseph] made himself known unto his brethren [achim].

The conclusion is comforting to those who commit their way to God. It may seem to them that God is not only working with them, but actually working against them. Let them remember the agony of Joseph in the pit, in slavery, in false imprisonment and learn that the darkest paths of their life may be the ways appointed for them to reach liberty and life, wealth and honour-yea, a throne in the kingdom of the anti-typical Joseph, who himself had to tread the dark and tearful valley of humiliation, and who, in the day of his glory, will introduce all his brethren, amongst many bright stars, to the most interesting of Jacob's sons.

Ways of Providence Ch 8