There’s an old saying that goes something like this: many people pass the test of poverty only to fail the test of plenty. The idea being that many people do okay while living in poverty, but if they become wealthy, they don’t do as well. Joseph remained faithful to God and very honest during his time of slavery and imprisonment. But in Genesis 42, Joseph had become incredibly powerful and wealthy. His ten brothers who had sold him into slavery, came before him practically begging for food. Joseph deceived them, he played mind games on them, he messed with them, he exacted his revenge. Joseph had suffered for years in slavery and prison, and now it was payback time. Read through the chapter, and ask yourself if these were the actions of a godly person. How would you have responded in the same situation? What will you do when you are given a chance to repay someone evil for evil? How will you repay someone who has genuinely hurt you?