Joseph catches up to his brothers in the desert and accuses them of stealing from him, little did his brothers know that Joseph had planted his goblet in Benjamin's bag. Knowing that the penalty of stealing in Egypt was death Judah offers himself in Benjamin's place because he knows that their father would be heartbroken if Banjamin died.
Joseph reveals himself to his brothers and invites his whole family to come and live with him is Egypt.
Joseph explains the Pharaohs dream and tells him that Egypt will have seven years of good harvest and then seven years of famine. The Pharaoh was so impressed by Joseph that he put him in charge of the grain and gave him an Egyptian name, Zaphenath-paneah.
Joseph's brothers come to him requesting grain. He tells them that he thinks they are spies and that they must bring their younger brother Benjamin to him and then they will get their grain and he keeps Simeon as a hostage.
Once Joseph has seen Benjamin he throws a party for them and shows them his prized possession, a goblet given to him by the Pharaoh then gives the brothers grain and sends them on their way.