In this week's Parasha Vayechi, there is a huge gap in the story. Ya'akov says he will tell his children what will happen to them at the end of days. Instead of revealing the plan of the final return to Israel, he blesses them. How can we explain this gap?
In this week's Torah reading of Vayigash, Yosef's brothers come down to Egypt because of the terrible famine in the land of Israel. There is a difference between their original plan and the reality at the end of the Parasha.
In this week's Torah reading of "Vayeshev", the central figure is Yosef. The Talmud tells us that before the appearance of Mashiach Ben David, there is another one, Mashiach Ben Yosef. Why do we need both?