In the Jewish worldview, Joseph the Patriarch has long been understood to be a prototype of the Messiah. The Talmud speaks about the "Mashiach ben Yoseph" and his death as a suffering servant who would bring partial redemption to Israel and pave the way for the coming of "Mashiach ben David." This book goes into a detailed analysis of the story of Joseph and his brethren which serves as a roadmap to salvation. Starting from the general framework of the two parallel narratives, the father`s beloved son is sent to check on his brothers, is rejected by them and sold as a slave to the gentiles, then he becomes a mighty ruler over the gentiles while hiding his face from his brothers, up to the `happy end` when he reveals himself to them. Our study goes further and deeper into the analogies between this wonderful story and Messianic prophecies. 43 pages.