Gen. 50:19-21 But Joseph told them, "Don't be afraid of me. Am I God to judge and punish you? As far as I am concerned, God turned into good what you meant for evil. He brought me to the high position I have today so I could save the lives of my people. No, don't be afraid. Indeed, I myself will take care of you and your families." And he spoke very kindly to them, reassuring them.
Jacob had died and now Joseph's brothers became afraid. Joseph had the power and authority to make life miserable for them. In most people's eyes they were justified in their fears. The natural thing to do would be to get even with them for what they had done. But, Joseph was not like most people; he was a child and servant of God.
God has a knack for turning the evil intentions of man into good. God had a job for Joseph to do and He worked things out in such a way that Joseph ended up in the right place at the right time to do the right thing to enable God's promise to His children to be fulfilled. God's greater plan was to create a nation of people who He could call His own. He included Joseph in His plan. Joseph was placed in Egypt to become the go-to person for people to survive the severe draught and establish a safe place for Jacob's family to live and prosper instead of dying because of the draught. God used Joseph to preserve His people. Joseph understood his role and humbly used his role to take care of his brothers and their families.
Blessed is he who understands that who and what they are in life are a part of God's plan to redeem souls. You are in a unique position to influence people for Christ that no one else can. God has made you the way you are with the gifts you have to make a difference for Him in the world. Blessed is he who humbly serves the Lord with all his heart, mind, and soul in a lost and dying world.