When God’s will doesn’t seem to be going our way, our natural instinct is to assume he needs some help. Instead of asking him to take the wheel, we want to put him in the passenger seat. As Joseph sits in prison he must have struggled with disappointment and disillusionment. Joseph had worked hard and been faithful at every turn, but the car seems have run off the road. When God’s will leaves us disappointed, when his answers to our prayers seem unfair, when it feels like he has forgotten about us and we are on our own how do we respond? Following God’s will often means accepting the way things are now, while having faith that the story is still being written.