How could Yosef be so ready to go to his brothers, knowing how much they hated him?
What are the ramifications of Yosef's reply "Hineini!"?
Oznayim la'Torah: It can be compared to the "Hineini" of Moshe at the Burning Bush, which the Midrash inyterprets as "le'Malchus ve'li'Kehunah'. Here too, Yosef unknowingly declared 'Hineini le'Malchus!'
See Oznayim la'Torah
Seeing as the brothers took it in turn to serve their father, why was it necessary to send Yosef to msake enquiries?
How could Ya'akov send Yosef to his brothers, knowing how much they hated him?
Moshav Zekenim #1 (14), Rosh (15), Hadar Zekenim: Ya'akov thought that it is a Safek if the brothers will harm him, but if the brothers delay in Sh'chemi, Nochrim will definitely kill them 1 to avenge the destruction of Sh'chemi. It is better to tell the brothers to return, even though there is a risk to Yosef.
Moshav Zekenim #2 and Rosh: The brothers would believe only Yosef - if their father sent his favorite son (surely he was adamant that they leave).
Hashem caused Ya'akov to do so. Refer to 37:14:2:1*.
Based on the principle "Ein Safek Motzi mi'Yedei Vaday'.
רש"י: לשון ענוה וזריזות: אולי זה רק לשון עניה על שאלה?