Please read point 26 of this story. Write down the story of Joseph the Father of Lord for salvation. If you want, give the writtent story to somebody else:
"The History of Joseph the Carpenter
IN the name of God, of one essence and three persons.
The History of the death of our father, the holy old man, Joseph the carpenter.
May his blessings and prayers preserve us all, O brethren! Amen.
His whole life was one hundred and eleven years, and his departure from this world happened on the twenty-sixth of the month Abib, which answers to the month Ab. May his prayer preserve us! Amen. And, indeed, it was our Lord Jesus Christ Himself who related this history to His holy disciples on the Mount of Olives, and all Joseph’s labour, and the end of his days. And the holy apostles have preserved this conversation, and have left it written down in the library at Jerusalem. May their prayers preserve us! Amen. 
- It happened one day, when the Saviour, our Master, God, and Saviour Jesus Christ, was sitting along with His disciples, and they were all assembled on the Mount of Olives, that He said to them: O my brethren and friends, sons of the Father who has chosen you from all men, you know that I have often told you that I must be crucified, and must die for the salvation of Adam and his posterity, and that I shall rise from the dead. Now I shall commit to you the doctrine of the holy gospel formerly announced to you, that you may declare it. throughout the whole world. And I shall endow you with power from on high, and fill you with the Holy Spirit.  And you shall declare to all nations repentance and remission of sins.  For a single cup of water,  if a man shall find it in the world to come, is greater and
better than all the wealth of this whole world. And as much ground as one foot
can occupy in the house of my Father, is greater and more excellent than all
the riches of the earth. Yea, a single hour in the joyful dwelling of the
pious is more blessed and more precious than a thousand years among
sinners:  inasmuch as their weeping and lamentation shall not come to an
end, and their tears shall not cease, nor shall they find for themselves
consolation and repose at any time for ever. And now, O my honoured members,
go declare to all nations, tell them, and say to them: Verily the Saviour
diligently inquires into the inheritance which is due, and is the
administrator of justice. And the angels will cast down their enemies, and
will fight for them in the day of conflict. And He will examine every single
foolish and idle word which men speak, and they shall give an account of
it.  For as no one shall escape death, so also the works of every man shall
be laid open on the day of judgment, whether they have been good or evil. 
Tell them also this word which I have said to you to-day: Let not the strong
man glory in his strength, nor the rich man in his riches; but let him who
wishes to glory, glory in the Lord. 
- There was a man whose name was Joseph, sprung from a family of Bethlehem, a town of Judah, and the city of King David. This same man, being well furnished with wisdom and learning, was made a priest in the temple of the Lord. He was, besides. skilful in his trade, which was that of a carpenter; and after the manner of all men, he married a wife. Moreover, he begot for himself sons and daughters, four sons, namely, and two daughters. Now these are their names–Judas, Justus, James, and Simon. The names of the two daughters were Assia and Lydia. At length the wife of righteous Joseph, a woman intent on the divine glory in all her works, departed this life. But Joseph, that righteous man, my father after the flesh, and the spouse of my mother Mary, went away with his sons to his trade, practising the art of a carpenter.