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God may unexpectedly show up in your life, just like He did with Jacob.
God can use people whose lives aren’t as upright as they should be.
Jacob lied and manipulated to get the things he wanted out of life, even the very thing God had already promised to him from the beginning when he said, “the older will serve the younger.” Jacob’s hastiness and deception left him fractured from his family and filled with fear. In the midst of his risky return journey to face his brother, he had an encounter with the God of his fathers who had not forgotten him. Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google … Read More >
Jacob wanted a blessing, but God wanted a confession first.
Why do good people often act in such selfish, destructive, and evil ways? This series helps us face the truth about ourselves and then introduces us to the marvelous grace and mercy of God. Here we see our self-deceptions, our unwillingness to see our selfishness, and our uncanny ability to …
God used circumstances in Jacob’s life to force him on a journey back home to reconcile with his estranged brother. He could no longer hide from his wrongdoings. On the way, he wrestles with God and is left in a dependent state. For the first time in Jacob’s life, he cannot rely on his own devices or schemes—and despite his fear, he has to reconcile with Esau God’s way. God has reconciled us to Himself, and He is the author of our reconciliation with each other. Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 … Read More >
Ask Pastor Lutzer
The Jacob/Esau birthright deal seems to be superstitious nonsense.
God is not obligated to honor contract deals by liars and …
Well Edward, I’m a little surprised by your question because this is not superstition.
It’s there in the Bible, as …