GOD'S WILL ALWAYS PREVAILS
Passage: Genesis 27:30~46
1. Esau's return (30-41).
As soon as Jacob left, Esau came back with the food he had prepared. The time for the blessing had come, but it had already been given to someone else! When Isaac realized what had happened, he trembled. Isaac declared, "...I blessed him - and indeed he will be blessed!" Isaac had faith that God would accomplish exactly what he promised to do. But what about Esau? Wasn't there a blessing for him? Yes. there was. There is always grace and mercy available to those who trust in God, but Esau sought revenge instead.
2. Rebekah sent Jacob away(42-46).
Rebecca didn't like Esau's Canaanite wives, so she convinced Isaac to send Jacob to get married with a godly woman in Paddan Aram, her own hometown. For this, she had to bear her sorrow not to see her son again.
Prayer : Prayer: Father, we have some of our own trembling to do. Forgive us for seeking our will instead of yours.
One Word : Indeed he will be blessed!
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