Elhanan writes, "The entire biblical theme speaks of an unfolding historical process leading to an ultimate purpose and culmination. Today’s events in Israel are part of that ongoing process in G-d’s continuing and unbroken history."
Michael writes, "Although Jacob was returning, the emphasis is put upon what he did to insure his and his family’s safe re-entry into the land promised through his father and grandfather."
Moran writes, "But I do know that Jacob’s wrestling brought him a new identity, through which God chose to bless the world, and to restore the world back to Him."
Eddie writes, "The light came into the world. Yeshua’s presence lit up the darkness and his life changed those who turned to him."
Ron writes, "Are there areas in your life that you have not surrendered to the Lord, areas where you don’t trust Him? Learn to live as Abram did, realizing that if “God be for you, who can be against you?” (Romans 8:31)"
"In the book of Genesis, Jacob is depicted as being a person of profound character. During his lifetime, he changed his disposition and seemingly matured."
"How often you think of life in terms of “warfare” or “conflict”? As we enter into a spiritual understanding of life with God, we understand that there is a very real war that is going on in and around us."
Eitan writes, "There are so many religions in the world and each one of them claims that it is the true religion, while all others rest are mistaken. This fact causes many to doubt the very existence of God."
"The world is spiralling into sin and where is God in all of this? We await the day of the Lord when God comes with his action of pouring out his holiness. The wrath of the world is not to be equated with the holy wrath of God."
"Yeshua sent out pairs of his disciples on a mission to proclaim the good news of the kingdom. On entering a village, the two disciples were to seek out a worthy man who would offer them lodging and hospitality."