Laban removed all the streaked and speckled animals so the herd would only have solid-colored animals and he would have Jacob’s labor for free. Jacob made a system that caused the offspring of the stronger animals to be...

  The words “tender-eyed” means blue eyed. Back then blue eyes were considered a weakness. Jacob made it obvious that he preferred Rachel over Leah. Read:  Genesis 30 Just joining us on this journey? Click...

Jacob was at Bethel. This was the same place where God showed Abraham all the land that He would give to him and to his seed. Jacob’s vow to God was more of a bargain rather then a loving consecration. Read:  Genesis 29...

Esau wept because he lost his material blessings. He didn’t seek the blessing of God on his life. The descendants of Esau were the Edomites. They were under the dominion of the Israelites for a long time but they finally...

Isaac had the same lack of faith that his father did. He said his wife was his sister to protect himself. “Esek” means strife. “Sitnah” means contention. “Rehoboth” means room for us all....

  The name Jacob means heal catcher and the name Esau means hairy. Jacob was referred to as a “plain man” which meant he was delicate. Jacob desired the birthright but Esau didn’t care about it. Read: ...

The story of Isaac and Rebekah symbolizes the Holy Spirit finding a bride (the church) for the son (Christ). Eliezer was a selfless person through this story. He spoke more of Abraham and Isaac then of himself.  This is a...

Abraham’s dealings with Sarah’s burial gives us an insight as to how he dealt with the Canaanites. Read:  Genesis 24 Just joining us on this journey? Click this My Journey Through the Bible link to catch up with...

God’s fellowship with Abraham revealed a deeper knowledge of the heart of God. God tested Abraham and he passed the test.  His test was comparable to John 3:16 where God the Father sacrificed His son. The word...

The birth of Isaac was one example of the amazing power of God. The promise to Abraham “in Isaac shall thy seed be called” is a promise that will help Abraham in an upcoming trial. The word “Beersheba”...

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