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Then Jacob said, “O God of my father Abraham and God of my father Isaac, the Lord who said to me, ‘Return to your country and to your family, and I will deal well with you’ Genesis 32.9

Jacob understood that it was bad that he did not consult the Lord. We should understand that as well. Ignoring such an attitude almost always causes us to get into trouble or face fright. Why should we despise the Creator, who has capacity beyond our imagination, if we can enjoy this perfection of knowledge? With His advice, we will not have insoluble problems and we will live well.

The person who perseveres in prayer is connected to the Lord, as long as he bases his life on the revelation of the Scriptures. The person who is not grounded in the Word stumbles and constantly experiences difficulties. Jesus said: You search the Scriptures, for in them you think you have eternal life; and these are they which testify of Me. But you are not willing to come to Me that you may have life. (John 5.39,40). Live well, always connected to Christ!

Jacob began to remind the Lord of what He had promised, so the divine hand was already moving upon his life. Although you have turned away from the Father and you are suffering at the hands of the evil one, recognize your mistake and ask for forgiveness. Soon you will feel the move of God in your heart (1 John 1.9). Every servant of the Most High can receive the Holy Spirit´s assistance, who teaches us everything that is written in the Holy Book (John14.26).

The heir of promise spoke to God, citing His command to return to his land, to his father’s house, promising to do him good. When he heard the heavenly voice, he believed that what was necessary for the trip to Canaan was prepared. For this reason, the two armies of angels left to meet him as soon as he began his journey back home. This happens to those who have faith.

He acknowledged that he was less than all the works of beneficence done by God and all the faithfulness that had been shown to him (Genesis 32.10). He shouldn´t have any doubt that everything would be provided for him. When he humbled himself, he did not do it with the intention of gaining divine favor, but rather – give thanks for the blessings received. Every saved person should think about the benefits of which he is aware, and humbly be thankful for them (Colossians 3.16).

Jacob still acknowledged that he was alone when he was called, but then the number of his family members increased, as well as his servants and possessions. Now he did not want God’s favor to stop being dispensed upon him, and he wanted to be helped in the case of his brother Esau, who had sworn to kill him when meeting him. Reminding God of what has been done is of much more benefit to us, for He never forgets us.

The Word recommends acknowledging the Lord, with the promise that He will make our paths straight: In all your ways acknowledge Him, And He shall direct your paths (Proverbs 3.6). All those who have sought God have found Him, unless they have been unfaithful in His presence (Luke 11.9). He can change your life now. Take advantage of it!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares


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God of the true servants! We cannot be unfaithful to You, for You are not unfaithful to us. Our faithfulness is a gift that will lead us before You, provided we pray on Your promises. Hallelujah!

Jacob prayed remembering the patriarchs Abraham and Isaac. What You had promised to them also belonged to Jacob. In the same way, we have been recreated in Christ for the good works that You prepared beforehand. What you gave to Jesus is ours!

Thank You for making us Your heirs. Your words to Your people and to Your Church are ours. There is no one to stop us from claiming what is written in the Bible. To You be the glory, the honor and praise!


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Program 1334
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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
(Genesis 11:23)


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