Patriarch, God-wrestler, deceiver and deceived—Jacob's life story consumes nearly half of Genesis. MacArthur's 12-week study shows how Jacob's "dysfunctional" clan illustrates God's providence, judgment, and mercy; and reveals key doctrinal themes of a father's blessing and God's sovereignty. Profiles offer deeper understanding of Joseph, Pharaoh's butler, and others. Includes extensive commentary and discussion questions for individual or group study. Scripture quotations are from the NKJV. 128 pages, softcover from Nelson.
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Date:June 24, 2011
Location:New York, NY
Able to understand in simple language what God's Word has to say.