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Is It Blind Faith?

Out of the frying pan and into the fire, at least that’s what Jacob thought. Laban tracked him down with every intention of ill-will, but that was now behind him because of God’s intervention. Esau was ahead of him and he had no idea what his intentions were although he assumed it couldn’t be good with amassing a small army of 400 friends. God reassured him through his protective angels surrounding him. In the instructions given to his servants of the message that was to be shared with Esau and then in his prayer, we see a much different man than 20 years earlier. In both the message and his prayer we see genuine humility. We are reminded of how we should approach God: praying His Word, praying His will and praying in humility.