Touching The God Of Jacob

Author: Dennis Paul Goldsworthy-Davis
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Jacob was a man who had many encounters with God. Starting with his encounter at Bethel where his grandfather Abraham had built an altar, he experienced many places where God intervened in his life to fulfill God's will through him and the budding nation of Israel. The Lord had to fulfill His covenant with Abraham and produce a nation to bring forth the Messiah. This could not be done without Jacob becoming who he needed to be. This is so often true of us as well. We are necessary to the purposes of God. Yet in our natural state we are incapable of agreeing with the Lord so what He desires and needs can be accomplished. He has to fashion us into what is necessary to His will being done. This is what the times and places of encounter were about in Jacob's life. The Lord is the master craftsman. He knows how to form us.God takes us in our natural state and through encounters with Him, we become His work of art or masterpiece. This is what happened with Jacob. He started off in the natural as Jacob but became Israel, a prince of God. Every time we have an encounter with the presence and glory of God, we receive another dimension of grace. This grace is what fashions and transforms us into that which is necessary to the God's purposes. We are moved from who we are naturally to who we are meant to be supernaturally. In this book 'Touching the God of Jacob" my good friend, Dennis Goldsworthy-Davis unveils and unlocks this idea and others. Dennis writes from a wealth of experience of encounters with God. He understands not just from a theological place, but a lifetime of walking with God, what touching and being touched by God does in a person's life. This is why he is so jealous for this in his life, but also desires to see it unlocked in yours as well. I believe this book will do just that. EXCERPTS FROM PREFACE BY ROBERT HENDERSON

The God Of Abraham Isaac Jacob

Author: Watchman Nee
Editor: Living Stream Ministry
ISBN: 0870839322
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The Lord Of Glory

Author: Jacob Thompson
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Christians today make strong professions of the Lord being their only God and that they serve him faithfully. Unfortunately, however, many of these same Christians have little to no relationship with and knowledge of God. This is largely do in part because they do not truly know who he is. Contrary to the modern-day pharisees that tell us that he is too hard to understand, this book, in very meticulous detail, will lay out in a very easy to understand manner of learning who the Creator God is. "The Lord of Glory" covers hundreds upon hundreds of scriptures from numerous books of the Holy Bible, and nothing else, to accurately present the Lord as he describes himself in his word. Over the course of three sections, Jacob M. Thompson, explains not just the Lord himself, but how he created us, and refutes some of the false depictions of the Lord people have been led to believe. If you have ever wanted to get to know the Creator God above, without all the annoying and convoluted scholarly jargon, this is definitely the book for you!

Jacob

Author: F. B. Meyer
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ISBN: 9780899571829
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The story of Jacob's life portrays victories as well as failures. Jacob's journeys are some of the most intriguing life journeys in all of Scripture, for in these journeys Jacob experienced several revelations from God. Through these revelations Jacob learned to follow God--to hear His word and obey. With a conscious intention of breaking down the artificial walls of time and prestige, F. B. Meyer introduces us to the real man behind the mystique. He portrays Jacob as completely human--with the temptations, frailty and failures common to all of us. "The Bible," Meyer says, "does not hesitate to tell us the very worst about its heroes; that we may better magnify the grace of God...." In biographical style, Meyer's comforting words will help you discover the numerous passages of Scripture where God calls himself "the God of Jacob." The author seems to take speical delight in this paradoxical title, which links God's holy nature and protective strength with the frailties and weaknesses of Jacob and all mankind. After reading Jacob: Wrestling with God, you should have little doubt that God can do for all of us what He has done for Jacob if only we are willing to make a complete surrender to God and seek the fullness of His spirit.

The Creation Of God

Author: Jacob Hartmann
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The Life And Doctrines Of Jacob Boehme

Author: Franz Hartmann
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On The Mother Of God

Author: Jacob (of Serug)
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In this volume, four homilies have been chosen from the original Syriac texts. The poetry is typological and rooted in Scripture. The first homily considers the Mother of God in language full of wonder. The second homily concerns the Annunciation, including a long reflection on Joseph, the just one. In the third, the meaning of Mary with Elizabeth is recounted and the rejoicing of John the Baptist in the womb of his mother at the greeting of Mary. The concluding homily focuses on the death and burial of the Mother of God demonstrating Jacob's typological interpretation of Scripture.

Jacob I Have Loved

Author: Lance Lambert
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Little in our lives today is more important and more needed than personal spiritual growth. I am convinced that Lance Lambert’s discernment (and humor) in this account of God’s dealings with Jacob are worth a thousand sermons. Of all his books and Bible teachings, I regard this as the apex, the spearhead, the most important of all else that Lance has shared in his worldwide teaching ministry. - Ken Burnett When God deals with us it is often in deeply mystifying ways. There is no greater example of how God shapes a person than through the remarkable story of Jacob. Jacob I Have Loved is far more than a mere biblical overview of the story of Jacob. It is an outstanding illustration of God’s desire to utterly transform our fallen inner nature. Despite a twisted, deceiving, and sinful heart, Jacob nonetheless inherited God’s richest blessings and became one of the patriarchs of our faith. Herein lies one of the Bible’s great mysteries. The amazing truth is that Jacob’s name has not been lost in the debris of human history, nor has it been forgotten, as have so many other names. Incredibly, it is forever linked with God. His story is an integral part of the history of divine redemption. This book is about the power of God to transform a human life. Jacob’s story is our story.

The Patriarchs

Author: Beth Moore
Editor: Lifeway Christian Resources
ISBN: 9780633099060
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Participants will plunge into the heart of Genesis, to God's remarkable pursuit of relationship and to the unfolding of His earthly plan: that through one nationand ultimately, one manall people on earth will be blessed.

God Of Abraham Isaac And Jacob

Author: Gabriel Agbo
Editor: Litres
ISBN: 504276593X
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God’s covenant promises do not fail. This book is written to help you achieve all God’s promises for your life. It is a careful and elaborate study, with personal testimonies, on the ability and willingness of God to perform all his words towards us. He said that He watches over His words to bring them to pass. Here, we will critically look at the dynamics of a divine promise; how it is established, maintained and nurtured to fruition. Every covenant promise has its beginning, timing and conditions. We must always know this to be able to perfectly and comfortably key into God’s will for our life. Indeed, all things are possible with God!

An Essay On Infant Baptism By Pouring Or Sprinkling Containing Some Reflections On Dr Gale S Letters In Several Letters To A Friend

Author: Benjamin CHANDLER (Minister of the Gospel.)
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The Quarterly Journal Of Prophecy

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The God Of Abraham Isaac And Jacob

Author: Theodore H Epp
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Heelcatcher

Author: Steve Foster
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If God can love Jacob, then He can love anyone.Surprisingly, God associates Himself with Jacob more than any other person in the Bible. God calls Himself the God of Jacob on twenty-four occasions. And He calls Himself the God of Israel (the new God-given name of Jacob) over two hundred times.Jacob is not the biblical "hero" that we talk about. There are no children's songs about Jacob. No one sings "Dare to Be a Jacob." His story is more embarrassing than impressive. Yet God ties His name for all eternity to Jacob.Why? Because all of us are like Jacob in some regard. We are all "heelcatchers," struggling to make life work, wrestling with God, fighting to figure out who we are.Jacob's story is our own.In my own struggle with anxiety, panic attacks, perfectionism, past abuse, and the meaning of masculinity, I discovered the beauty and power of God's grace in Jacob's life. The God who loves Jacob loves us all...and is a refuge to all who cling to Him alone."Be still, and know that I am God;I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth!The Lord of hosts is with us;The God of Jacob is our refuge."-Psalm 46:10-1

Israel

Author: F.B. Meyer
Editor: CLC Publications
ISBN: 1619581191
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From F.B. Meyer’s outstanding Biblical biographies series of the great men of faith, here is the challenging story of Jacob, who God named Israel. Meyer shows the reader Jacob’s failures, as well as his victories, encouraging us to remember that the saints we see in scripture were men of like passions as we are.

Author: Daniel C. Matt
Editor: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 9780804748681
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Please see the Zohar Home Page for ancillary materials, including the publication schedule, press release, Aramaic text, questions, and answers.

The Antichrist Or Christianity Reformed In Which Is Demonstrated From The Scriptures That Evil And Good Are From One Source Devil And God One Spirit Etc Sixteen Lectures

Author: James Elishama Smith
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Hbqoy Bkvk The Star Of Jacob Ed By M Margoliouth

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The God Of Abraham Isaac And Jacob

Author: Steven F. Darsey
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About the Contributor(s): Steven Darsey has served Atlanta's Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church as director of music since 1986. Holding the Doctor of Musical Arts from the Yale School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music, he has served several churches of different denominations and Emory's Candler School of Theology. He articulates his commitment to worship through writing, conducting, composing, and serving as founding artistic director of the worship arts organization Meridian Herald.

Yet I Loved Jacob

Author: Joel S. Kaminsky
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God's favor towards some serves God's plan for the larger world. The Bible's affirmation of Israel's divine election is often ignored or even repudiated by contemporary Christians and Jews who are scandalized by the possibility that God might favor one person or group over another. Beginning with the stories of family rivalry in Genesis and in working through a host of other biblical texts, Joel Kaminsky explores the dynamics of election. Why does God favor certain people? How do the chosen and non-chosen interact? And what might these texts teach us about God's intention for the world?