JOSEPH PRINCE SERMON NOTES Be Occupied With The Word, Not The Enemy Sunday, 16 October 2022

             

These are notes on the sermon, Be Occupied With The Word, Not The Enemy, preached by Pastor Joseph Prince on Sunday, 16 October 2022, at The Star Performing Arts Centre, Singapore. We hope these sermon notes will be an encouragement to you!

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Overview

  1. Introduction: Read the Bible for fresh revelations of Jesus, not just for knowledge
  2. Enjoy good success when you are occupied with God’s Word instead of your troubles
  3. How to read the Bible accurately and reap its benefits
    • Key #1: Understand which passages fall under the new covenant of grace VS the old covenant of the law
    • Key #2: Find out when and to whom the scriptures were written
    • Key #3: Read the context of what comes before and after any particular verse
  4. Scripture reveals how God is supplying you with all you need—endurance, patience, and joy for every trial
  5. Salvation Prayer
  6. Closing Prayer
  7. OWN THE WORD (Life Application)

Introduction: Read the Bible for fresh revelations of Jesus, not just for knowledge

When we read the Bible, we should not do it to gain mere knowledge because knowledge only puffs us up and makes us confident in our own flesh. When we open the Bible, let us humble ourselves before God and ask Him to speak to us through the Word.

Ask God for a humble and teachable heart. It is as simple as praying, “Father, speak to me through Your Word and let me see Jesus. Grant me seeing eyes and hearing heart. I am coming to your Word not to accumulate knowledge but to receive a revelation of You.” God is able to use any portion of Scripture to give you an accurate word for the season or situation you are in.

This is what the enemy is most afraid of—you opening the Bible with seeing eyes and a hearing heart.

God desires to speak to you and give you fresh revelations from His Word. When your heart is open to Him, He can use any portion of scripture to reveal to you powerful and personal revelations beyond man’s understanding and knowledge. He can give you fresh revelations from familiar passages. When this happens, you will become a stable, rock-solid person whom people look up to.

This is what happened to the apostle Peter when he caught a revelation of Jesus.

“He said to them, “But who do you say that I am?” Simon Peter answered and said, “You are the Christ, the Son of the living God.” Jesus answered and said to him, “Blessed are you, Simon Bar-Jonah, for flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but My Father who is in heaven. And I also say to you that you are Peter, and on this rock I will build My church, and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it.”
—Matthew 16:15–18 NKJV

for flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but My Father who is in heaven” — Even though Jesus’ disciples were spending so much time with Jesus and saw Him perform all sorts of miracles, the revelation knowledge that He is the Son of God was something that only God could give them.

on this rock I will build My church” — This rock refers to the revelation knowledge that Simon Peter had of Jesus being the Son of God. Such revelations are solid and stable. We must be mindful to only build on Jesus Christ, not man!

Because Peter had this revelation of Jesus, he also became rock-solid.

Enjoy good success when you are occupied with God’s Word instead of your troubles

“Study to shew thyself approved (‘dokimos’) unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
— 2 Timothy 2:15 KJV

This verse encourages us to study God’s Word so that there will be no reason for us to be ashamed. This verse is especially applicable for pastors and leaders who are shepherding God’s people.

Similar advice was given to Joshua when he took over from Moses as Israel’s leader.

“This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night, that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it. For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success.
—Joshua 1:8 NKJV

meditate in it day and night” — When God spoke these words to Joshua, the children of Israel were facing many enemies. These enemies had been around since Moses’ time. Yet God did not tell Joshua to occupy himself with the enemies or obstacles before him, but to occupy himself with meditating on His Word.

then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success” — The result of meditating on God’s Word is good success! This kind of success does not come at the cost of time with your loved ones or time spent serving the Lord doing what He put in your heart. It is the kind of success that will cause you to walk in God’s abundance. You will not feel like you are slogging your life away for money and burning out.

In the past, new kings of Israel were instructed to copy the first five books of Moses by hand to keep themselves occupied with God’s Word (Deut. 17:18–20). This practice was to keep them in the fear (worship) of God and keep them humble in His ways, which would grant them and their families long lives and long reigns.

It is important for us to be mindful of what we are occupied with (what we are spending most of our time doing). With social media and news media being so accessible these days, it is easy to find ourselves being occupied with negative things. But these things have no benefit to us for they draw attention to the flesh. We can only be transformed from glory to glory when we are occupied with God’s Word, beholding the glory of God!

Besides reading God’s Word, we can also listen to the teaching of God’s Word from pastors and teachers. When Jesus ascended to heaven, one of the gifts He left for us are pastors and teachers of the Word. These are people whose lives God has worked through to minister to us. Listen to teachers of the Word who have a record of imparting scriptural revelations that have resulted in lives transformed.

How to read the Bible accurately and reap its benefits

All Scripture is God-breathed and can be used for our benefit. But we need to understand how to divide the Word accurately. Here are some keys to studying the Bible and interpreting different portions of Scripture correctly:

Key #1: Understand which passages fall under the new covenant of grace VS the old covenant of the law

While there are eight covenants in the Bible, we need to understand that the main two are the old covenant of the law and the new covenant of grace. Generally, the Bible can be divided into these two covenants.

When you open your Bible, you will see the Old Testament and the New Testament. However, it’s important to know that the new covenant of grace does not start at the beginning of the New Testament because the New Testament begins with Jesus’ birth. The new covenant of grace only begins after Jesus’ finished work on the cross.

We should endeavor to interpret the Word not based on our own opinions but based on the context of the chapters and verses themselves. We need to see if they were written under the old or new covenant.

We who believe in Jesus are under the new covenant. So we need to discern the scriptures that were written directly to us believers (e.g. the epistles—the letters to the churches in the New Testament) versus the scriptures that were written to people under the old covenant of the law. We can benefit from reading all Scripture, but we need to understand this difference to interpret what we are reading correctly.

“But when the fullness of the time had come, God sent forth His Son, born of a woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, that we might receive the adoption as sons.”
—Galatians 4:4–5 NKJV

The New Testament begins with Jesus being born under the law. All the miracles He performed before His death and resurrection were done under the law. Yet He was also greater than the law since He is God, the One who gave the law. When He touched the leper, He did not catch what the leper had. Instead, the leper caught what He had—health, healing, and wholeness.

Jesus did not come to enforce the law on mankind but to fulfill all the requirements of the law for us—“to redeem those who were under the law, that we might receive the adoption as sons” (Gal. 4:5).

Key #2: Find out when and to whom the scriptures were written

There are some people who think the words of Jesus printed in red in our Bibles take precedence over everything else.

But actually all the words in the Gospels are from Jesus, not just the words in red. The words written in the epistles by the apostles Paul and Peter are also from Jesus, the ascended Christ.

In the Gospels, Jesus Himself said:

I still have many things to say to you, but you cannot bear them now. However, when He, the Spirit of truth, has come, He will guide you into all truth; for He will not speak on His own authority, but whatever He hears He will speak; and He will tell you things to come.”
—John 16:12–13 NKJV

Jesus was saying that the things He spoke about in the Gospels (His words that are in red in our Bibles today) are actually milk and not meat. In fact, some of the things Jesus said in the Gospels do not apply to Christians today because He said them before He went to the cross to die for our sins.

It is important for us to interpret the Word in the context of when it was written.

For example, Jesus said to His disciples:

“These twelve Jesus sent out and commanded them, saying: “Do not go into the way of the Gentiles, and do not enter a city of the Samaritans. But go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”
— Matthew 10:5–6 NKJV

What Jesus meant when He said this was that His first coming was to save the people of Israel. But after the cross, He instructed His disciples to “make disciples of all the nations” (Matt. 28:19–20).

Another example of rightly diving the Word based on the time it was written

““The Spirit of the LORD is upon Me,
Because He has anointed Me
To preach the gospel to the poor;
He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted,
To proclaim liberty to the captives
And recovery of sight to the blind,
To set at liberty those who are oppressed;
To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD.”
Then He closed the book . . .

—Luke 4:18–20 NKJV

In the verse above, Jesus was reading from Isaiah 61 on the Sabbath. If we look at the full verse in Isaiah 61:1–2, we see that Jesus closed the book and stopped reading before finishing that portion of Scripture:
“The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon Me,
Because the LORD has anointed Me
To preach good tidings to the poor;
He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted,
To proclaim liberty to the captives,
And the opening of the prison to those who are bound;
To proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord,
And the day of vengeance of our God
;
To comfort all who mourn,”

Jesus stopped reading after, “To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD,” so He stopped short of reading, “And the day of vengeance of our God.” This shows us that we are not in the “day of vengeance” yet!

Some may think that we have already entered the days of God’s judgment, but according to where Jesus stopped reading in Luke 4:18–20, we are still living in the acceptable year of God. We are in the dispensation of grace. That is what Jesus came to proclaim. The disasters and destruction that we see in the world now are not a result of God’s vengeance, but they are signs of the second coming of Jesus (Matt. 24:8–13).

An example of inaccurately dividing the Word

Even Jesus’ disciples, James and John, once made a mistake in interpreting God’s Word.

“And when His disciples James and John saw this, they said, “Lord, do You want us to command fire to come down from heaven and consume them, just as Elijah did?” But He turned and rebuked them, and said, “You do not know what manner of spirit you are of. For the Son of Man did not come to destroy men’s lives but to save them.” And they went to another village.”
—Luke 9:54–56 NKJV

command fire to come down from heaven and consume them, just as Elijah did” — James and John were referring to what the prophet Elijah did years ago.

There were a number of times when Elijah called down fire from heaven.

The first time was when Israel, whose people had fallen into idolatry, was suffering from a three-year drought. At that time, Elijah went up to Mount Carmel and called down fire from heaven to consume an animal sacrifice to prove to all of Israel that the God he worshipped was the true God of Israel. The fire did not fall on the people of Israel but fell on the sacrifice because God desired to redeem His people. The fire of judgment instead consumed what Elijah had placed on the altar—the innocent bullock, the wood, and the 12 stones which represented the 12 tribes of Israel.

This is a picture of Jesus’ sacrifice for us on the cross. Yet it is not a perfect representation because in Elijah’s time, the fire of God’s judgment completely consumed everything on the altar, showing that the judgment was greater than the sacrifice. However, at the cross, when the fire of God’s judgment fell on Jesus who was bearing our sins, Jesus received all of God’s judgment and was not consumed. When it was over, He shouted, “It is finished!” and He remained. He still remains till this day. Unlike the sacrifice that Elijah prepared, the sacrifice of Jesus was greater than God’s judgment.

Ten years after this incident on Mount Carmel, the people of Israel had once again fallen into idolatry. The king reigning at that time sent his men to capture Elijah, and this is when Elijah called down fire from heaven to consume them (2 Kings 1). This is the incident the disciples, James and John, were referring to.

You do not know what manner of spirit you are of. For the Son of Man did not come to destroy men’s lives but to save them” — While James and John had scriptural precedence for calling down the fire of God’s judgment, Jesus corrected them because they were inappropriately applying the scriptures. What happened in Elijah’s time was for Elijah’s time. Jesus came to redeem, not to destroy or punish. He came to open the eyes of the blind, raise the sick, cleanse the leper, and give hearing to the deaf.

Before Jesus returns, there will be the spirit of Elijah, but this refers to the spirit that turns children’s hearts back to their fathers. Not the spirit of judgment.

We are living in the time of grace, not the time of God’s vengeance.

It is important that we do not reject God’s grace to us for the sin of rejecting grace is even worse than the sin of Sodom (Matt. 11:23–24). In fact, Jesus said that if Sodom had experienced the gracious miracles He did, they would have repented.

From this we can also see the key to helping people who are living in sin or suffering from depression or inner turmoil because of their life choices. It is to release God’s miracles so that they see God’s mighty works in their lives. Don’t judge them but pray for them. When we pray for the sick, they shall recover (Mark 16:17–18).

Key #3: Read the context of what comes before and after any particular verse

Yes, all of God’s Word is profitable for our learning and admonition (1 Cor. 10:11), and God is able to use any part of it to speak to us personally. But we need to discern the parts of the Bible that were written directly to us, the Gentiles, and the parts written directly to the Jews, so that we do not misunderstand Scripture by taking it out of context. This principle is especially important for those who are teaching others in the house of God as leaders and teachers.

Just as Miles Coverdale has advised:

“It shall greatly help ye to understand the Scriptures if thou mark not only what is spoken or written, but of whom and to whom, with what words, at what time, where, to what intent, with what circumstances, considering what goeth before and what followeth after.”

The last part of Coverdale’s statement means to interpret the verse in its context just as we have learned from the example of Hebrews 10 (explained in last week’s sermon).

Below, we have a verse that is often misinterpreted because it is taken out of its full context:

“Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling; for it is God who works in you both to will and to do for His good pleasure.”
—Philippians 2:12–13 NKJV

work out your own salvation” — Many have interpreted this portion of Scripture to mean that we must earn our own salvation. But this nullifies the work of the cross and is far from the truth! Even Abraham was justified without works, His righteousness was given to him because he believed in God. The salvation mentioned in Philippians 2:12–13, which also refers to healing and wholeness, can only be attained by grace. You cannot earn your own salvation.

When we look at what comes before and after this phrase “work out your own salvation,” we notice two things:

my beloved” — This tells us that this portion of Scripture was addressed to believers, those who believed in the finished work of the cross.

for is it God who works in you both to will and to do for His good pleasure.” — What Paul meant to “work out your own salvation” was for believers to live out the salvation that God had first worked in them—to make use of the willingness, desire, and power that God had given them through the finished work on the cross.

Scripture reveals how God is supplying you with all you need—endurance, patience, and joy for every trial

Part of the salvation that the Lord has first worked in us is worked out in our moral character, e.g. being patient with others.

This is what truly pleases God. Some of us may think that God is pleased when we receive our breakthroughs, e.g. when we are financially blessed. Yes, God is pleased when we are blessed and happy. But what really pleases Him is seeing us patient and kind with others.

The pleasure of loving someone is not so much in having the love reciprocated, but it is in the ability to love itself. You should find your enjoyment and fulfillment in the act of loving itself, even if the recipient does not return your love.

The love of God does not require reciprocation. You should not love to get something back. When you understand this, you will be able to love even your greatest critics!

It is the Lord who supplies us with this love and patience.

“strengthened with all might (kratos), according to His glorious (‘docsa’) power (dunamis), for all patience and longsuffering with joy;”
—Colossians 1:11 NKJV

This is a Spirit-inspired prayer for the people of Colossians. Paul prayed for the people to have:

  1. Divine might
  2. Divine glory
  3. Divine power

This divine power came to them for:

  1. Patience — In the original Greek text, “patience” refers to endurance for trials or adverse circumstances. God has given us His might and power that enables us to endure these things.
  2. Longsuffering — In its original meaning, “longsuffering” refers to patience with people. God has equipped us with His might and power to be patient toward others, to not be short-tempered.
  3. Joy — Even as the Lord empowers us to be steadfast, enduring, and patient, He also supplies us with joy! We can be people who endure with joy and are patient with people with joy. When we are joyful, we do not see our responsibilities or duties as burdens but as privileges.

You can pray daily, “Lord, strengthen me with all might, according to Your glorious power, for all patience and longsuffering with joy!” You may find at first that you are becoming more patient, but maybe not joyful yet. Don’t worry, you’ll progressively see yourself becoming more enduring of circumstances, patient with people, and joyful! If God uses all His might, glory, and power to cause you to have these qualities, they must mean a lot to Him.

Salvation Prayer

“Heavenly Father, I confess that Jesus Christ died on the cross for all my sins and all my judgment. He was buried and you raised Him from the dead on the third day. Thank You, God, that Jesus is alive today. He is my victory. He is my righteousness. His closeness with You is now my closeness with You. Jesus Christ is my Lord now and forever. The blood of Jesus has washed me clean from all my sins. In Jesus’ name, Amen.”

Closing Prayer

“This coming week, may blessings upon blessings fall upon you and your family that you might be a mega blessing to the people around you. Everywhere you go, may the grace of God be upon you—grace upon grace upon grace, favor upon favor, that you may have an abundance to do every good work as you flow in His Spirit. Father, strengthen every one of us with all might, according to your glorious power, to all endurance and patience with joyfulness for this coming week. In the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, Amen.”

OWN THE WORD (Life Application)

“This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth, but you shall meditate in it day and night, . . . For then you will make your way prosperous, and then you will have good success.”
—‭‭Joshua‬ ‭1‬:‭8‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

While you may be facing challenges or obstacles, the key to overcoming them and seeing God’s power flow into your situation is not to focus on your troubles, but to focus on God’s Word! Joshua‬ ‭1‬:‭8 tells us that spending time in God’s Word is the key to flourishing in every area of your life—whether it’s in your relationships, career, and holistic wellbeing.

Here are 3 practical ways to spend time in God’s Word this week and start experiencing good success

  1. Occupy your time with God’s Word
    What are you doing with most of your time? Instead of being occupied with bad news or entertainment, prioritize spending time reading God’s Word!
  2. Desire to receive revelations of Jesus
    When you see Jesus in the Word, you learn about who He is, His characteristics, the power of His finished work, and your inheritance in Him. These revelations of Jesus are what will set you on the path to success!
  3. Read God’s Word through the lens of grace
    When you read God’s Word, be assured that verses on God’s judgment and punishment no longer apply to you as a believer because Jesus bore all that judgment on the cross. Instead, focus on scriptures that show you new covenant truths, e.g. how God is strengthening you “with all might, according to His glorious power, for all patience and longsuffering with joy” (Col. 1:11)!

This week, allow the Word to nourish you and bring practical results in your life!

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sermon on god's presence
1
1
100%
4
jacob name change
0
135
0%
44.6
why did god change jacob's name to israel
0
124
0%
50.6
this man's name was changed to israel because of his encounter with god.
0
108
0%
7.9
he sent his word to jacob and it lighted israel
0
104
0%
11.5
jacob bible
0
89
0%
64.3
genesis 35:3
0
85
0%
1
jacob's name changed to israel
0
85
0%
45.4
god of jacob
0
80
0%
71.6
jacob 4:10
0
79
0%
4.1
genesis 26:3
0
79
0%
6.1
whose name was changed to israel
0
79
0%
36.9
god of jacob bible verse
0
78
0%
49.9
jacob name changed to israel
0
77
0%
44.7
what was jacob's name changed to
0
74
0%
45.9
he exemplified the value of forgiving as he had forgiven his brother who tricked him for his birthright and blessings.
0
71
0%
9.3
god of jacob meaning
0
59
0%
47.1
jacob bible verse
0
59
0%
57.9
jacob in genesis
0
59
0%
65.3
genesis 35:9
0
56
0%
21.8
who was jacob in the bible
0
52
0%
17.5
god changed jacob's name to
0
48
0%
50.4
why was jacob called israel
0
48
0%
79.6
the lord sent his word to jacob
0
45
0%
11
jacob's name change
0
45
0%
44.6
what did jacob do in the bible
0
45
0%
69.1
jacob scripture
0
44
0%
85.9
every night, sam says extra prayers to god so that he has prayers “in the bank.” due to his extra prayers, sam believes god will reward him in life rather than punish him. sam is in which stage of faith?
0
43
0%
6.4
jacob wrestles with god kjv
0
42
0%
57.8
jacob encounter with the angel
0
41
0%
28.8
why was jacob's name changed to israel
0
41
0%
45.2
bible verse jacob i have loved
0
41
0%
92.1
jacob bible quotes
0
40
0%
61.7
jacob in the bible kjv
0
39
0%
50.5
jacob have i loved kjv
0
39
0%
50.6
jacob and god
0
38
0%
75.7
jacob changed to israel
0
37
0%
41.2
did jacob see god
0
37
0%
44.7
jacob in bible
0
37
0%
53.6
jacob verses
0
37
0%
70.7
god appears to jacob
0
36
0%
6.7
how did god appear
0
36
0%
69.7
where did jacob encounter god
0
35
0%
4.6
jacob bargaining with god
0
35
0%
62.9
genesis 9 6
0
35
0%
75.3
did jacob tithe in genesis 35
0
34
0%
11.4
jacob in the bible verses
0
33
0%
59.6
bible verses about jacob
0
33
0%
59.7
jacob became israel
0
33
0%
71.8
bible verses about jacob and esau
0
33
0%
90.2
i am the god of jacob
0
32
0%
71.8
jacob quotes bible
0
32
0%
79.9
jacob prayer genesis 43
0
32
0%
80.2
how did god appear to jacob
0
31
0%
6.7
jacob called the place he encountered god
0
31
0%
11.1
is jacob mentioned in genesis
0
31
0%
54.4
how did god show his faithfulness to jacob
0
30
0%
3.6
what did jacob do after his first encounter with god?
0
30
0%
6.9
the god of jacob meaning
0
30
0%
56
match the following. 1 . genesis 49:10 god's second appearance to jacob at bethel 2 . genesis, chapter 26: 1-5 a messianic promise to abraham 3 . genesis 35:9-15 covenant sign given and son specified 4 . genesis 12:3 covenant renewed with isaac 5 . genesis, chapter 17 a prophetic message to judah
0
28
0%
4.2
god came from teman kjv
0
28
0%
68.1
jacob god
0
28
0%
69.5
genesis 28:5
0
27
0%
10.5
jacob from the bible
0
27
0%
47
what happened to jacob in the bible
0
27
0%
86
why did jacob change his name to israel
0
26
0%
41.3
jacob vs god
0
26
0%
64
jacob's trouble kjv
0
26
0%
66.6
aaronic blessing nkjv
0
25
0%
60.5
why did god bless jacob
0
25
0%
72
genesis 35 7
0
25
0%
74
jacob is the beginning kjv
0
24
0%
13
what did jacob in the bible do
0
24
0%
57.5
what did jacob change his name to
0
24
0%
58.9
sixth son of jacob
0
24
0%
70.3
jacob israel name change
0
23
0%
55.1
bible jacob
0
23
0%
77.3
genesis 35 22
0
23
0%
86
where did jacob wrestle with god
0
22
0%
2
jacob 1:5
0
22
0%
26.2
what did jacob ask from god in prayer
0
22
0%
56.4
what does god of jacob mean
0
22
0%
61.7
jacob 1 12
0
21
0%
53.2
it is better to dwell on a rooftop kjv
0
21
0%
64.6
why was jacob renamed israel
0
21
0%
76
jacob in the bible means
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21
0%
79
genesis 35 10
0
21
0%
81.1
jacob 1:12
0
20
0%
11.1
was jacob's name changed to israel
0
20
0%
43.5
god of abraham isaac and jacob kjv
0
20
0%
59.5
where is jacob in the bible
0
20
0%
69.3
jacob 1:18
0
19
0%
7.7
jacob in bible verse
0
19
0%
49.3
coffin borne god weakness
0
19
0%
72.4
what does the bible say about jacob
0
19
0%
88.6
genesis 35:7
0
18
0%
40.8
the god of abraham isaac and jacob kjv
0
18
0%
54.1
genesis 35 9
0
18
0%
61.9
jacob genesis
0
18
0%
66.6
jacob becomes israel
0
18
0%
84.4
picture of jacob in the bible
0
18
0%
90.2
jacob i have loved verse
0
18
0%
92.9
how did god speak to jacob
0
17
0%
6.2
god changed jacob's name to israel
0
17
0%
49.9
jacob biblical meaning
0
17
0%
74.6
examples of divine encounter in the bible
0
17
0%
77.4
jacob said god is in this place
0
16
0%
17.3
isaac name changed to israel
0
16
0%
26.5
god changed whose name to israel
0
16
0%
29.7
genesis 35:9-15
0
16
0%
35.8
why did god change jacobs name to israel
0
16
0%
44.4
spiritual meaning of jacob
0
16
0%
45.6
jacob's prayer for his sons
0
16
0%
61.4
do not forsake the gathering of the saints nkjv
0
16
0%
82.4
jacob 1:9
0
16
0%
82.4
father of jacob in bible
0
16
0%
94.3
abraham isaac and jacob bible verse
0
16
0%
97.6
jacob and esau
0
15
0%
2.3
tfhw47zevcu -site:youtube.com
0
15
0%
3.6
genesis 35:22
0
15
0%
33.6
joseph blessed bodybuilder
0
15
0%
34.2
jacob meets god
0
15
0%
35.1
his name was changed to israel
0
15
0%
36
jacob's name was changed to
0
15
0%
41.7
jacob name change israel
0
15
0%
47.7
what was jacob's name changed to in the bible
0
15
0%
49.5
god appeared to isaac
0
15
0%
51.5
when did god change jacob's name to israel
0
15
0%
56.5
god jacob
0
15
0%
66.9
genesis 35 explained
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15
0%
67.2
where in the bible does it talk about jacob
0
15
0%
68.3
jacob's blessing from god
0
15
0%
70.7
why did god name jacob israel
0
15
0%
75.1
god blesses jacob
0
15
0%
80.7
jacob have i loved bible verse
0
15
0%
87
why was jacob name changed to israel
0
14
0%
37.4
bible verse changed jacob's name to israel
0
14
0%
38.7
what did god change jacobs name to
0
14
0%
48.5
where is jacob mentioned in the bible
0
14
0%
53.6
jacob 1 9
0
14
0%
59.8
jacobus in the bible
0
14
0%
65.8
jacob worshipped leaning on his staff
0
14
0%
68.9
out of the mouth of babe scripture nkjv
0
14
0%
80.1
jacob 1 19
0
14
0%
82.3
jacob saw god
0
14
0%
85.5
why did jacob's name changed to israel
0
13
0%
40
who name was changed to israel
0
13
0%
41.2
jacob name was changed to israel
0
13
0%
42.5
jacob's well bible verse old testament
0
13
0%
60.7
genesis 35 12
0
13
0%
69.3
genesis 35 14
0
13
0%
70.2
jacob's well bible verse
0
13
0%
71.7
facts about jacob in the bible
0
12
0%
2
jacob of the bible
0
12
0%
2.1
genesis 28:3
0
12
0%
7
every night, sam says extra prayers to god so that he has prayers "in the bank." due to his extra prayers, sam believes god will reward him in life rather than punish him. sam is in which stage of faith?
0
12
0%
7.3
who in the bible had an encounter with god?
0
12
0%
10.6
how many times is jacob mentioned in the bible
0
12
0%
39.3
why did joseph prince change his name
0
12
0%
42.7
jacob to israel verse
0
12
0%
46
jacob 6 12
0
12
0%
48.7
bible verses jacob
0
12
0%
58.1
who is the god of jacob
0
12
0%
66.5
genesis 31:5
0
12
0%
74.4
healing is the children's bread nkjv
0
12
0%
78.6
why is jacob called israel
0
12
0%
84.8
oh god of jacob
0
12
0%
85.8
jacob and the angel scripture
0
12
0%
87.5
why did jacob wrestle with god
0
11
0%
2.1
at peniel (genesis 32:24-30), jacob the supplanter became israel a prince with god. true false
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11
0%
5.1
a close encounter with an angel merited him a change of name to “israel”
0
11
0%
7.5
genesis 35:11
0
11
0%
10.7
sent a word to jacob
0
11
0%
22
whose name changed to israel
0
11
0%
33.1
whose name did god change to israel
0
11
0%
39.3
jacob kjv
0
11
0%
43.7
jacob name change to israel
0
11
0%
45.9
what name did god give jacob
0
11
0%
49.3
genesis 35 11
0
11
0%
73.9
god names jacob israel
0
11
0%
77.5
time of jacob's trouble bible verse
0
11
0%
84.2
genesis 11:5
0
11
0%
95.3
story of jacob in the bible
0
10
0%
2
jacob 4:13
0
10
0%
35.7
who did god change his name to israel
0
10
0%
39
jacob 3:5
0
10
0%
39.6
why is jacob's new name so important
0
10
0%
62.6
genesis 35 summary
0
10
0%
63.1
why did god favor jacob
0
10
0%
64.2
characteristics of jacob in the bible
0
10
0%
72.2
why did god ask jacob his name
0
10
0%
72.8
jacob wrestling with the angel kjv
0
10
0%
75.9
why did god choose jacob
0
10
0%
81
genesis 35
0
10
0%
84.1
genesis 32 9 12
0
10
0%
89
genesis 28:12
0
10
0%
91.1
jacob bible story
0
9
0%
2
esau and jacob
0
9
0%
2.3
jacob 1:6
0
9
0%
6.3
jacob 4:15
0
9
0%
7
the twin of jacob in the bible crossword clue
0
9
0%
11.9
he sent a word to jacob
0
9
0%
13.1
jacob name was changed to
0
9
0%
38.6
was jacob renamed israel
0
9
0%
47.6
command deliverance for jacob
0
9
0%
52.9
jacob 6:12
0
9
0%
63.2
god blessed jacob
0
9
0%
67.8
israel name change
0
9
0%
69.9
how did jacob get the name israel
0
9
0%
70.6
genisis 9 6
0
9
0%
71.3
genesis chapter 9 verse 13
0
9
0%
73
genesis 31 verse 36
0
9
0%
75.2
sons of jacob bible verse
0
9
0%
76.1
genesis 35 lesson
0
9
0%
82.6
may the lord watch between me and thee
0
9
0%
98.2
where jacob wrestled with god
0
8
0%
2
lqsr53s_g00 -site:youtube.com
0
8
0%
2.6
jacob 1:8
0
8
0%
3.5
cheated his family but was still chosen by god to fulfill his promise to abraham
0
8
0%
10.6
how did jacob show faith in god
0
8
0%
32.4
name changed to israel
0
8
0%
40.1
you shall no longer be called jacob
0
8
0%
41.9
when was jacob's name changed to israel
0
8
0%
45.5
genesis 35:19
0
8
0%
49.1
what does the god of jacob mean
0
8
0%
50.5
who did jacob give his blessing to
0
8
0%
54.5
tribe of gad kjv
0
8
0%
57.3
genesis 35 20
0
8
0%
70.6
for the lord will have mercy on jacob
0
8
0%
73.4
genesis 31 9
0
8
0%
74
colt ford good god almighty
0
8
0%
75.5
genesis 26:5
0
8
0%
78.5
genesis 35 15
0
8
0%
80.6
genesis 35 17
0
8
0%
85.8
jacob 2 times
0
8
0%
86
jacob 1:19
0
8
0%
87.8
genesis 15:12
0
8
0%
89.5
jacob story in the bible
0
7
0%
2
what does jacob mean
0
7
0%
2
jacob meeting god
0
7
0%
29
genesis 35:21
0
7
0%
29.6
jacob became israel verse
0
7
0%
32.3
jacob's name was changed to israel which means
0
7
0%
40.7
why did god changed jacob's name to israel
0
7
0%
44.3
god changed jacobs name to
0
7
0%
44.7
why did jacob bless ephraim over manasseh got questions
0
7
0%
47
jacob 4 10
0
7
0%
50.4
jacob in the bible name change
0
7
0%
50.9
genesis 28 15 nkjv
0
7
0%
53
who changed jacob's name to israel
0
7
0%
58.4
jacob meaning in bible
0
7
0%
63.7
jacob's prayer for deliverance
0
7
0%
66
genesis 35 devotional
0
7
0%
70.3
genesis 35 18
0
7
0%
71.6
genesis 31:6
0
7
0%
74.9
genesis 35 sermon
0
7
0%
76.6
genesis 31 53
0
7
0%
80.3
images of jacob in the bible
0
7
0%
81.7
genesis 35 meaning
0
7
0%
82.1
genesis 28:13
0
7
0%
82.9
encounter with god
0
7
0%
83.3
jacob 5 verse 7
0
7
0%
83.4
the call of jacob
0
7
0%
83.4
genesis 9 6 meaning
0
7
0%
90.6
jacob called israel
0
7
0%
91.3
genesis 32 23
0
7
0%
92.3
genesis 5:29
0
7
0%
92.4
bible verse about jacob and rachel
0
7
0%
93.6
encounters with god in the bible
0
7
0%
94
genesis 29 35
0
7
0%
94.6
jacob i love bible verse
0
7
0%
97.4
genesis 35 10 12
0
7
0%
98.4
jacob was a cheater peter had a temper
0
6
0%
1.7
did jacob wrestle with god
0
6
0%
2
who wrestled with god
0
6
0%
2
who is jacob
0
6
0%
2.2
story of jacob
0
6
0%
2.5
jacob wrestles with god
0
6
0%
3.8
may the god of jacob defend you
0
6
0%
7.7
match the following items. 1 . genesis 12:3 stephen's address and abraham's call 2 . genesis, chapters 45 and 49 ephraim and manasseh addressed first 3 . genesis 35:9-15 the covenant renewed with jacob 4 . genesis 26: 1-5 a messianic promise to abraham 5 . acts, chapter 7 the covenant renewed with isaac
0
6
0%
8.3
genesis 35 verse 19-20
0
6
0%
10
he sent his word unto jacob
0
6
0%
11
jacob bible meaning
0
6
0%
18.2
five significant information about jacob
0
6
0%
24
why jacob name changed to israel
0
6
0%
40.7
amos 9 13-15 nkjv
0
6
0%
43.3
god changes jacob's name to israel
0
6
0%
43.5
who changed his name to israel
0
6
0%
51.7
when did jacob change his name to israel
0
6
0%
52.3
genesis 35:23-26
0
6
0%
55.2
jacob named israel
0
6
0%
74.8
jacob and israel meaning
0
6
0%
80.3
the book of jacob in the bible
0
6
0%
80.3
genesis chapter 5 reflection
0
6
0%
82
genesis 35 29
0
6
0%
83.3
genesis 35:22-26
0
6
0%
84
genesis 31 35
0
6
0%
84.3
genesis 28 verse 15
0
6
0%
84.8
genesis 35:6
0
6
0%
86.2
jacob name to israel
0
6
0%
86.7
isaiah and jacob
0
6
0%
87
genesis 35 4
0
6
0%
87.2
genesis 7:5
0
6
0%
87.7
genesis 46 lesson
0
6
0%
91.8
genesis 49 6
0
6
0%
92
jacob's father in the bible
0
6
0%
93.5
jacob meaning in the bible
0
6
0%
93.7
genesis 31 5
0
6
0%
97
what does the name jacob mean
0
5
0%
2
what happened after jacob wrestled with god
0
5
0%
2
jacob and esau story
0
5
0%
3
jacob 1:15
0
5
0%
6
this man's name was changed to israel because of his encounter with god
0
5
0%
9.2
the name of the god of jacob defend thee
0
5
0%
11.4
genesis 13:15
0
5
0%
11.8
genesis 35 message
0
5
0%
11.8
genesis 26:15
0
5
0%
20.8
genesis 35:18
0
5
0%
23.8
genesis 15 nkjv
0
5
0%
24.2
god changed his name to israel
0
5
0%
33.8
why is god called the god of jacob
0
5
0%
35
jacob's name was changed to israel
0
5
0%
45.8
god bless jacob
0
5
0%
49.4
god and jacob
0
5
0%
49.8
genesis 35:2
0
5
0%
51.8
god's promise to jacob kjv
0
5
0%
52.2
god appeared to solomon again
0
5
0%
56.6
when jacob became israel
0
5
0%
61.2
who changed his name to israel and why
0
5
0%
61.6
who is jacob in genesis
0
5
0%
63.6
is jacob israel in genesis
0
5
0%
63.8
genesis 32:20
0
5
0%
66.8
genesis 31:15
0
5
0%
73.6
genesis 31 29
0
5
0%
74
scriptures on divine encounter
0
5
0%
75.2
jacob prayed all night
0
5
0%
76.8
genesis 35 19
0
5
0%
77.8
genesis 19 35
0
5
0%
78.8
book of jacob chapter 1
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5
0%
80.6
pictures of jacob in the bible
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5
0%
80.8
jacob from genesis
0
5
0%
82
whos jacob in the bible
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5
0%
82.2
jacob's covenant with god
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5
0%
84.2
who is god of jacob
0
5
0%
84.4
genesis 33:5
0
5
0%
84.8
i went to jacob with 25 thou
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5
0%
85.4
house of jacob meaning
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5
0%
85.8
prayer of jacob
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5
0%
86
genesis chapter 26 verse 12
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5
0%
86.2
jacob in the new testament
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5
0%
86.4
genesis chapter 12 verse 3
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5
0%
89.2
genesis chapter 1 verse 29
0
5
0%
89.4
genesis 30 35
0
5
0%
91.4
i go to jacob with 25 thou
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5
0%
92
genesis 15:3
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5
0%
93.2
genesis 35 21
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5
0%
93.8
12 sons of jacob bible verse
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5
0%
94
genesis 26 35
0
5
0%
95.2
genesis 32 26
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5
0%
95.4
genesis 32:29
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5
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95.4
jacob have i loved verse
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5
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98.2
what was the name of the angel jacob wrestled with
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4
0%
2
jacob old testament
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4
0%
2.3
abraham isaac and jacob
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4
0%
3
esau
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4
0%
3
jacob 5:12
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4
0%
3.5
jacob 1:7
0
4
0%
10.5
jacob encounter with god basic 4
0
4
0%
10.8
god sent a word into jacob
0
4
0%
11
he gave his word to jacob
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4
0%
15.5
jacob verse
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4
0%
15.8
genesis 35 kjv
0
4
0%
19
what did god change jacob's name to before his meeting with esau
0
4
0%
19.5
jacob was a cheater, peter had a temper
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4
0%
22.5
god changed jacob
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4
0%
23
jacob in the bible story
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4
0%
24.8
who was jacob in the bible and what did he do
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4
0%
26
7 pillars of wisdom joseph prince
0
4
0%
28.3
jacob 1:3
0
4
0%
28.3
jacob is the former of all things kjv
0
4
0%
30.8
events that brought jacob closer to god
0
4
0%
31.8
jacob named israel bible verse
0
4
0%
32.3
jacobs name change to israel
0
4
0%
36
when did jacob's name change
0
4
0%
39.3
what was jacobs name changed to
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4
0%
42
jacob's sixth son
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4
0%
43.5
when jacob met the lord
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4
0%
47.3
he has not called the seed of jacob
0
4
0%
49
joseph prince daily devotion
0
4
0%
55.3
genesis 7-9
0
4
0%
55.5
in the bible whose name was changed to israel
0
4
0%
56
jacob from the bible meaning
0
4
0%
59.8
jacob trouble kjv
0
4
0%
64.3
genesis 31:12
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4
0%
66.3
9 ways to position yourself for an encounter with god
0
4
0%
66.8
genesis 35:17
0
4
0%
67
genesis 12 3 kjv
0
4
0%
67.8
genesis 31:9
0
4
0%
68
jacob 4:8
0
4
0%
68.3
genesis 7:15
0
4
0%
68.5
lost is jacob god
0
4
0%
68.5
time of jacob's trouble kjv
0
4
0%
69.3
why did god tell jacob to go to bethel
0
4
0%
71.5
genesis 31 6
0
4
0%
75.8
genesis verse 5
0
4
0%
76
a star will come out of jacob
0
4
0%
77.8
jacob's relationship with god
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4
0%
80.3
bible verse may the lord watch between me and thee
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4
0%
81
genesis 13:9
0
4
0%
81.5
what was jacob's blessing from god
0
4
0%
82.3
genesis chapter 35
0
4
0%
83.5
genesis chapter 5 verse 1
0
4
0%
83.8
genesis 35 1
0
4
0%
84.5
god's promise to jacob verse
0
4
0%
84.5
as far as you can see scripture
0
4
0%
85.5
house of jacob bible
0
4
0%
86.5
genesis 5:1-3
0
4
0%
86.8
hazon hebrew meaning
0
4
0%
88.8
genesis 49:25
0
4
0%
89.8
genesis 30 37-43 explained
0
4
0%
90.3
genesis 35 5
0
4
0%
90.5
list of encounters with god in the bible
0
4
0%
90.5
bible verses about israel being chosen
0
4
0%
90.8
the prayer of jacob
0
4
0%
91
jacob and isaiah
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4
0%
91.8
genesis 35:1-7
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4
0%
92
genesis 30 5
0
4
0%
92.3
who is god talking to in genesis
0
4
0%
93.8
the breasted one bible verse
0
4
0%
94.3
genesis 15:11
0
4
0%
95.8
bible verse jacob and rachel
0
4
0%
96
genesis 33-35
0
4
0%
96.3
bible verse about encountering god
0
4
0%
98
god of abraham isaac and jacob bible verse
0
4
0%
99
did jacob see god face to face
0
3
0%
2
jacob peniel
0
3
0%
2
jacob prophet
0
3
0%
2
jacob wrestling with god
0
3
0%
2
meaning of bethel
0
3
0%
2
story of jacob wrestling with god
0
3
0%
2
supplanter meaning
0
3
0%
2
what did god do for jacob
0
3
0%
2
what is the story of jacob in the bible
0
3
0%
2
jacob fight god
0
3
0%
2.3
jacob wrestles with god commentary
0
3
0%
2.7
jacob's encounter with the angel
0
3
0%
2.7
jacob fought with god
0
3
0%
3
jacob fought with an angel
0
3
0%
3.3
why was jacob chosen by god
0
3
0%
8.7
jacob 3 verse 1
0
3
0%
10
he sent his word into jacob
0
3
0%
10.3
jacob was left alone kjv
0
3
0%
11
why was jacob's name changed twice?
0
3
0%
11
jacob 4:3
0
3
0%
12
prophet israel
0
3
0%
19
benefits of divine encounter
0
3
0%
19.7
why was jacob's name changed twice
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3
0%
26.3
jacob's encounter with god at peniel
0
3
0%
32.7
what language did jacob speak
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3
0%
32.7
genesis 35:9-12
0
3
0%
33
why did god love jacob
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3
0%
33.7
jacobs name changed to israel
0
3
0%
35.7
jacob name changed to israel in the bible
0
3
0%
36
was abraham's name changed to israel
0
3
0%
36.3
jacob's encounter with an angel
0
3
0%
36.7
how did god discipline jacob
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3
0%
38
genesis 5:22
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3
0%
40.7
why did god change jacob's name
0
3
0%
47.7
jacob 4:5
0
3
0%
48
genesis 35 9-15
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3
0%
48.3
genesis 35 22-26
0
3
0%
49.3
grandfather wants to give his olive trees to his sons and grandsons so that every son gets trees more than every grandson. how many trees every son should get?
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3
0%
50
what is the meaning of jacob's encounter with god when he struggled with god in the night?
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3
0%
51
jacob's name changed to israel kjv
0
3
0%
52
bible verse jacob
0
3
0%
52.7
jacob changed name to israel
0
3
0%
54
did jacob become israel
0
3
0%
55
why did god give jacob the name israel
0
3
0%
60.3
examples of divine acceleration in the bible
0
3
0%
62.3
jacob 4:6
0
3
0%
62.3
jacob's well kjv
0
3
0%
62.7
genesis 29:11
0
3
0%
64.3
genesis chapter 35 explained
0
3
0%
64.7
who is jacob in the bible summary
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3
0%
67.7
pronounce paddan aram
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3
0%
68.7
jacob 1 5
0
3
0%
69
god blesses jacob at bethel
0
3
0%
70.3
joseph prince book anchored
0
3
0%
70.3
what did jacob force his family to do at bethel
0
3
0%
71.3
did god change jacob's name to israel
0
3
0%
72
genesis 19:35
0
3
0%
72.7
significance of jacob in the bible
0
3
0%
73.3
coffin-borne god weakness
0
3
0%
73.7
divine encounters with god in the bible
0
3
0%
73.7
jacob book of genesis
0
3
0%
74.7
jacob name
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3
0%
75
what did jacob look like in the bible
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3
0%
75.3
out of the mouths of babe scripture meaning
0
3
0%
76.3
why did god use jacob
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3
0%
76.3
genesis chapter 5 verse 2
0
3
0%
77
genesis 35 2
0
3
0%
77.7
jacob 3 bible
0
3
0%
78
jacob in the book of genesis
0
3
0%
78.3
encountering god bible verses
0
3
0%
78.7
genesis 35:14
0
3
0%
78.7
god covenant with jacob
0
3
0%
79.7
genesis 3:5 kjv
0
3
0%
80.3
jacob chapter 1
0
3
0%
80.7
genesis 35 blue letter bible
0
3
0%
81.3
god chose israel bible verse
0
3
0%
82.3
genesis 9:50
0
3
0%
83.3
another name for jacob in the bible
0
3
0%
83.7
genesis 12:3 kjv
0
3
0%
84.7
jacob 4 8
0
3
0%
84.7
jacob covenant with god
0
3
0%
84.7
in the bible who was jacob
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3
0%
85
king jacob bible
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3
0%
85.3
genesis 5:13
0
3
0%
87
genesis chapter 3 verse 15
0
3
0%
87
genesis 24 35
0
3
0%
88
seed of jacob
0
3
0%
88
genesis 5:31
0
3
0%
88.3
genesis 31 12
0
3
0%
88.7
god uses the foolish things to confound the wise nkjv
0
3
0%
89.3
im calling on the god of jacob
0
3
0%
89.3
jacob to israel meaning
0
3
0%
90
genesis 5:20
0
3
0%
90.3
jacob receives the blessing
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3
0%
90.7
jacob slept on a rock
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3
0%
90.7
may the lord watch between me and thee benediction
0
3
0%
90.7
jacob prayed
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3
0%
91
genesis 15:9
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3
0%
91.7
genesis 32:28
0
3
0%
92
genesis 19:5
0
3
0%
93
laban verse in the bible
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3
0%
93.7
who is the father of jacob in the bible
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3
0%
93.7
genesis 15 12 meaning
0
3
0%
94
jacobs father in the bible
0
3
0%
94
may the lord watch between me and thee scripture
0
3
0%
94.7
jacob 1 4
0
3
0%
95
genesis 26 5
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3
0%
95.3
genesis 7:9
0
3
0%
95.3
how many wells did jacob dig in the bible
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3
0%
95.7
jacob in the bible father
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3
0%
95.7
does jacob mean trickster
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3
0%
96.7
genesis 32 29
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3
0%
97
god reveals himself to those who seek him bible verse
0
3
0%
99.7
jacob's father in law bible
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3
0%
99.7
jacob 1:26
0
2
0%
1
about jacob in the bible
0
2
0%
2
god was with jacob
0
2
0%
2
how did jacob die in the bible
0
2
0%
2
how long did jacob wrestle with god
0
2
0%
2
jacob from bible story
0
2
0%
2
jacob the bible
0
2
0%
2
jacob the man who fought with god
0
2
0%
2
life of jacob in the bible
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2
0%
2
place where jacob wrestled with god
0
2
0%
2
spiritual meaning of jacob and esau
0
2
0%
2
story about jacob in the bible
0
2
0%
2
story of jacob summary
0
2
0%
2
the god of abraham isaac and jacob
0
2
0%
2
the story of jacob and esau
0
2
0%
2
what is the lesson behind the story of jacob and esau
0
2
0%
2
what is the meaning of bethel
0
2
0%
2
what is the name of the place where jacob wrestled with god
0
2
0%
2
where did jacob wrestled with god
0
2
0%
2
where was jacob when he wrestled with god
0
2
0%
2
who fought god in the bible
0
2
0%
2
who was jacob's father
0
2
0%
2
who's jacob in the bible
0
2
0%
2
why did jacob name the place bethel
0
2
0%
2
biblical jacob
0
2
0%
2.5
the story of esau and jacob
0
2
0%
2.5
genesis 26
0
2
0%
3
jacob wrestle with god
0
2
0%
3
jacob wrestle with angel
0
2
0%
4
jacob wrestled with god
0
2
0%
4
genesis 35:10
0
2
0%
6.5
a close encounter with an angel merited him a change of name to israel
0
2
0%
7
spiritual meaning of the name jacob
0
2
0%
7
why does god kill the wicked? why can’t the wicked live forever like righteousness does? no one deserves to die.
0
2
0%
9.5
may the name of the god of jacob
0
2
0%
10
gen 35:11
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2
0%
11
how was it that jacob became an unwilling polygamist?
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2
0%
11
jacob 1 26
0
2
0%
11
genesis 5:32
0
2
0%
12
gen 35 nkjv
0
2
0%
12.5
who had an encounter with god in the bible?
0
2
0%
13.5
am i in the place of god jacob
0
2
0%
15.5
the god of jacob bible verses
0
2
0%
16.5
gen 35 kjv
0
2
0%
19.5
mathétés pronunciation
0
2
0%
19.5
he showed his word to jacob kjv
0
2
0%
21.5
what did jacob call the place where he fought with god
0
2
0%
23
why did jacob cross his hands
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2
0%
33
genesis 35:12
0
2
0%
34.5
why did jacob set up an altar in bethel after he had encountered god himself in a dream?
0
2
0%
35.5
why god changed jacob name to israel
0
2
0%
40
genesis 26:29
0
2
0%
40.5
jacob leaning on his staff
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2
0%
44
genesis 33:9
0
2
0%
44.5
genesis 31:35
0
2
0%
45
how did god show his faithfulness to jacob give at least two examples
0
2
0%
45
achievements of jacob in the bible
0
2
0%
46.5
joseph prince meditate devotional
0
2
0%
46.5
jacob character in the bible
0
2
0%
47
jacobs name was changed to israel
0
2
0%
47
jacob and rachel bible verse
0
2
0%
48
judges 5:31
0
2
0%
50.5
judge not lest ye be judged nkjv
0
2
0%
51.5
genesis 29:25
0
2
0%
53
jacob crossed his hands
0
2
0%
53
jacob 1:2
0
2
0%
54
six biblical steps to transform your mind
0
2
0%
54
i have not called the seed of jacob
0
2
0%
57.5
jacob whose name was changed to israel
0
2
0%
59
blessings of jacob
0
2
0%
61
i am the god of abraham isaac and jacob bible verses
0
2
0%
61.5
summary of genesis 35
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2
0%
61.5
what was the blessing that jacob received from the angel
0
2
0%
62
jacob contends with god
0
2
0%
62.5
jacob's faith in god
0
2
0%
63.5
jacob's staff in the bible
0
2
0%
63.5
where is jacob found in the bible
0
2
0%
63.5
jacob verse 1
0
2
0%
64
love covers a multitude of sins nkjv
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2
0%
64
genesis 35:20
0
2
0%
64.5
why did god rename jacob israel
0
2
0%
64.5
the god of jacob bible verse
0
2
0%
65
genesis jacob
0
2
0%
65.5
why did jacob put sticks in front of the sheep
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2
0%
65.5
god will reveal the hidden things kjv
0
2
0%
68
genesis 30:35
0
2
0%
69
jacob and his fiery angel
0
2
0%
69
genesis 29:23
0
2
0%
69.5
chode meaning bible
0
2
0%
71
when was jacob renamed israel
0
2
0%
74
genesis 36:9
0
2
0%
74.5
jakob in the bible
0
2
0%
75
joseph prince singing in tongues
0
2
0%
76
"divine word gifts"
0
2
0%
76.5
genesis chapter 9 verse 5
0
2
0%
76.5
genesis 24:35
0
2
0%
77
genesis 35:15
0
2
0%
78
jacob prayer to god
0
2
0%
78.5
what is jacob's brothers name in lost
0
2
0%
78.5
wasteland 3 kill or spare isaac
0
2
0%
79.5
jealous god kjv
0
2
0%
80
jacob's new name
0
2
0%
80.5
genesis 41:5
0
2
0%
81
jacob 1 17
0
2
0%
81
tribe of gad bible verse
0
2
0%
81
when god appears
0
2
0%
81.5
spare the rod spoil the child nkjv
0
2
0%
82
what happens when god changes your name
0
2
0%
82
biblical meaning of jacob
0
2
0%
82.5
genesis 35 1-7
0
2
0%
82.5
ephraim's view centurion
0
2
0%
83.5
gen 26 12
0
2
0%
83.5
genesis 35 32
0
2
0%
83.5
genesis 25:5
0
2
0%
84
jacob seed quotes
0
2
0%
84.5
jacob lost first appearance
0
2
0%
85
why was jacob named israel
0
2
0%
85
did jacob ever see his mother again
0
2
0%
85.5
who encountered god in the bible
0
2
0%
85.5
who was the father of jacob in the bible
0
2
0%
85.5
genesis 31:53
0
2
0%
86
genesis 49:6
0
2
0%
86
i am the god of abraham isaac and jacob verses
0
2
0%
86
who was renamed israel in the bible
0
2
0%
86
genesis 26-29
0
2
0%
86.5
genesis 32:26-28
0
2
0%
87.5
how many times god appeared to abraham
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2
0%
87.5
i'm calling on the god of jacob
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2
0%
88
jacob means israel
0
2
0%
88
genesis 25:29
0
2
0%
88.5
genesis 31 55
0
2
0%
88.5
jacob 4 7
0
2
0%
89
genesis 32:10
0
2
0%
89.5
genesis 35 23-26
0
2
0%
89.5
genesis 28 vs 15
0
2
0%
90.5
god of order bible verse
0
2
0%
90.5
genesis 13:5
0
2
0%
91
genesis 36:31
0
2
0%
91
psalm 35:9 meaning
0
2
0%
91
genesis 35:16-18
0
2
0%
91.5
genesis 35 16-19
0
2
0%
92
is jacob in the bible
0
2
0%
92
jacobs father in bible
0
2
0%
92
what did god promise jacob
0
2
0%
92
why does god change names
0
2
0%
92
book of jacob bible
0
2
0%
92.5
who is god referring to as us in genesis 3:22
0
2
0%
92.5
the mighty one of jacob
0
2
0%
93
david jacobs daily devotional
0
2
0%
93.5
genesis 15 5
0
2
0%
93.5
genesis 49:9
0
2
0%
93.5
what does jacob means in the bible
0
2
0%
93.5
did rebekah ever see jacob again
0
2
0%
94
help meet in the bible kjv
0
2
0%
94
divine encounter in the bible
0
2
0%
94.5
what scripture says study to show thyself approved
0
2
0%
94.5
genesis 9:12-13 meaning
0
2
0%
95
i am the god of abraham isaac and jacob scripture
0
2
0%
95
abraham walked with god bible verse
0
2
0%
95.5
genesis 35 3
0
2
0%
95.5
genesis 5 message
0
2
0%
95.5
is israel and jacob the same person
0
2
0%
95.5
genesis 15 verse 5
0
2
0%
96
god's covenant with jacob
0
2
0%
96
what is the heritage of jacob
0
2
0%
96
why was abraham's name changed
0
2
0%
96
genesis 11:29
0
2
0%
96.5
genesis 35 16
0
2
0%
96.5
genesis 5:15
0
2
0%
96.5
key verse in genesis
0
2
0%
96.5
encounter definition bible
0
2
0%
97
father of jacob bible
0
2
0%
97
genesis 11:15
0
2
0%
97
genesis 5 9
0
2
0%
97.5
jacob on the bible
0
2
0%
97.5
genesis 35-37
0
2
0%
99
jacob vs israel
0
2
0%
99
what does jacob's name mean in the bible
0
2
0%
99
god became man bible verse
0
2
0%
99.5
god of abraham isaac and jacob verse
0
2
0%
99.5
those who bless israel will be blessed verse
0
2
0%
99.5
bible verse about esau and jacob
0
2
0%
100.5
abel mizraim
0
1
0%
1
5 significant information about jacob
0
1
0%
2
abraham isaac and jacob in the bible
0
1
0%
2
bethel bible
0
1
0%
2
bethel in the bible
0
1
0%
2
bethel meaning in telugu
0
1
0%
2
bible character jacob
0
1
0%
2
bible verse about jacob
0
1
0%
2
biblical meaning of encounter
0
1
0%
2
biblical story of jacob
0
1
0%
2
book of jacob
0
1
0%
2
can we see god
0
1
0%
2
characteristics of jacob and esau
0
1
0%
2
dream of jacob
0
1
0%
2
esau and jacob twins
0
1
0%
2
esau in the bible
0
1
0%
2
esau sold his birthright
0
1
0%
2
genesis 28:10-22 meaning
0
1
0%
2
genesis 37 1-36 summary
0
1
0%
2
genesis chapter 35 summary
0
1
0%
2
god faithfulness