The Royal Line of Salvation (Part 8)


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Gustave Doré Jacob Tending the Flocks of Laban The Royal Line of Salvation

Jacob Tending the Flocks of Laban (Doré, Gustave). Click image to enlarge.

“…Thy name shall be called no more Jacob, but Israel: for as a prince hast thou power with God and with men, and hast prevailed.” (Gen 32:28)

Jacob’s story is epic: He begins his tale as the twin who “stole” the birthright and was alienated from his brother, the youngster who dreamt of a stairway to heaven and was besotted by his future wife, the strong willed young man who wrestled with God and was reconciled back to his sibling, the elderly Patriarch who endured hardship and drought and who died in Egypt.

This series attempts to answer the question, “Present a “Royal Line of Salvation” throughout the Old and New Testament. Start at Genesis 3:15 passing through Isaiah 9:6 and ending at John 3:16. Join together at least twenty verses outlining the salvation story.” by giving a chronological account of the genealogy of Christ recorded in Luke 3.

Want to hear the verse in context? Luke 3
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