Two Hearts for Jacob!

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Two Hearts for Jacob!

Jacob was instantly smitten with Rachel, the beautiful younger sister of Leah, and offered to work seven years for her hand in marriage. Only, Jacob discovers the morning after his wedding night that he’s actually married to Leah! Upon confronting Laban, their father, over this deception, Jacob is also given Rachel in marriage as long as he promises to work another seven years for Laban.  But because of the sins of their father, Rachel and Leah will spend their lifetime struggling to gain the affections of their husband.

 There is so very much we can learn from these two, from the effects of envy and unforgiveness to finding unconditional love and acceptance in God alone. Come along with us as we explore the perils and pitfalls of two hearts being given to just one.

  → We will be reading about Rachel and Leah in Genesis 28-35

Our memory verse for this week is Romans 8:28

“And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.

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One thought on “Two Hearts for Jacob!

  1. I have always loved the story of Jacob and Rachel. I’m sure the study will be quite interesting 🙂
    Stopping by from The Alabaster Jar

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