March 6, 2023

130. Biblical Dialogue of Esau, Part 1

What does having a call on your life look like? The simple answer to this question is to follow the discussion between Nic Silvanie and Adnie Gaudin, Genesis 25:25, 27-34; 26:34-35; 27:36, 41-45

(ESV Global Study Bible Notes) Esau, whose name means “hairy,” was the son of Isaac and Rebekah and the elder twin brother of Jacob

  • Esau was a skillful hunter and his father’s favorite son, but he brought misery upon his parents 
    • Esau was his father’s favorite son

  • by marrying two Hittite women Gen 26:34-35
    • Esau married women who brought grief to his parents 
    • He also disqualified himself for the blessing and the birthright
  • Esau carelessly sold his birthright to Jacob for a bowl of stew Gen 27:36
    • Esau did not value his birthright
  • Esau tried to kill Jacob.
    • Jacob and Rebeka conspired and stole Esau’s blessing
    • Esau did not appreciate the blessing his father gave him
  • Jacob and Esau were reconciled Gen 27:41-45
    • After Jacob left Laban’s house he humble went back home 
    • Esau receives gifts from Jacob 
  • Esau founded the nation of Edom, which became an enemy of Israel
  • Jacob the chosen one and Esau the one not chosen typify the age-long struggle between the people of God and their adversaries

The way to salvation:

  • Hear: Romans 10:17
  • Believe: Hebrews 11:6
  • Repent: Acts 17:30-31
  • Confess: Matthew 10:32
  • Be Baptized: Mark 16:15-16
  • Be faithful unto death: Revelation 2:10
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