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"And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with him until the breaking of the day" (Genesis).
Have you ever wondered whether the struggle you have made, or are making, to overcome a problem is worth it?
At the time Jacob encountered his foe, he was burdened with a lingering sense of guilt for past actions and fear of his brother Esau, whom he had tricked out of their father's blessing. Jacob may also have felt an overwhelming sense of separation—separation from his family and alienation from God.
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