In the dark of night, a man named Jacob was left alone with God. He came from a family of faith and dysfunction. He carried stories of a faithful God and memories of a father who’d overtly favored his twin brother. Jacob lived a life of deceit and despair, often mingled with an undertone of holy that might leave the audiences of Genesis a little perplexed. But here, on this night, all his scheming and all his toiling gave way to darkness. “Jacob was left alone, and a man wrestled with him until daybreak” (Genesis 32:24). The man was God Himself.

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