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Jacob and Trump’s Shoulda Coulda Woulda Phenomenon

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Hello, everyone, this is the Grover Weaver Ministries’ online Sunday School class for the week of November 18, 2018. This week’s lesson from the International School curriculum is Genesis 28:10-22, Jacob sees in a dream angels ascending and descending from a ladder set up on the earth with the top of it reached to heaven. He saw Christianity, Y'all, well before Peter spoke it in faith to Jesus in Matthew 16:16.

Welcome to the class, the lesson is about a dream Jacob had after Rebekah and he scammed his father, Isaac to get the family blessing from Esau, the night he fled from their home in Beersheba.

The scriptures do not tell us what was on his mind as he sought safety from his brother Esau, at his uncle Laban's house in a faraway land. I can only imagine the things he was thinking as he made tracks down a path less travel by him and alone.

We have a “Genesis 28:10, Jacob”, running scared in the dark of night, rattled by the ‘’coulda shoulda woulda phenomenon of his decisions to become the ‘’Genesis 25: 23, Jacob’’ of his mother’s dream. ...

We have said it before from this platform there is no evidence that Donald Trump has ever accepted Jesus as his personal savior nor has he made a vow to worship the Lord, he has never sought forgiven for anything. The closest he came in showing regret for anything he may or may not have done is in an interview by Fox News by Chris Wallace, to be broadcast this weekend, where he said he “shoulda” visited Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day and he woulda if he was not so busy making calls on Veterans Day to honor the fallen ones. This is your ‘’god’’ Conservative Christians who invited the Evangelical leaders to the White House in the Summer of 2018 for pray and praise and a dinner that really was nothing but a political rally at the taxpayer's expense.

 

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