King Jesus in Genesis

God continues to pencil in his sketch of redemption through the pen of Moses. In Genesis 49, we read Jacob’s farewell address to his sons. These final words serve as a blessing and a prophecy. In verse 10, something remarkable happens. Judah, his fourth-born, will be the first. It will be from his line that Israel will have a king. We know that the King is ultimately Jesus-not only of Judah and Israel–but of the whole world! Pastor Adam helps us consider this small but crucial verse and why it’s vital for us today.

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