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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