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Jacob at Peniel

03 May 2019  
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And he said, Let me go, for the day breaketh. And he said, I will not let thee go, except thou bless me. Genesis 32.26

‘The light of the day is an emblem of truth and purity, of joy and heaven, and of God Himself. The darkness of the night appears to be an unpleasant contrast. Yet at night we often seek repose from the weary activities of the day. Besides, the night is a favourable time for reflection and being alone with God.’

This short devotional article by the late Rev G. Hamstra first appeared in the Quarterly Record magazine in 2017. To read it, please click here to go the magazine


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