Jacob: The Sower and Reaper
Jacob was the father of the twelve tribes of Israel. He lived a very checkered life. His evil especially illustrates the sowing and reaping principle. Faith and flesh, seen in his names of Jacob and Israel, vied in him for the preeminence, but to his credit, Jacob finished well. Faith prevailed in the end.
The Butler Biography Series exemplifies a clear writing style that is thoroughly researched, uncovering Biblical truth through the exploration of key biblical personalities. This is a practical tool whether it's used for personal study. The series helps you see real Bible characters as they live out their lives, is presented in a unique commentary style with detailed verse by verse exposition and outlines and sermon points are alliterated.
Butler, John G., "Jacob: The Sower and Reaper" (1999). Alumni Book Gallery. 245.