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Yet Leah was eclipsed by her younger sister, Rachel, who was "lovely in form and beautiful." Unfortunately, Leah's future husband, Jacob, had eyes only for Rachel. At this point in the story, most people sympathize with left-out Rachel. Meanwhile Leah was yoked to a man who didn't choose her, love her, or want her. For all the hurting Leahs among us—those of us who are ignored by the men in our life, who feel unloved by a father, boyfriend, husband, or son—here's a word of hope: You are indeed loved, and your suffering hasn't gone unnoticed. In her book Running on Empty, Jill Briscoe admits, "The hardest thing to believe when you are suffering rejection is that anyone is noticing you at all." Yet God noticed Leah. And he took away her pain as only he could: "He opened her womb, but Rachel was barren" (Genesis ). A few years later, God opened Rachel's womb as well.He worked for his uncle seven years in return for Rachel's hand in marriage, yet when the wedding night came, Jacob was so blinded by love he didn't notice the bride sharing his bed wasn't Rachel. But first the Lord showed Leah she had value in her society and was indeed loved—if not by her father or by Jacob, then surely by her heavenly Father.Did He look different from the rest of the Jews or was He no different from those of His day?I believe that we will be shocked on the day that we see Jesus Christ.This is the second death." Revelation 21:8 (NIV)"In a similar way, Sodom and Gomorrah and the surrounding towns gave themselves up to sexual immorality and perversion.They serve as an example to those who suffer the punishment of eternal fire." Jude v.Here is a subject little known to many if not all women and also something many of you will hate to read, and hate me for saying, because it comes with the conviction of the Lord.
But after the birth of each son, not a word was heard from Jacob.
While God was there "in the beginning," Genesis also testifies to the beginnings of God's activity in the world. And, given the divine commitment to the creation, God will never be the same again.
God creates a good and imaginative world, but does not leave it to cope on its own.
Hopefully you will see Him on the day of His return as your Savior and not as your Judge, but we’ll discuss that later but right now we are asking if Jesus had long hair.
The Bible is silent on the length of His hair but there is no reason to believe that He had the long, flowing locks of hair that the movies portrayed Him as having or the thousands of pictures that display Him with long hair. In fact Paul knew that it was customarily a shame for a man to have long hair (1 Cor ) and knowing that Jesus was a carpenter, having long hair would have gotten in the way of His work.