Jacob is allowed to go on about his business without any retaliation from Esau. The brothers embraced and wept. Esau offered his brother company and protection, but all Jacob wanted was to find favor in the eyes of Esau. With that, the brothers parted ways and Jacob went on to Sukkoth (Succoth).
|At times, we will simply need to find favor|
How many of us need to find our own Sukkoth? I’m talking about a definitive place to go and find shelter. I mean a place where the slings and arrows of the enemy do not penetrate its borders. I mean a place of both safety and serenity, where we can simply be at peace. Even if it is only for a moment, we need to discover where we might find our own Sukkoth.
Today you can start on your journey and seek out Sukkoth. Truly, this can be the embarking of an endeavor to discover that place for yourself. Perhaps, like many of us, you need to hear from the Good Shepherd in order to know which way to go. Listen and discern. His voice beckons you. Will you be at peace with Him?