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NRSV(with link to Anglicized NRSV) at Oremus Bible Browser.

Hebrew Interlinear Bible, WLCv, WLC5, CHES, AV.

The Bible Gateway: NRSV, RSV, NIV, NASB, CEV, The Message, KJV, etc.

TheBlue Letter Bible. KJV, alternate versions, Hebrew text with concordance, commentaries.

TheWorld Wide Study Bibleincludes commentary, exposition and sermons.

Bereshit 32: Massoretic, Hebrew, Aramaic, JPS.

Historical References, Commentary and Comparative Texts:

: Text/Rabbinic commentary and Divrei Torah.

From theCommentary on the Whole Bible(Jamieson, Fausset and Brown, 1871).

Contemporary References, Commentary and Comparative Texts:

Commentary, Genesis 32:22-31, Amy Merrill Willlis, Preaching This Week,

God does not punish Jacobs conflictive character, but challenges it and reshapes it so that Jacob is able to live into his promised destiny as Israel, which according to verse 29 means one who strives with God and humans.

The Surprise of Grace: Reflections on Genesis 32:22-31,John C. Holbert,

Jacob wrestles with a man is in fact what the text itself says, but that designation may stand in the way of a fuller understanding.

Pulpit Fiction, plus podcast. Reflections of lectionary text, pop culture, current events, etc. Robb Mc Coy and Eric Fistler, 2014.

, celebrating our creative and living God by generating art and architecture resources for congregations and individuals.Art and Faith Mattersfacebook page contains additional resources.

Commentary, Genesis 32:22-31, Corrine Carvalho, Preaching This Week,

The Power of Names,David Lose,

What if we imagine, Working Preacher, that church is a place we can come to each week and bring all our other names with us, confessing them honestly and then leaving them behind, departing the assembly simply as Christians, those who bear the name of Christ and armed with the love, commitment, and courage of the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the God of Israel, the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Jacobs Wrestle,sermon discussion from Frederick Buechner, Frederick Buechner Blog.

Sometimes I cannot believe that I saw it and lived but that I only dreamed I saw it. Sometimes I believe I saw it and that I only dream I live.

Jacob Fights Back,Lia Scholl,

Wouldnt it be easier just to walk away?

Limp,Michael Coffey, 2013.

Not Until You Bless Me,Linda Fabian Pepe,

Commentary, Genesis 32:22-31, (Pentecost 7), Wil Gafney, Preaching This Week,

[Jacob] will never be the same again. Each step he takes is marked by the divine touch.

The Power of a Good Name,David Lose,

So thats what Id like to hear this week, Working Preacher a sermon that invites me to tell the truth about who and what I am and then announces that there is a second truth, bigger and more expansive and far more gracious than Id imagined, a second truth that creates an open future and girds me with the hope and courage to embrace it.

A God Who Will Wrestle with You until Daybreak,Carl Gregg,

Just as Jacob first understood his wrestling partner to be human and not divine, today we find that God is often elusive.

Commentary, Genesis 32:22-31, Sara Koenig, Preaching This Week,

The story of Jacobs wrestling with the angel provides an embarrassment of riches for homiletical possibilities.

Commentary, Genesis 32:22-31, Kathryn Schifferdecker, Preaching This Week,

The story in Genesis 32 about the wrestling match between Jacob and God is one of the key texts for understanding the character of Jacob.

Pentecost 12, Commentary, Background, Insights from Literary Structure, Theological Message, Ways to Present the Text. Anna Grant-Henderson, Uniting Church in Australia.

Gen 32 needs to be taken as a whole with its theophany (vv.1-2), prayer for deliverance (vv.9-12) and encounter with God (vv.24-31).

The Old Testament Readings: Genesis 32:22-31. Weekly Comments on the Revised Common Lectionary, Theological Hall of the Uniting Church, Melbourne, Australia.

This is a strange story. Who wins this nocturnal wrestle, Jacob or the opponent?

Dark Struggles, Divine Blessings: Jacob at the River Jabbok,

The Journey with Jesus: Notes to Myself, Daniel B. Clendenin, Journey with Jesus Foundation, 2008.

Jacobs struggle at Jabbok reminds us of this truth, that God is so very good, but He is not safe. We may well struggle with Him through the night, but by daybreak He only intends to bless us.

Comments(commentary) andClippings(technical notes for in-depth study), Chris Haslam, Anglican Diocese of Montreal.

Wrestling at the Jabbok,Rev. Kirsten Abbott, text, context, genre, structure, commentary, interpretations and reflections.

Genesis 32:22-31, Studies on Old Testament texts from Series C, Ralph W. Klein, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago.

Desert Scribblings, Genesis 32:22-31, Geoff McElroy.

Two figures, Jacob and the man, enter into conflict but neither walks away a true victor. There is ambiguity, almost ambivalence, in the outcome.

An Exegetical Commentary of the Common Lectionary: Genesis 32:22-31.Rough Translation, Disposition, Immediate Context, Broader Context, Hermeneutical Bridge and Contemporary Address from the Biblical Department of

God blesses us - i.e. gives us peace with which to face/wrestle with all challenges, all pressures, all stresses, all tensions. They are there and so is God.

Parshah Vayishlach, text, commentary, stories, sermons & articles from Chassidic Masters and others, from

Parshas Vayishlach, Divrei Torah from

Torah Study. Index to numerous Orthodox articles and studies on Genesis 32:4 - 36:43.

Parshat Vayishlach, articles and commentary by the Jewish Community of Atlanta, atThe Torah From Dixie.

How To Win With God and Men,from theBiblical Studies Foundation.

Vital faith need not be idle faith.

God Wrestling,program highlights, discussion & reflection questions and more from the Bill Moyers PBS series

Faith is what you do between the last time you experienced God and the next time you experience God.

How We Imagine God Matters,Marcus Borg.

Its normal to personify God in worship and devotion. But we shouldnt take these personifications literally.

from ATLAS, an online collection of religion and theology journals, are linked below.ATLAS Access optionsare available for academic institutions, alumni of selected theological schools, and clergy/church offices.Annotated list of starting place articles at ATLASfor this weeks texts (includes direct links).

Akinade, Akintunde E., On Sacred Trust: Covenant from an African Perspective,

EBSCO ATLASerials, Religion Collection

EBSCO ATLASerials, Religion Collection

EBSCO ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials

Crsemann, Frank, Dominion, Guilt, and Reconciliation: The Contribution of the Jacob Narrative in Genesis to Political Ethics,

EBSCO ATLASerials, Religion Collection

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Eslinger, Lyle M., Hosea 12:5a and Genesis 32:29: A Study in Inner Biblical Exegesis,

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament

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EBSCO ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials

Frolov, Serge, The Other Side of the Jabbok: Genesis 32 as a Fiasco of Patriarchy,

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament

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Hatzopoulos, Athanasios, The Struggle for a Blessing, Reflections on Genesis 32:24-31,

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Holmgren, Fredrick C., Holding Your Own Against God! Genesis 32:22-32 (In the Cotext of Genesis 31-33),

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EBSCO ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials

Klein, Ralph W., Celebrating and Sharing the Gift: Reflections on Jacob, Israels Ancestor,

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Knight, Henry F., Meeting Jacob at the Jabbok: Wrestling with a Text -- A Midrash on Genesis 32:22-32,

EBSCO ATLASerials, Religion Collection

EBSCO ATLA Religion Database with ATLASerials

Kolb, Robert, Homiletical Helps on the LW Series C - Old Testament,

, 2007. (Section on this text begins on p. 320)

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Matthews, Victor H. and Frances Mims, Jacob the Trickster and Heir of the Covenant: A Literary Interpretation,

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McKay, Heather A., Jacob Makes It Across the Jabbok: An Attempt to Solve the Success/Failure Ambivalence in Israels Self-consciousness,

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament

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Smith, S.H., Heel and Thigh: The Concept of Sexuality in the Jacob-Esau Narratives,

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Vonck, Pol, The Crippling Victor: The Story of Jacobs Struggle at the River Jabbok,

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Wessner, Mark D., Toward a Literary Understanding of Face to Face in Genesis 32:23-32,

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Williams, James G., The Comedy of Jacob: A Literary Study,

Journal of the American Academy of Religion

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Limping and Praising,Richard Hays,

Lifes Turning Points,the Rev. Dr. Jimmy Allen,

Wrestling with God,Pastor Edward F. Marquart, Grace Lutheran Church, Seattle, Washington.

Worshiping with Children, Including children in the congregations worship, using the Revised Common Lectionary, Carolyn C. Brown, 2014.2011.

Storypath Lectionary Links: Connecting Childrens Literature with our Faith Story,August 3, 2014, Union Presbyterian Seminary. Genesis 32:22-31 and

by Duncan Tonatluh, Matthew 14:13-21 and

Jacob, Father of Israel,

Illustrating the Story (lessons, childrens sermons), coloring pages, activity sheets, crafts, childrens songs. MSSS Crafts.

Jacob Fathers the Twelve Tribes of Israel,Sunday School Lessons: Family Bible Study, art projects, music, stories, etc.

Your Name Shall Be Israel,childrens study, puzzles, coloring sheet, etc. Higher Praise Christian Center.

: Jacob Wrestles with Angel, Julius Schnoor von Carolsfeld woodcuts, World Mission Collection, Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.

Hymnary.org, hymns, scores, media, information.

Bring many names, beautiful and good

Eternal Lord of love, behold your Church

Here, O my Lord, I see thee face to face

Hymns, midi files, scores at Blue Letter Bible/Cyber Hymnal:

Come, O Thou Traveler Unknown(Genesis 32:24)

Lord, I Cannot Let Thee Go(Genesis 32:26)

My God, I Know, I Feel Thee Mine(Genesis 32:26)

Movies scenes with the following themes, listed at The Text This Weeks Movie Concordance:

Literature and Literary References:

For Jacob Four Months in the Womb,poetry by Susan Hahn,

FESTIVALS/SPECIAL DAYS (includes Creation)

FOR USE IN TIMES OF NATURAL DISASTER

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