When the second twin emerged from Rebekah's womb, he was holding onto the heel of his brother Esau. Isaac and Rebekah aptly named him Jacob, meaning "heel-grabber." For many years this name would be his destiny, until he was able to let go of a hollow existence and instead grasp his true destiny as a prince among men.
Just like Jacob, we struggle with the quest for significance, often settling for a life never intended for us. But through the teaching of Dr. Mark Chironna, we can learn by Jacob's example to let go of the things that hinder us to become our true selves in Christ. Specific chapter topics include instruction on how to let go of the need to be first, getting ahead of yourself, selling yourself short, the pain of rejection, your unfinished business, and more.
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