If God is almighty why did He wrestle with Joseph(Man)?
As per the Bible in old testament.
Did he wrestle with man, or does man wrestle with God? From what I've read, it always man that wrestles with God. Not a physical wrestle either, but more of a spiritual wrestle. Do we fight against God's will? And sometimes we find ourselves fighting for answers. God doesn't always just give us what we want/need, sometimes we need to work for it. Enos prayed all day and all night to understand God's will for him, and he even called this battle a wrestle "And I will tell you of the wrestle which I had before God, before I received a remission of my sins."
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by Rhonda Elisha 7 years ago
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