Over the last several months we have engaged in a study on the life of Jacob, and throughout it all we have seen that Jacob's life is a life of constant struggle. He is experiencing conflict everywhere he turns: first with his brother Esau, then his Uncle Laban, then his wives Leah and Rachel and his children. But behind all these external conflicts we see that the real struggle ultimately is a struggle with God. Now that Jacob faces imminent death, what have we learned from our survey of his life?