There are three great “crossings” in the Bible, but only two are well known. The first is the crossing of the Red Sea (Exodus 14). The second great “crossing” in the Bible is the River Jordan (Joshua 3).
But there is a third “crossing” that is unlike the other two: the Jabbok crossing. Jabbok was a small isolated river and a lonely place, a place that Jacob had to cross all alone.
Have you ever found yourself alone at Jabbok? . . .