​Breaking the Esau Code
Genesis 27:40 “By your sword you shall live, And you shall serve your brother; And it shall come to pass, when you become restless, That you shall break his yoke from your neck.”(NKJV)
The third thing Isaac told Esau to do to become great was to become ‘restless’. Isaac said once he became restless he would break his brother’s yoke from off his own neck.
This principle is what I call restlessness. Isaac advised his son Esau that if he wanted to amount to anything significant in life and do as well as his brother, then he must combine these three principles. 
Let us consider this third principle. Restlessness simple means to be without rest; unable to be still or quiet; uneasy or  continually moving. It also talks about not satisfied to be at rest or in peace; averse to repose; eager for change; discontented or uncomfortable.
I love the statement “eager for change” and ‘discontented’. That’s one of the best advices Isaac gave to his son. I have since made that one of my watch words.
Friend, one of the major enemies of progress in life is comfort and resistance to change. A wise man said the enemy of your future success is your current success. The major issue however is that once you choose to relax at a comfort zone you stop yourself from the next big conquest.
Many people in life have achieved some semblance of success and have chosen to remain there. The danger here is that anytime we achieve something significant, people gather to celebrate with us, which of course is a good thing, but which can easily trap us.
Human praise is very deceptive. You see a man that God wanted to conquer a continent conquer a state within a country and he starts feeling on top of the world. You see him idolise himself and people start to hero worship him, while God watches in utter disbelief.
To be continued…
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