I was looking at a number of commentaries regarding different exegetical opinion on certain passages. My hope was to improve the manuscript of my book further by adding on to it. So, I was looking at the very old commentary by H.C. Leupold on Genesis, particularly Genesis 44. In this text, Judah offers himself as a subsitute for Benjamin. What does Leupold say about it: don't use this text for a sermon, it's no good for sermons.
Are you serious? I mean, Jesus' ancestor offers himself as a substitute for another, and you say you can't find anything to preach on in this. Seriously?